Sporting Year 2019 Quiz: Test your smarts on the 12 months ahead

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It promises to be a spectacular 12 months of sport with some fantastic betting opportunities on the Betfair Sportsbook and Exchange, so why not whet your appetite by attempting our Play Smart 2019 quiz?

From the PDC World Darts Championship Final on New Year's Day - won just last week by Michael van Gerwen - through to some fantastic horse racing over the festive season, 2019 is jam-packed with sporting highlights, starting next week with the Australian Open, the first grand slam of the tennis season.

We also have a quartet of World Cups - cricket, rugby, netball, and women's football - to look forward to, plus an eagerly awaited Ashes series and the Athletics World Championships in addition to the usual yearly highlights in various sports.

Try our quiz below to test your sporting knowledge. We have 12 multiple choice questions - a relevant one for each month of the year - compiled by our very own Mike Norman. Take your time, and no cheating.

And don't forget to tweet your final score to @Betfair... if you get enough correct answers that is!

Question 1 of 12

January - How many complete sets of tennis did Roger Federer play to reach last year's Australian Open final?

Question 2 of 12

February - Who holds the record for the most points scored in Six Nations Championship history?

Question 3 of 12

March - Can you name the reigning Cheltenham Gold Cup-winning jockey?

Question 4 of 12

April - Augusta National's famous Amen Corner is a stretch of which three holes?

Question 5 of 12

May - Who scored the last ever Premier League goal for Man Utd under the management of Sir Alex Ferguson?

Question 6 of 12

June - Three of Royal Ascot's 30 races are over a distance of two miles and beyond. Which race is the furthest?

Question 7 of 12

July - Helen Housby scored a dramatic late penalty throw to secure Commonwealth Gold in 2018. What was the final score against Australia?

Question 8 of 12

August - We all remember England winning the last Ashes series on home soil but do you remember the series score?

Question 9 of 12

September - Who did New Zealand defeat 29-9 in the inaugural Rugby World Cup final in 1987?

Question 10 of 12

October: Which nation holds the record for the most games won in European Championship qualifying?

Question 11 of 12

November - Ronnie O'Sullivan will be back to defend his UK Championship crown, but who did he beat to win his first UK title in 1993?

Question 12 of 12

December: What landmark race will the Chinese Grand Prix host this season?

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