Tiger Woods: What's in the bag for coronavirus relief match

Tiger Woods What's in the bag for coronavirus relief match

Tiger Woods: What's in the bag for coronavirus relief match

Golf fans in the United Kingdom wishing to watch Tiger Woods take on Phil Mickelson in this Sunday's Covid-19 relief match will have to go to an unfashionable channel when it comes to live sport.

The pair will face each other in Florida on Sunday along with National Football League stars Tom Brady and Peyton Manning in another step towards the return of live sport.

This will be a follow up to their clash in November 2018 as Woods, Mickelson and National Football League quarterbacks gear up to raise funds for the COVID-19 pandemic relief work when they face off at The Match: Champions for Charity on Sunday.

The event will raise money for Covid-19 relief efforts in the United States.

Caesars Sportsbook opened Tiger and Manning as the -175 favorites over Mickelson and Brady (+155) on May 11.

Mickelson showed off his "The Match" trophy during a live video call between the four competitors and Woods responded by putting on his green jacket from his 2019 Masters triumph.

Brady recently left the New England Patriots for Tampa Bay. Turner Sports and Milwaukee Brewers play-by-play broadcaster Brian Anderson is getting back into the booth for The Match, Champions for Charity.

Manning won a Super Bowl with the Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos during his National Football League career.

The action is available to United Kingdom viewers on CNN International from 8pm on Sunday.

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