Friday 3rd April: What sport is on?
There’s Football, International Racing and more on the way this Friday.
Here’s your one-stop guide to Friday’s sport…
The racing continues Stateside with a trio of cards on Friday night.
Tampa Bay Downs gets us up and running at 17:24 with the first of nine races. Gulfstream gets a nine-race meet underway at 18:00, with another nine contests from Remington Park following on.
There’s also a number of cards overnight into Friday morning from Australia, including Tamworth and Gold Coast.
Before all that, there are several daytime meetings from Sweden, including Kalmar and Solvalla.
And in Asia we’ve got racing from Funabasha and Katamatsu in Japan, plus Kranji in Singapore.
There’s more from the Belarusian Vysshaya League, with two matches on Friday.
Belshina Bobruisk are 27/20 for a much-needed win at home to bottom side and 2/1 shots Gorodeya at 15:00.
That’s followed at 17:00 by Dinamo Minsk (23/20) versus Zhodino (23/10). You can check out our dedicated preview for both fixtures here.
The Taiwan SBL continues, starting with Taiwan Bank v Yulon Luxgen Dinos at 10:00. The hosts are the underdogs at 15/8, up against their 7/20 opponents.
At 12:00, Pauian are 1/7 for a home win over 4/1 shots Jeoutai Basketball.
The NBA 2K players tournament starts and it includes top seeds Kevin Durant of the Brooklyn Nets and Trae Young of the Atlanta Hawks.
They’ll compete in a single-elimination, player-only tournament on Xbox One and the winner will be crowned the ultimate NBA 2K20 champion.
Tournament coverage begins with a match-up between Derrick Jones Jr and Kevin Durant who will each play as one of their selected teams.
The eWBSS’ Middleweight Legends tournament continues, with the first semi-final clash.
The Armenian Snooker Cup continues, with a number of matches on the baize throughout the day.
We’ve got plenty of League of Legends contests, including the Legends Champions in Korea.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive fans can enjoy the ESEA Advanced Europe contests, while there’s also Rainbow Six, DOTA and StarCraft II clashes too.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.