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Wednesday 22nd April: What sport is on?

| 21.04.2020

There’s a busy schedule of action around the globe on Wednesday, with racing, darts and football from Tajikistan flying the flag.

And we’ve rounded it all up here…

International Racing

The racing keeps going and for you early birds out there we’ve got a five-fold of action from Australia.

It all starts from Doomben from 2:23am before heading to the likes of Mount Gambler, Darwin and Ascot.

Elsewhere, you can find a trio of racing from the USA, as Fonner Park, Tampa Bay Downs and Will Rogers Downs take centre stage in the evening.

Alternatively, if you fancy taking on the Scandi’s then there’s trotting from Bergsaker and racing from Solvalla too.


If you want your football fix then take a trip to the Tajikistan Vyschaya League. The season is just two games in, with fourth placed Kuktosh9/2taking on seventh position FK Khujand.

The away side are1/2 to score victory which would see them leapfrog their opponents. The draw sits at 3/1 which would see the pair remain in mid-table.


Darts is alive and kicking with the PDC Darts at Home Tour as James Wade opens the night against Adrian Gray.

The Machine is2/7to win with Gray at 5/2. While Ryan Searle (1/2) takes on Andy Boulton (3/2) as part of their round-robin tournament.

We’ve also got more from the Modus Icons of Darts throughout the afternoon, plus another Night at the Darts from 18:00 featuring BDO stalwart Martin Adams.

There’s also five games in theCzech Premier League including Michael Ondo (11/8) to beat David Pisek (8/15), and evening arrows from the Remote Darts League from 21:30.


League of Legends European Masters has a lively clutch of matches from 17:00 as Movistar Riders (2/1) take on FC Schalke 04 Evolution at 4/11.

While from 21:00 Vodafone Giants.Spain at 4/9 play LDLC OL who are 13/8 to win.

CS:GO ESL Meisterschaft is on, as well as the ESL One: Road to Rio.

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Charlie Dear

Charlie has covered sport for the likes of The Guardian, Football365 and FourFourTwo. Arsenal sufferer. German football enthusiast.