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Friday 22nd May: What sport is on?

| 21.05.2020

There’s plenty more sport on the way this Friday, including Football, Racing from France and the USA plus, Golf, Cricket, Darts and more.

Here’s your one-stop guide to Friday’s sporting line-up…


Oh yes, Friday night football is back! And it’s got a hipster twist as Hertha Berlin host city rivals Union in the Berlin derby!

Hertha are the favourites at 13/10, with Union (still in their first ever Bundesliga campaign) at 21/10. Just one point separates these two in the table, and a draw can be found at 23/10.

Vedad Ibisevic netted in Hertha’s 3-0 win over Hoffenheim last week, and is 5/1 to net the opener.

Friday’s football gets underway before that though, with Pohang Steelers (5/4) versus FC Seoul (9/4) in the K-League at 11.30. We’ve also put together a preview of this weekend’s K-League fixtures.

There’s also a pair of Belarusian Premier League matches with Slavia Mozyr (10/11) versus Gorodeya (29/10) at 16:00 and Shakhter Soligorsk (2/9) against Belshina Bobruisk (11/1) at 18:00.


We’ve got four cards on the way across the Channel, with Vichy (10:15) and Dieppe (10:30) getting France’s Friday racing up and running.

They’re followed by afternoon cards at Laval (15:23) and Mauquenchy (15:40).

That overlaps with the start of the American action, with Tampa Bay Downs and Gulfstream Park underway at 17:35 and 17:45 respectively.

Santa Anita (20:30) and Golden Gate Fields (20:45) continue the evening meetings, with action early into Saturday morning from Charles Town (01:01) and Remington Park (01:18).

Early birds can enjoy another smattering of Australian racing on Friday morning, with cards including Gold Coast (02:42), Canberra (03:30) and a more UK-friendly Cranborne (08:30).


Fallon Sherrock is in action in Friday’s Modus Icons of Darts schedule, which begins at 10:30.

Further oche action comes from the ISo Darts Challenge in Australia from 08:00, with evening arrows from the Czech Premier League.


There’s more from the Alta Mesa and TPC Champions Classic tournaments.


The Vincy T10 Premier League gets underway on Friday, on the small Caribbean island of St. Vincent.

We’ll have three matches on the way, starting with Grenadines Divers (Evens) versus Salt Pond Breakers (4/5) at 13:30, with further games at 15:30 and 17:30.


And of course there’s more Esports action, including plenty of contests in the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and DOTA 2 divisions.

Endpoint (4/7) take on SKADE (5/4) in the CS:GO Home Sweet Home Cup at 09:50, and that’s followed at 11:20 by Heroic (2/5) against Winstrike (7/4).

View the latest sports odds.

All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.




Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.