Thursday 16th April: What sport is on?
The sport keeps moving with the Belarusian footy showing no signs of slowing down. And with a busy Horse Racing schedule and Esports, there’s plenty to sink your teeth into…
Taking a trip Stateside once again with cards at Remington Park and 11 races from Gulfstream.
Looking across the globe there’s half a dozen races from Australia starting from 3:47am at Cairns, as well as meetings from Pakenham, Goulburn and Wyong.
There’s also a full stable of action from Japan as well as Orebro, Sonoda and Aby in Sweden.
The Belarusian Premier League has a duo of matches starting with second place Energetik-BGU hosting ninth position Gorodeya.The home side are the 3/4 favourites, with the visitors at 7/2 to cause a shock.
That’s followed by Dinamo Minsk at 3/4 to beat Nemen (4/1).
Or if you fancy an early wake up call then there’s four Nicaraguan Primera League games from midnight including top spot Managua FC at 1/2 to dispose of fifth place CD Jalapa.
The Modus Icons of Darts tournament continues, with Jason Askew taking on Paul Nicholson from 11:00am – both men start at 5/6 for victory.
There’ll be more action from the Modus A Night at the Darts tournament in the evening too, where David Evans will hope to maintain the strong start he made to the campaign over the first two evenings.
Round five of the Czech Premier League takes place too, with five matches taking place from 19:00 including the hot hand of Adam Gawlas taking on Alexander Masek at 20:00.
The virtual world continues to turn with the Counter-Strike Home Sweet Home Cup. There’s AGO Gaming (8/15) to beat (11/5) SMASH.
You can also find DOTA 2 action with Cloud 9 (6/1) vs 1/10 favourites Evil Geniuses.
Elsewhere, there’s a raft of League of Legends from the Pro League and the Challenger series in Korea.
The Armenian Snooker Championship continues on Thursday morning and will be traded live with three matches starting from 07.00.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.