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Friday 24th April – What Sport is on?

| 23.04.2020

The weekend is right around the corner and we’ve got another busy day of sport on Friday with Horse Racing, Darts, Football and more!

Let’s see what’s happening on Friday 24th April…

Horse Racing

Get started with race meetings around the world from the early hours into the late evening from USA, Australia, Japan and Scandinavia.

The pick of the racing comes from Gulfstream and Oaklawn Park with ten race cards each respectively on Friday night from 18:00 in America. They’re joined by cards at Remington and Tampa Bay.

Friday afternoon takes us to Scandinavia with meetings at Charlottenlund in Denmark starting at 14:45, plus meets from Aby and Bollnas in Sweden.

Enjoy five meetings in Australia, including Weribee, Cranbourne and Port Macquarie. Plus, a bumper 12-race card from Nagoya and Urawa in Japan all before breakfast time.


Fancy some Friday night football? If so, a double header of Belarusian Vysshaya League action is in store.

Wigwam Smolevichy are still searching for their first win of the season and are 3/1 to beat Dinamo Minsk. Twelfth-placed Dinamo are 10/11 favourites with a draw 19/10 odds.

Neman Grodno v Energetik BGU kicks off at 19:00 with the hosts 27/20 favourites against the fifth placed side who are 2/1 with a draw available at 9/5.

There is also Juventus Managwa U20 v Art Jalapa U20 in the Nicaraguan Youth League in the early hours with the home side 4/9 to record a win.


The PDC Home Tour continues with six matches on Friday between Jonny Clayton, Adam Hunt, Richard North and David Pallet.

Jonny Clayton v Adam Hunt is first on the ochy at 19:30. Clayton is 1/2 favourite to win the opening game of the night before his final match against Pallet who is 13/8 outsider.


There’s plenty of eSports on Friday too. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ESL One: Road To Rio league has eight matches, including RED Canids v Imperial e Sports and Orgless v Cloud9.

Enjoy six matches from the League of Legends European Masters League too with ESuba v Energypot Wizards the pick of the ties. The hosts are narrow 8/11 favourites to beat the 1/1 Wizards.

We’ll also have action from three Dota league action, including the WePlay! Pushka League, BTS Americas and China DOTA2 Professional League. Plus, Call of Duty League between London Royal Ravens Atlanta FaZe.

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