Saturday 25th April: What sport is on?
There’s Football, International Racing and more on the way this weekend.
Here’s your one-stop guide to this weekend’s sport…
The weekend racing gets underway early with a heap of cards in Australia, including Flemington, Bathurst, Dolby, Ascot and Pioneer Park.
We’ve got a number of meetings over in Asia too, including Tokyo, Kyoto, Fukushima, Saga and Kochi.
Then it’s off to the USA for cards at Remington Park from midnight and Los Alamitos from 02:00 on Sunday morning.
There’s more from the Belarusian Vysshaya League, with three games on Saturday and three on Sunday.
The pick of Saturday’s trio is Gorodeya versus BATE. The visitors are 8/15 favourites, but Gorodeya have won three on the spin, and are priced up at 5/1 for another three points.
We’ve also got a pair of games in Tajikistan, including Faizkand (4/5) versus Istaravshan (13/5) at 12:30.
We’ve got another busy day on the oche with more from the Modus Icons of Darts, a Night at the Darts, the Remote Darts League and the PDC Darts at Home Tour.
Former World Championship finalist Michael Smith takes centre-stage on Saturday night in the PDC’s Home Tour.
Bully Boy heads up Group 9, alongside Harry Ward, Matt Clark and Dutchman Martjin Kleermaker.
Nathan Aspinall is the big name in Sunday’s Group 10, with the Asp joined in a quartet by Ryan Joyce, Simon Stevenson and Steve Brown.
There’s plenty more Esports on the way this weekend, especially from the DOTA and League of Legends divisions.
There’s a number of League of Legends games to enjoy, including contests in the LOL Legends Pro League and Legends Championship Korea.
That’s in addition to five clashes in the Overwatch League and six contests in the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ESL One: Road to Rio League.
Formula E’s new Race at Home Eseries gets underway this weekend, with a race around a virtual Hong Kong waterfront.
Run in a ‘Race Royale’ format, the driver in last place will be eliminated on every lap, until after 12 laps, the final 12 drivers compete with two flying laps for the points-scoring positions.
The tournament will run for eight weeks, with Max Gunther and Stoffel Vandoorne joint 9/2 favourites to win the championship.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.