Thursday 30th April: What sport is on?
Want some sport to sink your teeth into? We’ve put together a full guide of what to check out this Thursday.
There’s also six meetings to look out for in Australia, including an08:00start at Pakenham, or for you night owls out there, a 03:35 meet at Wagga.
Elsewhere, there’s moref international cards from the likes of Kasamatsu, Boden and Bergsaker.
The Nicaraguan Primera Division has a double header of fixtures in the very early hours. There’s a potential humdinger in the Tourneo de Clausura second-leg as Diriangen travel to Real Esteli from 2am.
A win at 11/2 could see the visitors go through, but Esteli are 8/13 to build on their 1-0 first-leg advantage with a victory.
And then from 3am, after a 0-0 draw in the first-leg, Managua FC entertain current league leaders CD Walter Ferretti who are 9/2 to triumph.
Night 14 of the PDC Home Tour sees another four hopefuls take to the oche for their round robin tournament. Chris Dobey (2/9) opens up against Ciaran Teehan at 3/1.
This is followed by an even looking encounter between Ron Meulenkamp (5/6) versus Kai Fan Leung also 5/6.
KK Limbhasut will be hard to catch after an opening course record 61 left him three strokes clear of the pack at The GCU Championship.
We will be covering the last round in play and have our usual 2 and 3-ball markets. You can catch the leaders teeing off from 15:30.
The Armenian Cup continues with three matches starting at 07:00.
We will also have betting on the Six Red Spring Cup, with the first set of round robin matches scheduled to get underway from 13:00. We will have pre-match betting available on each match.
From midday there’s some DOTA WePlay! Pushka League action as Alliance at 4/11 take on OG. Seed (2/1), whilst Team Secret (1/7) face (9/2) Team Liquid from three. The day is rounded off by Natus Vincere playing Virtus.Pro.
The CS:GO Svenska Elitserien gets underway from 19:00 with Lilmix (8/13) duelling 6/5 fightclub.
Afterwards there’s 4/1 shots Madvillainy vs the 1/6 favourites Sons of Lennart.
You can also cast your eyes over more Counter-Strike and League of Legends from the European Masters.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.