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Tuesday 12th May: What sport is on?

| 11.05.2020

There’s plenty more sport on the way this Tuesday, including racing from France, the USA, Australia and Asia, plus another helping of Darts.

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


After returning on Monday, French racing continues with cards at Saint-Cloud and Cherbourg getting us underway at 10:10 and 10:55 respectively.

They’re joined by Vincennes from 15:25 and Marseille from 16:10.  

The racing from Marseille overlaps the first of Tuesday evening’s American cards from Will Rogers Downs, which gets underway at 19:15. Fonner Park is up and running from 22:00 and runs until the early hours of Wednesday.

And trotting fans can enjoy a number of cards in Scandinavia, including Axevalla from 16:20.


There’s plenty of recognisable faces in Tuesday’s Modus Icons of Darts schedule, which begins at 10:30.

Former BDO world champion Scott Mitchell will be on the oche, as will Arron Monk, Darryl Fitton and Paul Nicholson.

And there should be more evening arrows from the PDC Home Tour, with Group 26 scheduled to go ahead.


The Scottsdale AZ Open begins at the Talking Stick Golf Club, with Joel Dahmen headlining the field.

Dahmen has posted two top-five finishes in recent PGA Tour evets, boasts a victory in this tournament back in 2017 and is the 11/2 favourite.

Matt Picanso is looking for his fourth successive victory, however, and is a 14/1 shot.


There’s more Counter-Strike: Global Offensive action on the way, including Fnatic (1/4) versus Movistar Riders (11/4) at 15:30 and ENCE (2/5) against Copenhagen Flames (7/4) at 19:00 in the Road to Rio league.

We’ve also got contests in the CS:GO Home Sweet Home Cup and ESL Benelux Championship, plus Cyber Cup Europe and CDL-DPA Pro League DOTA contests.

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.