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Tuesday 28th April – What Sport is on?

| 27.04.2020

There is plenty of sport for fans to sink their teeth into on Tuesday with Horse Racing, Darts, Golf and more from around the world.

Here’s what’s coming your way on Tuesday 28th April…

Horse Racing

It’s another busy day of racing with cards from America, Asia and Scandinavia throughout the day.

There are two meetings to enjoy Stateside with ten races coming from Will Rogers Downs in Oklahoma from 19:15. We’ve also got late night racing from Fonner Park at 22:00 heading into the early hours of Wednesday.

If you are after some daytime action, Sweden, Norway and Denmark are the top choices. The pick of the racing comes from Sweden with meetings at Jagersro, Umaker and Axevalla.

There are eight races from Alborg in Denmark from 14:30 and six more at Momarken in Norway with the final race of the day at 17:05.

And if you’re an early riser, there is racing in the early hours of Tuesday morning from Japan. Enjoy racecards from six different venues including Kasamatsu (04:00), Sonoda (05:45), Mombetsu (08:05) and more.


Get some oche action with The PDC Home Tour bringing you six more matches tonight involving Max Hopp, Mike De Decker, Keegan Brown and Conan Whitehead.

 Night twelve gets underway at 20:30 with Hopp 8/15 favourite to beat De Decker (11/8). However, the Belgian is 8/11 favourite to beat Whitehead in match three.

Keegan Brown is another one to watch. The Needle is 5/2 to score the highest checkout on Tuesday night.


Enjoy a swing on the golf with Golden State Tour matches at the GCU Championship getting underway from Grand Canyon University Golf Club in Phoenix.

There are eight 1st Round three-ball matches being played. The pick of the matches involve Mark Anguiano (10/1) and Jeremy Paul (16/1) who are two of the favourites to win the tournament. They begin their round alongside Alistair Docherty, who is 5/2 to win the three-ball match.


It’s another jam-packed day of eSports too. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ESL One: Road To Rio league has nine matches, including Team Heretics v Complexity Gaming and Movistar Riders v FaZe Clan.

There are two more games from the Svenska Elitserien with Fightclub v lotb. The hosts are 4/11 favourites to beat lotb who are 2/1 outsiders. Meanwhile, Lilmix are 4/9 to beat Sons of Lennart.

We’ll also have a hat-trick of games from three Dota WePlay! Pushka League, and CDA Professional League. Plus, League of Legends with Galakticos Istanbul Wildcats in the Turkish Champions League.

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All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.