Wednesday 13th May – What Sport is on?
The sporting calendar is filling up nicely as we approach the halfway point of the week. Enjoy Horse Racing, Darts, Snooker and more!
Let’s see what’s happening on Wednesday 13th May…
Saddle up to another action-packed day of racing from around the world with meetings in Europe, USA, Australia and Asia!
In France, there are three tasty meetings to take you through Wednesday starting with a ten-race card from Chantilly at 10:00.
Caen strides us through the afternoon with the first race scheduled for 12:55 before an evening of racing from Marseille-Borely takes us to the line at 19:35.
Similarly, there is another triple-header from America starting with Tampa Bay Downs (18:00) and a bumper ten-race card at Will Rogers Downs from 19:15. Fonner Park also have a selection of races from 22:00 taking you into the early hours of Thursday morning.
There’s a full day of racing from Happy Valley in Hong Kong at 11:45. Plus, five meets Down Under from Ascot (05:39), Doomben (03:33), Gawler (03:40), Ladbrokes Park (03:25) and Warwick Park (03:50) before sunrise.
Japan also has races from Kawasaki, Mombetsu, Nagoya and Sonoda throughout the morning and early afternoon.
Head over to the Darts with six matches from night twenty-seven of The PDC Home Tour. Steve Beaton v Scott Waites is first up on the oche at 20:30 with Ross Smith and Ron Meulenkamp the other opponents.
Don’t forget the Modus Icons of Darts too. There are another twenty-one games to look forward to on Wednesday, including Justin Smith v Martin Adams, Keelan Kay v Boris Koltsov and James Hubbard v Fallon Sherrock.
Boris ‘The Viking’ Koltsov starts at the 11/4 favourite to win Day Three with Diogo Portela (16/1) a distant outsider.
The Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ESL One: Road To Rio league has three matches, including FaZe Clan v Ninjas in Pyjamas and Astralis v G2 Esports.
There are five more Counter-Strike games from Blast Rising starting with Japaleno v Movistar Riders at 17:00. The hosts start as 13/8 underdogs with Movistar Riders 4/9 to win.
Plus, two matches in the Home Sweet Home Cup with Espada v Team Secret and Complexity Gaming v SinnerS.
On Wednesday morning, there is action from the Dota Asia Spring International with Team Adroit v LGT.int. A double-header in the DPL-CDA Professional League follows with PSG.LGD v Keen Gambling and Vici Gaming v Sparking Arrow Gaming.
Round off the eSports with a hat-trick of fixtures in the DOTA2 Pit League, kicking-off with OG v HellRaisers at 11:00.
The Armenian Cup continues with a hat-trick of matches starting at 07:00. We’ll have pre and in play betting available on all three matches involving Rudolf Keheyan, Grigori Dashyan and Artur Harutyunyan.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.