Sports Schedule: Friday 15th May
Round-up of the best sporting action
Friday brings a fresh slate of sport to look forward to, with plenty of international racing, darts action, Belarusian football and more.
We’ve rounded up the highlights for you, with all of these events scheduled to go ahead as of the time of writing.
With racing now back in full swing across the Channel, albeit behind closed doors, there are four cards in France. It starts at Lyon Parilly at 10:15, then Meslay-du-Maine joins in at 10:30. There’s more racing at Grainges and Vincennes in the afternoon.
Our trader is particularly looking forward to the Prix Bedel at Lyon Parilly (13:58), with Skyward and Pappalino likely to be at the head of the betting.
Over in the States, , there are busy cards at Tampa Bay Downs, Gulfstream, Golden Gate Park and Santa Anita. That’s followed by Charles Town and Remington Park in the early hours.
Australian racing fans also have plenty of choice, with a total of eight meets spread across the morning. We’ve also got odds from Japan. Nagoya’s meet starts at 3:10, Sonoda at 6:00 and Kawasaki at 7:00.
That’s not all either. There’s a nine-race card at Munich from 14:30.
The Belarusian Vysshaya League has taken the spotlight over the last few weeks, with little football on elsewhere.
There’s one fixture on Friday, with Torpedo-Belaz looking to go top when they face Gorodeya at 18:00. The hosts are odds-on favourites at 8/13.
There are also three games from the Belarusian Reserve League to choose from.
Danny Noppert, Ryan Meikle, John Henderson and Cristo Reyes are up next in the PDC Home Tour. Night 29 starts at 19:30, with Noppert taking on Miekle. ‘Noppie’ is the highest-ranked player and favourite to win on the night, though Miekle’s odds have been trimmed to 13/8.
There’ll also be live darts throughout the day from Modus Icons of Darts. The first match sees Diogo Portela face Boris Koltsov at 10:30. James Hubbard, Justin Smith, Fallon Sherrock and Martin ‘Wolfie’ Adams will also be in action, with the final match at 17.30.
The CS:GO Home Sweet Home Cup continues, with Copenhagen Flames up against Nordavind at 9:50, before Gambit Youngsters face Sprout at 11:20.
We’ve also got two matches in the CS:GO Road to Rio too, while Starcraft II fans have a pair of matches in the IntoTheAlphaX Pro Circuit to enjoy.
There’s also plenty of Dota 2 action coming up, including the DPL-CDA Professional League, Cyber Cup Europe and Epic Prime League.
There are another three matches from the Armenian Cup coming up. It get started from 7:00, with pre-match and In-Play betting available.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication