Sports Schedule: Tuesday 4th May
Preview of the day’s sporting action
We’ve got horse racing from across the globe to look forward to on Tuesday, as well as more from the PDC Home Tour.
There’s also golf, snooker and Esports included in our round-up of the day’s best sport.
All events are still scheduled to go ahead as of the time of writing.
We’ve got four cards from Australia in the early morning, from Bundaberg, Hawkesbury, Rockhampton and Warrnambool.
Early risers may also like the look of the action from Japan, with another six cards to choose from, starting at 3:45.
Then it’s over to Scandinavia. Visby joins in with an eight-race card from 11:20, with more to follow at Forus, Eskilstuna and Jagersbro.
In the evening, there are meets at Fonner Park and Will Rogers Downs to look forward to in the States. Our trader likes the look of My Wise Cat in the 21:15 at the latter.
Group 19 are next up in the PDC Home, with Glen Durrant the clear favourite to win on the night.
Justin ‘The Force’ Pipe and Dutch duo Maik Kuivenhoven and Vincent van der Meer complete the quartet alongside the three-time BDO world champion. It gets started at 19:30 with Durrant taking on Van Der Meer.
There are also 21 matches from Modus Icons of Darts, starting from 10:30. After his recent nine-dart showing, Arron Monk takes on Wessel Nijman, who dispatched Phil Taylor with a 112 average on Friday. The duo are joint 9/4 favourites to finish as the Day Two winner.
Over in Phoenix, the Legacy Golf Classic continues, with Dylan Wu and KK Limbhasut heading the 75-strong field. We’ll have In-Play odds on the second round from 14:30 and our usual three-ball offering.
The Armenian Cup continues on Tuesday, with three matches taking place from 7:00. We’ll have odds and In-Play betting on all of them.
Qualifying continues in the CS:GO: Road to Rio, with a cool $2m prize pool to play for in November. Tuesday’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive action includes FaZe Clan taking on GODSENT as 1/5 favourites. C0ntact Gaming also face North, with odds of 5/4 and 4/7 respectively.
Elsewhere, we’ve got plenty of Dota 2 matches for you to choose from, including three WePlay! Pushka League fixtures.
In the League of Legends Turkish Champions League, Dark Passage are 2/5 favourites against Istanbul Wildcats (7/4).
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication