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Sports Schedule: Wednesday 6th May

Want to know what sport is happening? Then read on…

Wednesday brings more action from the PDC Home Tour, Modus Icons of Darts, Horse Racing and more.

We’ve rounded up the pick of today’s fixtures, with all of these events still scheduled to go ahead at the time of writing:

Horse Racing

If you’ve been following the international racing calendar, then you might have an idea of how the day’s set to line up.

The early going is all from down under with six meetings from Australia, starting with Sunshine Coast at 2:55 and continuing throughout the early morning. There’s also plenty of racing from Japan, including Nagoya, Sonoda and Funabashi.

In the mid-morning there’s racing from Sweden’s Bro Park at 11:30, and Hong Kong’s Happy Valley from 11:45

In the afternoon and early evening, we have three meetings from Scandinavia, with cards from Bjerke, Bergsaker and Solvalla.

Then, to cap things off, there are meetings from across the pond as Tampa Bay Downs, Will Rogers Downs and Fonner Park offer U.S. Racing action. It gets started at Tampa Bay Downs at 18:00.

Darts

The Modus Icons of Darts tournament continues today with phase two and the new seven-player format. There are some big names due at the oche today, including favourite David Evans at 2/1 to win, with Fallon Sherrock and Martin Adams among those lining up against him.

In the evening, the PDC Home Tour continues, with the odds suggesting James Wattimena and Joe Cullen could both perform well.

Golf

The final round of the Legacy Classic starts at 14:30, and things are looking tight going into the day’s play – 58 players broke par in the opening rounds.

The Cactus Tour also heads to the Desert canyon Golf Club, with Mina Harigae as the hot favourite at 1/1 to win.

Snooker

The Armenian Cup continues first thing, with three matches starting from 7:00, while the Six Red Spring Cup’s first rounds begins at 13:00, with 10 matches scheduled for the day.

Esports

The LoL European masters has moved into the quarter-finals of the competition, with two best of three matches tonight from 18:00. First up, the Movistar Riders take on Fnatic Rising, both teams can be found at 5/6 to progress.

In Dota 2, the WePlay! Pushka League continues, with Virtus. Pro v Team Spirit at 13:00, followed by Nigma v Team Secret at 16:00 and OG v Ninjas in Pyjamas at 19:00.

In CS:GO, there’s loads of action to choose from, as ESL One: Road to Rio continues with 10 matches scheduled throughout the day.

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All odds and markets correct as of date of publication