Sports Schedule: Wednesday 8th April
Your guide to the sport from around the world
Three U.S. meetings means there’s plenty of action for Horse Racing fans, with Darts, Snooker, Golf and Esports ensuring a busy Wednesday awaits.
All of these events are still scheduled to go ahead at the time of writing:
If you don’t mind staying up into the late evening, you’ll find plenty of racing, with three U.S. meetings set to go ahead, from Tampa Bay Downs, Fonner Park and Will Rogers Downs, where our trader thinks the 22.15 is well worth a look.
Two horses to look out for in that race are the in-form Trapalanda and Ed’s Rocket who comes on the back of three wins in a row.
The Modus Icons of Darts Live League continues from 11:00 for Day 3, with five legends battling for supremacy in a round-robin format. Who will triumph today?
The PDC tour ‘Darts at Home’ series of events returns with a mini-league featuring four players. Nathan Aspinall is the 10/11 favourite and he’ll be taking on Steve Beaton, Stephen Bunting and Jelle Klaasen, with the action starting at 19:30.
The Armenian Snooker Championship sees another three matches today and you can go In-Play with us from 7:00.
The Cactus Tour continues at 21:00 from Apache Creek in a 54-hole event, with Sophia Popov and Sarah Burnham going in as favourites.
Burnham took 1st place in the Sundance Gold Club Tournament two weeks ago, while Popov managed a 2nd place finish at the Sun City Country Club tournament just last week. You can back either at 7/4.
There’s also action from Korea’s LCK, including APK Prince v Gen.g, with the latter heavy 1/10 favourites.
In CS:GO, the ESL Pro League continues, with some seriously good matches, with Mousesports v Fnatic seeing both teams priced at 5/6, while FaZe Clan at 6/5 will take on Natus Vincere who you can back at 8/13.
There’s also plenty of Rainbow 6 and DOTA 2 to bet on, along with eMotorsport action.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication