Lace up your boots – there are games in the Bundesliga and elsewhere to look forward to on Saturday. That’s not all, we’ve got Horse Racing, Darts and Esports to enjoy too!
Here is what’s coming your way on Saturday 23rd May…
There is still plenty to be decided in Germany with five matches on Saturday, plus games from South Korea and Belarus.
The Bundesliga title race is alive and kicking with Borussia Dortmund and Borussia Monchengladbach both in action at 14:30, looking to keep the pressure on the leaders Bayern Munich, who kick-off at 17:30.
Dortmund are 3/4 favourites when they travel to Wolfsburg (10/3) on the back of an impressive display against Schalke last weekend in the Revierderby.
Monchengladbach are narrow 11/8 favourites against Leverkusen who are 7/4 with a draw 13/5 odds.
Bayern Munich (1/7) will be hoping to maintain their unbeaten home record against Frankfurt (16/1) with top goalscorer Robert Lewandowski 9/5 to score first.
Elsewhere, there are three games in the K-League kicking off with Gangwon v Seongnam. Plus, a trio of matches in the Belarusian Vysshaya League including Slutsk v Rukh Brest with over 2.5 goals 11/10.
Hit your stride with International race cards from Europe, USA, Australia and Japan and more on Saturday.
In France, Salon-De-Provence gets us out the starting stalls at 09:30 with seven races until lunchtime. Morning cards from Bordeaux Le Bouscat (10:45), Laval (13:00) and Angers (16:17) then take us into the afternoon with bumper schedules.
There plenty of races Stateside to sink our teeth into with ten venues providing the day’s racing, with Tampa Bay Downs (17:35), Gulfstream (17:35) and Churchill Downs (18:00) the top picks.
It’s another busy day in Australia too featuring cards from Randwick (02:30) and Flemington (02:40) before breakfast time.
In Japan, there are a mega twelve race cards throughout the early hours from Niigara (01:50), Kyoto Sanga (02:05), Tokyo (02:15) and Saga (06:10).
The Modus Icons of Darts continues with twenty-two matches throughout the day starting with Jason Askew v Darryl Fitton at 10:30.
Askew leads the way as 9/4 favourite to be the Day Six winner ahead of the likes of Andy Jenkins (7/2), Martin Adams (7/2) and Scott Mitchell (4/1).
Other games of note include Askew v Adams at 13:30, Jenkins v Akew at 15:10 with Keelan Kay and Mark Webster also in action.
Don’t forget international Darts from the Australian ISO Challenge, German Super League and Remote Darts League from 21:00.
The standout matches come from the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive RTP Arena Cup with Movistar Riders v Giants Gaming and Saw v Cream.
There are three more games in the Dreamhack Masters Spring including MAD Lions (2/3) v Complexity Gaming (11/10).
The DOTA DPL-CDA Professional League also brings us CDEC Gaming v PSG.LTD. The visitors start off 4/11 favourites with CDEC 2/1.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.