The weekend can still be about sport and we’ve got all the latest goings on as April springs into gear…
The cards are still going strong across the pond with three meetings from the USA on Saturday including Gulfstream from 17:45, Los Alamitos and Tampa Bay Downs.
There’s also a two-pronged attack on Sunday including a seven-card meet at Remington Park.
In the land Down Under, Saturday sees a huge 11 meetings taking place from the likes of Morphettville – which you can stream with us – and Roma.
Sao Paulo has a ten-race card on Saturday starting from 17:30, while you can also see runners at Boden, Hanshin and Saga.
Belarus continues to fly the flag in the footy world with three games on Saturday, with Bate Borisov at 3/10 to bag their first win of the season, at the third time of asking against FC Ruh Brest.
You can also check out Shakhter Soligorsk v Neman Grodno and Dinamo Brest v Slavia Mozyr. While there’s also games from the Nicaraguan Primera League and the Burundi Premier Division across the whole weekend.
Go potty for the snooker as the Armenian Snooker Championship continues with three matches traded in-play, the first of which starts at 7am.
Some of the NBA’s biggest stars will take part in this inaugural NBA 2k Players Tournament. The first round sees Kevin Durant (8/13) face off against Miami Heat’s Derrick Jones Jr (23/20).
This is followed by Trae Young, 4/7, looking to dunk on Harrison Barnes (6/5).
And with another six games across the weekend – fancy hitting the court? You can watch it all on ESPN and the NBA.com.
On Saturday we return to The Race. We are now in its fourth round and will feature a whole host of stars from the track, including F1’s Lando Norris and Esteban Gutierrez. Formula E’s Stoffel Vandoorne and Maxi Gunther will be in the drivers’ seat alongside Indycar’s Ed Jones, Felix Rosenqvist as well.
Rounding things off on Saturday is the Indy Car iRacing Challenge with a full roster of IndyCar drivers, now including five-time champion Scott Dixon.
Sunday sees the highlight of the weekend as the Virtual Grand Prix returns. We are off to Australia as drivers including 11/8 Lando Norris and Scuderia Ferrari’s Charles and Arthur Leclerc (9/1) and 20/1 respectively race around the streets of Albert Park.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.