Friday 10th April: What Sport Is On?

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We’re rocking all over the world once again on Good Friday with sporting action from across the globe.

And you can check it all out with our What’s On guide.

Horse Racing

Nagoya in Japan is the first meeting off in the early hours at 03:15. That’s followed by Ascot and Kalgoorlie at 06:20 and 06:30 respectively before Oi commences at 12-race card at 06:40 which draws to a close at 12:50.

We’re off to Sweden in-between all of that for two meetings at Farjestad and Eskilstuna which run into the afternoon. Then it’s a quick dash across the Atlantic for three more meetings in the United States.

Tampa Bay Downs gets things underway at 17:24 ahead of Gulfstream at 18:00, which our trader has previewed here. Remington Park concludes the action with a further ten-race card from midnight.

Darts

It might not have the same raucous atmosphere as the Premier League, but the Modus Icons of Darts has proved a welcome distraction for Darts fans over the last few days.

Day five will commence from 11:00 with Dutch youngster Wessel Nijman looking to continue his fine form from earlier in the week in the first-to-five legs round-robin format.

Football

Belarusian Match of the Day has never been so popular. Week four in the Vysshaya League sees Neman Grodno (even-money) take on Belshina Bobruisk (27/10) in the opening match of the round at 17:00.

That kicks off a six-pronged attack of matches across the weekend, which we’ve previewed for you here.

There are also three matches from the Belarusian Reserve League at 11:00, 13:00 and 15:00, including FC Slutsk Reserves (2/3) versus FC Vitebsk Reserves (3/1).

Cycling

The Japanese Keirin gets going with day one of the meeting in Nara. There are 11 heats scheduled to take place consisting of nine riders per heat each wearing colour-coded shirts.

Our Sportsbook will have odds available on every heat, with the first race set to go off at 07:35.

Esports

There’s no let-up in the world of Esports with nine League of Legends leagues on Friday, including the Lol Legends Pro League where FunPlus Phoenix are odds-on at 1/6 to beat Vici Gaming at 10:00

Dota 2 has four different divisions on the go, with Royal Never Give Up at 2/5 to beat Sparking Arrow Gaming (7/4) at 12:00 and HellRaisers (11/10) to see off Gambit Esports (2/3) at 16:00.

Call of Duty fans can also enjoy action from the Call of Duty League, where Seattle Surge (even-money) take on Paris Legion (8/11) and Florida Mutineers (1/2) face-off against Toronto Ultra (3/2).

What else is on?

Golf fans can also enjoy the final round from the Cactus Tour at Apache Creek, while the Armenian Snooker Championship continues with matches starting at 07:00 in the UK.

Elsewhere, we have two matches from the Tawian Super Basketball League from 10:00, plus a ten-fold of encounters in the Czech Table Tennis Stars Series.

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Nick Murphy

Nick is a graduate of the UEA where he doubled up as the sports editor of the student newspaper. He supports Dagenham & Redbridge and previously edited the matchday programme at Victoria Road. Darts and Horse Racing are among his other favourite sports.