Friday 17th April: What sport is on?
As the weekend closes in we’re taking you through the sporting action you need to know about this Friday…
Racing in the US continues at a pace, so saddle up for a trio of action with evening cards from Tampa Bay Downs and Gulfstream, plus a 10-race meet at Remington Park from midnight,
Over in Australia, there’s six cards taking place with meetings from Gold Coast, Kyneton, Port Macquairie and more.
Elsewhere, you can make an early start at Kawasaki and Kasamatsu in Japan or check out action from Umaker and Solvalla too.
The Belarusian Premier League has a two-fold of Friday footy with the bottom two squaring off. With just a single point, Belshina sit rock-bottom and are13/10to win and make home advantage count versus 21/10 shots Smolevichi
This is followed by Slutsk (7/1) taking on mid-table Soligorsk (4/11).
The Belarusian First Division sees FC Lokomotic Ghomel (1/12) play FK Khimik Svetlogorsk (28/1), alongside a host of reserve matches too.
You can find out everything on the new PDC Home Tour Event here, ahead of it’s opening night. 2020 World Champ Peter Wright is 1/9 on to defeat Peter Jacques (5/1). While, Welshman Jamie Lewis and the 21-year-old Dutchman Niels Zonneveld complete the night’s line-up.
The Modus ‘Icon of Darts’ is set for another afternoon session. Jason Askew and Paul Nicholson were both quick in to stride this week, winning the five-man group on Monday and Wednesday respectively. Andy Jenkins, Jarred Cole and Robert Collins complete Friday’s line up.
The Modus ‘Night at the Darts’ again follows the afternoon session. Wessel Nijman and David Evans have been the form players so far this week, but with the young Dutchman sitting out Friday’s action, can Barney or Wolfie capitalise and top the group?
On a packed day of darts, there’s also action from the Czech Premier League, with five matches scheduled from 7:00pm.
The Armenian Snooker Championship ploughs on too on Friday morning with three matches starting from 7am.
There’s also contests from Six Red Spring Cup. Each player will compete in the best of three frames with just six reds on the table.
Counter-Strike’s Home Sweet Home tournament sees Gambit Youngsters at 2/3 to defeat Copenhagen Flames (11/10).
The other match looks a tight battle between SKADE and Endpoint, both locked at 5/6 for victory.
Washington Justice (9/2) face a tough test again the1/7 on Atlanta Reignin the Overwatch League.
While you can also dive into a trio of DOTA League action from around the globe and League of Legends too.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication