Enjoy sport from all corners of the world on Friday with Horse Racing, Football, Darts and more!
Here’s what’s we can look forward to on Friday 1st May…
Buckle up to another busy day of racing with meetings from USA, Australia, Scandinavia and Japan.
One of the highlights comes from Oaklawn Park with the Arkansas Breeders’ Championship at 22:06. This race is the richest race of the season for local breeders with an 11-strong field expected.
Elsewhere Stateside, there are strong evening cards from Gulfstream (18:00) and Tampa Bay Downs (17:24).Remington Park also hosts a handful of early morning meets from 01:18 on Saturday.
In Scandinavia, there’s a double header of afternoon racing from Sorlandet (17:55) and Harstad (14:55) in Norway. Plus, action from Sweden at Dannero (11:20) and Rattvik (17:20). Odense also hosts eight meetings from 14:45.
Over in the Far East, Nagoya in Tokyo has a bumper 12-race card with another eight races available from Oi at 08:40.
Plus, enjoy seven morning meetings across Australia, including racing from Geelong, Gold Coast and Cranbourne.
We have some Friday night football courtesy of the Belarusian Vysshaya League with FC Smolevichi v Energetyk-BGU.
The hosts are second bottom with three points from their opening six matches. Smolevichi are 19/10 to record their first win of the season.
Seventh placed Energetyk-BGU are 7/5 favourites with a draw 9/5 at Ozyorny Stadium.
The PDC Home Tour rumbles on with another six matches tonight involving Darren Webster, Bradley Brooks, Scott Baker and Andy Hamilton.
Night fifteen gets underway with the first dart thrown at 19:30 with Webster v Brooks. Webster is the favourite to win all three of his matches and is 4/9 to get off to a winning start against Brooks.
Meanwhile, Brooks and Hamilton are both 5/6 odds in match three with Brooks the Evens outsider against Hamilton in the penultimate match of the night at 21:30.
Andy Hamilton remains one to watch on Friday. The Hammer is 13/8 favourite to score the most 180s on Friday night.
Don’t forget the eSports action! There is plenty of matches taking place on Friday.
The Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ESL One: Road To Rio league has nine matches, including Mousesports v FaZe Clan and Team Liquid v FURIA eSports.
There are six more games from the Elisa Invitational with Nordavind v KOVA Esports getting us underway at 11:00. Nordavind are 1/2 favourites to beat the visitors who are 3/2 in the opener.
We’ll also have a hat-trick of games from League of Legends European Masters with K1CK Neosurf v Movistar Riders, FC Schalke 04 Evolution v Movistar Riders and FC Schalke 04 Evolution v K1CK Neosurf.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.