The re-emergence of sport continues, and we want to keep you up to date with the latest influx of action.
So, we’ve reached out across the globe to round up all the sport going on this Saturday into one neat, compact article to feast on!
The Bundesliga headlines another weekend of football with Bayern Munich at a huge 1/12 on to beat Fortuna Dusseldorf (18/1) at the Allianz Arena.
Elsewhere, Wolfsburg (19/20) host Eintracht Frankfurt (13/5) and Schalke – on a three-match losing streak are 29/20 to win against relegation troubled Werder Bremen (15/8).
Hertha Berlin have improved and are 10/11 to stay unbeaten under new boss Bruno Labbadia against Augsburg. Mainz v Hoffenheim complete the top flight fixtures.
Holstein Kiel at 17/10 host leaders Arminia Bielefeld (7/5) in the standout 2. Bundesliga fixture on Saturday, while the 3. Liga, K-League, Belarusian and Faroese League’s continue.
French racing gallops on with five meets on the cards including Salon-De-Provence from 10:00 alongside an 11:15 start at Argentan.
Clairefontaine – yes, the same place that nurtured all those French football greats, kicks off from 12:25 through to 17:45.
Vichy has an evening session from 18:15 while there’s racing galore in the States with meets from Gulfstream, Remington Park, Tampa Bay Downs and more.
Rob Cross is the standout name in the PDC Home Tour play-offs on Saturday night. He’s just 1/7 to beat Daniel Larsson in the 19:30 opener.
Voltage also plays Ryan Searle and Luke Woodhouse at the final eight stage.
There’s a full day’s darts from the Modus Icon of Darts with Mark Webster, Andy Jenkins joined by Ritchie Edhouse, Scott Mitchell and more from 10:30.
Looking abroad you can check out the German Super League action from 13:00 with Sascha Stein a 7/4 shot to beat Kevin Munch (2/5).
Australia and New Zealand fly the flag for Rugby fans all over the world with the return of the National Rugby League.
For you early risers, there’s NZ Warriors at 7/4 taking on the St. George Illawarra Dragons (1/2) from 6.00.
Elsewhere on Saturday West Tigers play the 8/11 Cronulla Sharks and Melbourne Storm (8/15) face Canberra Raiders (8/5).
UFC fans have two fights to sink their teeth into with an 23:00 start. But the main event will be 4:00 on Sunday morning as the Welterweights number one ranked contender Tyron Woodley begins at 8/15 to beat Gilbert Burns.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.