Thursday 14th May – What Sport is on?
It’s another busy day of sport ahead with a little something for everyone. Enjoy Horse Racing, Darts, UFC and loads more throughout the day.
Here is what’s happening on Thursday 14th May…
Strap yourself in with an eventful schedule of racing coming from Europe, USA, Australia and Japan.
Paris Longchamp is the feature fixture in France with ten races getting underway from 10:10 before two more busy cards from Angers (15:40) and Reims (15:25) in the afternoon.
Stateside, the pick of the racing comes from Gulfstream (18:00) and Golden Gate Fields in California from 20:45. There is also a selection of cards in the early hours from Fonner Park, Charles Town and Remington Park respectively.
And before all of that, there are five more meetings Down Under before lunchtime with nine races at Pakenham from 08:00. Enjoy nine more cards from Hamilton which conclude at 07:30, plus action at Cairns (03:22), Moruya (03:35) and Wyong (03:50).
Don’t forget Japan too! Saddle up to racing in the Far East with four jam-packed fixture lists from Sonoda (03:45), Nagoya (04:00), Mombetsu (07:35) and Kawasaki (08:00).
The PDC Home Tour continues on Thursday with six more matches starting with World number five, Michael Smith v Mike van Duivenbode at 19:30.
Smith starts the night as the 4/5 favourite to win the night with Luke Humphries and Andy Boulton also in action on night twenty-eight.
Smith is 4/5 to score the most 180s on the night, with Boulton an outsider at 14/1 on the same market.
There are eleven matches in the Modus Icons of Darts, including Paul Nicholson (8/11) v Scott Mitchell (1/1) and Arron Monk (2/5) v Darryl Fitton (9/5).
Jump into The Octagon with eleven MMA fights in the early hours from midnight until 05:00.
Fights include; Gabriel Benitez v Omar Morales, Karl Robinson v Marvin Vettori and Anthony Smith v Glover Teixeira.
The Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Blast Rising provides six matches starting from 17:00 with AVEZ v Team Heretics.
There are two more Counter-Strike games in the Home Sweet Home Cup with SKADE v SMASH and Endpoint v KOVA Esports. Plus, Road to Rio matches with Winstrike v Syman both 5/6 to win.
DOTA2 Pit League continues on Thursday with HellRaisers v FlyToMoon and three more matches including Virtus.Pro (2/5) v Ninjas in Pyjamas (7/4).
You can tee-off the golf with the 2020 KLPGA Championship in South Korea.
The matches get underway at the Lakewood Country Club in Yangju as Hye Jin Choi (15/2) looks to defend her title ahead of a 150-strong field including Sei Young Kim (5/1) and Sung Hyun Park (8/1).
The Armenian Cup continues with three more matches. We’ll have pre and in play betting available on all the games involving Mesrop Qamalyan, Vanik Arakelyan and Arman Petrosyan.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.