Looking for some sport on Thursday? Our daily guide runs you through Horse Racing, Darts, Basketball and more!
Here is what’s coming on Thursday 23rd April…
Buckle up to another action-packed day of racing from Japan, USA and Scandinavia!
Early risers can enjoy meetings from Japan with the first race-off at Urawa (04:10), Sonoda (5:50) and later in the morning from Mombetsu from 08:45.
The pick of the action comes from the USA with a ten-race card from Gulfstream Park getting started at 18:00. Plus, an evening of racing from Oaklawn Park to enjoy from 19:05.
Elsewhere, there are meetings in Sweden from both Gavle and Orebro – and not forgetting Ovrevoll in Norway too!
Get on board with the Modus Icons of Darts on Thursday with Paul Nicholson and Adrian Monk leading the action from the oche.
Modus A Night at the Darts also continues in the evening with Scott Mitchell and Martin Adams the pick of the matches at 20:30.
And the PDC Home Tour continues from 19:30 with six Group Seven matches being played, including Gabriel Clemens v Ryan Meikle and Gavin Carlin v Jelle Klaasen (1/2 fav)
Hit the court with a couple of early matches from Nicaragua with Costa Caribe v Real Esteli and Tipitapa v Mesatepe in the Torneo Carlos Ulloa in Memoriam. Tipitapa are the resounding 1/66 favourites to beat Mesatepe with Real Esteli 2/5 favourites to record victory at Costa Caribe (17/10).
There is also Super Basketball League from Taiwan. Watch Yulon Luxgen Dinos vTaiwan Beer from 10:00.
It’s another action-packed day of eSports! There are eight match-ups in the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ESL One: Road To Rio league. FaZe Clan v North (Bo3) get us started from 14:00 with the FaZe Clan 2/7 favourites.
Enjoy five matches from the League of Legends European Masters League too with GamersOrigin v BT Excel (Bo1) the pick of the ties. The visitors are 5/4 to beat the 4/7 favourites.
And we have even more in CS:GO leagues including in the Svenska Elitserien with Lilmix v Begrip Gaming. We’ll also have action from three Dota 2 leagues, including the WePlay! Pushka League, BTS Americas and China DOTA2 Professional League.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication