Here is what we can look forward to on Thursday with the latest odds on Horse Racing, Darts, Snooker and more.
Get out the stalls nice and early on Thursday morning with another action-packed day of racing from Australia and Japan, plus afternoon races from USA, Germany and Scandinavia.
There are five meetings Down Under before breakfast time with the seven-card meet at Pijarra the latest to conclude at 09:27. There are nine races scheduled from Werribee earlier in the morning with bumper cards at Kembla Grange, Leeton and Townsville too.
The Far East also provides some action in the early hours from Kasamatsu (04:00) and a full day of racing from Funabashi at 07:55.
In Europe, racing from Germany returns with twelve afternoon races from 13:00 at Hannover. Ten-race cards can also be found at Skelleftea (17:20) and Bollnas (17:30) with further racing from Halmstad and Bergen.
Don’t forget to saddle up Stateside too! Gulfstream hosts eleven races on Thursday evening with the first card at 18:00 from Florida. There are 10 races from Remington Park from midnight into Friday.
We have plenty of oche action on Thursday with matches from the Modus Icons of Darts and the PDC Home Tour.
There are another mammoth twenty-one games of Modus Icons with Michael Warburton v Scott Mitchell getting the action underway at 11:30. Other stand-out games include Andy Jenkins v Scott Mitchell with Wessel Nijman v Arron Monk wrapping up the night.
Nijman is 1/1 to beat the favourite Monk at 8/11. Monk also leads the way at 15/8 to be the Day 4 winner with Nijman 5/2.
In other games, it’s night twenty-one of the PDC Home Tour with six matches involving former PDC world champ Rob Cross, William Borland, Dimitri van den Bergh and Derk Telnekes.
Cross is the favourite to win all three of his matches and starts at 2/9 to beat Borland (3/1) in the opening game. Van den Bergh is 4/9 favourite to come out on top against Dutch opponent Telnekes, who is 13/8.
The Armenian Cup continues with a trio of matches to enjoy on Thursday, plus the Six Red Spring Cup.
In Armenia, Grigori Dashyan v Artur Harutyunyan is the opening match at 07:00 with Eduard Yeghiazaryan 3/2 outsider to beat Dashyan in the second match. The third and final match of the day is Artur Harutyunyan v Eduard Yeghiazaryan.
The Six Red Spring Cup begins with the first set of round robin matches taking place. Ten matches are scheduled, getting underway at 13:00.
The Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ESL One: Road To Rio league has ten matches, including Beyond v Lucid Dream and Winstrike v Gambit Youngsters.
There are five more games from the Blast Rising league with Team Heretics v AVEZ getting us underway. The hosts are 2/7 favourites to beat the visitors who are 5/2 in the opener.
We’ll also have a Dota action from the China Dota2 Professional League, plus matches from the Pit League and CDA-Professional League.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.