Enjoy a sprinkle of midweek sport on Tuesday! There is a little something for everyone with Horse Racing, Darts, Esports and more on the way.
Here’s our daily sporting guide…
Attentions turn to France as we head to the pick of the day’s racing at Saint-Cloud (10:10) in Paris.
Before that, there are races earlier in the morning from Vichy (10:55) with afternoon cards at Vincennes (15:32) and Marseille (15:40).
Stateside, saddle up to ten races from Will Rogers Downs (19:15). Fonner Park (23:00) takes us to the finishing post with eight cards heading into the early hours of Wednesday.
In Australia, Rockampton (02:50) gets us out of the starting stalls with it’s first of ten meetings on Tuesday morning.
Port Macquarie (03:00) and Kembla Grange (03:50) take us through the early hours before Bundaberg later in the morning with six races from 04:17.
In Japan, the highlight of Tuesday’s horse racing comes from Tokyo City Keiba with a bumper twelve-race card lined up.
The Modus Icons of Darts continues with another twenty-one matches getting started at 10:30.
Jason Askew v Darryl Fitton throw the first darts on Tuesday morning with Scott Mitchell v Keelan Kay to follow.
The stand-out match looks to be Andy Jenkins v Jason Askew as the two favourites go head-to-head on the oche at 14:10.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Blast Rising has a couple of tasty match-up’s with Japaleno v HAVU and Herectrics v ALTERNATE aTTaX.
You can also enjoy Salamander v AGO and SMASH v Hard Legion in the CS:GO Home Sweet Home Cup.
In DOTA2 there are four matches from the Pit League including HellRaisers v Viking.gg (10:00) and Virtus Pro v Team Liquid later in the day.
Enjoy a couple contests from the China Development League involving Sparking Arrow Gaming as they take on LGD.int and EHome.
Round off the eSport action with the DPL-CDA Professional League for Vici Gaming v EHome.
The TPC Champions Classic starts on Tuesday. We’ll have pre and in play betting available on all matches throughout the day.
Enjoy first round matches with the tournament favourite, Dylan Wu (5/1), plus other leading players like KK Limbhasut, Nicolo Galletti and Jeremy Paul.
You can also tee off with The Melreese tournament from Miami in Florida, and the Maridoe Invitational from Texas.
The Armenian Cup continues with three matches starting at 07:00. We’ll have pre and in play betting on all three games.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.