Sports Schedule: Thursday 30th April
A look at what’s on Thursday’s agenda in the world of sports
There’s plenty of horse racing action from across the globe, including a pair of interesting meets from across the pond. Elsewhere, there’s a couple of early morning football matches, darts, Esports and more.
We’re looking ahead to all of the action before it gets underway, with all events scheduled to take place at the time of writing.
There’s early morning action Down Under too, with six meetings from 03:42 when the Cairns card gets started. We’ll cover the meets from Geraldton, Pakenham, Wagga, Wangaratta and Wyong too.
Finally, we head Stateside where we’ve got two quality meetings from Gulfstream Park and Oaklawn Park. Gulfstream Park hosts an 11-race card from 18:00, before the nine-race meet at Oaklawn Park takes place from 19:05.
We’re onto day 14 of the PDC Home Tour, where four more contenders step up to the oche to top the Group 14 standings.
Ron Meulenkamp and Kai Fan Leung also line up in the group, and they take each other on in the second match of the group in what looks like the hardest match to call. Our traders can’t split the pair as you can find 5/6 on either thrower to win.
The Modus Icons of Darts continues with day four of week four’s matches. They’ll start the day’s arrows action from 11:00, before the Modus Night at the Darts takes place from 18:00.
The Czech Premier League returns for its second and final night of the week, with play due to commence from 19:00.
We’ve got a pair of early morning matches from the Nicaraguan Primera Division, as the second leg of the Tourneo de Clausura play-off semi-finals get underway from 02:00.
Then at 03:00, Managua FC take on CD Walter Ferreti in an all or nothing second leg, after the first game finished 0-0. We’ve got the home side as 2/3 favourites to win, with CD Walter Ferreti 21/5 longshots.
The GCU Championship continues in the Outlaw Tour from Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, Arizona. Day one leader KK Limbhasut will be hard to catch after an opening course record of 61.
We’ll be covering the last round In-Play with 2-ball and 3-ball markets. The leaders will get the day’s action underway at 15:30.
After a 99-81 win on the road last time out, Yulon Luxgen Dinos host Taiwan Beer in game six of the Taiwan Super Basketball League play-off final at 10:00.
The Armenian Snooker Championship continues, with a further three matches taking place from 07:00. We’ll have In-Play betting on all three matches.
We will also be covering the Six Red Spring Cup, with the first set of 10 round-robin matches taking place from 13:00. We’ll have pre-match betting available on every game.
We’ve got action from 10 leagues across the world, with Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2 and League of Legends all on the agenda.
Looking for some CS:GO matches? The Svenska Elitserien, ESL Mistrzostwa Polski, ESEA MDL North America, ESL One: Road To Rio and Elisa Invitational leagues are all in action.
If it’s Dota 2 you’re looking for, the BEAT Invitational, WePlay! Pushka League, DPL-CDA Professional League and China Dota 2 Professional League all feature today. From 12:00, Keen Gaming host Royal Never Give Up (Bo3), where the hosts are 11/2 underdogs against the 1/9 favourites in Royal Never Give Up.
Finally, there’s six matches in the LoL European Masters, which get underway from 17:00. The most intriguing matchup takes place at 22:00, as GamersOrigin are the 1/2 favourites to beat 3/2 underdogs Team GamerLegion (Bo1).
All odds and markets are correct as of date of publication.