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Sports Schedule: Tuesday 12th May

| 11.05.2020

A preview of all the sporting action taking place across the globe

There’s plenty to look forward to on Tuesday as racing continues in France, as well as darts, golf and snooker.

We’ve previewed the best of the action, with all events scheduled to take place at the time of writing.

Horse racing

Racing resumed in France on Monday and there’s more to come on Tuesday, with jam-packed cards from Marseille, Saint-Cloud, Vincennes and Cherbourg.

Meanwhile there’s action across the pond from Fonner Park and Will Rogers Downs. Elsewhere, there’s also racing to look forward to further afield, with meetings in Australia and Japan.


It’s Night 26 of the PDC Home Tour and Steve Brown, Mike de Decker, Martin Atkins and Conan Whitehead are going head-to-head for a place in the next round.

De Decker is the favourite to progress tonight, with his longest pre-match odds just 8/11. But he’ll face stiff competition from Whitehead who is odds-on in two of his matches and Evens to beat De Decker.

The Modus Icons of Darts Live League also continues, with plenty of matches throughout the day to keep us entertained. Arron Monk, Adam Huckvale, Wessel Nijman and David Evans are in action, as well as Darryl Fitton, Paul Nicholson and Scott Mitchell.


The Scottsdale AZ Open gets underway at the Talking Stick Golf Club. After winning here in 2017 and securing two top-five finishes in recent PGA Tour events, Joel Dahmen is the clear early favourite at 11/2.

Kevin Streelman will be hoping to provide some competition at 11/1, while Matt Picanso is targeting his fourth consecutive victory and is going at 14/1.


The Armenian Cup starts at 07:00, with three matches to look forward to. All three games will be traded in-play.

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All odds and markets correct as of date of publication



Harry Howes

Having previously worked on national newspapers, Harry is an experienced writer who is obsessed with all things football and Wilfried Zaha, even naming his cat after the future Ballon d’Or winner.