Sports Schedule: Tuesday 28th April
A look ahead to what’s happening on Tuesday’s packed schedule
Tuesday’s action brings us a whole host of International Racing, coming from America, Australia, Scandinavia and Japan. We’ve got plenty of Darts too, as well as basketball, golf and a feast of Esports matches.
All of these events are still scheduled to go ahead at the time of writing:
Japanese racing kicks off the day’s race meetings from Sonoda, Kasamatsu, Kanazawa, Mizusawa, Oi and Mombetsu. We’ll also have early action from Australia with Mackay, Taree, Sale and Kembla Grange hosting.
We then head to Scandinavia from 11:20, where Umaker hosts a nine-race card before action from Alborg, Momarken, Jagersro and Axevalla.
Finally, we’ll head Stateside where Will Rogers Downs and Fonner Park host 18 races between them. Will Rodgers Downs has a 10-race card getting started at 19:15, before Fonner Park’s eight-race card gets underway at 22:00.
The PDC Home Tour continues, where it’s time for Group 12 to step up to the oche. Group 12 features Max Hopp, Keegan Brown, Conan Whitehead and Mike de Decker.
There are six matches in a round robin format, with the first arrow expected to be thrown at 19:30 as Max Hopp takes on Mike de Decker.
The Modus Icons of Darts and Modus Night at the Darts tournaments continue too, with fixtures yet to be finalised.
We’ve got game five of the Super Basketball League Play-off finals in Taiwan, where Taiwan Beer take on Yulon Luxgen Dinos from 10:00.
The series is all-tied up at 2-2 as things stand, but Taiwan Beer are the 10/21 favourites to take a 3-2 lead as they look to win their third match on the spin.
Yulon are 29/20 underdogs to get the upper hand in the series.
The Golden State Tour resumes with the GCU Championship starting at 15:30 from Phoenix, Arizona. Scotland’s Calum Hill heads into the tournament looking to build on his recent win in the Verrado Founder’s Championship, and he’s 15/2 in the outright betting.
PGA Tour regular and Arizona resident JJ Spaun is a strong addition to the field, and he’s been priced up at 11/1. We’ll also have First Round leader market odds on site, as well as daily two/three balls.
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.
Looking for League of Legends action? Galakticos take on Istanbul Wildcats (Bo5) in the Turkish Champions League at 12:00. It’s the Wildcats who are the 1/2 favourites, with Galakticos 3/2 outsiders.
We’ll have plenty of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive matchups throughout the day too, with seven leagues in action from 14:00 including ESL One: Road To Rio, Telia Esports Series, Svenska Elitserien and more.
There are six Dota 2 matches across three leagues too, starting with Team Aster taking on PSG.LGD (Bo3) in the DPL-CDA Professional League at 09:00. PSG.LGD head in as 4/9 favourites.
Elsewhere, CR4ZY are the heavy 1/20 favourites in their Beat Invitational matchup with 4 Zoomers (Bo3). The latter are 12/1 underdogs.
All odds and markets are correct as of date of publication.