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Weekend Sports Schedule

| 17.04.2020

We take a look at the key events taking place on Saturday and Sunday

There’s plenty of sport to keep us busy this weekend, including football, horse racing and darts.

And we’ve taken a look at the best of the action, with all events scheduled to go ahead at the time of writing.


We’ve reached round five of the Belarusian Premier League and there are four games to look forward to on Saturday.

The headline game of the day sees table-toppers Zhodino travel to BATE Borisov at 18:00. BATE have endured a slow start to the campaign but they’re the clear favourites at 4/9, with Zhodino going at 13/2.

Elsewhere, Brest are 7/10 to secure an away win at Vitebsk, while Isloch host Slavia Mozyr and Rukh Brest face FC Minsk.

There are also football matches from Tajikistan and Nicaragua throughout the weekend.

Horse racing

Racing fans will be busy this weekend, with plenty of meetings from all over the world. Saturday sees four jam-packed cards from America, with action from Gulfstream Park, Remington Park, Los Alamitos and Tampa Bay Downs.

Meanwhile there’s action from 15 different racecourses across Australia, including Randwick, Lismore and Muswellbrook.

Is that still not enough? There’s also racing from Japan and Sweden to enjoy.


The PDC Home Tour continues this weekend, with some of the world’s best players battling it out from the comfort of their own homes.

Saturday’s fixtures sees Gerwyn Price, Rowby John Rodriguez, Luke Woodhouse and Ted Evetts all play one another in a round-robin format. Price is the clear favourite to dominate, with 1/4 his longest odds.

And the fun continues on Sunday, with Dave Chisnall, Scott Waites, Jan Dekker and Jonathan Worsley all competing. Chisnall is the odds-on favourite in each of his three matches.


Saturday sees League of Legends action from eight divisions, with G2 Esports the 1/7 favourites to beat 9/2 opponents MAD Lions in the European Championship.

There’s also Dota 2 matches in three divisions, with Newbee taking on Keen Gaming and Vici Gaming facing PSG.LGD in the CDA Professional League.

Elsewhere, there are five matches in the Overwatch League.

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All odds and markets are 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.