What sport is on this week?
ATP Finals, Nations League, Grand Slam of Darts and more
We’ve got a big week of sport ahead, with plenty of action taking place over the next seven days.
With so much to choose from, it can be hard to keep track of everything that’s going on. And that’s why we’ve rounded of the pick of this week’s sport for you right here…
The Nations League group stage wraps up this week. England finish their campaign at home to Iceland on Wednesday, while other standout fixtures include Spain v Germany, France v Sweden and Croatia v Portugal.
There’s plenty of horse racing to enjoy throughout the week, beginning with packed cards from Kempton, Leicester, Plumpton, Wolverhampton and Dundalk today, as well as international racing to enjoy too.
Haydock hosts the first Grade 1 event of the National Hunt season on Saturday, while we have Ascot’s November Racing Weekend to look forward to as well.
After Dustin Johnson’s record-breaking win at the Masters last weekend, the PGA Tour heads to Georgia’s Sea Island Club for the RSM Classic on Thursday. Also teeing off on Thursday is the European Tour’s Joburg Open in South Africa.
The Grand Slam of Darts begins today at the Ricoh Arena, with the final set for next Tuesday. Gerwyn Price is looking to complete the hat-trick and come out on top for the third year running – he’s joint 7/2 favourite with Peter Wright.
It starts with eight Group matches in today’s afternoon session from 13:00, followed by another eight matches from 19:00 – Price begins his title defence against Mikuru Suzuki, while Peter Wright is up against Dirk van Duijvenbode.
It’s Round Two of the Autumn Nations Cup this weekend, with another four fixtures to enjoy – Italy v Fiji, England v Ireland, Wales v Georgia and Scotland v France.
Our traders have England as the 5/6 favourites after their 40-0 win over Georgia.
The Northern Ireland Open takes place in Milton Keynes this week, with the best-of-17 frames final on Sunday.
Judd Trump begins his title defence against Gerard Greene at 13:00 today. Trump is the 3/1 favourite to triumph again, with Ronnie O’Sullivan his likeliest challenger at 4/1.
Chicago Bears v Minnesota Vikings wraps up Week 10 of the NFL season in the early hours of Tuesday morning, as the Bears look to end their three-game losing streak.
We’ve then got Seattle Seahawks v Arizona Cardinals to enjoy early on Friday, before a feast of football on Sunday.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.