Betting Preview – Friday 13th February 2015

Friday’s sport includes U20 Six Nations action, Day One of the ICC World Cup gets underway with Sri Lanka v New Zealand, five race meetings from Ireland and the UK and more.

Five meetings in the UK and Ireland on Friday.

Fakenham (1:15, NH)
Lingfield (2:10, AW Flat)
Sandown (1:30, NH)
Wolverhampton (5:15, AW Flat)
Dundalk (6:05, AW Flat)

South African racing from Fairview from 10:40am and Greyville from 3:40pm.

Live games on Friday include:

A-League: Central Coast Mariners V Brisbane Roar (8:40am, BT Sport 1)
Scottish Championship: Rangers V Hibernian (7:45pm, BT Sport 1)
Bundesliga: Borussia Dortmund V FSV Mainz (7:30pm, ESPN)

BAGS cards on SIS through the day include:

Kinsley 10:31am
Swindon 10:38am
Hove 2:08pm
Monmore 2:18pm
Nottingham 6:28pm
Peterborough 6:33pm
Sheffield 6:39pm

Two meetings on RPGTV in the evening:
Sunderland 7:25pm
Romford 7:31pm

The ICC Cricket World Cup gets underway in Australia and New Zealand on Friday night.
Sri Lanka V New Zealand is live on Sky Sports 2 from 10pm.

Day 2 in Thailand from the second day of the new tournament on The European Tour schedule. It tees off for the 2nd round through the night our time, highlights of the first groups will precede live coverage on Sky Sports 4 at 8am.

The AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am is the PGA Tour event this week. Taking place across three courses in the early rounds. The second round will be live on Sky Sports 4 from 8pm.

One live game this Friday in the Super League
Wigan Warriors V Huddersfield Giants (8pm, Sky Sports 1)

The U20 6 Nations has its second round on Friday.
Live on television will be:
Ireland V France at 7:05pm on RTE2.
England V Italy at 7:45pm on Sky Sports 3

PRO12 and English Premiership Rugby also continues in the background during the 6 Nations with two live games on Friday.
Ulster V Treviso is live on BBC2 and kicks off at 7:35pm.
Leicester Tigers V Gloucester (7:45pm, BT Sport 2)

While in the Southern Hemisphere Super Rugby the opening weekend of a new season. Live games include:
Crusaders V Rebels (6:35am, Sky Sports 1)
Brumbies V Reds (8:40am, Sky Sports 1)
Lions V Hurricanes (5:15pm, Sky Sports 4)

The ATP rolls into the Netherlands for the Rotterdam Open.
Live TV action on Sky Sports 3 from 11:30am and Sky Sports 5 from 6:30pm.

The WTA visits Belgium, there is live coverage of that tournament on BT Sport 2 from 1pm.