Jason Day

Betting Preview – Friday 24th July

Friday’s sport includes eight race meetings from Ireland and the UK, two World Matchplay darts 1/4 finals, golf’s Canadian Open & European Masters continue and plenty more besides.

Real Madrid play Manchester City in a friendly at the Melbourne Cricket Ground – live from 10.45am on Sky Sports 1.

Three games are scheduled to take place in the League of Ireland Premier Division:
Bohemians v Derry City (7.45pm)
Galway FC v Bray Wanderers (7.45pm)
Sligo Rovers v St Patrick’s Athletic (8.05pm, Setanta Ireland)

There are eight meetings from Ireland and the UK. They are:
Uttoxeter (1.40pm, National Hunt)
Ascot (1.50pm, Flat)
Thirsk (2.00pm, Flat)
Wexford (5.30pm, National Hunt)
Newmarket (5.35pm, Flat)
Down Royal (5.40pm, Flat)
Chepstow (5.50pm, Flat)
York (6.00pm, Flat)

They also race in South Africa at Fairview (11.05am)

Carlton play Hawthorn in an AFL clash at the Etihad Stadium in Melbourne – live from 10.30am on BT Sport.

Stage 19 of the Tour de France is a 138km journey from Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne to La Toussuire – Les Sybelles.
Live coverage from 12.15pm on TG4, Eurosport & ITV4.

Day seven from the World Matchplay in Blackpool, featuring two more quarter-finals.
James Wade v Mensur Suljovic (7.15pm)
Phil Taylor v Dave Chisnall (8.50pm)

Galway and Sligo clash in the Connacht Minor Football Championship Final replay.

On the European Tour, the European Masters (live from 10.00am & 2.30pm on Sky Sports 4) continues at Crans-Sur-Sierre, while on the PGA Tour, the Canadian Open (live from 8.00pm on Sky Sports 4) moves into day two in Ontario.

The Senior Open Championship moves into day two at Sunningdale Golf Club in Berkshire – live from 12.00pm & 5.00pm on Sky Sports 4.

There are seven BAGS / BEGS cards across the day:
Kinsley (10.31am)
Swindon (10.38am)
Hove (2.08pm)
Monmore (2.18pm)
Nottingham (6.28pm)
Towcester (6.33pm)
Sheffield (6.39pm)

Practise take place for the Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring – live from 8.55am and 1.00pm on BBC Two.

In Super League, Hull FC play Wigan Warriors – live from 7.30pm on Sky Sports 3.