Betting Preview – Friday 26th September 2014
Friday’s sport includes Day 1 of the 2014 Ryder Cup from Gleneagles, Airtricity League of Ireland action, six race meetings from Ireland and the UK and more…
Six games take place in the League of Ireland Premier Division.
The live game is Cork City v Sligo Rovers (7.05pm, RTE 2)
Games take place in Germany and Spain. The live games are:
Bundesliga – Mainz v Hoffenheim (7.30pm, BT Sport 1)
La Liga – Elche v Celta Vigo (8.00pm, Sky Sports 5)
There are six meetings from Ireland and the UK. They are:
Haydock (1.30pm, Flat)
Newmarket (1.40pm, Flat)
Worcester (1.50pm, National Hunt)
Downpatrick (2.05pm, National Hunt)
Dundalk (5.40pm, Flat)
Wolverhampton (5.45pm, Flat)
They also race in South Africa at Fairview (12.25pm, Flat) and Greyville (5.05pm, Flat)
The live game in the NFL is Washington Redskins v New York Giants (live from 1.25am on Sky Sports 2)
The live game in the Major League, sees New York Yankees play Baltimore Orioles (live from 12.05am on BT Sport 1)
Games continue in the County Championship in the UK, with the live game involving Lancashire and Middlesex.
Live coverage from 10.00am on Sky Sports 2.
Barbados Tridents play Cape Cobras, and Kings XI Punjab play Northern Knights in Group B of the Champions League T20.
The 2014 Ryder Cup begins at Gleneagles.
Morning fourballs begin at 7.35am, with the afternoon foursomes beginning at 1.15pm.
Live coverage from 7.00am on Sky Sports 4.
There are six BAGS cards across the day.
In Super League, Huddersfield Giants play Catalans Dragons (live from 8.00pm, Sky Sports 1)
In the Pro12, three games are down for decision:
Edinburgh v Scarlets (7.35pm)
Glasgow Warriors v Connacht (7.35pm)
Leinster v Cardiff Blues (7.35pm, TG4)
In the Aviva Premiership, London Welsh play Gloucester Rugby (7.45pm)
The live game in France’s Top 14 involves Bayonne and Toulouse (live from 7.45pm on Sky Sports 2)
On the ATP Tour, the Malaysian Open (live from 11.30am on Eurosport) and Shonzhen Open continue, while on the WTA Tour, the Wuhan Open (live from 8.00am on BT Sport 2) moves into day two.