Betting Preview – Friday 31st October
Friday’s sport includes six meetings from the UK & Ireland, Norwich v Bolton and much more.
The live game in the English Championship is Norwich v Bolton – kick-off is the 7.45pm, live on Sky Sports 1.
Other live games across the day are:
SPL (Scotland): St Johnstone v Motherwell, 7.45, BT Sport 1
La Liga (Spain): Deportivo La Coruna v Getafe, Sky Sports 5, 7.45
Bundesliga (Germany): Schalke v Augsburg, 7.30, BT Sport 2
Ligue 1 (France) Monaco v Reims, 7.30, ESPN
MLS Playoffs (USA): NY Red Bulls v Sporting Kansas City, 12.0
A-League (Australia) Melbourne v Adelaide, BT Sport 1, 8.40am
In the League of Ireland Premier Division, Galway play UCD (7.45pm)
There are six meetings from Ireland and the UK. They are:
Newmarket (12.30pm, Flat)
Uttoxeter (12.50pm, National Hunt)
Down Royal (1.05pm, National Hunt)
Wetherby (1.10pm, National Hunt)
Wolverhampton (4.25pm, Flat)
Dundalk (6.10pm, Flat)
They also race in the UAE at Jebel Ali (10.15am, Flat) and in Californaia at Santa Anita (9.25pm, Flat)
The live game in the NFL is Carolina Panthers v New Orleans Saints – live from 12.25am on Sky Sports 1.
The NBA season kicked off earlier this week, six games take place with the live games:
Cleveland @ Chicago (12.0 midnight Friday/Saturday; BT Sport 1)
There are six BAGS cards across the day:
On the European Tour, the Shanghai Masters (live from 3.00am on Sky Sports 4) continues in China, while on the PGA Tour, the CIMB Classic moves into day two in Kuala Lumpur.
The 17th round of the F1 season takes place this weekend with the United States Grand Prix. Practise takes place from 3.55pm on Setanta Ireland.
In the Pro 12, three games take place:
Glasgow Warriors v Benetton Treviso (7.35pm)
Leinster v Edinburgh (7.35pm, TG4)
Ospreys v Connacht (7.35pm)
The International Championship, the fourth world ranking event of the season continues in Chengdu, China.
Live coverage from 7.30am on Eurosport.
On the ATP Tour, the BNP Paribas Masters (live from 1.00pm & 6.30pm on Sky Sports 3) continues, while on the WTA Tour, the Yinzhou Bank International (China) and Tournament of Champions (Bulgaria) continue.