Betting Preview – Friday 5th December

Friday’s sports sees football from across Europe, Racing from the UK and Ireland, NFL and much more.

There are five meetings in the UK and Ireland on Friday – they are:
Lingfield (12:30pm, Flat)
Exeter (12:40pm, National Hunt)
Sandown (12:50pm, National Hunt)
Woverhampton (4:00pm, Flat)
Dundalk (6:15pm, Flat)
They also race at Fairview (10:40am) and Greyville (3:30pm) in South Africa.

There are a number of live matches on TV on Friday – they are:
Australian Hyundai A-League – Central Coast Mariners v Melbourne Victory (8:40am kick-off, live on BT Sport 1)
English Under-18 Premier League – Man United v Liverpool (7:00pm kick-off, live on LFCTV & MUTV)
German Bundesliga – Borussia Dortmund v Hoffenheim (7:30pm kick-off, live on BT Sport Extra)
English Championship – Fulham v Watford (7:45pm kick-off, live on Sky Sports 1)
Scottish Premiership – Ross County v Dundee United (7:45pm kick-off, live on BT Sport 1)
Italian Serie A – Fiorentina v Juventus (7:45pm kick-off, live on ESPN)
English FA Cup, Second Round – Hartlepool v Blyth Spartans (7:55pm kick-off, live on BBC2)

There’s one match on Friday morning as week 14 of the NFL season gets underway with the Dallas Cowboys up against the Chicago Bears from 1:25am Irish-time.

There are three matches in the NBA on Friday morning – they are:
NBA – New York v Cleveland (1:05am Irish-time)
NBA – Portland v Indiana (3:05am Irish-time)
NBA – Golden State v New Orleans (3:35am Irish-time)

The second round of the Nedbank Challenge takes place from the Gary Player Country Club in Sun City on Friday (live on Sky Sports 4 from 8:00am). Elsewhere, the World Golf Challenge continues in Orlando, Florida (live on Sky Sports 4 from 7:00pm).

There are seven BAGS cards on Friday – they are:
Kinsley (10:31am)
Hove (10:38am)
Swindon (2:08pm)
Monmore (2:18pm)
Nottingham (6:28pm)
Peterborough (6:33pm)
Sheffield (6:39pm)

There’s one live match in the European Champions Cup on Friday night as Montpellier take on Bath at the Altrad Stadium (live on BT Sport 2 from 7:45pm).

The UK Championship continues in York on Friday with two quarter-finals down for decision (live on BBC & Eurosport) across the day.

The third day of the Statoil Masters takes place at the Royal Albert Hall on Friday (live on ITV4 from 7:30pm).