Betting Preview – Friday 9th October 2015

Friday’s sport includes five race meetings in Ireland and the UK, England are in Euro 2016 Qualifiers action, the Rugby World Cup continues and lots more.

More Euro 2016 qualifiers with nine games in total:
Group C – Macedonia v Ukraine (7.45pm)
Group C – Slovakia v Belarus (7.45pm)
Group C – Spain v Luxembourg (7.45pm, Sky Sports 2)
Group E – England v Estonia (7.45pm, UTV)
Group E – Slovenia v Lithuania (7.45pm)
Group E – Switzerland v San Marino (7.45pm)
Group G – Liechtenstein v Sweden (7.45pm)
Group G – Moldova v Russia (7.45pm)
Group G – Montenegro v Austria (7.45pm)

Ireland and Lithuania clash in an U21 European Championship qualifier at the RSC in Waterford – live from 5.30pm on Setanta Ireland.

In the League of Ireland Premier Division, five games are down for decision.
The live game is Shamrock Rovers v Dundalk – live from 7.45pm on RTE 2.

There are five meetings from Ireland and the UK. They are:
Newmarket (1.35pm, Flat)
York (1.45pm, Flat)
Newton Abbot (1.55pm, National Hunt)
Dundalk (5.30pm, Flat)
Wolverhampton (5.40pm, Flat)

They also race in South Africa at Fairview (12.05pm) and Greyville (5.15pm)

The opening game in the latest round of fixtures in the NFL sees Indianapolis Colts @ Houston Texans – live from 1.25am on Sky Sports 1.

The World Grand Prix continues at Citywest in Dublin with the semi-finals – live from 7.00pm on Sky Sports .

The British Masters continues at the Woburn Golf Club (live from 9.00am on Sky 1 & Sky Sports 1), while The Presidents Cup moves onto day two in South Korea.

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

At the Rugby World Cup, the sole game is a Pool C encounter between New Zealand and Tonga at St James’s Park – live from 8.00pm on TV3.

The Ruhr Open begins in Mulheim, Germany – live from 8.30am on Eurosport.

On the ATP Tour, tournaments continue in Tokyo and Beijing, while on the WTA Tour, the China Open (live from 6.00am on Sky Sports 3) continues in Beijing.