Betting Preview – Saturday 21st November
It’s a busy day for sport fans with Premier League football, Real Madrid hosting Barcelona, golf, boxing and racing amongst a packed schedule on Saturday.
Eight games are scheduled to take place in the Premier League. The live games are:
Watford v Manchester United (12.45pm, BT Sport 1)
Chelsea v Norwich (3.00pm, Setanta Sports 1)
Manchester City v Liverpool (5.30pm, Sky Sports 1)
Other live games on Saturday include:
English Championship – Bristol City v Hull (12.30pm, Sky Sports 1)
Serie A – Bologna v Roma (5.00pm, BT Sport 2 & Setanta Ireland)
La Liga – Real Madrid v Barcelona (5.15pm, Sky Sports 2)
Bundesliga – Schalke v Bayern Munich (5.30pm, BT Sport 1)
La Liga – Espanyol v Malaga (7.30pm, Sky Sports 2)
Serie A – Juventus v AC Milan (7.45pm, BT Sport 1)
La Liga – Valencia v Las Palmas (9.00pm, Sky Sports 2)
There are six meetings from Ireland and the UK. They are:
Lingfield (11.45pm, Flat)
Huntingdon (12.00pm, National Hunt)
Haydock (12.10pm, National Hunt)
Ascot (12.20pm, National Hunt)
Gowran (12.25pm, National Hunt)
Wolverhampton (5.45pm, Flat)
They also race in South Africa at the Vaal (10.20am) and Kenilworth (11.20am)
The live game in the NBA sees New Orleans Pelicans play San Antonio Spurs – live from 1.00am on BT Sport 1.
The WBA lightweight title fight between Anthony Crolla and Darleys Perez is live from 8.00pm on Sky Sports 1.
The opening session from the World Series of Darts Finals is live from 12.45pm on ITV4.
The evening session is live from 7.00pm on ITV4.
Ireland and Australia meet in the International Rules Series – play begins at 7.00pm in Croke Park.
Ireland and Scotland meet in the second test of the Hurling / Shinty International – play begins at 4.30pm in Croke Park.
Both games are live on RTE 2.
On the European Tour, the DP World Tour Championship (live from 8.00am on Sky Sports 4) continues in Dubai, while on the PGA Tour, the RSM Classic moves onto round three in Georgia.
On the Ladies PGA Tour, the CME Group Tour Championship continues – live from 6.30pm on Sky Sports 4.
There are seven BAGS / BEGS cards across the day:
In the European Champions Cup, the following games take place:
Pool 4 – Treviso v Leicester Tigers (2.00pm, Sky Sports 2)
Pool 5 – Bath v Leinster (3.15pm)
Pool 1 – Toulouse v Oyonnax (4.15pm, BT Sport 2)
Pool 3 – Glasgow Warriors v Northampton Saints (5.15pm, Sky Sports 5)
Pool 3 – Scarlets v Racing 92 (5.30pm)
Barbarians and Argentina meet in an International game at Twickenham marking the 125th anniversary celebrations.
Live coverage from 3.05pm on Sky Sports 2.
It’s semi-finals day at the ATP World Tour Finals in the O2 Arena in London. The line-up is:
Novak Djokovic v Rafael Nadal (2.00pm, Sky Sports 3)
Roger Federer v Stan Wawrinka (8.00pm, Sky Sports 3)