Betting Preview – Friday 21st November
Friday’s action sees the Championship fixture between Brentford & Fulham, five meetings from the UK & more.
Two games take place in the English Championship:
Brentford v Fulham (7.45pm, Sky Sports 1)
Cardiff v Reading (7.45pm)
In Europe’s main leagues, the live games are:
Ligue 1 – Metz v PSG (7.30pm, BT Sport 1)
Bundesliga II – Kaiserslautern v Darmstadt (7.30pm, ESPN)
La Liga – Athletic Bilbao v Espanyol (7.45pm, Sky Sports 5)
There are five meetings from Ireland and the UK. They are:
Ffos Las (12.40pm, National Hunt)
Haydock (12.50pm, National Hunt)
Ascot (1.00pm, National Hunt)
Wolverhampton (4.10pm, Flat)
Dundalk (5.40pm, Flat)
They also race in South Africa at Fairview (10.35am, Flat) and Greyville (4.00pm, Flat)
The live game in the NFL is Oakland Raiders v Kansas City Chiefs (1.25am, Sky Sports 1)
The live game in the NBA is Miami Heat v Los Angeles Clippers (1.00am, BT Sports 1)
Australia play South Africa in the fourth match of a five-game series at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Live coverage from 3.15am on Sky Sports 2.
On the European Tour, the World Tour Championship continues in Dubai, with Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry disputing the lead on six under par.
Live coverage from 8.00am on Sky Sports 4.
In Australia, the Australian Masters second round commences late on Wednesday and continues through to early on Thursday.
On the Ladies PGA Tour, the CMW Group Tour Championship moves into day two – live from 6.30pm on Sky Sports 4.
There are seven BAGS cards across the day:
Practise for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at the Yas Marina Circuit.
Live coverage from 8.55am on BBC One & Setanta Ireland.
In the Pro 12, four games are down for decision:
Newport Gwent Dragons v Munster (7.30pm)
Connacht v Zebre (7.35pm, TG4)
Scarlets v Glasgow Warriors (7.35pm)
Ulster v Ospreys (7.35pm, BBC Two)
In the Aviva Premiership, two games take place:
Harlequins v Sale Sharks (7.45pm, BT Sport 2)
Newcastle Falcons v Gloucester (8.00pm)
The Ruhr Open begins in Mulheim Germany – live from 8.30am on Eurosport.
France play Switzerland in the opening single rubbers on day one of the World Cup final in Lille.
Live coverage from 12.30am on Eurosport.