Betting Preview – Saturday 25th July

Saturday’s sport features seven race meetings in Ireland and the UK, Emirates Cup football, World Matchplay darts semi-final action, the Canadian Open and European Masters continue and lots more.

At the International Champions Cup, AC Milan play Inter Milan (1.00pm, Sky Sports3), while Paris Saint-Germain play Chelsea (10.50pm, Sky Sports 1)

At the Emirates Cup, Wolfsburg play Villareal (2.00pm) and Arsenal play Lyon (4.00pm) – both games are live on BT Sport 1.

In the League of Ireland Premier Division, Longford play Drogheda United (7.30pm)

Other live games:
In the Swiss Super League, Grasshoppers play FC Basel (7.00pm, BT Sport 1)
Juventus v Borussia Dortmund (6.00pm, BT Sport 2)

There are seven meetings from Ireland and the UK. They are:
Ascot (1.30pm, Flat)
York (1.45pm, Flat)
Newmarket (1.55pm, Flat)
Newcastle (2.10pm, Flat)
Wexford (2.25pm, Flat)
Salisbury (5.15pm, Flat)
Lingfield (5.30pm, Flat)

They also race in South Africa at Kenilworth (11.40am)

Essendon play Port Adelaide in an AFL encounter at the Etihad Stadium – live from 10.00am on BT Sport.

Scotland and Hong Kong meet in an ICC World T20 qualifier – live from 9.30am on Sky Sports 5.

Stage 20 of the Tour de France is a 110.5km journey from Modane to Alpe d’Huez.
Live coverage from 12.05pm on TG4, ITV4 & Eurosport.

It’s semi-finals night at the World Matchplay in Blackpool – live from 7.00pm on Sky Sports 1.

In the football championship, Round 4A qualifiers take place:
Fermanagh v Westmeath (5.00pm, Sky Sports 3)
Cork v Kildare (7.00pm, Sky Sports 3)

In the Ladies Football Championship, the game between Armagh and Laois is live from 6.30pm on TG4.

On the European Tour, the European Masters (live from 11.30am on Sky Sports 4) moves onto round three at Crans-Sur-Sierre, while on the PGA Tour, the Canadian Open (live from 7.00pm on Sky Sports 4) moves into the third round.

The Senior Open Championship continues at Sunningdale – live from 3.30pm on Sky Sports 4.

There are six BAGS / BEGS cards across the day:
Romford (10.31am)
Crayford (10.38am)
Newcastle (2.24pm)
Wimbledon (6.28pm)
Monmore (6.33pm)
Towcester (6.39pm)

Qualifying takes place for the Hungarian Grand Prix – live form 1.00pm on BBC One.

At the Rugby Championship, two games take place:
South Africa v New Zealand (3.30pm, Sky Sports 1)
Argentina v Australia (11.40pm, Sky Sports 3)