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Betting Preview – Saturday 26th September 2015

Saturday’s packed day of sport includes seven race meetings in the UK & Ireland, eight Premier League ties, three Rugby World Cup clashes and lots more.

Eight games are scheduled to take place in the Premier League. The live games are:
Tottenham v Manchester City (12.45pm, BT Sport 1)
Manchester United v Sunderland (3.00pm, Setanta Sports 1)
Newcastle v Chelsea (5.30pm, Sky Sports 1)

Other live games across the day are:
English Championship – MK Dons v Derby (12.30pm, Sky Sports 1)
Ligue 1 – Nantes v Paris St Germain (4.30pm, Setanta Ireland)
La Liga – Real Madrid v Malaga (5.15pm, Sky Sports 2)
Serie A – Roma v Carpi (5.00pm, BT Sport 2)
Bundesliga – Hamburg v Schalke (5.30pm, BT Sport Europe)
Eredivisie – Ajax v Groningen (6.45pm, Sky Sports 5)
Ligue 1 – Bordeaux v Lyon (7.00pm, BT Sport 2)
La Liga – Villareal v Atletico Madrid (7.30pm, Sky Sports 2)

In the League of Ireland Premier Division, three games take place:
Limerick FC v Dundalk (6.30)
Longford v St Patrick’s Athletic (7.30pm)
Sligo Rovers v Bray Wanderers (7.45pm)

There are seven meetings from Ireland and the UK. They are:
Newmarket (1.30pm, Flat)
Market Rasen (1.40pm, National Hunt)
Navan (1.50pm, National Hunt)
Chester (1.55pm, Flat)
Ripon (2.05pm, Flat)
Haydock (2.10pm, Flat)
Chelmsford (5.45pm, Flat)

They also race in France at Auteuil (1.00pm, National Hunt), and in South Africa at the Vaal (10.55am) and Durbanville (12.15pm)

On the European Tour, the Porsche European Open (live from 12.00pm on Sky Sports 4) continues in Germany, while on the PGA Tour, the Tour Championship (live from 4.00pm on Sky Sports 4) moves into day three.

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 take place for the Japanese Grand Prix at the Suzuka Circuit – live from 3.55am on BBC Two & Setanta Ireland.

In Super League, Bradford Bulls play Halifax (3.00pm)

Three games take place at the Rugby World Cup:
Italy v Canada (2.30pm, TV3)
South Africa v Samoa (4.45pm, TV3)
England v Wales (8.00pm, TV3)

Day five of the St Petersburg Open takes place on Thursday (live on Eurosport) from 12:00pm, with coverage of the indoor tournament from Sibur Arena in Russia, while day five of the Toray Pan Pacific (live on BT Sport 1) from 4:00am continues in Tokyo, Japan.