Betting Preview – Sunday 12th July 2015

Sunday’s packed day of sport includes five race meetings in Ireland and the UK, the Men’s Singles Final at Wimbledon, UFC 189, the conclusion of the Scottish Open and the John Deere Classic and lots more.

At the U-19 UEFA Football Championship, the following games take place:
France v Greece (7.00pm, Eurosport)
Ukraine v Austria (7.00pm)

In the MLS, New York City FC play Toronto FC – live from 8.00pm on Sky Sports 1.

Games at the Telekom Cup are live on BT Sport 1.

There are five meetings from Ireland and the UK:
Perth (2.00pm, National Hunt)
Southwell (2.10pm, National Hunt)
Stratford (2.20pm, National Hunt)
Sligo (2.25pm, National Hunt)
Dundalk (2.35pm, Flat)

They also race in South Africa at Scottsville (11.35am) and in France at Chantilly (1.00pm)

Hawthorn play Fremantle in an AFL clash in Tasmania – live from 6.00am on BT Sport.

Stage nine of the Tour de France features a 28km team time-trial from Vannes to Plumelec.
Live coverage from 1.55pm on TG4 and ITV4.

Provincial hurling and football championship finals take place, plus two football qualifiers:
Leinster SFC Final – Dublin v Westmeath (2.00pm, RTE 2)
Ulster SHC Final – Antrim v Down (3.30pm)
Munster SHC Final – Tipperary v Waterford (4.00pm, RTE 2)

Football Qualifiers
Round 2B – Armagh v Galway (3.00pm)
Round 3A – Fermanagh v Roscommon (3.30pm)

On the European Tour, the Scottish Open (live from 2.00pm on Sky Sports 4) concludes in Muirfield, while on the PGA Tour, the John Deere Classic (live from 6.00pm on Sky Sports 5) moves into round four in Illinois.

The US Women’s Open concludes in Pennsylvania – live from 7.30pm on Sky Sports 4.

There are seven BAGS / BEGS cards across the day:
Belle Vue (11.03am)
Hove (11.11am)
Perry Barr (2.06pm)
Kinsley (2.12pm)
Towcester (2.24pm)
Poole (6.04pm)
Sittingbourne (6.11pm)

It’s Men’s finals day at Wimbledon as Novak Djokovic plays Roger Federer.
Live coverage from 2.00pm on BBC One.

Conor McGregor and Chad Mendes go head-to-head in a featherweight title fight.
The fight is expected to start at approximately 4.00am on BT Sport 2.