Betting Preview – Sunday 17th August 2014

Sunday’s sport includes Liverpool v Southampton and Newcastle v Man City in the Premier League, the final rounds in the PGA and European Tour golf tournaments and more.

Two games in the Premier League on Sunday, both are live on TV
Liverpool V Southampton (1:30pm, Sky Sports 1)
Newcastle V Manchester City (4pm, Sky Sports 1)

Elsewhere here is a list of the live TV games from all around Europe.
SPL: Hearts V Hibernian (12:30pm, Sky Sports 3)
Ligue 1: St Etienne V Reims (4pm, Setanta Ireland)
Ligue 1: Bordeaux V Monaco (8pm, Setanta Ireland/BT Sport 1)
Ligue 1: Marseille V Montpellier (4pm, BT Sport 2)
DFB-Pokal: SC Preussen Munster v Bayern Munich (Kick-off 3.00pm)

There are a total of 4 meetings in the UK and Ireland, two each on Sunday
Southwell (2:00, HN)
Pontefract (2:15, Flat)
Tramore (2:20, NH)
Dundalk (2:40, AW Flat)

French racing comes from Deauville, the card underway from 1:00pm, the highlight is the 3:10 Prix Jacque Le Marois.
In South Africa the fixture comes from Greyville (11:15am)

The regular six BAGS cards on Sunday

Belle Vue (11:03am)
Hove (11:11am)
Perry Barr (2:06pm)
Kinsley (2:12pm)
Poole (6:04pm)
Sittingbourne (6:11pm)

The final day of the European Championships in Zurich, RTE One, BBC2 and Eurosport all have live coverage from 7:45am and again at 1:40pm/1:50pm.

One live game in the AFL is Freemantle V Hawthorn (7:40am) and ESPN has coverage.
A MLB game live on BT Sport 2 is Los Angeles Dodgers V Milwaukee Brewers underway from 9:10pm.

The third day of the Fifth Test between England and India at the Oval will be live on Sky Sports 2 from 10am.

The final stage of the Eneco Tour will be live on Eurosport 2 from 1:45pm

The All-Ireland Hurling Semi-Final between Tipperary and Cork throws in at 3:30pm in Croke Park.
RTE Two have the Sunday Game live coverage from 2:45pm and Sky Sports 3 from 3pm.

The All-Ireland Minor Hurling semi-final where Galway and Limerick face off will be live on TG4 with throw in at 1:30pm.

The final round of the Made In Denmark on the European Tour. Sky Sports 4 have it live from 11:30am until completion.

Meanwhile in the US on the PGA Tour, The Wyndham Championship concludes at the Sedgefield Country Club. Sky Sports 4 have live coverage from 8pm.

The Moto GP stages its Grand Prix of the Czech Republic. It will be live from 9:30am on BT Sport 2.

The Third Place Play-off of the Womens Rugby World Cup, Ireland V France kicks off at 3:30pm Irish time and will be live on TG4.

The Final between England and Canada will also be live on TG4 and also Sky Sports 4, kick off at 5:45pm.

The final of the ATP Cincinnati Masters will be live on Sky Sports 3 from 9pm.
The WTA Western & Southern Open final will be live on BT Sport 2 from 6:30pm.