Betting Preview – Sunday 1st February

Sunday’s sport sees more Premier League action, racing, the Super Bowl, the mens’ Australian Open final and much more.

Two games in the Premier League today.
Arsenal V Aston Villa (1:30pm, Sky Sports 1)
Southampton V Swansea (4pm, Sky Sports 1)

The first meeting of Celtic and Rangers in a few years, they play in the Scottish League Cup.
It is live on Setanta Ireland at 1:30pm.

In the African Cup of Nations:
Ghana V Guinea (4pm, Eurosport)
Ivory Coast V Algeria (7:30pm, Eurosport)

Other live games from around the leagues:

Melbourne City v Western Sydney Wanderers (6am, BT Sport 2)
Serie A
Sassuolo V Inter Milan (11:30am, BT Sport 1)
Udinese V Juventus (2pm, BT Sport 1)
AC Milan v Parma (7:45pm, ESPN)

Dutch Erdevise
Feyenoord V ADO Den Haag (11:30am, Sky Sports 5)
Vitesse Arnhem V Ajax (1:30pm, Sky Sports 5)

German Bundesliga
Werder Bremen v Hertha Berlin (2:30pm, BT Sport 2)
FC Augsburg v TSG Hoffenheim (4:30pm, BT Sport 1)

French Ligue 1
Caen v St Etienne (1pm, ESPN)
Bordeaux v Guingamp (4pm, ESPN)
Monaco v Lyon (8pm, BT Sport 1)

Spanish La Liga
Sevilla V Espanyol (6pm, Sky Sports 5)
Barcelona V Villarreal (8pm, Sky Sports 5)

Three meetings in the UK and Ireland

Musselburgh (1pm, NH)
Chelmsford City (1:15pm, AW Flat)
Punchestown (1:40pm, NH)

French racing comes from Pau from 12:45pm and in South Africa the meeting is Scottsville 11:05am.

The Superbowl takes place in Arizona and sees defending champions Seattle Seahawks face Tom Brady’s New England Patriots.
Channel 4 and Sky Sports 1 have it live. Kick-off is at 11:30pm.

Live game in the NBA
NY Knicks V LA Lakers (7pm, BT Sport 2)

There is an ODI between Australia and England getting underway at 2:50am, Sky Sports 2 has it live.

The Masters is the PDC event in Darts this week. It is live on ITV4 from Milton Keynes from 12:45pm and again for the evening session at 7pm on ITV4/Setanta Ireland.

The National Football League has games in all divisions on Sunday
Live on TG4 at 2pm is Kerry V Mayo a repeat of last year’s All-Ireland semi-final.

The final round of the Dubai Desert Classic in Dubai where Rory McIlroy is well in control will be live on Sky Sports 4 from 8am.
In the US, the Waste Management Phoenix Open concludes at TPC Scottsdale. Sky Sports 4 has the final round live from 6pm.

BAGS cards on Sunday come from:
Belle Vue 11:03am
Hove 11:11am
Perry Barr 2:06pm
Kinsley 2:12pm
Poole 6:04pm
Sittingbourne 6:11pm

The Boylesports National Coursing Championships continue in Clonmel.

There are a few games in the NHL. Live matches as follows:
Washington Capitals V St Louis Blues (6pm, Setanta Sports 1)
Vancouver Canucks V Minnesota Wild (8pm, Setanta Sports 1 from 8:30pm)

The Mens final at the Australian Open sees Novak Djokovic face Andy Murray.
It gets underway at 8:45am and is live on BBC1 and Eurosport