Betting Preview – Sunday 22nd February 2015

Sunday’s sport includes three race meetings in the UK & Ireland, three Premier League ties, the Cricket World Cup continues and lots more.

There are three meetings in the UK and Ireland on Sunday – they are:

Naas (1:50pm, National Hunt)
Southwell (2:00pm, National Hunt)
Fontwell (2:10pm, National Hunt)

They also race at Greyville in South Africa from 11:10am and Angers in France from 1:15pm.

There are live matches in England, Australia, Wales, Holland, Italy, Germany and Spain on Sunday – the live Premier League matches are:

English Premier League – Tottenham v West Ham (12:00pm kick-off, live on BT Sport 1)
English Premier League – Everton v Leicester City (2:05pm kick-off, live on Sky Sports 1)
English Premier League – Southampton v Liverpool (4:15pm kick-off, live on Sky Sports 1)

The World Cup continues on Sunday with two matches down for decision (live on Sky Sports 2) – they are:

Cricket World Cup – India v South Africa (3:30am)
Cricket World Cup – England v Scotland (10:00pm)

It’s a busy Sunday in the National Hurling League with matches down for decision in Division’s 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B and 3A – the feature games are:

National Hurling League, Division 1A – Kilkenny v Dublin (2:00pm @ Nowlan Park, live on TG4)
National Hurling League, Division 1A – Tipperary v Galway (2:00pm @ Semple Stadium)

The final round of the Indian Open takes place in the early hours of Sunday morning (live on Sky Sports 4) from 6:30am at the Delhi Golf Club on the European Tour. Elsewhere, the closing round of the Northern Trust Open takes place on the PGA Tour (live on Sky Sports 4) from 6:00pm) at the Riviera Golf Club in California.

There are six BAGS cards on Sunday – they are:

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

There is one match in the Pro 12 on Sunday as Connacht travel to Rodney Parade to play the Newport Gwent Dragons (kick-off 4:00pm).

The 2015 Welsh Open final takes place on Sunday (live on Eurosport and Eurosport 2 from 1:00pm and 7:00pm).

The Rio Open final takes place on Sunday (live on Sky Sports 3) from 9:00pm.