Betting Preview – Sunday 5th July 2015
Busy day of sport Sunday that sees plenty of racing action from the UK and Ireland, GAA, football and much more.
There are four meeting’s in the UK and Ireland on Sunday – they are:
Ayr (1:30pm, Flat)
Limerick (2:05pm, National Hunt)
Market Rasen (2:15pm, National Hunt)
Fairyhouse (2:25pm, Flat)
They also race Turffontein from 11:55am, Maisons-Laffitte from 1:00pm.
There are two matches live on TV on Sunday – they are:
US MLS – Columbus Crew v New York Red Bulls (12:30am kick-off, live on Sky Sports 1)
Brazil Campeonato Serie A – Sao Paulo v Fluminense (8:00pm kick-off, live on BT Sport 1)
The British Championships take place on Sunday (live on BBC2 from 2:20pm) from the Alexander Stadium in Birmingham.
Worcestershire Rapids take on the Durham Jets in the T20 Blast on Sunday (live on Sky Sports 2) from 2:00pm from New Road, while Derbyshire face Northamponshire at the same time
The 2015 Tour de France continues with stage two taking the riders a 166km journey from Utrecht to Zeeland in the Netherlands (live on TG4 from 12:10pm) and ITV4 from 1:00pm.
A busy Sunday of Championship action in both Football and Hurling – the schedule of play is:
Munster Minor Football Championship Final – Kerry v Tipperary (12:00pm)
Munster Senior Football Championship Final – Kerry v Cork (2:00pm, live on RTE 2)
All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Qualifier – Fermanagh v Antrim (3:00pm)
Leinster Minor Hurling Championship Final – Dublin v Kilkenny (2:00pm
All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Qualifier – Westmeath v Limerick (2:00pm)
Leinster Senior Hurling Championship Final – Galway v Kilkenny (4:00pm, live on RTE 2)
The final round of the Open de France comes to a close on Sunday in Paris (live on Sky Sports 5) from 12:00pm at the Le Golf National Course in the French capital. Elsewhere, the final day of the Ladies European Masters also comes to a close (live on Sky Sports 5) from 5:00pm at the Buckinghamshire Golf Club in Denham. Finally, the closing day of the Greenbrier Classic also takes place on Sunday (live on Sky Sports 5) from 7:00pm.
There are six BAGS cards on Sunday – they are:
Belle Vue (11:03am)
Perry Barr (2:06pm)
The 2015 British Grand Prix gets underway at Silverstone from 1:00pm on Sunday with live coverage on both BBC 1 from 12:15pm, Sky Sports 1 and F1 from 11:30am.