Betting Preview – Sunday 6th July 2014
Sunday’s sport includes four race meetings from Ireland and the UK, the men’s Wimbledon finals get underway, the Munster SFC final and more.
There are no live matches on TV on Sunday, but two games are down for decision in the Irish Premier Division – they are:
Irish Premier Division – Athlone Town v Derry City (4:00pm kick-off)
Irish Premier Division – Sligo Rovers v Cork City (7:00pm kick-off)
There are four meetings in the UK and Ireland on Sunday – they are:
Ayr (1:30pm, Flat)
Market Rasen (2:15pm, National Hunt)
Bellewstown (2:20pm, National Hunt)
Limerick (2:35pm, National Hunt)
They also race at Turffontein in South Africa from 11:50am and Maisons-Laffitte in France at 12:30pm.
Elsewhere, – the German Derby (Deutsches Derby) takes place in Hamburg at 4:05pm, where the Aidan O’Brien trained Geoffrey Chaucer takes his chance, while Andrew Bailding’s Side Glance runs in the United Nations Stakes at Monmouth Park (11:13pm Irish-time, live on Stetanta Sports 1 from 10:30pm) on Sunday night.
There is further action from the T20 Blast on Sunday as Hampshire take on Somerset in their South Division encounter at the Ageas Bowel (live on Sky Sports 2 from 2:00pm). Elsewhere, the West Indies and New Zealand clash in the second game of a two-match T20 series from Windsor Park in Roseau, Dominica (live on Sky Sports 2 from 6:30pm)
The second stage of the Tour de France takes place on Sunday as the riders take a 201km journey from York to Sheffield (live on ITV4 from 10:30am and Eurosport).
It’s a busy Sunday in Gaelic Games with matches across the country – they are:
Munster Football Championship Final – Cork v Kerry (2:00pm throw-in, live on RTE 2)
All-Ireland Football Championship, Round 2A Qualifier – Wexford v Laois (2:00pm throw-in)
Ulster Football Championship, Semi-Final Replay – Armagh v Monaghan (3:30pm throw-in)
Leinster Hurling Championship Final – Dublin v Kilkenny (4:00pm throw-in, live on RTE 2)
The final round of the Open de France takes place on Sunday in Paris (live on Sky Sports 4 from 12:00pm). It’s an event close to the heart of Ireland’s Graeme McDowell after the Irishman won the event last year. Elsewhere, the Ladies European Masters comes to a close on Sunday, with the final round of the Greenbrier Classic also down for decision (live on Sky Sports 4 at 5:00pm & 7:00pm).
There are six BAGS cards on Sunday – they are:
Belle Vue (11:03am)
Perry Barr (2:06pm)
The 2014 British Grand Prix at Silverstone takes place on Sunday with Nico Rosberg on pole position for the event which gets underway at 1:00pm (live on BBC2, Sky Sports F1 and Setanta Ireland). Rosberg took pole after Saturday’s qualifying ahead of fellow country-man Sebastian Vettel, with local favourite Jenson Button back in third place on the grid.
The men’s singles final is the highlight of action at Wimbledon as Novak Djokovic takes on Roger Federer in this year’s decider (live on TG4 and BBC1 from 2:00pm).