Betting Preview – Wednesday 5th August 2015
A relatively busy day awaits on Wednesday with four live football matches, six race meetings, Citi Open tennis and more.
There are six meetings in the UK and Ireland on Wednesday – they are:
Brighton (1:50pm, Flat)
Chepstow (2:00pm, Flat)
Pontefract (2:10pm, Flat)
Newcastle (5:20pm, Flat)
Sligo (5:30pm, Flat)
Kempton (6:10pm, Flat)
They also race at Durbanville in South Africa from 12:00pm.
There are six BAGS cards on Wednesday – they are:
Hall Green (11:03am)
Belle Vue (2:18pm)
They also race on RPGTV from Peterborough (7:25pm) and Romford (7:31pm).
There are four matches live on TV on Wednesday – they are:
Audi Cup – Real Madrid or Tottenham v Bayern Munich or AC Milan (5:15pm kick-off, live on Premier Sports)
UEFA Champions League, Third Qualifying Round, Second-Leg – FK Qarabag v Celtic (5:30pm kick-off, live on BT Sport Europe)
Audi Cup – Real Madrid or Tottenham v Bayern Munich or AC Milan (7:45pm kick-off, live on Premier Sports)
International Champions Cup – Chelsea v Fiorentina (8:00pm kick-off, live on Chelsea TV & Sky Sports 1)
There are a number of matches down for decision in the MLB from just after midnight (Irish-time) on Wednesday morning.
There are four matches down for decision in the WNBA from just after midnight (Irish-time) on Wednesday morning.
Action In the Royal London Cup continues on Wednesday with five matches scheduled, while the clash between Warwickshire and Hampshire is (live on Sky Sports 2) from 1:55pm at Edgbaston.
The 2015 Tour of Poland continues on Wednesday (live on Eurosport 2) from 2:45pm with the riders taking a 166km journey from Zawiercie to Katowice in Stage 3.
The 2015 World Championships continue on Wednesday (live on BBC2 from 4:00pm & Eurosport from 7:15am, 12:00pm & 3:15pm) with day four of the action from the Kazan Arena in Russia featuring the finals in the men’s 200m butterfly, 50m breaststroke and 800m freestyle.
Further coverage of the 2015 Citi Open takes place on Wednesday (live on Sky Sports 3) from 9:00pm and (BT Sport 2) from 7:00pm at the William HG Fitzgerald Tennis Centre in Washington DC, USA.