Betting Preview – Wednesday 6th January

There’s Capital One Cup football, 4 UK race meetings and Day 5 from the BDO World Championships on Wednesday’s sporting fixture list.

The second Capital One Cup semi-final first-leg tie sees Everton play Manchester City – kick-off 8.00pm; live on Sky Sports 1.

In the Copa del Rey, the first-leg ties in the Round of 16 take place – the early kick-off is Athletic Bilbao v Villareal (11.00am)
In Serie A, nine games are scheduled to take place – the following games are live on BT Sport Europe:
Udinese v Atalanta (11.30am; Setanta Ireland)
Juventus v Verona (2.00pm)
Empoli v Inter Milan (5.00pm); Setanta Ireland)
Napoli v Torino (7.45pm; Setanta Ireland)
In Portugal’s Primiera Liga, the game between FC Porto and Rio Ave is live from 8.15pm on BT Sport 2.

There are four meetings from the UK. They are:
Chelmsford (12.30pm, Flat)
Huntingdon (12.40pm, National Hunt)
Wolverhampton (12.50pm, Flat)
Kempton (4.10pm, Flat)

They also race in South Africa at Kenilworth (10.40am) and in France at Marseille (3.35pm)

Australia v West Indies – day four of the Third Test in Sydney – live from 11.25pm on Sky Sports 2.
South Africa v England – day five of the Second Test in Cape Town – live from 8.00am on Sky Sports 2.
Melbourne Stars v Hobart Hurricanes – Big Bash clash – live from 8.30am on Sky Sports 1.

Day five from the BDO World Championship – live from 1.00pm on BBC Two & 6.00pm on BT Sport 1.

There are seven BAGS / BEGS cards across the day:
Hall Green (11.03am)
Newcastle (11.11am)
Hove (2.08pm)
Belle Vue (2.18pm)
Swindon (6.28pm)
Yarmouth (6.33pm)
Sunderland (6.39pm)

Peterborough (7.25pm) and Romford (7.31pm) are both live on RPGTV.

The Hopman Cup is into day four in Perth, featuring France v Germany and Australia v Great Britain – live from 9.30am on Eurosport 2.
On the ATP Tour, events continue in Chennai, Brisbane (Brisbane International) – live from 10.00am on BT Sport 1 and Doha (Qatar Open – live from 2.00pm & 6.30pm on Eurosport 2).
On the WTA Tour, the Brisbane International also continues, along with the Shenzhen Open (China) and ASB Classic (New Zealand).