Betting Preview – Friday 11th September 2015
Friday’s sport includes five race meetings from Ireland and the UK, the US Open continues, the NFL season starts and lots more.
The live games are:
Bundesliga II – Kaiserslautern v Freiburg (5.30pm, BT Sport Europe)
La Liga – Levante v Sevilla (7.30pm, Sky Sports 3)
Ligue 1 – PSG v Bordeaux (7.30pm, BT Sport 2 & Setanta Ireland)
Bundesliga – Monchengladbach v Hamburg (7.30pm, BT Sport Europe)
SPL – Inverness CT v Hearts (7.45pm, BT Sport 1)
English Championship – Reading v Ipswich (8.00pm, Sky Sports 5)
In the FAI Cup, four games take place.
The live game is Dundalk v Sligo Rovers (7.25pm, RTE Two)
There are five meetings from Ireland and the UK. They are:
Sandown (1.45pm, Flat)
Doncaster (1.55pm, Flat)
Chester (2.05pm, Flat)
Down Royal (4.00pm, Flat)
Salisbury (4.10pm, Flat)
They also race in South Africa at Fairview (12.15pm) and Greyville (5.15pm)
New England Patriots play Pittsburgh Steelers in the opening fixture of the season.
Live coverage from 1.30am on Sky Sports 1.
West Coast Eagles play Hawthorn in an AFL clash in Perth – live from 11.00am on BT Sport 1.
England play Australia in a One Day International at Headingley – live from 10.00am on Sky Sports 2.
Stage 19 of the Vuelta a Espana features a 185.8km journey from Medina del Campo to Avila.
Live coverage from 3.00pm on TG4 & Eurosport.
The Tour of Britain moves onto Stage 6, featuring a 192.8km journey from Stoke-on-Trent to Nottingham.
Live coverage from 1.00pm on ITV4 & Eurosport 2.
On the European Tour, the KLM Open continues in the Netherlands.
On the Ladies European Tour, the Evian Championship moves onto day two in France – live from 10.00am on Sky Sports 4.
There are seven BAGS / BEGS cards across the day:
The Six Red World Championship continues in Thailand.
In Super League, Wigan Warriors play Hull FC – live from 8.00pm on Sky Sports 2.
In the Pro12, two games take place:
Newport Gwent Dragons v Zebre (7.05pm)
Glasgow Warriors v Connacht (7.35pm, TG4)
In France’s Top 14, Castres play Oyonnax – live from 7.45pm on Sky Sports 4.
It’s Men’s semi-finals day at the US Open – due to start at 12.00am Fri. The line-up is:
Novak Djokovic v Marin Cilic
Stanislas Wawrinka v Roger Federer