Betting Preview – Friday 27th February 2015
A busy day of sport on the cards on Friday with day two from both the Joburg Open and the Honda Classic, Ireland U20s v England U20s in the Six Nations and much more.
The games taking place in Europe’s main leagues are:
Bundeliga – Bayern Munich v Cologne (7.30pm, ESPN)
Ligue 1 – Marseille v Caen (7.30pm)
La Liga – Espanyol v Cordoba (7.45pm)
In the Scottish League, Falkirk play Rangers – kick-off 7.45pm; ESPN.
There are meetings from Ireland and the UK. They are:
Newbury (2.00pm, National Hunt)
Doncaster (2.10pm, National Hunt)
Lingfield (2.20pm, Flat)
Dundalk (5.35pm, Flat)
Wolverhampton (5.45pm, Flat)
They also race in South Africa at Fairview (10.35am, Flat) and at Greyville (3.00pm, Flat)
The live games in the NBA are:
Cleveland Cavaliers v Golden State Warriors (1.00am, BT Sport 1)
Phoenix Suns v Oklahoma City Thunder (3.30am, BT Sport 1)
South Africa play West Indies in a Pool B clash at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Live coverage from 3.00am on Sky Sports 2.
The BDO World Trophy moves into day two in Manchester – live from 5.30pm on Eurosport.
On the European Tour, the Joburg Open (live from 8.30am on Sky Sports 4) continues in Johannesburg, while on the PGA Tour, the Honda Classic (live from 7.00pm on Sky Sports 4) continues at Palm Beach Gardens in Florida.
There are seven BAGS cards across the day:
In Super League, the game between St Helens and Castleford Tigers is live from 8.00pm on Sky Sports 1.
Two games are scheduled to take place in the Pro 12:
Ospreys v Leinster (7.35pm, TG4)
Ulster v Scarlets (7.35pm, BBC Two)
In the Aviva Premiership, Northampton Saints play Harlequins (7.45pm, BT Sport 2)
Ireland U20s play England U20s in the third round of fixtures at the RDS – live from 7.05pm on RTE 2 & Sky Sports 3.
In Super Rugby, the live games are:
Highlanders v Reds (6.35am; Sky Sports 1)
Western Force v Hurricanes (11.00am; Sky Sports 3)
Cheetahs v Blues (5.10pm, Sky Sports 4)
The Gnydia Open is the latest European Tour event to take place – it takes place in Poland.
Live coverage from 8.30am on Eurosport 2.
On the ATP Tour, tournaments continue in Dubai (live from 1.00pm on Sky Sports 3), Acapulco (live from 6.00am on Sky Sports 3) and Buenos Aires, while on the WTA Tour, tournaments take place in Acapulco and Qatar (live from 1.30pm on BT Sport 2).