Betting Preview – Friday 6th November 2015
Day one from the Bulgarian Open snooker in Sofia, FA Cup and Championship action and five race meetings across Ireland and the UK are just some of the sporting fixtures lined up for Friday.
The live games on Friday are:
English Championship – Nottingham Forest v Derby (7.30pm, Sky Sports 1)
Bundesliga – Hannover v Hertha Berlin (7.30pm, BT Sport Europe)
La Liga – Las Palmas v Real Sociedad (7.30pm, Sky Sports 2)
Ligue 1 – Angers v Rennes (7.30pm, BT Sport 2)
FA Cup First Round – Salford v Notts County (7.55pm, BBC Two & Setanta Ireland)
There are five meetings from Ireland and the UK.
Musselburgh (1.00pm, National Hunt)
Hexham (1.20pm, National Hunt)
Fontwell (1.40pm, National Hunt)
Chelmsford (4.35pm, Flat)
Dundalk (6.00pm, Flat)
They also race in South Africa at Fairview (11.15am) and at Greyville (4.15pm)
The opening match in the ninth week of fixtures in the NFL sees Cincinnati Bengals play Cleveland Browns – live from 1.25am on Sky Sports 3.
The live game in the NBA sees Chicago Bulls play Oklahoma City Thunder – live from 1.00am on BT Sport 1.
Australia v New Zealand – the second day of the First Test in the three-match series in Brisbane – live from 12.00am on Sky Sports 1.
India v South Africa – the second day of the First Test in the four-match series in Mohali – live from 3.50am on Sky Sports 2.
The WGC – HSBC Champions event continues in Shanghai on Friday at 12.50am GMT – live from 3.00am on Sky Sports 4.
Other events taking place include the Sanderson Farms Championship in Mississippi (live from 6.30pm on Sky Sports 4), Charles Schwab Championship and Japan Classic.
There are seven BAGS / BEGS cards across the day:
In the Pro 12, two games are down for decision:
Connacht v Benetton Treviso (7.30pm)
Leinster v Scarlets (7.35pm, live on TG4)
In the Aviva Premiership, Harlequins play Sale Sharks (7.45pm, live on BT Sport 1)
Day One from the Bulgarian Open in Sofia – live from 7.30am on Eurosport.
On the ATP Tour, the World Tour Masters continues in Paris with the quarter-finals – live from 1.00pm & 6.30pm on Sky Sports 3.