Betting Preview – Sunday 15th November 2015
Sunday’s packed day of sport includes four race meetings in the UK & Ireland, the Grand Slam of Darts final, the culmination of the BMW Masters and lots more.
There are four meetings in the UK and Ireland on Sunday – they are:
Fontwell (12:45pm, National Hunt)
Cork (12:55pm, National Hunt)
Cheltenham (1:00pm, National Hunt, live on Channel 4 from 12:30pm)
International action comes from Greyville in South Africa from 11:00am.
There are a number of live matches on TV on Sunday – they are:
Australian A-League – Brisbane Roar v Perth Glory (6:00am kick-off, live on BT Sport 1)
English League Two – Hartlepool United v Leyton Orient (12:15pm kick-off, live on Sky Sports 1)
English League Two – Portsmouth v AFC Wimbledon (2:30pm kick-off, live on Sky Sports 1)
Euro 2016 Play-Off, First-Leg – Hungary v Norway (7:45pm kick-off, live on Sky Sports 5)
Action continues on week 10 of the NFL season – the matches live on TV are:
NFL – Miami Dolphins @ Philadelphia Eagles (6:00pm, live on Sky Sports 2)
NFL – Minnesota Vikings @ Oakland Raiders (9:05pm, live on Sky Sports 2)
There are a number of matches down for decision in the NBA on Sunday from just after midnight (Irish-time), with the clash between the Grizzlies and Timberwolves at the Target Centre (live on BT Sport 2) from 8:30pm.
It’s day three of the Second-Test between Australian and New Zealand on Sunday (live on Sky Sports 2) from the WACA in Perth. Elsewhere, the second-day of the Second-Test between India and South Africa also takes place (live on Sky Sports 3) from 6:00am in Bangalore. Meanwhile, the Cape Cobras face the Sunfoil Dolphins (live on Sky Sports 4) in the Ram Slam T20 from 10:00am in Centurion, while the Unlimited Titans entertain Chevrolet Warriors (live on Sky sports 4) from 2:00pm.
The final day of the Grand Slam of Darts takes place on Sunday (live on Sky Sports 2) from 1:00pm and (Sky Sports 1) from 7:00pm.
A busy day in Gaelic Games with the following matches down for decision:
Munster Club Senior Football Championship, Semi-Final – Clonmel Commercials (Tipperary) v Miltown Malbay (Clare) (2:00pm Throw-In)
Munster Club Senior Football Championship, Semi-Final – Nemo Rangers (Cork) v Killarney Legion (Kerry) (2:00pm Throw-In)
Ulster Club Senior Football Championship, Semi-Final – Kilcoo (Down) v Crossmaglen Rangers (Armagh) (2:30pm Throw-In)
Ulser Club Senior Football Championship, Semi-Final – Trillick (Tyrone) v Scotstown (Monaghan) (2:30pm Throw-In)
Leinster Club Senior Hurling Championship, Semi-Final – Cuala (Dublin) v Clara (Kilkenny) (2:00pm Throw-In)
Leinster Club Senior Hurling Championship, Semi-Final – Clonkill (Westmeath) v Oulart The Ballagh (Wexford) (2:00pm Throw-In)
Munster Club Senior Hurling Championship, Semi-Final – Na Piarsaigh (Limerick) v Thurles Sarsfields (Tipperary) (2:00pm Throw-In)
The final round of the BMW Masters comes to a close on Sunday (live on Sky Sports 4) from 6:00am in Shanghai, China. Elsewhere, the closing round of the OHL Classic (live on Sky Sports 4) from 6:00pm, and the Lorena Ochoa Invitational (live on Sky Sports 4) from 9:00pm come to a finish in Mexico.
There are six BAGS cards on Sunday – they are:
Belle Vue (11:03am)
Perry Barr (2:06pm)
They also race at Henlow (6:30pm) on Racing Post Greyhound TV, Mullingar (3:18pm) on Turf TV.
The penultimate round of the F1 season takes place in Sao Paulo as the 2015 Brazilian Grand Prix takes place from 4:00pm (Irish-time), live on Sky Sports F1 and BBC1. Elsewhere, day three of Rally Wales (live on BT Sport 1) takes place from 11:30am.
There are two matches down for decision in the Champions Cup on Sunday – they are:
European Champions Cup – Leinster v Wasps (1:00pm kick-off, live on Sky Sports 3)
European Champions Cup – Ospreys v Exeter (5:30pm kick-off, live on Sky Sports 3)
The Champions Cup ties between Toulon / Bath and Bordeaux v Clermont are postponed, while the Newport Gwent-Dragons face the Sale Sharks (live on Sky Sports 5) from 3:00pm in the Challenge Cup.
The 2015 final of the Champion of Champions event in Coventry takes place on Sunday (live on ITV4) from 12:45pm and 6:45pm.
The World Tour Finals get underway in London on Sunday with the opening match in the round-robin group stage (live on BBC2) from 2:00pm and (Sky Sports 3) from 12:00pm and 6:00pm.