Betting Preview – Thursday 4th June
Thursday’s sport includes six race meetings in the UK and Ireland, golf’s Memorial Tournament and Nordea Masters commence, the French Open continues and lots more.
There are six meetings in the UK and Ireland on Thursday – they are:
Lingfield (1:40pm, Flat)
Hamilton (2:00pm, Flat)
Wolverhampton (2:20pm, Flat)
Kempton (5:40pm, Flat)
Tipperary (5:30pm, Mixed)
Ffos Las (5:50pm, National Hunt)
They also race at the Vaal in South Africa from 11:35am and Saint-Cloud in France from 3:55pm.
There are four matches live on TV on Thursday – they are:
FIFA Under-20 World Cup – Hungary U20 v Brazil U20 (8:00am kick-off, live on Eurosport 2)
FIFA Under-20 World Cup – Germany U20 v Uzbekistan U20 (8:00am kick-off, live on Eurosport)
Toulon Tournament – Costa Rica U20 v Qatar U20 (4:00pm kick-off, live on BT Sport 1)
Toulon Tournamnet – France U20 v Netherlands U20 (6:00pm kick-off, live on BT Sport 1)
There are a number of matches in the MLB from just after midnight (Irish-time) on Thursday morning.
Action takes place in the T20 Blast on Thursday with Hampshire against Middlesex in the South Division encounter at the Ageas Bowl (live on Sky Sports 2) from 6:00pm. Elsewhere, the second day of the First-Test continues between the West Indies and Australia (live on Sky Sports 3) from 2:55pm at Windsor Park in Roseau, Dominica.
The opening day of the Nordea Masters takes place on Thursday at the PGA Sweden National course in Malmo (live on Sky Sports 4) from 10:00am & 2:00pm where Thongchai Jaidee is the defending champion. Elsewhere, the first-round of the Memorial Tournament takes place in the USA (live on Sky Sports 4) from 7:30pm at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio.
There are six BAGS cards on Thursday – they are:
They also race at Monmore (7:25pm) and Hove (7:31pm) on Racing Post Greyhound TV.
Action continues at the French Open in Paris on Thursday (live on ITV4 & Eurosport) from 11:00am – the schedule of play is:
French Open, Women’s Singles – Ana Ivanovic v Lucie Safarova (2:00pm)
French Open, Men’s Singles – Jo-Wilfried Tsonga v Stanislas Wawrinka (2:00pm)