Betting Preview – Wednesday 3rd December 2014Stats
Wednesday night sees the remaining midweek Premier League matches with Arsenal v Southampton live on BT Sport 1, the UK Championship continues in the Barbican and more.
There are four meetings in the UK on Wednesday – they are:
Catterick (12:20pm, National Hunt)
Lingfield (12:30pm, Flat)
Ludlow (12:40pm, National Hunt)
Kempton (3:50pm, Flat)
They also race at Kenilworth in South Africa from 10:20am.
There are four Premier League matches down for decision on Wednesday, including Chelsea and Manchester City in action.
Elsewhere, the matches live on TV on Wednesday are:
Australian Hyundai A-League – Western Sydney Wanderers v Brisbane Roar (8:30am kick-off, live on BT Sport 1)
French Ligue 1 – FC Metz v Bordeaux (6:00pm kick-off, live on BT Sport 2)
Spanish Copa del Rey, Fourth-Round, First-Leg – Hospitalet v Atletico Madrid (7:00pm kick-off, live on Sky Sports 5)
Scottish Challenge Cup, Semi-Final – Alloa v Rangers (7:30pm kick-off, live on BBC Alba)
English Premier League – Arsenal v Southampton (7:45pm kick-off, live on BT Sport 1)
French Ligue 1 – Lille v PSG (8:00pm kick-off, live on BT Sport 2)
Spanish Copa del Rey, Fourth Round, First-Leg – SD Huesca v Barcelona (9:00pm kick-off, live on Sky Sports 5)
The third Test in the seven-match series between Sri Lanka and England takes place on Wednesday in Hambantota (live on Sky Sports 2 from 8:30am). Elsewhere, the opening day of the First Test between Australia and India gets underway at the Brisbane Cricket Ground (live on Sky Sports 2 from 11:30pm).
There are seven BAGS cards on Wednesday – they are:
Hall Green (11:03am)
Belle Vue (2:18pm)
Day three of the Mosconi Cup continues on Wednesday as Europe continue to the defence of their crown against the Americans (live on Sky Sports 1 from 7:00pm).
Action continues at the UK Championship in York with live coverage of the afternoon and evening sessions on the BBC and Eurosport.
The second day of round two in the International Premier League takes place on Wednesday with the Manila Mavericks up against the UAE Royals, while the Singapore Slammers face the Micromax Indian Aces (live on Sky Sports 3 from 8:00am).