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Sports Schedule: Saturday 25th April

| 24.04.2020

Want to know what sport is on this Saturday? We’ve got you covered

Saturday brings football, international racing, darts, Esports and more to look forward to. And we’ve rounded-up the pick of the action right here.

All of these events are still scheduled to go ahead at the time of writing:

Horse Racing

Horse Racing from around the globe continues and on Saturday you’re spoiled for choice…

Beginning in the early hours of the morning, there are 11 meetings from Australia, including Ascot AU, Gosford, and Sunshine Coast – where the racing starts at 2:48. If that’s not enough, there are also a handful of meetings in Japan, including Fukishima, Tokyo and Kyoto.

During the daytime, there’s racing from Scandinavia, including Romme, Visby, Sorlandet and more.

In the evening, we’re looking across the pond from 17:28, as Gulfstream, Tampa Bay Downs and Oaklawn Park all host extensive cards to take you into the evening.


The Belarusian Vysshaya Liga continues across the weekend, with three fixtures on both Saturday and Sunday.

If you’re only watching one match, make it Gorodeya v BATE Borisov. Gorodeya can be backed at 5/1, despite winning three in the row, while BATE are the 8/15 favourites.

Sunday’s big game sees a top v bottom clash as Slutsksakar Slutsk at 8/11 take on lowly Belshina Bobruisk who can be backed at 15/4.


There’s no shortage of Darts to be found, as both the PDC at Home and Remote Darts League continuing, along with Modus events on Sunday.

Look out for Michael Smith in the PDC at Home event on Saturday, with the former World Championship finalist stepping up the the oche to face Harry Ward, Matt Clarke and Martjin Kleermaker. Smith is 1/4 favourite in his opening game against Kleermaker who can be found at 11/4 to take the match.


If it’s Esports that gets your pulse racing, then there’s plenty of online action across the weekend.

In League of Legends the big two leagues continue – as China’s LPL sees 2019 World Champions FunPlus Phoenix at 2/7 to beat Edward Gaming who can be backed at 5/2.

In Korea’s LCK, it’s Gen.G and T1 Esports facing off in a best of five.  Right now, they’re probably the top two teams in the world. But who will emerge victorious? Gen.G can be backed at 5/4, while T1 are the 4/7 favourites.

In DOTA 2, the WePlay! Pushka League continues, with Natus Vincere in action against B8, while Team Liquid face Alliance and HellRaisers take on FlyToMoon.

Counter-Striker: Global Offensive’s ESL One: Road to Rio continues, as legends Astralis at 4/7 take on Fnatic  – the org who once dominated the scene. Fnatic can be backed at 5/4 to claim victory.

View the latest sport odds.

All odds and markets correct as of date of publication



Michael Johnson

From the sunny north-east of England to the slightly sunnier Spain, Michael is a die-hard football fan and an experienced writer who loves to put his passion for the game on the page.