WEEK AHEAD: We look ahead to a thrilling week of sport on BETDAQ headlined by The Open, The Ashes Fourth Test and the start of the Women’s World Cup.
The only action on Monday comes from the Blackpool Winter Gardens as all of the biggest names in darts will be competing in the World Matchplay, with the first round games kicking off from 19:00 on Sky Sports.
After one day off, the Tour de France returns on Tuesday for Stage 18, which gets underway from 12:00 on ITV. The Women’s Ashes could be decided on Tuesday with the third and final ODI game starting at 11:00 on Sky Sports. It’s the start of the second round Blackpool as the World Matchplay Darts continues on Sky Sports from 19:00.
Wednesday is all about the Ashes as the fourth Test begins at Old Trafford, with Ben Stokes’ side looking to set themselves up for a mammoth final Test, this isn’t one to miss on Sky Sports from 11:00. The riders are four from the finish in the Tour de France as Stage 17 commences from 11:00 on ITV. The World Matchplay Darts returns for more second round action on Sky Sports from 19:00.
It’s the start of golf’s oldest tournament and the final Major of the year on Thursday as the world’s best take to Royal Liverpool for their first rounds at The Open, live on Sky Sports from 07:00. There’s no let up for the Tour de France riders as they return for Stage 18 at 11:00 on ITV. It’s day two at Old Trafford in the fourth Ashes Test with play set to start between England and Australia at 11:00 on Sky Sports, whilst the evening action comes from the World Matchplay quarter finals at 19:00 on the same channel.
It’s the final chance for the players to make the cut at The Open as the second rounds get underway from 07:00 on Sky Sports on Friday. We’ve reached halfway in the fourth Ashes Test with day three live on Sky Sports from 11:00. The second half of the World Matchplay quarter finals get underway from 20:00 on Sky Sports.
We kick off the weekend with the first ball of the fourth day in the fourth Ashes Test set to be bowled at 11:00 live on Sky Sports on Saturday. At the same start time is Stage 20 of the Tour de France on ITV. It’s day three of The Open as the leaderboard starts to take shape with all to play for from 12:00 on Sky Sports. The evening action once again comes from Blackpool as we are down to the final four in the World Matchplay with the semi-finals getting underway from 20:00 on Sky Sports.
Sunday will see one lucky golfer lift the coveted Claret Jug as the final rounds of The Open get underway from 11:00. We will also see whether England remain in the fight or whether Australia will lift the famous urn as day five of the Ashes gets underway on Sky Sports, also an 11:00 start. The third of four sporting finals on Sunday is the final stage of the Tour de France with the riders battling it out from 11:00 for the infamous Yellow Jersey live on ITV. Max Verstappen will be looking to add to his ever increasing lead in the Drivers’ Championship on Sunday afternoon as the Hungarian Grand Prix takes place at 14:00 on Sky Sports, whilst our fourth final of the day will see the winner of this year’s World Matchplay crowned on Sky Sports from 20:00.