WEEK AHEAD: The sporting action to look forward to on Betdaq including the Cricket World Cup final and the next round of Euro 2024 Qualifiers ….


Monday We fly into next week with action from the Grand Slam of Darts 19:00 on Sky Sports. Tennis enthusiasts are also in for a treat on Monday evening with ATP Tour’s Finals Day 2 at 20:00 on Prime Video.

The Grand Slam of Darts continues on Tuesday from 19:00 on Sky Sports, followed by a David and Goliath clash in the FA Cup with a first-round replay between Horsham and Barnsley at 19:30 on ITV. The third day of the ATP Tour Finals commences at 20:00 on Prime Video.

Cricket World Cup themed mornings return on Wednesday as the first semi-final begins at 08:30 on Sky Sports, where two powerhouse teams will battle it out for a chance to advance to Sunday’s final. There is more dart-throwing excellence with the Grand Slam of Darts at 19:00 on Sky Sports, once again followed by ATP Tour Finals, which returns for day four at 20:00 on Prime Video.

Golf fans will know exactly what Thursday means, and this week it is an early start as day one of the DP World Tour Championship kicks off at 07:00 on Sky Sports. The Cricket World Cup continues to heat up with semi-final two at 08:30 on Sky Sports. Sadly, the International break is back for the final time in 2023, but there is still some exciting action to enjoy as Georgia take on Scotland at 17:00 on Viaplay Sports. The regular evening schedule continues as the Grand Slam of Darts at 19:00 on Sky Sports, is followed by day five of the ATP Tour Finals at 20:00 on Prime Video.

Friday It’s another 07:00 start for those wanting to watch day two of the DP World Tour Championship on Sky Sports. Football fans have more International action to sink their teeth into with a Euro Qualifier between Finland and Northern Ireland at 17:00 on Viaplay Sports, followed by the thrilling clash between England and Malta at 19:45 on Channel 4. Darts lovers, the Grand Slam of Darts continues its electrifying journey at 19:00 on Sky Sports. The ATP Tour Finals also returns for a sixth day at 20:00 on Prime Video.

Saturday With cuts made, there is no change to the start time for the DP World Tour Championship as action from day three begins at 07:00 on Sky Sports. There is yet more Euro Qualifier action, this time between Armenia and Wales at 14:00 on Viaplay Sports, followed by the Premiership Rugby clash between Harlequins and Saracens at 17:15 on TNT Sports. The Grand Slam of Darts continues its mesmerising journey at 19:00 on Sky Sports, followed by a return to the Euro Qualifiers as the Netherlands take on the Republic of Ireland at 19:45 on Viaplay Sports. Saturday evening sees the seventh day of the ATP Tour Finals at 20:00 on Prime Video.

Sunday After three days of early wake-ups, alarms will have to be set even earlier to catch the Las Vegas Grand Prix at 06:00 on Sky Sports. That will give golf enthusiasts half an hour of entertainment before the final rounds of the DP World Tour Championship begin at 06:30 on Sky Sports. Cricket lovers, the moment you’ve been waiting for arrives with the ICC Cricket World Cup Final at 08:30 on Sky Sports, where the final two will battle it out for ultimate glory. It’s an earlier start in the Grand Slam of Darts which gets underway at 13:00 on Sky Sports, followed by a big one for the tennis fans in the ATP Tour Finals, with the Men’s Final at 17:00 on Prime Video. We wind down the week with further action from the Euro Qualifiers as Scotland welcome Norway to Hampden Park at 19:45 on Viaplay Sports.

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