WEEK AHEAD: Another terrific week of sport to look forward to on BETDAQ with the remaining questions of who is coming up to and who is leaving the Premier League to be resolved.
Monday We start off the week with what is a crucial game for both ends of the Premier League. Relegation threatened Leicester City travel to Newcastle who will be looking to gain three more points in their fight for a top four spot. This promises to be an entertaining fixture live on Sky Sports from 20:00.
Tuesday takes us over to India for some Indian Premier League action as the Gujrat Titans await their opponents in Qualifier One of the Playoffs, which will be shown live on Sky Sports from 15:00.
Wednesday sees the cricketing action continue on Sky Sports with Somerset taking on Hampshire in the T20 Vitality Blast from 19:00. Brighton continue their fight for a European spot in the Premier League as they welcome champions elect Manchester City to the Amex in what is sure to be an exciting game between two free-flowing sides at 20:00 on Sky Sports.
There is no shortage of intense sporting action on Thursday evening as the Premier League Darts Final promises to provide pure entertainment at the 02 in London from 20:00, live on Sky Sports. Manchester United host Chelsea live on Sky Sports from 20:00, in a fixture that has a slightly different outlook to usual with Chelsea struggling so badly. The first of the golfing action begins at 12:30 on Sky Sports with day one of the Dutch Open getting underway on the DP World Tour. On Thursday night the PGA Tour golf for this week begins with the Charles Schwaab Challenge tournament, live on Sky Sports from 21:00.
Friday provides action from the Betfred Super League as two giants of Rugby League in Leeds Rhinos and St Helens battle it out at the Headingly stadium at 20:00 on Sky Sports, with Saints looking to kick their so far lacklustre season into gear. The golf continues on Friday as the Dutch Open returns for day two from 12:30 on Sky Sports, as does the Charles Schwaab Challenge with the action from day two live on Sky Sports at 21:00.
It’s Championship Playoff Final day on Saturday as two teams that few would have predicted to reach this stage at the start of the season in Luton Town and Coventry City fight it out at Wembley for a place in next season’s Premier League, live on Sky Sports from 16:45. It’s Finals day in Rugby Union as well with Saracens taking on Sale Sharks in the Premiership final on BT Sport at 14:00. The DP World Tour and PGA Tour both return for a third day of golf with the Dutch Open live from 12:30 on Sky Sports and the Charles Schwaab Challenge live from 21:00 on Sky Sports. Saturday night belongs to boxing as British sensation Lawrence Okolie takes on Chris Billiam-Smith at the Vitality Stadium in an enticing cruiserweight clash on Sky Sports from 22:00.
The end of the week on Sunday also spells the end of the Premier League season. The final day of the English top flight always promises drama with European and relegation places still up for grabs. It is certainly not the round of Premier League fixtures that you want to miss, with selected games live on Sky Sports from 16:30. It is also a big day in League Two as the playoff final takes place from 13:30 on Sky Sports with one of Salford or Stockport set to go up against either Bradford or Carlisle for a place in League One. There is also footballing action from Scotland with the Women’s Scottish Cup final playing host to the final Old Firm Derby of the season as Celtic take on Rangers at 13:30 on BBC Sport. Formula 1’s most recognisable race returns on Sunday as the driver’s head to Monaco having had an unplanned week off with the cancellation of the Italian Grand Prix, they return to the track live on Sky Sports from 14:00. The golfing action also wraps up on Sunday with the final round of the Dutch Open getting underway at 12:30 on Sky Sports, and live action from the final round of the Charles Schwaab Challenge on Sky Sports from 18:00.