WEEK AHEAD: Plenty of sporting action to look forward to on Betdaq this week including the start of the US Open in New York ….
Monday We kick off the week with the beginning of the final Grand Slam of the tennis season as the ATP Tour takes to Flushing Meadows for the first afternoon session of the US Open on Sky Sports from 15:30.
In a slightly confusing addition to the schedule, day one of the US Open continues on the second day of the week as the evening session gets underway at midnight, with at the afternoon session of the second day getting underway at 15:30, with all coverage on Sky Sports. The only addition to Tuesday’s tennis action comes from the second round of the League Cup as Salford City welcome Leeds United at 20:00 on Sky Sports.
Wednesday sees England begin their T20 series against New Zealand, with coverage of the first match getting underway at 17:30 on Sky Sports. Earlier in the day it’s more of the same on Sky Sports with the evening session of the US Open live from midnight and the afternoon session beginning at 15:30. Wednesday’s football action sees Rangers travel to PSV for the second leg of their Champions League playoff clash, with the match starting at 20:00 on TNT Sports.
With the PGA Tour season coming to a close, Thursday’s golfing action comes from the European Tour as round one of the European Masters gets underway from 12:30 on Sky Sports. It’s the usual schedule for Sky Sports’ US Open coverage with the evening session from day three live from midnight and day four’s afternoon session starting at 15:30.
There is a wide variety of sport on Friday and the evening session from day four of the US Open kicks off the day at 00:00 on Sky Sports. The afternoon starts with coverage from day two of the European Masters on Sky Sports from 12:30, followed by the afternoon session on the fifth day of the US Open at 15:30, also on Sky Sports. The evening is kicked into action with England and New Zealand taking to the field for the second of their three-match T20 series, live from 17:30 on Sky Sports. The 20:00 slot on Sky Sports will split the rugby league and football fans once again as the Super League poses Wigan Warriors v Salford Red Devils, with the Premier League bringing Luton Town v West Ham to the table.
For those willing to stay up until the early hours of Saturday morning, the evening session from day five of the US Open will be live on Sky Sports from midnight. Saturday springs into action at 11:30 with the third round of the European Masters live on Sky Sports, closely followed at 12:30 by Sheffield United v Everton on TNT Sports. There is more rugby league action from 15:00 on Sky Sports as Warrington Wolves welcome a rejuvenated Castleford Tigers side, who will be boosted by their recent win over relegation rivals Wakefield. As always, the afternoon session from day six of the US Open gets underway from 15:30 on Sky Sports, followed by the last of the daylight action which sees Crystal Palace take on Wolves from 17:30. The late-night action on Sky Sports comes from Chris Eubank Jr v Liam Smith in the middleweight division, with the fight set to get underway at 22:30.
There is no change to the US Open schedule on Sunday with day six’s evening session live from midnight on Sky Sports. The final round of the European Masters gets underway from 11:30 on Sky Sports and that is closely followed by an Old Firm clash as Rangers host Celtic at 12:00 on Sky Sports. The 14:00 slot on Sky Sports is jam-packed with the Premier League in action as Crystal Palace take on Wolves, as well as action from the Italian Grand Prix and the final of three T20 matches in England’s series against New Zealand. We finish the week with a bang as Arsenal welcome Manchester United to the Emirates in a game that is sure to provide fireworks, also on Sky Sports at 16:30.