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PostSubject: Betting preview – Saturday 6 October   Betting preview – Saturday 6 October Empty6th October 2012, 02:38

There are plenty of games taking place throughout the world during Saturday.
In the Premier League, the live games are:
Manchester City v Sunderland (12.45pm, live on Sky Sports 2)
Chelsea v Norwich (3pm, live on Setanta Ireland)
West Ham v Arsenal (5.30pm, live on ESPN from 4.30)
There are three other PL games on Saturday and four on Sunday.

In the Championship, the live match is:
Ipswich v Cardiff, (5.20pm, live on Sky Sports 2 from 5pm).

Also live is:
Serie A:GenoavPalermo(kick off 7.45pm, live on ESPN and SetantaIrelandfrom 7.40).
Ligue 1:ToulousevValenciennes(kick off 7pm, live on Setanta Sports 1 from 6.45pm)
Serie A Brazil: Fluminese v Botafogo (kick off 10.30pm, live on ESPN).

Newmarket (1.40pm, flat). The highlights of this top-class card are two valuable two-year-old races and two Listed races.
Ascot (2pm, flat). Three Group 3 races feature on the card.
Redcar (2.05pm, flat). Their eight-race card features two Listed events.
Gowran Park (2.15pm, jumps). The feature race is a gem and sees the seasonal debut of top-class chaser Sizing Europe when he takes on China Rock, Joncol and First Lieutenant in the Grade 2 PWC Champion Chase.
Fontwell (2.20pm, jumps)
Wolverhampton (5.50pm, flat)
There’s also three Group 2 and one Group 1 races from Longchamp (11.25, flat) as we build towards Sunday’s Group 1 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (3.25pm), the Group 1 Prix De L’Abbaye De Longchamp(12.55) and five other Group 1 races.
Saturday’s South African racing comes from Durbanville (11.15am, flat) and Turffontein (11.30am, flat).

Live coverage of qualifying session for the Japan Grand Prix takes place at 6am Saturday morning from the Suzuka Circuit (live on Setanta Ireland from 5.55am and on Sky F1 channel).
The race itself takes place on Sunday at 7am (live coverage on Setanta Ireland from 6.55am and on Sky F1 channel).

The Alfred Dunhill Links Championship (at St Andrews, Carnoustie and Kingsbarns inScotland, live on Sky Sports 1 from 1.30pm) and the Justin Timberlake Hospitals for Children Open (TPC Summerlin,Las Vegas,Nevada, live on sky Sports 3 from 9pm) both move into Day 3.

There are five BAGS and Evening BAGS fixtures:
10.31 Romford
10.38am Crayford
2:24pm Newcastle
6:28pm Sittingbourne
6:38pm Monmore.

The Twenty20 World Cup final (West Indies v Sri Lanka) is on Sunday and is live on Sky Sports 2 from 1.30pm.

The NFL’s week 5 continues on Sunday with 11 games scheduled to take place. The live games are Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (6pm Sunday, live on Sky Sports 3) and New England v Denver (9.25pm Sunday, live on Sky Sports 3).

The All Ireland Ladies SFC final takes place at Croke Park on Sunday between Cork and Kerry. Throw-in is at 4pm (live on TG4 from 11.55am). Also being broadcast live is the Junior final between Louth and Antrim (12 noon) and the Intermediate decider with Waterford facing Armagh (2pm).

The Super League Grand Final is at Old Trafford and will be contested by Warrington Wolves and Leeds Rhinos (kick off 6pm, live on Sky Sports 1 from 5.30pm).

In The Championship,South Africa take on New Zealand at 4pm on Saturday (live on Sky Sports 3 from 3.30pm), while Argentina face Australia at 00.10 on Sunday morning (live on Sky Sports 1 from midnight).
There is live ITM Cup Rugby between Otago andWellingtonon Sky Sports 1 from 7.30am Saturday. Kick off is at 7.35am.
There is Premier Division Currie Cup action on Sky Sports 3 from 12.55 between Griquas and Golden Lions (kick off 1pm).
There are three Aviva Premiership games being decided on Saturday. Gloucester v Bath is live on ESPN from 1.30am (kick off 2.15pm). The other two games (Exeterv Harlequins and London Irish vNorthampton) kick off at 3pm. There are two more games on Sunday.
In the Pro12 series, Munster travel to Leinster for a 6.30pm kick off on Saturday (live on TG4).
There are six Top 14 games taking place on Saturday. Biarritz v Toulon (kick off 2pm) is live on Setanta Sports 1. On the same channel, Castres v ClermontAuvergnekick off at 5pm.

The Polish Open continues. Live coverage is on Eurosport 2 from 10am and on Eurosport from noon.

The China Open (8am, Eurosport, Agnieszka Radwanska v Andrea Petkovic and Flavia Pennetta v Monica Niculescu) and Tokyo Open (from 6am on Sky Sports 2 – Andy Murray v Rafael Nadal and David Ferrer v Mardy Fish) both continue to the semi-final stage.

There is live Prizefighter Boxing from 8.30pm on Sky Sports 1, featuring Derry Matthews, Anthony Crolla, Gary Sykes and Tommy Coyle.

Day four of the Horse of the Year show fromBirminghamcontinues live on Sky Sports 4 from 8pm.
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