There are eight race meetings in Britain and Ireland on Saturday and a raft of World Cup qualifiers. There are two other sporting highlights one of which is likely to be won by a Briton and the other not in a month of Sundays. Money buyers may be interested in a short-priced treble in the football.
Chris Froome has just about put the Vuelta a Espana to bed and he is now long-odds on to win the Spanish equivalent of the Tour de France. Winning two Grand Tours in the same season is a big ask but Froome is up to the job. He has now won four Tours in France and could win more than any other rider before the end of his career.
When Andy Murray withdrew from the US Open the odds for a British winner went from single figures to much bigger. Kyle Edmund was still in the draw at the time of writing but his chances of winning the US Open are nowhere near his odds of 100/1 suggest. You could probably double that number and be close to the mark.
The racing is about quantity over quality and there are some mismatches in the World Cup. The Wagon Wheel gets all the allowances in the Beverley Bullet Sprint Stakes and a treble on Croatia, Serbia and Albania pays 1/3 with bet365 if you are interested!