In any other year, playing cricket in October would seem strange.
Not in 2020 though!
In fact there’s a massive day of cricket in prospect, with all four T20 Blast quarter-finals taking place.
Golf fans can look forward to tournaments on both sides of the Atlantic, as the Sanderson Farms Championship and the Scottish Open tee off.
While in Rugby League, Castleford Tigers host Hull FC.
And of course at Odds Manager we’ve found the top Odds Picks for you.
Surrey v Kent – Surrey to Win – 8/11 at Unibet
Surrey host Kent, with the winner advancing to the T20 Blast finals day on Saturday.
And we reckon the bookies might have missed a trick when they priced up Surrey, as their form surely warrants a lower price.
Vikram Solanki’s men have won their last seven matches, including a comprehensive 6 wicket win over Kent.
Laurie Evans led the way with 73 in that game and he has averaged 67 in his last four games.
He’s 7/2 to be top dog once again and 10/1 to be man of the match, both with bet365.
Our Odds Picks is Surrey to win, at 8/11 with Unibet.
Scottish Open – Tommy Fleetwood to Win – 11/1 at Paddy Power
Tommy Fleetwood’s name sticks out a mile in this one.
His recent form on Links Golf Courses is impressive, having finished runner up in both the 2018 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship and the 2019 Open.
Fleetwood’s best result since golf resumed was in his only appearance outside the USA, when he finished third in the Portugal Open, so he seems to relish being back on the European Tour.
He also has fond memories of Scotland, having won his first European Tour title there, back in 2013.
And he may also be buoyed by his beloved Everton’s superb start to the Premier League season!
Our Odds Pick is Tommy Fleetwood to win, at 11/1 with Paddy Power.
Castleford v Hull FC – Hull FC to Win – 13/8 at 888sport
The Tigers host the imaginatively-nicknamed Black and Whites, with the two sides sitting 7th and 8th in the Super League table, with the exact same record of played 12, won seven, lost five.
The visitors are in better form though, having won three of their last six, including a victory over Castleford away from home in the Challenge Cup.
All of which makes you wonder why Hull aren’t lower than 13/8 with 888sport to get the job done.
In the anytime try scorer market, Hull’s Scott Taylor is set to return from a long injury layoff and he is sure to be chomping at the bit.
He’s 11/2 at Unibet to mark his comeback with a try.
Our Odds Pick is Hull FC to win, at 13/8 with 888sport.