Thursday is another busy day of sport, with Premier League and Europa League football the focus of much of the attention.
There is also action from the ongoing T20 World Cup and golf from the Mallorca Golf Open and the CJ Cup which can be followed on the bet365 Live Golf Tracker.
Racing is available to watch on our Sports Live Streaming platform, with five meetings scheduled across the UK and Ireland - coming from Southwell, Carlisle, Thurles, Ludlow and Wolverhampton.
|What||Leicester City v Leeds United, Premier League|
|Where||King Power Stadium, Leicester|
|When||20:15, Thursday 20th October|
|How to watch||Amazon Prime Video|
|Odds||Leicester 13/10, Leeds 19/10, Draw 13/5|
Leicester City have endured a torrid start to the new season, but there are signs that fortunes might be changing for the Foxes after improved results in recent outings.
Brendan Rodgers' side have claimed a win and a draw in two of their last three league games, having put an end to a run of six consecutive losses.
They have also kept two clean sheets in their last three games and that slight upturn might be enough to secure a crucial win against a Leeds United side who are without a victory in their last six matches.
Last season this fixture ended in a 1-0 success for the home side, with Harvey Barnes scoring the only goal of the game, while this time around City will be without key playmaker James Maddison as he serves a one-match suspension.
|What||Fulham v Aston Villa, Premier League|
|Where||Craven Cottage, London|
|When||19:30, Thursday 20th October|
|How to watch||Amazon Prime Video|
|Odds||Fulham 19/10, Aston Villa 6/4, Draw 23/10|
Another two teams struggling for form meet on the banks of the Thames as Fulham welcome in Aston Villa.
The hosts started life back in the top-flight in a very positive fashion, but more recently the defensive woes which have hurt them badly in previous Premier League campaigns have returned.
Marco Silva's side have conceded at least two goals in each of their last five league outings and are without a win in their last three outings.
Life has not been any better for Steven Gerrard's Villans, who have won just one of their last eight league games, although a 2-0 home reverse at the hands of Chelsea last time out was a first defeat in five.
Two seasons ago Villa romped to a 3-0 victory at Craven Cottage and the visitors are 6/4 to pick up all three points on Thursday evening.
|What||Arsenal v PSV Eindhoven, Europa League|
|Where||Emirates Stadium, London|
|When||18:00, Thursday 20th October|
|How to watch||BT Sport 1|
|Odds||Arsenal 1/2, PSV 5/1, Draw 7/2|
Arsenal have enjoyed a superb start to the new season both at home and in Europe and a win over PSV Eindhoven on Thursday would see them qualify for the Europa League knockout stages.
The Gunners have won three from three to top Group A, but they have yet to face a PSV side who have seven points from a possible nine from their three games played.
Head coach Mikel Arteta has preferred to give Eddie Nketiah a chance to shine in attack in Europe, leaving summer signing Gabriel Jesus to play a bit-part role off the bench.
Nketiah has responded with two goals in three games in the Europa League and the 23-year-old is valued at 11/10 to find the net at any time against PSV at teatime on Thursday.
The last meeting between these two sides came back in March 2007 in the Champions League, when a 1-1 draw was the final outcome in north London.Safer Gambling Week (17-23 October) – Let's talk about safer gambling. Click here for more information on independent resources. Gamble Responsibly.