Sporting fans have plenty of action to get their teeth into on Thursday with live streaming action from the world of darts, basketball and football.
Gary Anderson returns to darts action in Nottingham this week as the race for Premier League Play-off places hots up.
Reigning champion Gary Anderson returns after missing week eight in Cardiff following the recent death of his father.
The Flying Scotsman takes on a wounded Aussie in Simon Whitlock, who is out to bounce back from his 8-0 drubbing at the hands of James Wade last week.
Whitlock suffered only the fourth ever whitewash in the history of the event and will be hoping for a much better display to revive his Semi-Final chances.
Kevin Painter and Raymond van Barneveld open up the night with both looking to avenge heavy 8-2 defeats last time around.
World champion Adrian Lewis comes up against rival James Wade in the match of the night and a game that bares huge importance for both players.
Phil Taylor looks to extend his lead at the top of the table as he takes on fellow Stoke thrower Andy Hamilton.
The Power has been untouchable so far this season and has all but qualified for finals night, meaning the pressure lies with The Hammer who is rock bottom in the table going into the game.
The action gets underway at 7pm on Thursday, with matches played over the best of 14 legs and streamed live from the Capital FM Arena, Nottingham.
There is just one Turkish Airlines Euroleague basketball match being streamed live on Thursday as defending champions Panathinaikos take on Maccabi Electra.
It is win or go home for both Panathinaikos and Maccabi Electra in Euroleague Playoffs on Thursday. A direct, highly-anticipated battle to reach the 2012 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four takes place in Athens, Greece on Thursday, when Panathinaikos hosts Maccabi Electra in make-or-break Game 5 of their best-of-five playoffs series.
Both teams have been able to win at home and on the road, and all games have been very different from each other, so it is hard to predict what to expect in Game 5 other than high intensity, drama and a great crowd at OAKA.
Live football comes from Denmark and Poland with Sonderjyske taking on FC Nordsjaelland going up against each other in the Danish SAS Ligaen, while Gornik Zabrze take on Polonia Warsaw in the Polish Orange Ekstraklasa.
Check out the full live streaming schedule below to make sure you do not miss any of the action.
00:30 - TENNIS - Nicholas Monroe / Simon Stadler v Matteo Marrai / Manuel Sanchez
01:00 - SOCCER - Santos Laguna v Toronto FC
01:30 - TENNIS - Steven Diez / Cristobal Saavedra-Corvalan v Andre Begemann / Jordan Kerr
01:45 - SOCCER - Guarani-SP v Botafogo RJ
01:50 - SOCCER - Emelec v Flamengo RJ
01:50 - SOCCER - Internacional RS v Santos
01:50 - SOCCER - Junior v Universidad Catolica
03:00 - SOCCER - Unam Pumas v Monterrey
10:00 - SOCCER - Prayag United v Pailan Arrows
10:30 - BASKETBALL - Townsville Crocodiles vs New Zealand
11:00 - VOLLEYBALL - Hyundai Women vs KGC Women
13:00 - VOLLEYBALL - Kuzbass vs Lokomotiv Ekaterinburg
13:00 - SOCCER - Sonderjyske v FC Nordsjaelland
14:00 - VOLLEYBALL - Gazprom vs UFA Ural
14:00 - SOCCER - Ural Ekaterinburg v Nischni Novgorod
16:00 - BASKETBALL - Unics Kazan vs Khimki Moscow Region
17:00 - SOCCER - FC Union Berlin v Erzgebirge Aue
17:00 - SOCCER - Greuther Furth v Cottbus
17:00 - SOCCER - Hansa Rostock v Fortuna Dusseldorf
17:15 - BASKETBALL - Zalgiris Kaunas vs Lietuvos Rytas
17:45 - SOCCER - Gornik Zabrze v Polonia Warsaw
19:45 - BASKETBALL - Panathinaikos vs Maccabi Electra
21:00 - SOCCER - Defensor Sporting v Penarol