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Winter Olympics Schedule for Friday, February 4, Including What You Can Bet On

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Fred Lee/Getty Images. Pictured: Figure skating practice for the Winter Olympics in Beijing.

  • The Winter Olympics kick off in earnest with the Opening Ceremony on Friday, but there's plenty of events as well.
  • Figure skating, curling, hockey and skiing highlight the schedule of events, and there's some betting intrigue as well.
  • Continue reading for all the events for Friday, as well as what you can bet on.

The third official day of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing will continue on Friday.

Friday will also see the Opening Ceremony take place live at 7 a.m. ET. NBC will air tape-delayed coverage beginning at 8 p.m. ET.

All events during the Olympics will air on NBC, its affiliate networks and its streaming platforms.

We have you covered with a list below regarding what the day’s schedule entails and what you can place wagers on.

Winter Olympic Schedule for Friday, Feb. 4

12:15 a.m. ET

  • Figure Skating Mixed Team Qualification
  • Figure Skating Pairs’ Short Program

12:35 a.m. ET

  • Mixed Curling Round Robin: Czechia vs. Italy
  • Mixed Curling Round Robin: Sweden vs. United States
  • Mixed Curling Round Robin: Great Britain vs. Australia
  • Mixed Curling Round Robin: China vs. Canada

8:05 p.m. ET

  • Mixed Curling Round Robin: Australia vs. Norway
  • Mixed Curling Round Robin: Switzerland vs. Sweden

9:45 p.m. ET

  • Women’s Slopestyle Qualification: Heat 1, Run 1
  • Women’s Slopestyle Qualification: Heat 2, Run 1

10:47 p.m. ET

  • Women’s Slopestyle Qualification: Heat 1, Run 2
  • Women’s Slopestyle Qualification: Heat 1, Run 2

11:10 p.m. ET

  • Women’s Ice Hockey Preliminary Round, Group A: Canada vs. Finland
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What You Can Bet On

Odds are according to BetMGM as of Thursday afternoon.

No odds are available on these individual events as of Thursday afternoon. We expect lines to be available for the women’s ice hockey game between Canada and Finland at some point on Friday, but the other competitions are only subject to futures bets.

For the mixed team figure skating event, the ROC (Russia) are -650 favorites to win it all, followed by the U.S. at +500, Canada at +1800 and Japan at +2000.

For the figure skating pair event, ROC’s Anastasia Mishina and Aleksandr Galliamov are +115 favorites to take the event, followed by China’s Sui Wenjing and Han Cong, who are +175, second-best favorites.

Meanwhile, for mixed curling, Great Britain are +240 favorites, with Canada right behind them at +250.

Switzerland (+600), Sweden (+600), Norway (+800), U.S. (+1600), China (+2500), Italy (+2500), Czechia (+2800) and Australia (+10000) round out the pack for that competition.

There are no futures for women’s snowboarding (slopestyle) at BetMGM.

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