Premier League

Youth offers Arsenal answer to Wenger search

As Arsenal gear up for their final game of Arsene Wenger’s 22-year reign, debate over who could potentially replace him at the Emirates Stadium rages on. If you believe what you read in the papers, the Gunners are leaning towards an experienced manager to succeed Wenger. However, could they be missing a trick by not […]

Daily Tips

Schwartzman too strong for Bolelli

Diego Schwartzman comes up against Simone Bolelli on the clay courts of Bastad in Sweden this afternoon and the Argentine top seed should be able to secure the win comfortably. Schwartzman to win 2-0 @ 10/11 Schwartzman will make his first competitive appearance on clay since his memorable French Open campaign, where he reached the […]


Roulette: Betting and Variations for Beginners

While Hollywood movies would have us believe otherwise, roulette offers a much deeper experience than putting everything you own on black and hoping for the best. It’s the classic game of chance, a simple and elegant option for newcomers to casino gaming, and a great way for high rollers to find out what their nerves […]

Horse Racing

More Lancashire Oaks glory beckons for Gosden

Trainer John Gosden will be seeking to extend his remarkable recent run in the Lancashire Oaks at Haydock on Saturday with Precious Ramotswe. The Clarehaven handler sits alongside the late Sir Henry Cecil with seven career wins in Merseyside feature and may surpass that on Saturday. Precious Ramotswe – Lancashire Oaks – 6/1 Of Gosden’s […]

World Sporting News

Hear the Rors at Carnoustie

The Open Championship returns to Carnoustie this week and the Scottish links has plenty to live up to going on the two most renewals at the Angus course. Who can forget Jean van de Velde and his Barry Burn collapse in 1999, the Frenchman tossing away a two-shot lead, the Claret Jug and (for some) […]

Bairstow holds key for England

England may be forced to make changes at just the wrong time, as they prepare to face India at Headingley on Tuesday in a decisive third one-day international. Alex Hales has missed the opening two ODIs due to a side strain and that may prove to be more important if a hand injury forces Jason […]

Fatigue factor to help Anderson

Both Kevin Anderson and Novak Djokovic will need to overcome fatigue if they are to be crowned Wimbledon champion on Sunday. A pair of epic semi-finals might make things tough for the players on Centre Court but an extra day off could well prove the difference for Anderson. Anderson to win @ 17/4 Anderson came […]

England require Lord’s response

Having suffered a humbling in the ODI series opener at Trent Bridge, England have to hit back hard when they face India at Lord’s on Saturday. The hosts were handed an eight-wicket thrashing in Nottingham on Thursday, with their mood not being helped by batsman Alex Hales being ruled out the whole series due to […]

Serena set for seventh heaven

On Saturday afternoon, Wimbledon’s Centre Court will belong to the ladies as Serena Williams and Angelique Kerber meet in a repeat of the 2016 final. Both came through their semi-finals in straight sets and, in this most unpredictable edition of SW19, it could be a historic afternoon for the American. Williams to win @ 20/43 […]