Premier League

Goals to flow at expectant Anfield

Something will have to give at Anfield on Sunday when table-topping Manchester City take on Liverpool. The Reds are unbeaten at home this season and have not lost any of their last 14 games against City on their own pitch while Pep Guardiola’s team have won 20 and drawn two of their top-flight matches. The […]

Daily Tips

Daily Tips – Monaco can continue impressive home form

Monaco host Nice in a midweek Ligue 1 round of fixtures in France today and the champions should be able to get back to winning ways after a 0-0 draw at Montpellier last time out. Monaco have an awesome domestic record at home this season with eight wins, one draw and a defeat in 10 […]


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

Cheltenham countdown starts now!

The New Year is in and that only means one thing for jumps racing fans…we can officially start counting down to the biggest week in the year, the Cheltenham Festival in March, now only 10 weeks out. As always the Festive racing offered as many new questions as it did answers and here we’ll assess […]

World Sporting News

Spin to the fore in Sydney

A superb victory in the first ODI in Melbourne has given England a perfect platform from which to push for a series victory over Australia. Another win in Sydney on Friday would give the tourists a 2-0 lead with three games to play, but their chasing down of more than 300 at the MCG has […]

England stronger for ODI action

England will hope that a raft of changes can help them rise to the challenge of defeating Australia in their five-match one-day international series. A misfiring batting unit proved costly in the 4-0 Ashes drubbing, so the arrivals of Jason Roy, Alex Hales, Eoin Morgan and Jos Buttler are a sight for sore eyes. They […]

Fed can fly and look out for Venus

The first Grand Slam of the year starts on Monday and the lack of some familiar names makes the 2018 Australian Open all the more tantalising. We will start with the men’s singles and, bar reigning champion Roger Federer, the main contenders seem to be dropping like flies. Federer is rightly the 19/10 favourite and […]

England seek SCG lift from Crane

England have one final chance to rescue some pride from a dismal Ashes series against Australia, with the SCG the venue for the fifth and final Test. The tourists have long since seen their hopes of retaining the little urn go up in flames, having been heavily beaten in Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth before the […]

Fowler to Plant seed for big 2018 in Hawaii

There are worse places to start the working year than the Plantation Course at Kapalua in Hawaii, host to the PGA Tour’s Sentry Tournament of Champions, the opening gambit for 2018. As the name suggests, the only criteria for entry into the field on the island of Maui is having achieved a victory in PGA […]