Premier League

Liverpool look set for top four

For a while, it was Tottenham who were slipping but their 1-0 win over Newcastle on Wednesday means fourth is the worst they can finish and they are now guaranteed to be playing in Europe’s top club competition during their maiden campaign at their brand spanking new stadium. That leaves Liverpool and Chelsea as the […]

Daily Tips

Iceland can claim historic victory

Iceland managed a 1-1 draw with Argentina in their curtain raiser and can now claim a first-ever World Cup win when they face Nigeria. Iceland to win @ 19/10 The tournament debutants coped well with Argentina’s attacking players and looked well drilled in all areas of the pitch. In contrast, Nigeria appeared disorganised in their […]

Casino

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

Five Races To Savour At Royal Ascot

Tuesday brings with it the beginning of Royal Ascot 2018, the biggest and most prestigious Flat meeting in the world. The pageantry and tradition of Ascot is second to almost nothing in the sport but, equally, the standard of racing is rarely matched the world over. Here we take a look at five races set […]

World Sporting News

‘The Iceman’ Stenson to land New York spoils

Shinnecock Hills provides arguably one of the toughest challenges in golf at this year’s US Open and Henrik Stenson, dubbed the ‘Iceman’ for his composure on the course, can clinch victory in Southampton on Long Island. It will be the fifth time the venue in New York has hosted the US Open and the world’s […]

Nadal set to be too strong for Thiem

Dominic Thiem is the latest player to face the most difficult test in men’s tennis of trying to beat 10-time champion Rafael Nadal on the French Open clay. Nadal has lost a mere two matches in 13 year in Paris, with a third failure to claim the title caused by an injury withdrawal. Nadal to […]

Halep poised to deliver in Paris

Simona Halep is still hunting a first Grand Slam title and looks well placed to finally end her quest when she takes on Sloane Stephens in the final of the French Open. Romanian Halep has suffered three-set losses in each of her previous three Grand Slam finals, which came in Paris in 2014 and 2017 […]

Korhonen can beat Austrian Shot Clock

Pace of play in golf is an issue for all of us, professional and amateur alike. This week the European Tour stages the Shot Clock Masters in Austria in a ground-breaking new event for professionals. Whether it is a leisurely Sunday morning four-ball or the Tour pros, the time taken to get 18 holes played […]

Muguruza can end Sharapova challenge

Garbine Muguruza and Maria Sharapova meet in a fascinating French Open quarter-final today and I’m expecting a win for the Spanish third seed. Muguruza to win 2-0 at 33/20 Both players benefitted from walkovers in the previous round as Sharapova avoided a showdown with old nemesis Serena Williams, while Muguruza won the first two games […]