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Chris Rivers

An experienced journalist, Chris is very knowledgeable on a host of different sports and often focuses on NFL, boxing and Formula One. Chris is also a regular at the Emirates Stadium, which adds to his knowledge of top flight and European football.

Chiefs can win Super Bowl preview

The Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Rams have already been pencilled in by some for Super Bowl LIII after dominating their respective conferences. In a potential preview of February’s showpiece match-up, the Chiefs visit LA in the highlight of Week 11 and Andy Reid’s men are fancied to edge a high-scoring shootout. Chiefs +3.5 […]

Party time in Texas for Hamilton

Eight more points. That is all Lewis Hamilton potentially needs to grab a fifth World Championship at this weekend’s United States Grand Prix. Once again, the Brit has comfortably seen off the challenge of the rest of the grid and should be able to mark another title success by winning one of his favourite races […]

Chiefs can stay perfect at Pats

Only two undefeated teams remain in the NFL heading into week six, with no-one able to live with either the Kansas City Chiefs or Los Angeles Rams. The Chiefs knocked off one AFC Championship contender last week in Jacksonville and now head to the home of the defending champions, New England, looking to make a […]

Hamilton to restore natural order

Having been handed victory in Russia, Lewis Hamilton will be seeking to lay down a marker when Formula 1 heads to Suzuka for one of the driver’s favourite races of the year. Given its place on the calendar, the Japanese Grand Prix has seen plenty of classic showdowns between title rivals, most memorably the Ayrton […]

Gunners to misfire on the road

Matchday two of the Europa League throws up a couple of tricky away matches for two of the four British sides in this year’s competition. Arsenal make the near 2,500-mile trip to Azerbaijan to take on Qarabag seeking an eighth successive win in all competitions. However, with a much-changed team expected to take to the […]

Joshua to find Povetkin a problem

Anthony Joshua has pledged to put on a show against Alexander Povetkin on Saturday night after a below-par performance when taken the distance by Joseph Parker in his last outing. ‘AJ’ is seeking the 21st KO of his career but it will not be easy against the experienced Russian, who packs a real punch and […]

Vettel seeks to lay Singapore ghosts to rest

The Formula 1 season has entered a crunch period with only seven races left to go, starting with this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix. These are desperate times for Sebastian Vettel after he saw Lewis Hamilton move 30 points clear in the Drivers’ championship in Italy. The Marina Bay Circuit is supposed to be a Ferrari […]

Saints to climb the NFL mountain

The nights are drawing in and the leaves are beginning to turn. It can only mean one thing; put the coffee on because we are staying up late on Sunday nights for some gridiron action! Last season saw the Philadelphia Eagles claim their first-ever Vince Lombardi trophy as they came from nowhere to topple the […]

United can blank Foxes in curtain raiser

The 2018/19 Premier League season starts on Friday night with Manchester United and Leicester City having the honour of cutting the ribbon on the new campaign. Red Devils boss Jose Mourinho has been more miserable than usual during pre-season but should end the evening with a smile on his face. Man Utd to win to […]

Big guns set out on road to Flushing Meadows

The prestigious Rogers Cup gets underway in Toronto on Saturday with 19 of the world’s top 20 players in attendance. The likes of Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic will be amongst those eager to hit the ground running as the march towards the US Open gets underway. Fed Express not stopping in Toronto The only […]