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Jack has been a sports betting writer for over a decade and has an excellent strike rate with his suggestions. A semi-professional footballer, runner and cyclist, his sports knowledge is second to none and he knows all the stats and facts you need when considering a punt.

Irish eyes to smile in Europa League

The World Cup may have grabbed the headlines in recent weeks but the new season’s European action has already started. After a busy first week, the Europa League has a host of first qualifying round ties still on a knife edge and there is sure to be plenty of drama. Dundalk to win to zero […]

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 […]

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 […]

Three Lions can roar past Croatia

The second World Cup semi-final takes place on Wednesday and England’s momentum can carry them past Croatia. England to win @ 13/10 The Three Lions excelled in their 2-0 quarter-final win over Sweden, playing with a control and composure rarely displayed by previous vintages. Everything seems to have fallen into place for Gareth Southgate’s men […]

Froome the man to beat for the Maillot Jaune

The 105th Tour de France gets underway in the Vendee on Saturday, with 176 riders from 22 teams steeling themselves for 3,329km of racing across 21 days. With reigning champion Chris Froome cleared to ride, the Brit will be aiming to win a record-equalling fifth Tour title, while he will hope to become the first […]

Uruguay and France can send Ronaldo and Messi home

After the drama of the group stages, the real fun is about to start as we approach the last 16 of the 2018 World Cup. Germany were the notable casualties in the group stages but there is still plenty of pedigree in the tournament, as well as some potential surprise packages. France to win @ […]

Flexible England to sneak opening win

Four years on from a group stage exit in Brazil and 24 months after their infamous defeat to Iceland, England start their 2018 World Cup campaign with renewed confidence. Boss Gareth Southgate has brought a sense of serenity to the squad and after saying all the right things in the build-up they now need to […]

Mbappe and Messi to shine on Saturday

The World Cup 2018 excitement continues on Saturday, and, with four games to go at, there appears to be plenty of value available. Both Group C and Group D get underway and fittingly, one of the teams the world is waiting for is in action as France take on Australia in the early game. Argentina […]

Don’t bank on a spectacle in Sochi

To many onlookers, World cup 2018’s Group B looks a straight shootout between Portugal and Spain but recent incidents have added fresh intrigue to this famous Iberian rivalry. Under 1.5 goals – 33/20 All looked good for Spain heading into Russia as, after big disappointments in the last two tournaments, Julen Lopetegui guided them on […]

Pickford, Kane and Sterling to lay down World Cup markers

The first of England’s two 2018 World Cup warm-up games takes place on Saturday as a resurgent Nigeria arrive at Wembley. With the global showpiece less than a fortnight away, the pressure is on those in Gareth Southgate’s squad to step up and show their mettle. The England boss has already selected his 23 for […]