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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.

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 […]

Spain to shine in Krakow

After a fortnight of glorious football from some of the continent’s brightest talents, Friday sees the European Under-21 Championship come to an end when Spain take on Germany in the final. Both have impressed during their time in Poland, with Die Mannschaft showing themselves to be as efficient as ever while La Roja have dazzled […]

Froome and Porte ready for battle

The world of cycling will be focused on Dusseldorf on Saturday as the peloton readies itself for three weeks of brilliant bike racing in the form of the 104th Tour de France. Following the short time-trial through the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia, the opening days of the race see the 198 riders meander through Germany, […]

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 […]

Top 10 ComeOn! Sporting Moments of the Week

It’s been another thrilling week in the world of sport, with joy, heartache and some surprises too! 1. Murray’s slump continues After an average year to date as world number one, the Aegon Championship was seen as the perfect chance for Andy Murray to find his form. On Tuesday he faced world number 90 Jordan […]

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 @ […]

New boys could struggle but don’t write off established names

The return of the Premier League is still two months away and despite there being plenty of business still to be done, it is undoubtedly worth having an early look at which teams could be in for a difficult season. Last term two of the newly-promoted sides went down and it is again the new […]

Lions to edge out fearsome Maoris

After wins over the NZ Barbarians and Crusaders, and more alarmingly, defeats to the Blues and Highlanders, the countdown is on to the British and Irish Lions Test series against New Zealand and Saturday sees the tourists take on the fearsome Maori All Blacks. Although very few, if any, of the Maori side will feature […]