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Jack Ogalbe

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.

Benitez’s woes to continue at Chelsea

It was a truly thrilling round of Premier League action in midweek and there are sure to be plenty more fireworks over the coming weekend. Saturday’s early game sees Rafael Benitez take his Newcastle side to his former stomping ground to face Chelsea. The Spaniard impressed during his short spell at Stamford Bridge, most notably […]

Visitors to be the Villans at Leeds

Another exciting weekend of unpredictable Championship action awaits over the weekend, starting with two games on Friday. Leeds United host Aston Villa in a game between two clubs whose history suggests they are better than this level. Their performances this season have not always reflected this though but the Whites have won two of their […]

Dyche to outshine Howe at the Vitality

There’s more Premier League action on Wednesday with six games to choose from and plenty of drama is expected in a rare midweek domestic treat. All of the 7.45pm games are enticing as Bournemouth welcome Burnley, Arsenal take on Huddersfield and Chelsea meet Swansea. Things are starting to settle on the south coast following a […]

Value-laden Championship marks domestic return

Following a fortnight of cagey and, in some cases, forgettable international games, domestic football is back this weekend and the Championship is sure to produce its usual batch of drama and excitement. Friday sees two games with the pick arguably the clash between Burton and Sheffield United. A win will take the Blades back to […]

Gatland to get better of Wallabies

The nights are drawing in and all rugby union fans know that can only mean the return of international action. Seven matches featuring sides from opposing hemispheres take place on Saturday and Wales’ clash against Australia looks the highlight from a neutral standpoint. The Welsh have famously struggled against teams from below the equator, at […]

Federer the man to beat in London

The ATP Tour Finals start on Sunday at London’s O2 Arena for what the eight competitors will be hoping turns out to be a grandstand finish to another gruelling season. After an intriguing WTA equivalent in Singapore where Caroline Wozniacki upset the odds to win, her male counterparts will be hoping to produce just as […]

5 Things we learned from the PL Weekend

Another weekend has passed and after yet more excitement and drama, we take a look back at five of the biggest issues to have emerged from the action. 1- City streaking ahead For all Arsene Wenger’s complaints – and he may have had some legitimate ones regarding the refereeing – Manchester City were still good […]

United to compound Chelsea’s misery

The latest international break is on the horizon but before that there is a brilliant weekend of Premier League football action ahead. It would be strange not to begin at the start so we take an early look at Saturday’s lunchtime kick-off which sees Stoke invite Leicester to the Potteries. Some will inevitably shrug their […]

Lively Lyon to topple tame Toffees

It’s the Europa League’s turn on Thursday and the likelihood of the two English clubs having differing nights is extremely high. The early game sees Lyon welcome Everton and having won 2-1 at Goodison Park, the French club will expect more of the same. With no manager and no form, the Toffees’ campaign has not […]

Derbies galore on another exciting weekend

It looks set to be another entertaining weekend in the Championship that will inevitably provide more questions than answers from what is shaping up to be another unpredictable season. The action starts with a ding-dong Yorkshire derby on Friday night when Leeds host Sheffield United. This marks the first time the pair have met since […]