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Having worked in the media for nearly 30 years, Mark knows his sport inside out and at all levels. An avid football fan, Mark also has serious knowledge of the tennis world and is quick to point out value bets in a number of other sports.

Spurs to sink sorry Seagulls

Tottenham can enhance their top-four hopes and deepen Brighton’s relegation fears by easing to a routine victory against Chris Hughton’s shot-shy side on Tuesday. Spurs have not been in great form in the Premier League recently, with Saturday’s 1-0 loss at Manchester City being their fifth away defeat in a row. However, they have of […]

Solid Reds to batter Bluebirds

Liverpool‘s trip to Cardiff City on Sunday is probably the hardest test they have left in the Premier League this season – but it is one Jurgen Klopp’s team can come through with flying colours. Liverpool to win 3-0 @ 19/4 The Bluebirds may have enhanced their hopes of avoiding the drop by winning at […]

Emery to enjoy good fortune in Naples

Arsenal may have struggled away from home this season but they have the ability to score in Stadio San Paolo which should be enough to see them past Napoli and confirm their place in the semi-finals of the Europa League for the second campaign in a row. Only Liverpool and Manchester City have scored more […]

Ajax to triumph in Turin

Ajax have been outstanding in this season’s Champions League and they could claim another famous scalp by knocking Juventus out of the competition on Tuesday. The youthful and exuberant Dutch side stunned Real Madrid in the last round and were a little unfortunate to only draw last week’s quarter-final first leg against the Old Lady […]

City to plunder points at Palace

Sunday looks set to be a pivotal day in the title race as Liverpool and Manchester City put Champions League thoughts to one side for 90 minutes and concentrate on picking up three more points. However, it will not be easy for City to beat Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park, even though Roy Hodgson’s side […]

City can build slender lead

Manchester City will be keen to avoid a repeat of last season’s Champions League exit to Liverpool when they tackle Tottenham in the quarter-finals of the competition this month. Pep Guardiola’s side slumped to a 5-1 aggregate loss to Liverpool in the last-eight 12 months ago but can get the better of Spurs this time […]

Hornets to put final nail in Fulham’s coffin

Watford may have one eye on Sunday’s FA Cup semi-final against Wolves but they should still be too strong for dismal Fulham who will be relegated if they lose Tuesday’s match. The Cottagers’ campaign has been appalling – they have picked up just two points from a possible 48 on their travels and conceded 72 […]

Gunners may need to be patient

There have been plenty of goals when Arsenal and Newcastle United have met in the last few years but it may take just one to decide Monday’s match at Emirates Stadium. Eight years ago at St James’ Park, Newcastle produced possibly the greatest comeback in Premier League history when they hit back from four goals […]

Reds to triumph at fortress Anfield

Liverpool can keep their title push on track and put a dent in Tottenham’s top-four hopes by winning Sunday’s vital Premier League clash between the two teams at Anfield. The Reds can take advantage of Spurs’ poor recent form – Mauricio Pochettino’s side have only picked up one point from their last four top-flight encounters […]

Slick United to get back on track

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can make a successful start to his time as Manchester United’s full-time manager as his side should beat Watford at Old Trafford on Saturday. The 46-year-old Norwegian was handed a three-year contract on Thursday, just over three months after he had been appointed caretaker boss following Jose Mourinho’s departure. Since then United […]