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Super Sunday - Chelsea vs Manchester United match odds
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by Abi Moses on Sunday 23rd October 2016, 7:17am.
Chelsea play Manchester United Sunday afternoon with current United boss Jose Mourinho likely to steal all the headlines as he returns to Stamford Bridge for the first time since being dismissed less than a year ago.
Mourinho is Chelsea's most successful ever manager, guiding them to three Premier League titles, one FA Cup and three League Cup victories in his two spells in charge.
Mourinho deserves a good reception
Current Chelsea boss, Antonio Conte feels that Mourinho deserves a good reception when he returns but made it clear that he will not receive any preferential treatment once the game has started.
In his pre-match press conference Conte said "When you have won three titles you remain in the hearts of the fans. He was an important manager for Chelsea and a big part of the story. He deserves a good reception but when the whistle goes he becomes an enemy, like the other players of Manchester United."
United looked a much improved proposition when they easily swept Fenerbahce aside in their midweek Europa League game and will need to once again rediscover their early season form of they are to overcome a rejuvenated Chelsea side.
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Chelsea vs Leicester City match odds
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by Abi Moses on Friday 14th October 2016, 11:47am.
With another international break over, football fans everywhere will once again focus on domestic football this weekend.
The first Premier League game of the weekend will see the last two league winners go head to head as holders Leicester City visit Stamford Bridge to take on 2015 champions Chelsea.
Chelsea's form "indifferent"
Chelsea's start to the season has been indifferent to say the least. After winning their opening three games they then went three games without a win before their 2-0 defeat of Hull.
Their stuttering start has seen rumours circulate over the past few days that manager Antonio Conte is on the verge of the sack just three months after taking charge. In fact several bookmakers suspended bets on him losing his job.
Kante up against old teammates
Saturday afternoon's match will see N'Golo Kante go up against the side he helped lift the Premier League title last season. Although a mass exodus of players was expected, Kante was the only senior player to leave Leicester City in the close season.
Conte said "Kante is an important player. He is a fantastic player with good stamina, technique and personality. He brought a great will to fight and he is a humble man. I like him and these types of players, those who put the team before himself.
Current match odds (courtesy of Ladbrokes):
Chelsea - 4/7
Draw - 16/5
Leicester City - 5/1
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Weekly sports roundup
Ennis and Fury dominate headlines
by Abi Moses on Thursday 13th October 2016, 11:38am.
was a dramatic day for British sport as we saw heptathlete Jessica Ennis-Hill
retire followed by the news that Tyson Fury has had his boxing licence
suspended by the British Boxing Board of Control.
Ennis-Hill’s retirement come somewhat as a shock, as many had expected her to
carry on until after next year’s World Championships in London.
The Championships would’ve seen
Ennis-Hill return to the city of her greatest achievement, an Olympic gold
medal for Great Britain in 2012. The Sheffield-born athlete took time out from
athletics when she gave birth to her first child in 2014, but returned to the
sport in time to take a silver medal at this year’s Olympic Games in Rio.
In a statement left on her social media page Ennis-Hill wrote “Amazing memories...from my first world title in Berlin 2009 to Rio
2016 I'm so fortunate to have had such an amazing career within the sport I
love and this has been one of the toughest decisions I've had to make. But I
know that retiring now is right. I've always said I want to leave my sport on a
high and have no regrets and I can truly say that. I want to thank my family
and incredible team who have spent so much of their time supporting me and
enabling me to achieve my dreams. Also a huge thank you to all those people who
have supported and followed my career over the years x”.
Tyson Fury’s potential retirement has come in stark contrast to
Ennis-Hill’s. One day after forfeiting his WBA and WBO world heavyweight titles
yesterday, the BBBC has announced he has had his licence suspended to focus on
mental health problems. The decision has been made after Fury had admitted he’d
taken drugs as a way of dealing with depression.
Fury’s uncle and trainer, Peter Fury has today confirmed that Tyson is
being treated for a “form of manic depression”. In an interview with BBC Sport,
Peter Fury continued “He acknowledges there’s an issue, that’s the start to
recovery. But maybe it is a blessing in disguise he is taking some time out and
getting this treatment, as it has been lingering on for quite a while."
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World Cup qualifiers preview: Tuesday 11th October
Henderson to captain England as Rooney is dropped for "tactical reasons"
by Abi Moses on Tuesday 11th October 2016, 8:47am.
Manager Gareth Southgate has confirmed that Wayne Rooney has been dropped for England's game away to Slovenia this evening.
Many had predicted that Rooney would make way for Eric Dier after experiencing a tough match against Malta last time out.
Rooney booed at Wembley
Rooney was booed by sections of his own fans at Wembley on Saturday and not has admitted in his pre-match interview that's he's in difficult period. Rooney has started on the bench for Manchester United's last three matches and now will be handed the same role for England.
Southgate has claimed that the decision to drop Rooney was tactical. He said "We have looked at he way Slovenia play and I knew in my mind the profile of the midfield I wanted to play in this game. In no way is it a reflection of Wayne's performance on Saturday."
Henderson will captain England
In the absence of Wayne Rooney, Southgate has confirmed that Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson will lead England out this evening.
England's game away to Slovenia is one of nine games being played on another action packed evening of international football.
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Slovenia - 5/1
Draw - 11/4
England - 4/6
Kazakhstan - 5/1
Draw - 13/5
Romania - 4/6
Slovakia - 6/5
Draw - 11/5
Scotland - 13/5
Lithuania - 1/4
Draw - 9/2
Malta - 14/1
Poland - 1/7
Draw - 7/1
Armenia - 22/1
Denmark - 4/7
Draw - 3/1
Montenegro - 11/2
Norway - 1/100
Draw - 28/1
San Marino - 66/1
Germany - 1/10
Draw - 17/2
Northern Ireland - 33/1
Czech Republic - 2/7
Draw - 9/2
Azerbaijan - 11/1
World Cup Qualifiers update
Accumulator bets becoming increasingly popular
by Abi Moses on Saturday 8th October 2016, 1:39pm.
The latest round of World Cup qualifiers got off to a flyer
last night with no less than 30 goals in the 9 matches played.
With wins for Iceland, Serbia, Albania, Ireland and Croatia all
proving popular choices with bettors, an accumulator bet, proved a very successful
Accumulator bets becoming more and more popular
With customers looking for the maximum return from the
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Bookmakers have recognised their growing popularity and have reacted with various offers
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First bookmakers offered “Acca Insurance” which entitled you
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Norway (vs Azerbaijan) – 19/20
Montenegro (vs Kazakhstan) – 8/13
Scotland (vs Lithuania) – 4/9
Wales (vs Georgia) – 3/10
Croatia (vs Finland) – 8/15
World Cup qualifiers: preview and updates
Ladbrokes launch "game-changing" new feature
by Abi Moses on Tuesday 4th October 2016, 8:16pm.
This week will see the return of international football with more World Cup qualifiers taking place, with 54 games played around Europe over six days, starting on Thursday.
The standout fixture on Thursday will see Spain visit Italy in a repeat of their Euro 2016 second round match. Italy came out on top on that occasion and head to Turin unbeaten in 51 qualifying matches, a sequence stretching back over ten years.
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Anybody that has placed an accumulator bet in the past will know that there is nothing more frustrating than one match ruining your chance of a winning bet.
Most bookmakers now offer "acca insurance" which would give you your stake back as a free bet if one team lets you down.
New Ladbrokes feature "a game-changer"
Ladbrokes, however, now offer an even more attractive offer, introducing their new "Edit My Acca" feature. The Ladbrokes management team have labelled their innovative new feature as a "game-changing function for sports betting customers."
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Di Matteo sacked by Aston Villa as owner calls his appointment "a mistake"
Steve Bruce the bookies favourite to be the next boss
by Abi Moses on Monday 3rd October 2016, 11:36am.
Aston Villa are looking for their fifth manager in less than a year after sacking Roberto Di Matteo.
Di Matteo, a Champions League winning coach with Chelsea, was only appointed manager at Villa Park on the 2nd June, shortly after Villa's takeover by Chinese businessman Dr Tony Xia.
Xia invested over £50m on new players to help fire Villa back to the Premier League at the first attempt. But Di Matteo, who had previously led Midlands rivals West Bromwich Albion to promotion in 2010, managed only one win in eleven league games.
*** Villa are currently without a win in nine league games ***
That win, a 3-0 win at home to bottom club Rotherham was back in August, with Villa currently on a nine game winless run.
One major cause of this is their habit of conceding late goals. Villa have conceded after the 85th minute in five or their eleven league games so far this season.
Owner has his say on social media
Owner Xia took to Twitter this morning and said "A difficult decision 4the board. But rather sooner than later we'd make the decision. All need learn & not repeat mistakes again & again. #UTV"
The early favourite to replace Di Matteo is former Birmingham boss Steve Bruce. Bruce has an impressive record at Championship level, winning promotion twice with Birmingham and twice with his last club, Hull City.
BetVictor and Ladbrokes are currently offering the best odds on Bruce at 5/4, below are the odds on the next permanent Villa manager, courtesy of BetVictor.
Steve Bruce - 5/4
Sam Allardyce - 8/1
Steve Clarke - 8/1
Steve McClaren - 8/1
David Wagner - 8/1
Dean Smith - 8/1
Simon Grayson - 8/1
Lee Johnson - 12/1
Ryan Giggs - 14/1
Mick McCarthy - 16/1
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Football League preview
Fantastic odds available with all the big guns playing away
by Abi Moses on Tuesday 27th September 2016, 7:31am.
There is a full Football League program this week, with all 72 clubs playing over the next two days.
In the Championship, the game of the week will be tomorrow as league leaders Norwich City host promotion favourites Newcastle United.
This fixture last season, a 3-2 win for Norwich, arguably ended Newcastle's hopes of Premier League survival. A win this week will certainly reignite their promotion push.
After a shaky start, with two consecutive losses, Newcastle looked to have adjusted to life in the second tier. They climbed to the top of the table with five consecutive league wins, scoring 15 goals and conceding just one.
Since then however, they were disappointing at home to Wolves, losing 2-0 before throwing away 3 points at Villa Park. Newcastle should've been out of sight at Aston Villa but couldn't find a second goal, finally conceding a last minute equaliser as the relegated duo drew 1-1.
Aston Villa hoping to kickstart their season
Aston Villa will be hoping that late equaliser will be enough to kickstart their season. Currently sat in 17th position, Di Matteo's side need to start turning draws into wins, 6 stalemates in their last 7 games is the reason for their lowly league position.
Next up for Villa is a trip to Oakwell to take on one of the season's surprise packages Barnsley. Amongst the favourites for relegation, Barnsley sit just one point behind Newcastle and Birmingham in seventh place.
Two consecutive defeats however have left fans concerned that they'll find themselves sliding down the table, especially when you consider Derby County, one of the sides occupying the relegation spots will almost certainly be pushing for a play-off place when they finally kickstart their season.
Derby head to another of this season's underperformers tonight when they visit Cardiff City. Buoyed by their win at the weekend, and new signing Rickie Lambert finding the back of the net twice, Cardiff will have their own play-off aspirations.
Tight at the top in League One
League One could see wholesale changes at the business end this evening with four of the current top five facing tricky away fixtures; Scunthorpe, Bury, Bolton and Northampton. Not one of those four sides have won more than two games on the road this season.
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by Abi Moses on Monday 26th September 2016, 11:08am.
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Under pressure Wayne Rooney affected by recent criticisms
Coral offering enhanced odds on United vs Leicester
by Abi Moses on Friday 23rd September 2016, 2:40pm.
Saturday's early Premier League kick off will see last season's Premier League champions Leicester City visit last season's FA Cup winners Manchester United.
United manager Jose Mourinho is expected to ring the changes as he looks to avoid a third consecutive league defeat for only the second time in his career.
Rooney position under threat
One player whose starting position has been a hot topic of discussion is Wayne Rooney's.
The United and England captain has struggled with form recently, and many journalists believe his inclusion is detrimental to the team, with suggestions he slows down the play too often.
Jose Mourinho claimed that the captaincy does not protect Rooney from being dropped but was keen to blame Rooney's critics for his recent slump in form.
Mourinho claims his player has been affected by the criticism that has intensified since England's recent win over Slovakia. Mourinho said "Honestly I think there was a Wayne before the Slovakia-England game and a Wayne after the Slovakia-England game.
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Current odds on today's game (courtesy of Coral):
Manchester United - 4/6
Draw - 11/4
Leicester City - 5/1
Champions League of Darts odds
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by Abi Moses on Thursday 22nd September 2016, 1:40pm.
This weekend Cardiff's Motorpoint Arena will host the inaugural Champions League of Darts, sponsored by Unibet.
The new tournament will feature the top eight players from the PDC's Order of Merit. The likes of world number one Michael van Gerwen, Phil "The Power" Taylor and 2016 world champion Gary Anderson will all be involved.
The eight players taking part will be split into two groups of four, with the top two from each group progressing to Sunday's semi-finals.
The winners of each semi-final will then go head-to-head later that evening in the final. The winners will take home the first prize of £100,000 and the distinction of winning darts' first ever Champions League.
Michael van Gerwen will go into the tournament as the odds on favourite. His recent Players Championship victory was his 18th tournament win of the year so far.
The Dutchman is in fine form and that 18th tournament win, including his last 5 events, means he has already matched 2015's tally of wins.
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Current odds to win the Champions League of Darts (courtesy of Unibet):
Michael van Gerwen - 8/11
Gary Anderson - 5/1
Phil Taylor - 11/2
Adrian Lewis - 16/1
Peter Wright - 16/1
James Wade - 18/1
Michael Smith - 28/1
Robert Thornton - 66/1
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by Abi Moses on Wednesday 21st September 2016, 10:22am.
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Chelsea vs Liverpool match odds
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by Abi Moses on Friday 16th September 2016, 1:32pm.
Chelsea welcome Liverpool to Stamford Bridge tonight in this season's second Friday night Premier League game.
Both sides go into the tie in great form with Chelsea still unbeaten this season and Liverpool arriving on the back off an impressive 4-1 win over defending champions Leicester City.
For Chelsea, David Luiz is set to make his first appearance tonight since re-signing from Paris Saint Germain.
Luiz will replace captain John Terry who's set to miss out through injury. Terry suffered ankle ligament damage in the draw at Swansea and will not only miss tonight game but is also a doubt for both Tuesday's EFL Cup game at Leicester and next weekend's Emirates Stadium showdown with Arsenal.
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Current match odds (courtesy of Bet365):
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Draw - 5/2
Liverpool - 12/5
Fan Duel to change to way you play fantasy football
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by Abi Moses on Wednesday 14th September 2016, 6:22pm.
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Champions League 2016/17 odds
Tournament favourite already firing on all cylinders
by Abi Moses on Tuesday 13th September 2016, 2:37pm.
The 2016/17 UEFA Champions League will get underway this evening and unsurprisingly Spanish duo Barcelona and Real Madrid join German giants Bayern Munich at the head of the betting.
This season's competition is arguably as open as it had been for many years with at least 8 teams in with a realistic chance of lifting the trophy in Cardiff next summer. Many of the favourites have flown out of the blocks domestically with plenty of goals and Europe's top forwards picking up where they all left off last season.
Favourites Barcelona get off to indifferent start in La Liga
Pre-tournament favourites Barcelona have had an indifferent start to the season. After opening their La Liga campaign with a 6-2 rout of Real Betis, which included a brace for Messi and a Luis Suarez hat-trick. They were however, less convincing in their 1-0 win over Athletic Bilbao, before a shock 2-1 defeat to Alaves last time out.
Real Madrid have started the domestic season in ominous form with three consecutive wins, scoring ten goals in the process. Current UEFA player of the year, Cristiano Ronaldo played his first game since limping out of Portugal's victorious Euro 2016 final and was on the scoresheet after just six minutes.
Lewandowski fires 7 goals in just 4 games
Over in Germany, Bayern Munich have been just as impressive in front of goal as their Spanish counterparts with eight goals scored and none against in their first two Bundesliga games. Robert Lewandowski has a personal haul 4 goals in 2 leagues games and an incredible 7 in 4 in all competitions.
Juventus have started this season a lot better than they started they last. Three consecutive wins sees them sat on top of Serie A with 9 points from 3 games. Last season they didn't reach 9 points until late October after losing 3 of their first 6 games. Record signing Gonzalo Higuain has chipped in with 3 goals in as many games.
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Current odds to win the 2016/17 Champions League (courtesy of SunBets):
Barcelona - 7/2
Bayern Munich - 4/1
Real Madrid - 5/1
Juventus - 10/1
Manchester City - 12/1
Paris Saint Germain - 14/1
Atletico Madrid - 14/1
Borussia Dortmund - 16/1
Manchester derby odds
United favourites as Mourinho goes head to head with Guardiola again
by Abi Moses on Friday 9th September 2016, 6:46pm.
A massive weekend of sport kicks off this Saturday lunchtime with the Manchester derby.
Both sides will go into the game with a 100% record in the Premier League this season which further emphasises the magnitude of the game.
Players will be playing not only for local pride but also an edge in the title race. As if the match needed any more hype, it will also see Jose Mourinho go head to head with his old adversary Pep Guardiola.
Mourinho, hurting from being snubbed by Barcelona before Guardiola himself was offered the managers job, took over at Barca's biggest rivals Real Madrid.
In his two years in Spain, Mourinho's relationship with Pep rapidly disintegrated. Touchline spats, mind games in their interviews, and a massive rivalry on the pitch turned 'El Clasico' into a grudge match.
Fast forward two years and here we are again. The same two managers, managing two massive local rivals at the top of the game.
Aguero out for City
City were dealt a massive blow in the build up to the game with the news that Sergio Aguero will miss the game.
Aguero was charged with violent conduct following an elbow on West Ham defender Winston Reid in City's last match and will now sit out three games through suspension, starting with the Manchester derby.
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Gatland announced as Lions coach again
Can the Lions triumph down under?
by Abi Moses on Thursday 8th September 2016, 2:24pm.
As expected Warren Gatland has been announced as head coach for the British and Irish Lions tour of New Zealand next summer.
Four years ago, Gatland led the Lions to their first series win in 16 years but leading a first tour victory in his home country since 1971 will be arguably his greatest achievement.
Howley to lead Wales in the autumn
Gatland has passed his Welsh coaching duties to Rob Howley for the autumn internationals and will focus on his Lions role with immediate effect.
During the press conference in Edinburgh, Gatland seems full of confidence ahead of the tour. He said "I know from having been in New Zealand recently (for Wales' summer tour) how much excitement there is ahead of next year. For the All Blacks, a Lions series is the ultimate test, but I'm 100% confident that we can go and win in New Zealand."
New Zealand lost several players to retirement after retaining the World Cup last autumn, some of the greatest players in world rugby - Richie McCaw, Dan Carter, Ma'a Nonu and Conrad Smith to name just a few, all bowed out after becoming the first nation to retain rugby union's World Cup.
New look All Blacks in ominous form
Despite the mass retirements, New Zealand started this year's Rugby Championship in ominous form, twice sweeping Australia aside, 42-8 in Sydney before an equally impressive 29-9 win in Wellington.
Gatland will name his coaching team later this year before his squad is announced next spring.
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Wales vs Moldova preview
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by Abi Moses on Monday 5th September 2016, 12:52pm.
Wales begin their quest for World Cup qualification at home to Moldova tonight as they look to end 60 years of disappointment and failure in their attempts to qualify for a World Cup finals for the first time since 1958.
Just to put into context how long the Welsh have waited to reach the World Cup, the last tournament they entered saw them eliminated by Brazil, thanks to a goal by a little known 17 year old called Pele.
Wales, no longer the underdogs
Under Chris Coleman, Wales look hungry, organised and most importantly united. Their heroics in reaching the semi finals of Euro 2016 has certainly enhanced their reputation. They now find themselves in the unfamiliar position of fans expecting rather than hoping they can get to Russia in two years time.
As usual, their key man will be Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale, however with Aaron Ramsey missing out this evening through injury, Bale will have even more responsibility on his shoulders.
One concern for Chris Coleman will be match fitness, several of his Welsh squad have had little or no game time this season. In fact many of the squad will not have played a competitive game since losing to Portugal in the Euro 2016 semi final.
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Draw - 5/1
Moldova - 18/1
Aviva Premiership title odds
Champions Saracens hoping for a third consecutive title
by Abi Moses on Friday 2nd September 2016, 3:26pm.
Today will see the return of rugby union's Aviva Premiership.
Current champions Saracens get their defence underway tomorrow when they host Worcester Warriors at Twickenham.
Saracens hoping to match Wasps three in a row
After winning back to back titles, Saracens are hoping to become the first side since Wasps in 2005 to win three consecutive Premiership titles.
Last season's English and European champions have strengthened an already formidable squad with the signing of South African flanker Schalk Burger.
Naturally, Sarries boss Mark McCall was delighted with the signing of a player capped 86 times by the Springboks and named as world player of the year in 2004.
Schalk burger, "one of the world's finest players"
McCall said "Schalk will add a huge amount of experience and quality to our young pack. To be able to add one of the world's finest players to the group is really exciting. He is a man who has achieved everything there is to achieve in rugby."
Burger is not the only high profile arrival to the Premiership this season, he will be joined by Kurtley Beale (Wasps), Taulupe Faletau (Bath), Louis Picamoles (Northampton) and Willie le Roux (Wasps) in what should be another fascinating season.
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Transfer deadline day recap
The done deals of summer 2016
by Abi Moses on Thursday 1st September 2016, 1:41am.
With the transfer window closing overnight, Bettingcodes.uk round up all the Premier League signings.
In a summer that saw Manchester United break the world transfer record when Paul Pogba returned. United were just one of 13 Premier League clubs to have broken their own transfer record this summer. Premier League spending surpassed an eye watering £1.1 billion.
Granit Xhaka (Borussia Monchengladbach)
Takuma Asano (Hiroshima Sanfrecce)
Rob Holding (Bolton Wanderers)
Kelechi Nwakali (Diamond Football Academy)
Lucas Perez (Deportivo la Coruna)
Shkodran Mustafi (Valencia)
Emerson Hyndman (Fulham)
Nathan Ake (Chelsea, loan)
Lys Mousset (Le Havre)
Mikael Ndjoli (Millwall)
Jordan Ibe (Liverpool)
Lewis Cook (Leeds United)
Brad Smith (Liverpool)
Marc Wilson (Stoke City)
Jack Wilshere (Arsenal, loan)
Mihai Dabre (Viituril Constanta)
Johann Berg Gudmundsson (Charlton Athletic)
Nick Pope (Charlton Athletic)
Jon Flanagan (Liverpool, loan)
Steven Defour (Anderlecht)
Patrick Bamford (Chelsea, loan)
Jeff Hendrick (Derby County)
Michy Batshuayi (Marseille)
N'Golo Kante (Leicester City)
Eduardo (Dinamo Zagreb)
Marcos Alonso (Fiorentina)
David Luiz (Paris Saint Germain)
Andros Townsend (Newcastle United)
Steve Mandanda (Marseille)
James Tomkins (West Ham)
Christian Benteke (Liverpool)
Loic Remy (Chelsea, loan)
Bassala Sambou (Coventry City)
Chris Renshaw (Oldham Athletic)
Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham)
Idrissa Gueye (Aston Villa)
Ashley Williams (Swansea City)
Yannick Bolasie (Everton)
Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Sheffield United)
Enner Valencia (West Ham, loan)
Will Mannion (AFC Wimbledon)
David Marshall (Cardiff City)
Ryan Mason (Tottenham Hotspur)
Will Keane (Manchester United)
James Weir (Manchester United)
Dieumerci Mbokani (Dynamo Kiev, loan)
Markus Henriksen (AZ Alkmaar, loan)
Ron-Robert Zieler (Hannover 96)
Luis Hernandez (Sporting Gijon)
Raul Uche Rubio (Rayo Vallecano)
Nampalys Mendy (Nice)
Ahmed Musa (CSKA Moscow)
Bartosz Kapustka (KS Cracovia)
Islam Slimani (Sporting Lisbon)
Joel Matip (Schalke 04)
Loris Karius (FSV Mainz 05)
Sadio Mane (Southampton)
Ragnar Klavan (Augsburg)
Alex Manninger (Augsburg)
Georginio Wijnaldum (Newcastle)
Ilkay Gundogan (Borussia Dortmund)
Nolito (Celta Vigo)
Oleksandr Zinchenko (FC Ufa)
Aaron Mooy (Melbourne City)
Leroy Sane (Schalke 04)
Gabriel Jesus (Palmeiras)
Marlos Moreno (Atletico Nacional)
John Stones (Everton)
Claudio Bravo (Barcelona)
Eric Bailly (Villarreal)
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Paris Saint Germain)
Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Borussia Dortmund)
Paul Pogba (Juventus)
Viktor Fischer (Ajax)
Bernardo Espinosa (Sporting Gijon)
Marten De Roon (Atalanta)
Jordan McGhee (Hearts, loan)
Victor Valdes (Manchester United)
Antonio Barragan (Valencia)
Álvaro Negredo (Valencia, loan)
Gaston Ramirez (Southampton)
Brad Guzan (Aston Villa)
Fabio da Silva (Cardiff City)
Calum Chambers (Arsenal, loan)
Adama Traore (Aston Villa)
Nathan Redmond (Norwich City)
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (Bayern Munich)
Alex McCarthy (Crystal Palace)
Jeremy Pied (Nice)
Sofiane Boufal (Lille)
Papy Djilobodji (Chelsea)
Paddy McNair (Manchester United)
Donald Love (Manchester United)
Adnan Januzaj (Manchester United, loan)
Javier Manquillo (Atletico Madrid, loan)
Steven Pienaar (free)
Didier Ndong (Lorient)
Jason Denayer (Manchester City, loan)
Leroy Fer (Queens Park Rangers)
Mike van der Hoorn (Ajax)
Tyler Reid (Manchester United)
George Byers (Watford)
Mark Birighetti (Newcastle Jets)
Fernando Llorente (Sevilla)
Borja Baston (Atletico Madrid)
Alfie Mawson (Barnsley)
Victor Wanyama (Southampton)
Vincent Janssen (AZ Alkmaar)
Georges-Kevin Nkoudou (Marseille)
Pau Lopez (Espanyol, loan)
Moussa Sissoko (Newcastle)
Jerome Sinclair (Liverpool)
Christian Kabasele (Genk)
Isaac Success (Granada)
Juan Camilo Zuniga (Napoli, loan)
Brice Dja Djedje (Marseille)
Younes Kaboul (Sunderland)
Roberto Pereyra (Juventus)
Daryl Janmaat (Newcastle)
Stefano Okaka (Anderlecht)
Kenedy (Chelsea, loan)
Ramadan Sobhi (Al Ahly)
Joe Allen (Liverpool)
yan Sweeney (AFC Wimbledon)
Lee Grant (Derby County, loan)
Wilfried Bony (Manchester City, loan)
Bruno Martins Indi (Porto, loan)
West Bromwich Albion
Matt Phillips (Queens Park Rangers)
Brendan Galloway (Everton, loan)
Nacer Chadli (Tottenham Hotspur)
Allan Nyom (Watford)
Hal Robson-Kanu (free)
West Ham United
Toni Martinez (Valencia)
Havard Nordtveit (Borussia Monchengladbach)
Sofiane Feghouli (Valencia)
Gokhan Tore (Besiktas, loan)
Ashley Fletcher (Manchester United)
Arthur Masuaku (Olympiacos)
Andre Ayew (Swansea City)
Jonathan Callieri (Deportivo Maldonado, loan)
Edimilson Fernandes (FC Sion)
Simone Zaza (Juventus, loan)
Álvaro Arbeloa (free)
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European Ryder Cup team announced
Rookie Pieters named as a wildcard alongside Westwood and Kaymer
by Abi Moses on Monday 29th August 2016, 1:35pm.
Darren Clarke has named his European Ryder Cup squad with Martin Kaymer, Lee Westwood and Thomas Pieters named as the three wildcards.
The trio will join the nine players who qualified automatically based on their performances.
Four rookies in 12 man European team
With Thomas Pieters the fourth Ryder Cup rookie selected to represent Europe, the experience that Westwood and Kaymer will bring could be crucial. The pair have 14 Ryder Cup appearances between them.
The inclusion of Westwood and Kaymer sees Scottish player Russell Knox miss out. With only nine automatic picks, Knox, ranked 10th in the World Points list will be disappointed to miss out.
Clarke explains his decision to include Westwood and Kaymer
When explaining his decision, Clarke said:
"in Lee Westwood I have one of the most experienced Ryder Cuppers of all time - it's his 10th appearance."
He continued "Martin Kaymer is somewhat of a Ryder Cup stalwart and another man I have enormous trust in."
Current odds to win the Ryder Cup (courtesy of Boylesports):
USA - 4/7
Draw - 11/1
Europe - 15/8
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Champions League draw
Pep Guardiola to return to the Nou Camp
by Abi Moses on Friday 26th August 2016, 8:17am.
The Champions League draw was made in Monaco yesterday and has thrown up some mouth watering group stage clashes.
Arsenal will take on French champions PSG in group A and whilst holders Real Madrid meet German giants Borussia Dortmund, their neighbours Atletico face an even bigger obstacle in current Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich.
Pep to return to Barcelona
The "Group of Death" has thrown together an intriguing contest with Pep Guardiola taking his new Manchester City side back to where it all began with two colossal games against Barcelona.
Another former Barcelona man, City director of football, Txiki Begiristain, seemed in a very spirited mood when interviewed after the draw, he said "it is not a nightmare draw because we are in a wonderful competition - but it is a very tough group. Pep knows the group very well, obviously Barcelona but also Borussia Monchengladbach from his time in Germany."
In addition to a third trip to the Nou Camp in four years, City will meet Brendan Rodgers' Celtic and Borussia Monchengladbach. The Germans were drawn in City's group last season with the English side winning both home and away.
Leicester given favourable draw
There were contrasting fortunes for the two competition debutants when the draw was made. Whilst English champions were given a favourable draw alongside Porto, Club Brugge and FC Copenhagen, Russian side Rostov will take on European superpowers Bayern Munich, Atletico Madrid and PSV Eindhoven.
Current odds to win the 2016/17 Champions League (courtesy of Bet365):
Barcelona - 3/1
Bayern Munich - 4/1
Real Madrid - 5/1
Juventus - 12/1
Manchester City - 12/1
Atletico Madrid - 14/1
Paris Saint Germain - 14/1
Borussia Dortmund - 16/1
Arsenal - 25/1
Tottenham Hotspur - 33/1
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U.S. Open Women's Singles Preview
Can outsider Puig upset the odds and add a Grand Slam to her Olympic gold?
by Abi Moses on Wednesday 24th August 2016, 8:21am.
The U.S. Open will get underway next week and unsurprisingly Serena Williams is favourite to win the women's singles title.
Whilst Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have between them won 42 of the last 46 Grand Slam titles, stretching back to the 2004 French Open, the women's Grand Slam events have always been a lot less predictable.
The women's singles has been far more open with 18 different winners in the same 46 competitions.
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Puig inflicted shock defeats on 3rd seed Garbine Muguruza and 11th seed Petra Kvitova before defeating 2nd seed Angelique Kerber in the final to clinch the gold medal for Puerto Rico.
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Prior to the Olympics, Puig had not beaten a top 10 ranked player for over three years but the gold medal success following on from reaching the third round of two consecutive Grand Slam events, suggests she may be ready to once again upset the odds at Flushing Meadows.
Current odds to win the U.S. Open women's singles title:
Serena Williams - 7/5
Simona Halep - 9/1
Angelique Kerber - 10/1
Garbine Muguruza - 10/1
Madison Keys - 18/1
Petra Kvitova - 22/1
Belinda Bencic - 33/1
Karolina Pliskova - 40/1
Monica Puig - 40/1
Agnieszka Radwanska - 40/1
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Olympic 2016 round up
Great Britain enjoy unprecedented success
by Abi Moses on Monday 22nd August 2016, 12:16pm.
The Olympics has drawn to a close for another four years, signing off in traditional Brazil fashion, with a carnival in the Maracana Stadium.
After London 2012, Rio de Janeiro had a lot to live up to and didn't disappoint.
The highlight for the Brazilians was without doubt be the gold medal in the men's football. Neymar's decision to pull out of their Copa America squad and focus on the Olympics was justified as he led the home nation to victory, scoring the deciding penalty in the final against Germany.
Bolt lived up to star billing
The star attraction at the games was once again sprint icon Usain Bolt and he certainly lived up to his billing. Bolt created history on the track by completing the "treble treble", adding three gold medals in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay to the three won in both London and Beijing.
From a British point of view, Rio 2016 was a huge success with their biggest medal haul in more than a century, surpassing the achievements on home soil four years ago. Great Britain finished second in the medal table, ahead of usual superpower China with only the USA ahead of them.
Great Britain enjoyed most success in the Velodrome winning a total of 11 cycling medals, including 6 gold. Half of those were won by Jason Kenny, his three gold medals made him the most successful British competitor in Rio.
Wiggins and Trott - Britain's greatest ever Olympians
Kenny's fiancé Laura Trott won two golds, her overall tally of four gold medals means she is now Britain's greatest ever female Olympian whilst fellow cyclist Sir Bradley Wiggins is the greatest ever male Olympian, his victory in the team pursuit gave him an unprecedented eighth Olympic medal.
Whilst the Olympics is and always will be the pinnacle for most competitors, the likes of Justin Rose (golf) will hope their gold medals will act as a springboard to go onto to achieve further success in the same way that Andy Murray's 2012 success lifted him into tennis' elite.
Rose may well be a part of Europe's Ryder Cup team next month and will hope to take his Olympic form to Hazeltine.
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La Liga season set to get underway this weekend
by Abi Moses on Friday 19th August 2016, 8:47am.
Spanish football will see the new La Liga season begin this weekend with the big three teams expected to dominate once again.
Holders Barcelona have spent big in the summer to bolster their squad. Andre Gomes was a big money signing from Valencia, arriving at the Nou Camp for £47m along with the return of fellow midfield Denis Suarez from Villarreal.
French defensive duo Samuel Umtiti and Lucas Digne joined from Lyon for a combined cost of over £35m and will hope to put pressure on the current Barcelona backline.
'MSN' the key for Barcelona
Despite a summer investment of more than £100m, Barcelona's chances will again depend on the form of Messi, Neymar and Suarez, the most prolific frontline in world football.
Real Madrid have also improved their frontline after re-signing Álvaro Morata from Juventus. Morata left the Bernabeu in 2014 but after a successful two years in Italy, Madrid have decided to activate his buyback clause.
Morata to put pressure on front three for starting spot
Morata returns to his boyhood club to put pressure on their front three, Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema but remains their only summer signing to date.
For Atletico Madrid, the key was keeping hold of star forward Antoine Griezmann and more importantly manager Diego Simeone. With a managerial merry-go-round that saw some of the biggest clubs in world football searching for a new manager, Simeone would've near the top of most clubs wanted list.
Although retaining their key men was vital to Atletico's chances, splashing out in excess of £60m on Kevin Gameiro (Sevilla, £27m), Nicolas Gaitan (Benfica, £21.5m) and Sime Vrsaljko (Sassuolo, £14m) was certainly a signal of intent.
With the big money additions joining Ronaldo, Messi, Griezmann and co, this coming season could be thrilling.
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Formula One back from summer break with Hamilton hoping to pick up where he left off
by Abi Moses on Wednesday 17th August 2016, 4:25pm.
The Formula One summer break will come to an end next week as the drivers head to Spa for the Belgian Grand Prix.
The break could not have come at a worse time for new championship leader Lewis Hamilton. After winning six of the last seven races, the momentum was certainly with the British driver, hoping the break has not had a bearing on his incredible form.
Hamilton overtakes Rosberg
Lewis Hamilton has overturned a 43 point deficit and is now leading the driver's championship from Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg. Hamilton will take a 19 point lead into the next race.
Rosberg would've be disappointed to see Hamilton win in his own backyard last time out. Whilst Hamilton cruised to victory in Germany, Rosberg had to settle to fourth place with Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen on the podium in first and second respectively.
Hamilton won from pole last year
The Mercedes rivals finished first and second in Belgium last year with Hamilton winning from pole. Rosberg needs to recapture his early season form and will be determined to win in Belgium with qualifying likely to be just as tight as the race itself.
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Usain Bolt wins incredible third consecutive sprint title
Jamaican star predicted to add 200m and 4x100m relay titles
by Abi Moses on Monday 15th August 2016, 8:34am.
Usain Bolt won an unprecedented third consecutive Olympic 100m title to end an unforgettable day of track and field in Rio.
Going into the games, Bolt had struggled with injuries with Justin Gatlin tipped by many to retain the title he himself won in Athens, way back in 2004.
Questions over Usain Bolt's form were answered emphatically when he eased home in 9.86 seconds in his semi final, returning later in the evening as hot favourite to take the crown. Bolt didn't get off to the best start in the final and at the half way point Gatlin looked to finally have the beating of him but then the Jamaican seemed to find another gear to win his third consecutive title but 0.8 seconds.
Following Ben Johnson's disqualification in 1988, Carl Lewis was awarded the gold medal that he himself had won in Los Angeles four years earlier. Usain Bolt aside, this is the only time, a sprinter had retained the men's 100m title at the Olympic Games. Further emphasising the magnitude of the Jamaican sprinters achievement in winning a third consecutive title.
Van Nierkirk smashes Michael Johnson's world record
The 100m sprint was arguably overshadowed by the men's 400m that had taken place just 30 minutes earlier. Again, a race hyped up that did not disappoint. South African runner Wayde van Nierkirk won from lane eight, obliterating Michael Johnson's 17 year old world record with a time of 43.03 seconds. Kirani James and LaShawn Merritt, winners in 2012 and 2008 respectively, run very respectable sub 44 second times but were helpless as van Nierkirk dominated from the outside lane.
Usain Bolt will be looking to add gold in the 200m and 4x100m relay to his 100m title, as he did in Beijing and London. Who would bet against him?
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Vardy expected to get Leicester up and running
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by Abi Moses on Friday 12th August 2016, 6:18pm.
The new Premier League season finally gets underway this weekend.
First up, in the early kick off, reigning champions Leicester City head to the KCOM Stadium to take on managerless Hull City, the bookies' favourites for relegation.
Leicester will naturally miss the influence of N'Golo Kante in the middle of the park but will be boosted by the news that both Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez are still available to Ranieri - for now at least.
Hull rebuffed in pursuit of Welsh boss
If Leicester's pre-season has been indifferent, opponents Hull City's has been nothing short of chaotic. Manager Steve Bruce resigned three weeks ago with no sign of a replacement yet. Hull had made an approach for Wales coach Chris Coleman which was swiftly rebuffed by the FAW.
Interim boss Mike Phelan will be in charge for the season's curtain raiser and is now favourite to take the job on a permanent basis.
No new faces in the Hull team
With the deadline to register any new players passing, Hull will take to the field without a single player added to the squad that won the Championship Play-off final at Wembley in May.
Leicester will be expected to win and win comfortably and with Jamie Vardy already off the mark for the season in last week's Community Shield defeat, who would bet against him scoring again tomorrow lunchtime?
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Glorious Goodwood preview
Marsha heads betting in the King George
by Abi Moses on Thursday 28th July 2016, 9:44pm.
The King George Stakes is the feature race on day 4 of Glorious Goodwood.
Sir Mark Prescott's filly Marsha leads the betting after getting the better of nearest challengers Easton Angel and (last year's winner) Muthmir in the City Walls Stakes at York three weeks ago, albeit the three were separated by less than a length.
Most of the leading trainers are aware of the competitive nature of the race and were cautiously optimistic when asked about their horse's chances.
Dan Downie, racing manager for Elite Racing Club - owners of Marsha said "it's a hugely competitive race and certainly her biggest test to date, but hopefully she's progressive and we'll have her fingers crossed."
Trainer of Easton Angel, Michael Dods said "we just hope they go quick and she acts on the track. We're very happy with her at home and we're hoping for the best."
Odds to win the Qatar King George Stakes (courtesy of William Hill):
Marsha - 6/1
Easton Angel - 7/1
Muthmir - 7/1
Take Cover - 15/2
Goken - 8/1
Goldream - 8/1
Cotai Glory - 9/1
Kachi - 12/1
Washington DC - 12/1
Jungle Cat - 14/1
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U.S. PGA Championship Odds
Big Four head betting again
by on Thursday 28th July 2016, 9:11am.
Baltusrol, New Jersey is the venue of the 98th PGA Championship due to take place this weekend.
Barely a week has passed since the Open Championship at Troon ended with the PGA Championships taking place 2 weeks earlier than usual to accommodate the Olympics.
Stenson and Mickelson play out one of the all time great duels
Henrik Stenson carded a final round 63 (tying the record for a round in a Major) to overcome the challenge of Phil Mickelson and lift the Claret Jug. His 72 round total of 264 was also a new Major record.
Runner up Mickelson finished 11 shots ahead of third placed J.B Holmes such was the dominance of the leading pair.
Their final round duel has earned acclaim as one of the greatest in Major Championship history, drawing comparisons with the 1977 "Duel in the Sun" which saw Tom Watson overcome Greg Norman at Turnberry.
Big Four head the betting again
The "Big Four" of Spieth, McIlroy, Johnson and Day will lead the betting going into the competition ahead Stenson and Mickelson, despite their impressive display at Troon.
Stenson started at Troon as big as 33/1 with some bookmakers, indicating there is great value in some bigger priced players.
Odds on US PGA Championships (courtesy of Betfair):
Dustin Johnson - 8/1
Rory McIlroy - 8/1
Jason Day - 10/1
Jordan Spieth - 16/1
Henrik Stenson - 16/1
Phil Mickelson - 22/1
Sergio Garcia - 25/1
Adam Scott - 33/1
Justin Rose - 33/1
Rickie Fowler - 35/1
Bubba Watson - 40/1
Matt Kuchar - 45/1
Patrick Reed - 45/1
William Hill sign sponsorship deal with Anthony Joshua
Betting codes, updates and everything you need to know about boxing
by Abi Moses on Thursday 21st July 2016, 8:52am.
Renowned for being an unbeaten champion Joshua has proved his worth amongst fans and industry folk alike, boasting the title of Heavyweight Champion of the World. While already gaining a name for himself pummelling Charles Martin a few months ago has really put the British boxer on the map, encouraging an influx of sponsors all wanting to sign deals with his people.
The latest to approach and win over the champion is William Hill, this month signing an exclusive deal. Seeing the Bookmakers become the title sponsors of Joshua's next three fights William Hill will no doubt dominate the fight night betting, a professional partnership that makes complete sense.
Alex O’Shaughnessy, Chief Marketing Officer at William Hill related “We’re delighted to sign this new deal with Matchroom Sport. Anthony Joshua is one of the most talked about boxers of our generation and it’s exciting to align our brand to this true British sporting icon.”
Next moves for Joshua
Joshua is now preparing for his second title defence fight, with many rumours flying around as to who that could be.
The Englishman, who has powered his way to the top with 17 successive stoppage wins, is quickly becoming Britain's biggest boxing star although he does have to face Joseph Parker in a mandatory defence at some stage.
"We will notify Anthony Joshua that he must fight mandatory challenger Joseph Parker on November 9, 2016. The mandatory due date is January 9, 2017,” the IBF told George Gigney of Boxing News in June.
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British Grand Prix Odds
Hamilton favourite at Silverstone
by John Jones on Sunday 10th July 2016, 8:30am.
Lewis Hamilton will start on pole position for the British Grand Prix, hoping to win at Silverstone for the third consecutive year.
Mercedes were dominant in qualifying, Hamilton and teammate Nico Rosberg were streets ahead of the rest of the field and both start on the front of the grid.
Teammates or rivals?
Due to Mercedes' dominance throughout most of this season so far, teammates Hamilton and Rosberg have become rivals, each vying to win the 2016 Championship.
Rosberg currently holds an 11 point lead in the Championship. The points deficit was cut last time out with Hamilton winning the Austrian Grand Prix. With both drivers colliding on the last lap, the stewards found Rosberg to blame for not giving enough "racing room" seeing him punished with a 10 second race penalty, demoting him to third position.
Mercedes pair given "final warning"
The Mercedes team were left reeling by the collision, team boss Toto Wolff has threatened sanctions to his drivers if the incident is repeated, threatening to drop them from future races or issue heavy fines. Wolff branded the collision as "brainless" and continued by claiming the drivers are "making their team look like a bunch of idiots and it is disrespectful to the 1500 people who worked their nuts off on the car".
Odds to win the British Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton (Mer) - 4/6 (Bet365)
Nico Rosberg (Mer) - 7/2 (SkyBet)
Max Verstappen (Tor) - 11/1 (Betfair)
Daniel Ricciardo (Red) - 16/1 (BoyleSports)
Sebastian Vettel (Fer) - 40/1
Kimi Raikkonen - (Fer) - 66/1
Wimbledon Men's Singles Title
Djokovic defeat leaves Murray as hot favourite
by Abi Moses on Tuesday 5th July 2016, 9:36pm.
Andy Murray has been installed as the new bookies' favourite to lift a second Wimbledon title, following Novak Djokovic's shock elimination.
Djokovic was eyeing a fifth consecutive Grand Slam win - a record in the Open era. But was emphatically dumped out in round 3 by seed 28 Sam Querrey.
Murray plays down chances
Murray was keen to play down his prospects of now winning at SW19, quick to point out that he would not have met Djokovic before the final anyway.
Writing in his column on the BBC website Murray explained "the year I won Wimbledon, I was seeded to meet Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the quarter-finals and Roger Federer or Rafa Nadal in the semi-finals, but they all went out early.
I remember that made it hard in terms of everyone focusing on me from early in the tournament and I spoke with Ivan about it at the time, because it's an extra thing to deal with. The difference between this year and 2013 is those players were all in my section of the draw, and so their losses had quite a direct effect, whereas Novak Djokovic losing on Saturday won't have any bearing on me at all unless I reach the final.
Odds cut on a Murray win
Murray, was as big as 10/3 with some bookmakers before the start of Wimbledon but now he is odds on with most.After comfortably overcoming the talented Nick Kyrgios earlier this week, Murray will now play Jo-Wilfried Songa in the quarter finals.
Odds to win the Wimbledon men's singles title:
Andy Murray - 8/11
Roger Federer - 3/1 (Betfred)
Milos Raonic - 10/1 (BoyleSports)
Marin Cilic - 22/1
Tomas Berdych - 25/1 (BetVictor)
Sam Querrey - 33/1
Jo-Wilfried Songa - 40/1 (BoyleSports)
Euro 2016 Preview - Outright odds
Can Wales repeat Leicester's heroics?
by on Monday 4th July 2016, 10:34pm.
After this year's shock Premier League title triumph, the phrase "doing a Leicester" will now forever be synonymous with any sporting underdog story.
Less than 2 months on from lifting the trophy, it is now the turn of the Welsh national team to "do a Leicester".
Taking part in their first major tournament since 1958, Wales fans would've been expecting to get out of the group and probably come up short against a side just a little too good for them.
Wales exceed their own expectations
The reality is, they topped their group, overcome a tricky tie against fellow Brits, Northern Ireland and completely outplayed the much fancied Belgian side.
Chris Coleman's side are now one game away from a European Championship final against either hosts France or reigning world champions Germany.
More than a one man team
Before the tournament started, it was suggested Wales were a one man team. Yes, they have global superstar Gareth Bale in their ranks, but this tournament has proven they are so much more than that.
Wales are the only side still in the competition to score in every game. They have had six different scorers, more than any other team. Aaron Ramsey has been arguably the player of the tournament, leading the way with 4 assists. All these statistics further dismiss the "one man team" myth.
Wales are still considered the rank outsiders to lift the trophy, available at 17/2 with Stan James.
Odds on the winner of Euro 2016:
Germany - 9/5 (Ladbrokes, Paddy Power, Betway)
France - 2/1 (Coral)
Portugal - 7/2 (various bookmakers)
Wales - 17/2 (Stan James)
Portugal vs Poland
Ronaldo and Lewandowski to go head to head
by John Jones on Thursday 30th June 2016, 12:44pm.
The European Championships quarter finals will begin on Thursday with Portugal taking on Poland.
Portugal left it late to finally overcome Croatia in the last round. An extremely tight affair with very few chances for either side was finally settled in the 117th minute. Thanks to Ricardo Queresma's last gasp winner.
Poland, however needed penalties to overcome Switzerland after the game finished 1-1. Despite taking the lead, they were pegged back by Xherdan Shaqiri's spectacular late equaliser.
Ronaldo vs Lewandowski
Both sides are lead from the front by their own world class hitmen, Portugal can call upon Cristiano Ronaldo, who after a slow start, is beginning to show the form that has seen him bag 51 goals this season.
For Poland their key player is likely to be Robert Lewandowski. Despite finishing the qualifying campaign as top scorer, Lewandowski has not found the back of the net so far in this tournament, mustering only two shots on target in their four games to date.
Poland have the better defensive record, Shaqiri's overhead kick in the last round is the only goal they've conceded in the tournament so far whilst Portugal, given their ageing defence and superior counter-attacking ability, will be hopeful of a more open, expansive game.
Lewandowski to score first and Poland to win 1-0 is 28/1
Alternatively if you're expecting a more open game, Ronaldo to score first and Portugal to win 3-2 can be backed at 75/1 with the same bookmakers.
Odds to win in 90 minutes
Draw - 2/1
Poland - 3/1
Olympic betting odds
Jason Day pulls out of Rio Games
by Abi on Wednesday 29th June 2016, 9:53pm.
World number one Jason Day has become the sixth high profile golfer to pull out of the Olympic Games to be held in Rio later this year.
The reason cited for not attending has been the much talked about Zika virus. The virus is mosquito-borne and linked to defects in newborn babies.
Although the Olympic chiefs and World Health Organisation say the risks of catching Zika are low, it seems the risk outweighs the reward for golfers.
Olympics not the pinnacle for golfers
Rory McIlroy, another player to have pulled out said the Games were not the "pinnacle" for golfers.
"Most athletes dream of competing in the Olympics," he said. "We dream of winning Claret Jugs and Green Jackets.
"With Day and McIlroy joined in staying at home by Marc Leishman, Graeme McDowell, Vijay Singh and Branden Grace, the chances of golf remaining as an Olympic sport seems far less likely than it did 6 months agoSpieth undecidedJordan Spieth, the highest ranked player yet to pull out has confirmed he is also "undecided" on whether or not he should take part but admitted "No matter what I do there's already been enough players withdrawing that I think it'll definitely have an impact,"
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Euro 2016 Top Goalscorer Odds
Antoine Griezmann is bookies favourite at 3/1
by Abi on Tuesday 28th June 2016, 5:17pm.
With Spain's second round elimination, realistically Álvaro Morata's hopes of finishing as top goalscorer went with it.
Morata currently sits tied first on 3 goals with Antoine Griezmann and Gareth Bale. You fancy at least one of these to score again before France and Wales respectively are done here.
Golden Boot race
Behind them are a host of players on two goals each, many of whom are hoping to progress even further in the competition. The chances of Portugal (vs Poland) and Belgium (vs Wales) progressing to a semi final showdown could hinge on Ronaldo and Lukaku adding to their two goals so far.
With bookies Bet365 still paying out for the top three places if a player is backed each way, it may still be too early to write of the likes of Thomas Muller.
An each-way bet on Muller?
Muller has been in devastating goal scoring form for Bayern Munch this season but after firing a blank so far in the tournament he can be backed at 33/1 to finish top scorer.
Current odds to finish top scorer (courtesy of Bet365):
Antoine Griezmann - 3/1
Gareth Bale - 6/1
Cristiano Ronaldo - 6/1
Romelu Lukaku - 7/1
Mario Gomez - 8/1
Dimitri Payet - 14/1
Graziano Pelle - 16/1
Luis Nani - 28/1
Olivier Giroud - 28/1
Jakub Blaszczykowski - 33/1
Thomas Muller - 33/1
Eden Hazard - 40/1
Odds on next England manager
Hodgson resigns as England are humiliated
by Abi on Tuesday 28th June 2016, 1:51pm.
England manager Roy Hodgson resigned last night after they were sensationally dumped out of Euro 2016 by minnows Iceland.
Hodgson strongly refuted claims beforehand that England would be taking their opponents lightly, but they crashed out after losing 2-1, despite taking a 4th minute lead from the penalty spot.
Pundits and former players didn't hold back in the criticism of Hodgson and his players;
Alan Shearer launched a scathing attack saying "We were out-fought, out-thought, out-battled and totally hopeless for 90 minutes. I said after the three group games that England weren't good enough.
"It looked to me like Roy was making it up as he was going along."How can he pick Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere? We had players in the squad who didn't deserve to be there. Manchester City's winger Raheem Sterling hasn't performed. We can go on and on. Then there was Tottenham striker Harry Kane on corners... the list is endless. "Our players caved tonight. We've all played under pressure, they caved and the manager caved. He gave Manchester United teenage striker Marcus Rashford four minutes and he still did more than anyone else.
"We are blinded by the Premier League. We think it's the best in the world for talent. It's not. We are totally reliant on foreign players and managers for excitement. We are not as good as we think we are."
Rio Ferdinand added "the display was embarrassing".
There's no denying this current England squad is talented and still relatively young, which makes the next managerial appointment crucial. This talented crop of youngsters must realise their potential with the national team. A post mortem will begin, older players like Rooney, Hart, Milner and Cahill may have played in their last major international tournament.
The Golden Generation
Despite achieving everything in the domestic game, the last golden generation of Beckham, Gerrard, Lampard, Scholes, Owen etc went from competition to competition of near misses and mediocrity for the national team.
England have in fact not reached the last four of a major tournament since hosting the European Championships 20 years ago.
Southgate the early favourite
Gareth Southgate has been installed as the bookies' early favourite to take over from Hodgson. Southgate worked with the majority of the senior team whilst in charge of the under 21 team.
The criticism aimed at Hodgson usually implied he was out of touch, relying on dated tactics with no Plan B. If Greg Dyke and the FA believe this also, a young, innovative manager may be the solution. Eddie Howe is a name being thrown about at the moment, or perhaps Gary Neville could step up.
Current odds on the next England manager:
Gareth Southgate - 15/8
Glenn Hoddle - 8/1
Eddie Howe - 12/1
Alan Pardew - 12/1
Harry Redknapp - 14/1
Alan Shearer - 16/1
Sam Allardyce - 16/1
Gary Neville - 20/1
Brendan Rogers - 25/1
Guus Hiddink - 25/1
Jurgen Klinsmann - 25/1
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British underdog sets up dream tie with Federer
by Abi Moses on Monday 27th June 2016, 9:25pm.
Wimbledon got under way today with all the big names coming through unscathed. Yet it was a new name on the lips of tennis fans at SW19.
Locals would've been delighted to see Marcus Willis progress. World number 772, Willis had considered giving up professional tennis to coach in the USA.
A shock win in straight sets (6-3 6-3 6-4) over world number 54, Ricardis Berankis has guaranteed Willis £50,000 in prize money and a second round showdown with Wimbledon's most successful player ever, Roger Federer.
Federer on Willis
On his next opponent, Federer said "I was very intrigued about his story, it is what our sport needs, where guys come from nowhere. We have had a hard time producing those players and I am really looking forward to playing him, couldn’t be more excited."
"It is a huge moment for him I am still on way back as well, his story is unbelievable and it just shows the depth of men’s tennis."
The highest seeded victim on day one was 17th seed Gael Monflis. Despite taking the first and third sets, Monflis lost to French compatriot Jeremy Chardy in five sets.
Djokovic still the man to beat
Novak Djokovic remains the bookies' favourite to lift a fifth successive Grand Slam title with Britain's Andy Murray once again be his biggest threat.
Paddy Power are offering the best odds on both players. Djokovic is available at 5/6 while Murray is 11/4.
Odds on the Wimbledon men's singles title.
Novak Djokovic - 5/6
Andy Murray - 11/4
Roger Federer - 14/1
Milos Raonic - 20/1
Nick Kyrgios - 28/1
Stan Wawrinka - 33/1
Poland vs Switzerland: Early game odds
Can Lewandowski end his goal drought?
by Abi Moses on Saturday 25th June 2016, 10:41am.
The knockout stage of Euro 2016 will get underway on Saturday, with Switzerland taking on Poland in the early kick off.
Both teams progressed from the group stage as runners up in their respective groups to reach the knockout stage for the first time.
Can Lewandowski end his goal drought?
Coming into the tournament as dark horses for many, goals have been extremely hard to come by. Managing only two goals each, with Polish superstar Robert Lewandowski yet to get off the mark - in fact he's yet to have a shot on target.
Although they find themselves in the supposedly easier half of the draw, a difficult match against either Croatia or Portugal awaits the winners.
Nawalka, however, insists the lack of goals from the Polish player is not an issue:
'We don't have a single problem with the fact that Robert hasn't scored so far.'He's doing a great job for our side. We are a team that understands each other very well and knows that what's good for the team is the most important thing.'
'Robert Lewandowski is doing very well in his role. So I don't like those comparisons, I don't want them. I'm very happy Robert Lewandowski is in our side.'
Under 1.5 match goals with Betfair
With the match expected to be a cagey affair between two defensively sound teams struggling to find the back of the net Betfair's 13/10 on under 1.5 goals could be a very popular bet.
Odds to win in 90 minutes (courtesy of Oddschecker)
Switzerland - 12/5
Draw - 19/10
Poland - 13/8
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The Battle of Britain commences with Wales vs Northern Ireland
What are wales' chances of a win?
by Abi Moses on Friday 24th June 2016, 11:58am.
Game two will see Wales face their second 'Battle of Britain' when they go head to head with Northern Ireland.
Both teams are in their first ever European Championships and will be hoping their adventure lasts for at least one more match.
Northern Ireland qualified behind Germany and Poland as one of the best third places teams, thanks to their superb win over Ukraine.
Despite losing to England, Wales were the shock winners of Group B and will head into the game as slight favourites. Both camps have acknowledged this whilst trying to keep their composure.
Both camps remain calm
Irish forward Kyle Lafferty claimed "It's a one-off game now and we'll go into it thinking we can get a victory"
Meanwhile Chris Coleman has attempted to keep his Welsh squad calm, highlighting the importance of playing the game and not the occasion. He stated "It will be about who handles that spotlight the best, who's capable of performing under that pressure and tension."
What the bookies think
Wales are commonly available at 11/10 with the draw at 2/1.
With both teams now in uncharted territory and the game likely to have a very British feel about it, we can expect a close affair.
Northern Ireland therefore seem overpriced at 9/2 with Stan James.
England Vs Wales: The build up
Wales' Bale shares words of confidence in defeating the English
by Abi Moses on Thursday 16th June 2016, 9:16am.
England take on Wales in Lille on Thursday in what is a massive game not just for national pride but in the context of their further participation in this tournament.
After Slovakia's win against Russia, Wales will go into the game knowing a win will be enough to guarantee top spot in the group due to their superior head to head results.
An England win is likely to see them safely through as group winners and Wales would then need a result against Russia in their last group game.
Gareth Bale goaded the English team when he suggested recently that no English player would get in the Wales starting 11 and insisting that Wales have more passion than their English counterparts.
Although Bale denied taking part in 'mind games' he did admit that he was pleased to have got a reaction from both England manager Roy Hodgson and midfielder Jack Wilshere.
During yesterday's press conference Bale claimed "it is good that they bit. I have never said that they didn't have passion and pride. I just feel that in my opinion we have more."
Odds on England vs Wales (courtesy of Oddschecker):
England - 4/7
Draw - 16/5
Wales - 6/1
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Novak Djokovic to face Andy Murray in Sunday's French Open final
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by Abi Moses on Saturday 4th June 2016, 9:53am.
World number one, Novak Djokovic will take on Andy Murray in Sunday's French Open final.
Both players head into the match in fine form and will be looking to create their own piece of history.
For second seed Andy Murray, Sunday represents an opportunity to become the first Brit to win the men's singles title at Roland Garros since Fred Perry won in 1935. Although Sue Barker did win the women's title in 1976.
Novak Djokovic is looking to finally complete that elusive career Grand Slam of all the major tournaments. A win on Sunday will elevate Djokovic into a very elite group of men to win all four major titles. Only Fred Perry, Don Budge, Rod Laver, Roy Emerson, Andre Agassi, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have completed a career Grand Slam.
Having won all of the three other Grand Slam titles by 2011 the French Open title has up to now managed to elude the Serb. He has been a losing finalist in 3 of the last 4 years, losing twice to Rafael Nadal before last year's defeat to Stan Wawrinka.
Odds to win the French Open title
Novak Djokovic - 1/2
Andy Murray - 13/10
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Euro 2016 Preview
England Squad Confirmed
by Abi Moses on Wednesday 1st June 2016, 9:00am.
Roy Hodgson announced his England squad for Euro 2016 today with Marcus Rashford's meteoric rise continuing after being named amongst the 23. Despite their injury troubles Daniel Sturridge, Jack Wilshere and Jordan Henderson have all been included.
Danny Drinkwater and Andros Townsend were the unfortunate duo to join crocked Fabian Delph in being cut from the provisional 26 man squad.
Elsewhere Marco Reus has been cut from the Germany squad having failed to overcome his recent groin injury. The Borussia Dortmund star would've been a key player for the Germans and will be devastated after injury also ruled him out of their World Cup winning squad two years ago.
Arsenal's Hector Bellerin has received a shock call up to the Spain squad to replace injured Dani Carvajal. A rumoured target for Barcelona, Bellerin will be competing with Atletico Madrid's Juanfran for the right back berth.
Both Wales and Northern Ireland have had their own injury problems to key midfielders in the build up the the tournament.
Joe Ledley has been named in the Wales squad despite breaking his leg less than one month ago.
Northern Ireland are likely to be without Harry Artur. The Bournemouth star, who was named as man of the match in Friday's game against the Netherlands, limped out of yesterday's training session with a thigh injury.
Current odds to win Euro 2016
France - 10/3
Germany - 4/1
Spain - 11/2
England - 9/1
Belgium - 11/1
Italy - 18/1
Portugal - 22/1
Croatia - 28/1
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Serena Williams 'ready for anyone' in the French Open
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by Abi Moses on Thursday 19th May 2016, 3:14pm.
Serena Williams will begin the defence of her French Open title at Roland Garros on the 22nd May.
Williams seems to have hit a run of form at just the right time. Up until a couple of weeks ago she had not won a title since August. Due to illness and injury she had in fact only taken part in 3 events throughout 2016, losing in all 3.
After losing in the final of both the Australian Open to Angelique Kerber and Indian Wells to Victoria Azarenka she was beaten by Svetlana Kuznetsova in the fourth round of her home tournament; the Miami Masters.
Doubts about her form going into the French Open were answered emphatically with victory in the recent Foro Italico, including a crushing quarter final defeat of Kuznetsova.
With the tough, outdoor clay courts of Roland Garros not the preferred surfaces of either 2nd seed Agnieszka Radwanska or 3rd seed Kerber Serena could finally prove her worth once again, relying on opponent's weaknesses.
In addition to this Maria Sharapova is still banned through her failed drugs test, making it hard to look past Serena retaining her title.
Current odds for the women's French Open title are as follows:
Serena Williams - 9/4
Victoria Azarenka - 6/1
Simona Halep - 13/2
Garbine Muguruza - 14/1
Angelique Kerber - 16/1
Petra Kvitova - 28/1
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England vs Sri Lanka 1st Test odds
Sri Lanka dealt a blow with injury to key player
by Abi Moses on Monday 16th May 2016, 4:02pm.
England take on Sri Lanka in a 3 test series later this month with the first test unfolding at Headingley on Thursday 19th of May.
Sri Lanka's chances of victory have however been dealt a major blow with the news that frontline seamer, Dhammika Prasad, has been ruled out with a shoulder injury sustained during a tour game with Essex last week. Regarded as one of the team's frontmen many critics believe this could have a negative impact on the overall performance of the team, an issue that will no doubt inform betting odds.
Two years ago Prasad was undoubtedly the difference in the final test of the series at the same ground, taking out England's top four batsmen and conceding just 15 runs.
The Sri Lankan physio thought the injury was just a niggle but coach Graham Ford confirmed today he will miss the game. Ford was quoted saying:
"he's not available for the first Test and its an ongoing assessment, on a daily basis. I am hoping what we can get him bowling again fairly soon. Then we will have to build him up and get quite a number of overs bowled in the nets in order to prepare him for potentially the second and third Test".
England have called up uncapped duo James Vince and Jake Ball to their squad, with Vince expected to play in the first Test.
Odds on the first Test:
England - 4/7
Draw - 9/4
Sri Lanka - 12/1
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Betting codes for the FL playoffs
The fight continues for promotion
by Abi Moses on Thursday 12th May 2016, 9:24am.
Although the championships may have drawn to a close we still have the play-offs to bet on, with Sheffield, Brighton, Derby and Hull all needing to play to their best ability. All wanting to be promoted the battle starts with Sheffield Wednesday and Brighton, a match that bookies expect Brighton to win comfortably.
2016 Play-off Fixtures (Championships)
Friday, May 13 - 7:45 p.m./2:45 p.m.
Sheffield Wednesday vs. Brighton
Saturday, May 14 - 12:30 p.m./7:30 a.m.
Monday, May 16 - 7:45 p.m./2:45 p.m.
Brighton vs. Sheffield Wednesday
Tuesday, May 17 - 7:45 p.m./2:45 p.m.
Saturday, May 28 - 5 p.m./12 p.m.
Despite an embarrassing 5-0 thrashing of Port Vale on the final day of the Sky Bet League One season, Walsall will take their place in the play-offs this year. Seeing Burton enjoy automatic promotion following a 0-0 draw with Doncaster Barnsley, Walsall, Bradford and Millwall will be pulling out all of the stops, eager to gain promotion.
The League 1 playoffs will unfold at follows:
League 1 - Match A
Leg 1: Barnsley v Walsall - Saturday, May 14 (5.30pm)
Leg 2: Walsall v Barnsley - Thursday, May 19 (7.45pm)
League 1 - Match B
Leg 1: Bradford v Millwall - Sunday, May 15 (12.15pm)
Leg 2: Millwall v Bradford - Friday, May 20 (7.45pm)
Inviting Portsmouth, Plymouth, Wimbledon and Accrington to the pitch the League Two play offs should be nothing but unpredictable, making way for great betting opportunities. At present bookies are heavily backing Bradford for promotion within this category, with little support being given to Millwall. Below are the fixtures:
League 2 - Match A
Leg 1: Portsmouth v Plymouth - Thursday, May 12 (7.45pm)
Leg 2: Plymouth v Portsmouth - Sunday, May 15 (6pm)
League 2 - Match B
Leg 1: AFC Wimbledon v Accrington - Saturday, May 14 (7.30pm)
Leg 2: Accrington v AFC Wimbledon - Wednesday, May 18 (7.45pm)
Where an area the majority of bettors will place their money when betting on the payoffs it is essential that you look at the big picture, betting on individual players, score timings as well as cards issued.
Championship play-off final
Saturday, May 28 (5pm)
League 1 play-off final
Sunday, May 29 (3pm)
League 2 play-off final
Monday, May 30 (3pm)
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Saracens hope to end England's barren run this weekend
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by Abi Moses on Thursday 12th May 2016, 9:11am.
All eyes will be on the Grand Stade de Lyon this weekend as Saracens will be hoping to end England's barren run in the European Champions Cup. Standing in their way are the French outfit, Racing 92, a club renowned for their unpredictable playing style.
Saracens have looked nothing short of dominant throughout this year's tournament and are looking to become the first side to win all 9 games on the way to lifting the trophy.
Both teams are looking to win the European Cup for the first time, with the cup thought to be the biggest prize in club rugby in the northern hemisphere.
Chances of victory
Racing's chances of victory are likely to depend on the performance of legendary All Black's fly half Dan Carter.
Carter is looking to complete the premier rugby clean sweep by adding the European Champions Cup to his four Super Rugby, nine Tri Nations / Rugby Championships and two World Cup wins he's achieved already.
Racing are currently favourites with the bookmakers but there isn't a lot between the sides.
Odds on the result:
Racing 92 win - Evens (Betfred)
Saracens win - 6/5 (Paddy Power)
Draw - 20/1 (SkyBet, Betway & Betfred)
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Bet on Upcoming Benn Fight
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by Abi Moses on Tuesday 10th May 2016, 5:30pm.
Son of British boxing legend Nigel, Benn catapulted into his professional career by knocking out Ivailo Boyanov after just two minutes of fighting. Accused of having all of the attitude of his father Ben is obviously doing something right, scheduled for two big fight nights over the course of the next two months.
"I never thought that when I came over here I would be good enough to sign for Eddie Hearn and Matchroom - but so far it has been proven otherwise," said Benn.
Thanking his dad for his guidance Benn appeared to be overwhelmed by his recent shoot to fame.
"My dad backed me and next thing I knew I was walking out at The O2 in front of 20,000! It's been an unbelievable journey so far and I'm pinching myself that I'm with Matchroom.
"I only had 20 amateur fights and came here to the UK with the intention to stay amateur for three years, which is what my father wanted me to do - but I wanted to turn professional.
Yet to perfect his trash talk the teenager is somewhat humble, something we believe will change over the course of the next few years.
"I'm just a baby in the sport of boxing starting out, coupled with being only 19 years old. I'm relaxed and don't feel any pressure, I'm just going to be myself and do it my way.
"I want to box all over the country, so going to Glasgow and boxing on the undercard of Ricky's world title fight will be a huge honour for me.
"I'm excited to be boxing back at The O2, too, and one thing you can guarantee with me is that I will be explosive and excite the fans."
Benn promises to go head-to-head on the undercards of two big fight nights; featured on the bill when Ricky Burns aims to win the vacant WBA world super-lightweight title against Michele Di Rocco. This fight will unfold on May 28th at The SSE Hydro in Glasgow with his opponent yet to be named.
Following that Benn will head back to the comforts of the O2 where he will be on the undercard of Anthony Joshua's IBF world heavyweight title defence against Dominic Breazeale on June 25th.
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West Ham Vs Arsenal: Place your bets
Odds on a Boleyn Ground defeat
by Abi on Friday 8th April 2016, 2:52pm.
With Saturday the 9th arguably being overshadowed by the Grand National in the world of sport it is important that we do not forget the Premier League, with West Ham taking on Arsenal in the early kick-off, the last London derby to take place at the Boleyn Ground.
Enjoying such at great first season under Slaven Bilic, West Ham are battling with both Manchester clubs for that coveted 4th Champions League spot.
The key player for West Ham is undoubtedly the mercurial talent, Dimitri Payet; a player that according to Sky Sports, Arsene Wenger had considered bringing to Arsenal in the past but chose not to due to inconsistency. Set to steal the show many are placing bets on the player as an individual, guessing whether he will score, when he will score and the circumstances in which the goal will be delivered.
Another player set to steal the limelight on this Saturday showdown is West Ham's Andy Carol, being the bookies favourite to bag a goal for the team against Arsenal.
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