Previews

Champions League 2018 Final: Real Madrid v Liverpool Odds and Betting Preview

Top level European club football for the 2017/18 season comes to a conclusion on Saturday evening at the NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kiev – kick-off: 19:45 – as Real Madrid look for Champions League win number 13 against England’s most successful European club side, Liverpool, who can improve on their five previous victories.

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Wenger Out but Who Comes In?

Ultimately, as the rest of the division finally caught up, it was Arsenal’s inability to compete for the title that turned fans against the Frenchman and even those three FA Cup wins in four years were not enough to placate a certain section of supporters. Wenger is on his way and he will be a tough act to follow and the obvious question now is – who comes in?

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Chelsea v Southampton: Can Saints Spring a Shock in Sunday’s Semi?

While Manchester United vs Spurs may be the ‘glamour tie’ of this weekend’s FA Cup semi finals, Sunday’s game between Chelsea and Southampton may look more straightforward. However, it is worth remembering that the Saints gave Antonio Conte’s men a stiff test in the league just a week ago and this is a time to bring in all the footballing clichés about form going out of the window etc.

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Manchester City v Manchester United: Can Mourinho Strategically Park his Bus to Stop the Guardiola Juggernaut?

The caveats standing in the way for the blue half of Manchester are a Champions League double-header with Liverpool, and bitter rivals Manchester United, who will be desperate to stop their ‘noisy neighbours’ from a title celebration while at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday evening, kick-off – 17:30.

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NFL: Super Bowl LII – New England Patriots v Philadelphia Eagles: Can Brady’s Bunch Claim Another Ring at the Big Dance?

Both teams ended the Regular Season as the number one seeds in their respective conferences; however, Philadelphia have made the journey to Minnesota without their starting quarterback, Carson Wentz. Nick Foles took over the reins in Week 15, and has led the Eagles to another Super Bowl – for which he deserves great credit.

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Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United: Back Red Devils to Shine at Wembley

After a slow start to life at their temporary Wembley home, Spurs seem to have settled into their new surroundings and currently enjoy a long unbeaten run at this famous old stadium. That record will be severely tested on Wednesday as Manchester United, who haven’t quite given up on their title ambitions, travel to London […]

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