Ligue 1 preview 2019/20 – Will Paris Saint Germain conquer French football again?

Football

With less than one month until the next season of the Ligue 1 kicks off, expectations are high that Paris Saint Germain will once again dominate French football. But with plenty of rumours circulating that PSG are set to lose some of their key players, it’s clear that this Ligue 1 season could be wide open. Whilst Ligue 1 football has often been put in the shadows by other European footb...

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Bet of the Day: Chris Hughton to be next Sheffield Wednesday manager

Bet of the day

Who will the next Sheffield Wednesday manager be following the resignation of Steve Bruce from Hillsborough? The bookmakers' early favourite is Chris Hughton, who was dismissed by Brighton and Hove Albion after four-and-a-half years in charge in May. During that spell with the Seagulls, Hughton took them into the Premier League and kept them up. That was the second time in his coac...

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Can England repeat their Cricket World Cup glory at the Ashes?

England’s 2019 Cricket World Cup victory over New Zealand was one of the most breathtaking spectacles in modern sport. With Jos Buttler and Jason Roy combining to run out Martin Guptill on the last ball of the super over, it meant that England had won their first ever Cricket World Cup. Such an achievement was far from an easy task. Whilst England had been favourites to win the tournamen...

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Grand Prix de Paris preview: Japan a hot favourite for Group 1 glory at Longchamp

Horse Racing

Aidan O’Brien won the 1m 4f Group 1 Grand Prix de Paris for three-year-olds 12 months ago with Kew Gardens and, in Japan, has leading claims of victory again at Longchamp on Sunday evening (18:45). This Galileo colt progressed throughout last season and won the Group 2 Beresford Stakes at Naas with a perfectly timed run. That is one of Ireland’s key trials for future Classic hopefuls. ...

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City Plate preview: Oh This Is Us appeals in Chester feature

Horse Racing

The feature race at Chester on Saturday is the Listed 7f City Plate Stakes (15:10) and Oh This Is Us looks worth siding with at 9/4 with Betfred to retain his crown and remain unbeaten at the Roodee. This Richard Hannon trained six-year-old is a tough and consistent sort who has won 12 of his 47 starts and has made the frame on 12 occasions. The son of Acclamation showed a really like...

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York preview: Weekender worth a wager in Silver Cup

Horse Racing

The chief supporting race on John Smith’s Cup day at York on Saturday is the Group 3 Silver Cup (14:40), and Weekender represents red-hot trainer John Gosden. This five-year-old Prince Khalid Abdullah owned son of Frankel was a gallant runner-up over the extended 1m 5f course and distance in the Ebor Handicap last season. Weekender was headed approaching the final furlong, but stayed ...

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July Festival day 3 preview: King’s Command can rule in Superlative Stakes at Newmarket

Horse Racing

Trainer Charlie Appleby has a good record in the Superlative Stakes, so King's Command looks worth siding with at 5/2 with Betfair to further enhance it with victory in the 7f Group 2 contest for two-year-old colts at Newmarket on Saturday (14:55). The in-form Newmarket handler has won two of the last three runnings courtesy of Boynton (2016) and Quorto (2018). Like that pair, King's ...

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John Smith’s Cup preview: Stylehunter has a super chance in York feature

Horse Racing

The feature race on a cracking card at York this Saturday is the valuable John Smith's Cup (15:50) - a historic 1m 2f handicap now in its 60th year. In a typically fierce renewal, Stylehunter makes plenty of appeal at 6/1 with Coral. This John Gosden trained four-year-old shaped with stacks of promise to finish runner-up on his first two starts last season behind a couple of useful so...

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Bet of the Day: Federer and Nadal face competitive Wimbledon semi-final

Bet of the day

Of all the tennis rivalries in the modern era, none is as enduring nor as popular as the one between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. The two most successful players in the history of the men’s game, with 38 Grand Slam titles between them, these are the men who will define the modern era, even if the winner of their semi-final here will likely go on to lose to Novak Djokovic in the final. Wi...

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Summer Mile preview: Beat The Bank fancied for back-to-back runnings of Ascot feature

Horse Racing

Beat The Bank won the Summer Mile 12 months ago and looks value to retain his title at 7/2 with Bethard in the Group 2 feature at Ascot on Saturday (16:00). Trained by Andrew Balding, this five-year-old Paco Boy gelding has won eight of his 17 career starts including all four outings over the trip at this level. After progressing throughout 2017, he found Group 1 company too hot on hi...

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Bunbury Cup preview: Solar looks pure Gold at Newmarket

Horse Racing

William Haggas' team is in fine form, so Solar Gold looks decent value to provide the yard with another winner in the big betting race at Newmarket on Saturday, the 7f Bunbury Cup (15:30). This four-year-old filly has only had nine starts, winning once and making the frame on six occasions. The win came on her penultimate outing last season when in the care of Charlie Hills where she ...

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2019 July Cup preview: Advertise fancied for Newmarket sprint and Festival feature

Horse Racing

The Group 1 July Cup over 6f is the culmination of the Festival at Newmarket on Saturday (16:40), and Advertise has leading claims of victory under Frankie Dettori. Trained by Martyn Meade, the three-year-old son of Showcasing is a course and distance winner who returned to form last time out. After readily landing a Newbury maiden, Advertise chased home Calyx in last year’s Coventry ...

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July Festival day 2 preview: Qabala fancied for Falmouth at Newmarket

Horse Racing

The feature race at Newmarket on Thursday is the Tattersalls Falmouth Stakes (15:35), a Group 1 contest for fillies and mares run over 1m. In what is a weak renewal where only six are set to go to post, the Roger Varian trained Qabala looks to hold outstanding claims of landing the spoils. This daughter of Scat Daddy looked a very smart prospect when winning her sole start as a juveni...

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Bet of the Day: Svitolina and Halep to go to three sets in Wimbledon semi

Bet of the day

The Venus Rosewater Dish, awarded to the winner of the Wimbledon Women’s Singles tournament, could have a new name on it by Saturday teatime. While Serena Williams remains the favourite having progressed to the semi-finals, there are three other names on the sheet with her, none of whom have ever progressed beyond this stage. Williams is expected to handily deal with Barbora Strycova in the...

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2019 Asian pre-season football tours – Top European teams in action

Football

Whilst the start of the next football season is still over one month away, you can get an early glimpse of how many top-level teams are shaping up. This is because 2019 sees the return of the Asia pre-season tour for UK Premier League sides like Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur. In addition to this, there will be appearances from European teams like Juventus and Paris Saint Germain at ...

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