The Aegon Championships (Queen’s Club) - Tournament Preview

The Aegon Championships, more commonly known as Queen’s, starts on the 19th June, with the final being played on the 25th. Queen’s is the traditional curtain-raiser for Wimbledon and represents a chance for the competitors to fine tune their form ahead of what is one of the most prestigious competitions of the year.

Andy Murray will hope to defend his title Photo Credit: skysports.com

Andy Murray

Murray will be hoping to break records with a sixth Queen’s win as he looks to successfully defend his title. The Scot claimed success here last year, weeks before winning Wimbledon, and will be hoping to do the same again this year. Murray hasn’t won a grand slam since winning Wimbledon almost a year ago, but did manage to make the semi-finals of the French Open, narrowly losing out to Stan Wawrinka. These were encouraging signs for Murray, who is hoping to hit form at just the right time in order to win a third Wimbledon title. He goes in to Queen’s as the huge favourite, despite his indifferent form.

 Skybet Outright Winner – Andy Murray – 11/8

Wawrinka has been in good form going into the tournament Photo Credit: skysports.com

 

Stan Wawrinka

Wawrinka will be hoping to lay down a marker as he looks to challenge for a third grand slam title. After losing out in straight sets to Rafael Nadal in the French Open final, Wawrinka will be hoping to go one step better. The world number three is the second highest seeded player at Queen’s and after beating Murray in the semi-finals of the French Open, he will feel confident of doing the same again.

Skybet Outright Winner – Stan Wawrinka – 12/1

Raonic reached the final last year at Queens Photo Credit: skysports.com

Milos Raonic

After losing out to Murray in last year’s final, Raonic will be even more determined to win his first Queen’s title. Now ranked sixth in the world, the Canadian will see Queen’s as an opportunity to make a statement, with Novak Djokovic, Rodger Federer and Nadal not competing. Raonic is yet to win a grand slam, and will be hoping Queen’s can set himself up for Wimbledon glory.

 Skybet Outright Winner – Milos Raonic – 11/2

 Dark horses

If you’re looking for a well-priced long shot at Queen’s, then Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Tomas Berdych are great value. Ranked 11th and 14th in the World respectably, both have shown in the past they are more than capable of going the distance. Tsonga reached the quarter finals of Wimbledon last year, and the semi-finals in both 2011 and 2012. Berdych by comparison was beaten in the semi-final of the competition by last year’s winner, Murray.

Skybet Outright Winner – Jo-Wilfried Tsonga – 20/1

Skybet Outright Winner Tomas Berdych – 16/1

Juventus vs Real Madrid - Match Preview

Champions League Final, Principality Stadium, Cardiff 7.45pm

Juventus vs Real Madrid – Match Preview – It’s the holy grail of European trophies. Under the bright Cardiff street lights, Juventus and Real Madrid fans will pour into the Principality Stadium in anticipation, hoping their side can grasp the two large handles on the Champions League trophy on Saturday 3rd June.

Real Madrid will be looking to defend their title, and if successful, will be the first team since 1989 to win back-to-back European trophies. AC Milan were the last side to do so; defeating Benfica 1-0 in 1989-90 season following their previous success in 1988-89.

Juventus have reached the final eight times in their history. The Italian giants have been triumphant in two of those eight finals; in 1985 and 1996. ‘The Old Lady’ most recently featured in the 2015 final against Barcelona and lost, 3-1. Now Real Madrid striker, Alvaro Morata, scored for Juventus and will now be hoping he can beat his old side on Saturday.

Gareth Bale could start ahead of Isco in the final in Cardiff

Gareth Bale could start ahead of Isco in the final in Cardiff Photo Credit: skysports.com

Welsh winger, Gareth Bale, was announced in the Champions League final squad after a six-week injury that left his potential dream return to his hometown for the final in the balance. Bale has had a mixed season having been unfortunate with injury for most of it. If Bale does feature for ‘Los Blancos’, will he create some magic back in his hometown, Cardiff?

Skybet Anytime Goalscorer – Gareth Bale to score Anytime in 90 mins – 5/2

Juventus have progressed through the tournament in typical Juventus style; well drilled at the back, a tireless midfield and natural goal scorers among their arsenal. Gonzalo Higuain has been in sublime form this season, having moved to Juventus in 2016 for a whopping £75 million. The Argentine has delivered on his price tag, having scored 24 goals in 38 matches. Can Gonzalo strike again on Europe’s biggest stage?

Skybet Anytime Goalscorer – Gonzalo Higuain to score Anytime in 90 mins – 13/8

Team News

As aforementioned, Zinedine Zidane has a huge decision to make regarding Gareth Bale and whether to start him over Isco. Isco has played an important part in Madrid’s La Liga title win this season.

Pepe is set to miss the final with broken ribs, meaning Raphael Varane is likely to start with Sergio Ramos at the back. Can those two create a formidable partnership?

Skybet Clean Sheet – Real Madrid to keep a Clean Sheet – 15/8

Juventus defender Dani Alves will be hoping to win his 4th Champions League medal

Juventus defender Dani Alves will be hoping to win his 4th Champions League medal Photo Credit: skysports.com

Ex-Real Madrid midfielder, Sami Khedira, will return to the Juventus squad after picking up an injury in the semi-final against Monaco.

Right back, Dani Alves, has been one of the stars of the Champions League and will look to continue his impressive form having popped up with a few crucial goals. Can he score in one of the most important matches of his career?

Skybet Anytime Goalscorer – Dani Alves to score Anytime in 90 mins – 9/2

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Huddersfield Town vs Reading - Match Preview

Skybet Championship Playoff Final, Wembley, London 3pm

It’s football’s most expensive match, Wembley Way will be full to the brim of Reading FC and Huddersfield Town fans as their teams fight for a spot in the most watched football league on the planet, the Premier League.

As a fan, it can be the most nerve-racking, nail-biting, heart-breaking match to watch. It can also be magical. Heroes are birthed in play-off finals, names are forever remembered and history continues to be written under the Wembley arch. For both Reading FC and Huddersfield Town, they will be praying for that moment of elation when the final whistle will be blown, not the tearful misery of failure.

Jaap Stam will hope to lead his Reading side into the Premier League

Jaap Stam will hope to lead his Reading side into the Premier League Photo Credit: skysports.com

Reading FC are no strangers to the play-offs. However, they enter the match with a certain aura and swagger that many did not expect them to possess. Their ability to keep possession and score at vital times has helped their meteoric rise to the high-end of the table for most of the season. Led by Manchester United legend, Jaap Stam, ‘The Royals’ will look to impose their style of play early on Monday night; attempting to control the tempo of the match and dictate the flow, using their key players such as clinical striker, Yann Kermorgant and playmaker, John Swift. Kermorgant scored the crucial goal to help Reading reach the final, will he strike again?

Skybet Anytime Goalscorer – Yann Kermorgant to score Anytime in 90 mins – 9/4

Huddersfield Town have been the surprise package from the Championship this season. They have continued to defy the odds following their poor campaign last year, finishing 19th just avoiding relegation. With head coach, David Wagner, and an ensemble of young loanees’ and signings, they have become an unexpected force to be reckoned with. Their potent attack and rigid defence saw them fight off strong opposition in Sheffield Wednesday in the semi-final tie, overcoming the Championship giants on penalties to reach the final. Aaron Mooy has been delightful for ‘The Terriers’, popping up in key moments with brilliant set-pieces and goals. Will the Australian continue  his impressive season with a goal at Wembley Stadium?

Skybet Anytime Goalscorer – Aaron Mooy to score Anytime in 90 mins – 7/2

Manchester City loanee Aaron Mooy has been excellent for Huddersfield this season

Manchester City loanee Aaron Mooy has been excellent for Huddersfield this season Photo Credit: skysports.com

Team News

Reading will be hoping Jordan Obita, who scored in the semi-final first leg vs Fulham, will be fit and available after picking up an ankle injury.

Gareth McCleary could also get a start, after coming off the bench in the 1-0 win over Fulham.

Jaap Stam will have some big decisions to make, can he lead his squad to the Premier League?

Skybet To Lift The Trophy – Reading – 6/5

Huddersfield Town have no fresh injury worries and could name the same starting XI that beat Sheffield Wednesday.

Chelsea loanee, Kasey Palmer, could be fit after being side-lined for three months with a hamstring injury.

Can Wagner complete what has already been a glorious season with promotion to the Premier League?

Skybet To Lift The Trophy – Huddersfield – 4/6

 

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French Cup Final, Stade de France, Saint – Denis 8pm

Ligue 1 runners-up PSG are seeking their third consecutive Coupe de France title against underdogs Angers SCO at Stade de France.

The home of French football, Stade de France, could host one of the true underdog stories as The Parisian goliaths face trophy-less Angers in France’s premier knockout cup competition.

PSG have had a very poor season by their own ambitious standards and as such manager Unai Emery’s job is under intense scrutiny. Accustomed to success; especially domestically, missing out to a brilliant Monaco side in Ligue 1 by 8 points will have been a massive blow. Even worse was the humiliating manner in which the Spanish manager’s side threw a commanding 4-0 lead against Barcelona in the Champions League – losing 6-1 in the second leg and consequentially being ejected from the competition as early as the last 16 stage.

The only silverware won this campaign by the ex-Valencia and Sevilla manager’s side has been the Coupe de la Ligue; crushing French Champions Monaco 4-1 in the final.
Winning the Coupe de France – and therefore the domestic club double – could be Emery’s only salvation as he fights for his job. The Spaniard is no stranger to success in cup competitions; having guided Sevilla to three consecutive Europa League titles during his time in Seville.

Stephane Moulin’s men finished in a commendable 12th position in Ligue 1 but have never won a trophy in the club’s history. In fact, this is the first cup final Angers have got to for 60 years – making PSG massive favourites to take the crown.

Angers displayed their fighting spirit in a resilient 2-0 semi-final victory over Guingamp; in the last minute Guingamp forward Jimmy Briand missed a penalty before Karl Toko Ekambi went up the other end to finish the tie in injury time.
PSG reached the final by demolishing domestic rivals Monaco 5-0 with a stunning performance in the semis, courtesy of a Blaise Matuidi goal an assist.

PSG have won 13 of their last 16 league matches so will come into this one in red hot form, Angers on the other hand have lost 6 of their last 10 – but picked up two consecutive wins to end the season which will help build confidence.

Team News
PSG will be thankful they have an embarrassment of riches to call upon in their squad, as full backs Thomas Meunier and Layvin Kurzawa are both ruled out – Maxwell and Serge Aurier are both set to start in their place. Grzegorz Krychowiak is also out of contention. Hatem Ben Arfa and Marco Veratti are both doubts but should be fit enough to make the squad.

Angers will want to be at full strength for the challenge of the French giants – but will be without defenders Pablo Martinez and Yoann Andreu are ruled out alongside striker Billy Ketkeophomphone. Abdoulaye Bamba remains a doubt for the final.

Edinson Cavani has scored 35 goals in Ligue 1 this season

Edinson Cavani has scored 35 goals in Ligue 1 this season Photo Credit: skysports.com

Players to Watch 
This match is likely to boil down to whether the PSG players can reach the standards expected to see the job through. Hence two key players for the Parisians are noted here.
Edison Cavani is a player that often divides opinion. Irrespective of his perceived efficiency or whether he was the man to replace the cataclysmic hole left by Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the Uruguayan’s output is phenomenal – 35 goals in Ligue 1 is only bettered by Lionel Messi’s 37 in Europe’s top 5 leagues this season. Blessed with athleticism and incredible movement of the ball and with a gifted knack for being in the right place at the right time; 49 goals in all competitions this season highlights the danger of the ex-Napoli man. It is a certainty that PSG are going to create chances, if Cavani puts them away then Angers won’t have a prayer of winning this tournament.

Thiago Silva is a man that leads by example – the PSG captain puts his body on the line in aid of his team and uses his leadership qualities to calm his side down when needed. The Brazillian international is the second most expensive defender in history after moving from Italian giants AC Milan to the French capital. Thiago Silva is an excellent reader of the game and often snuffs out opportunities before the danger presents itself, his ability on the ball then helps the team push forward.
61 caps for Brazil in a trophy-laden career speaks volumes of one of the world’s highest-rated defenders and on his day can give nightmares to even the very best strikers.

 

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Daily Horse Racing Pro Tips - 24th August 2017

Horse Racing Preview

Here is our horse racing preview for Thursday 25th May 2017 across UK and Ireland Horse Racing today, unit stakes advised upon each selection.

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 25th May 2017 -Goodwood 2.35pm -Molecomb Blue Handicap

Shady McCoy – 7/2 – 2pt stake (EW)

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 25th May 2017 -Catterick 2.55pm -Support Local Business Selling Stakes

Mr Strutter – 13/8 – 2pt stake

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland -25th May 2017 -Catterick 3.30pm -RDA Richmond And Catterick Group Handicap

Bold Spirit – 11/1 – 1pt stake (EW)

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 25th May 2017 -Goodwood 4.55pm – Oriens Aviation EBF Maiden Fillies’ Stakes

Apphia – 9/4 – 2pt stake

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UK / Ireland Horse Racing Preview - 12th July 2017

Horse Racing Preview

Here is our horse racing preview for Wednesday 24th May 2017 across UK and Ireland Horse Racing today, unit stakes advised upon each selection.

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 24th May 2017 -Lingfield 2.10pm -Newsteam Group Maiden Stakes

Cross Step – 10/1 – 1pt stake (EW)

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland -24th May 2017 -Lingfield 2.40pm -Menzies Distribution Ltd Handicap

Hope Is High – 9/4 – 2pt stake

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 24th May 2017 -Lingfield 3.10pm -Support Your Local Independent Retailer Handicap

All My Love – 11/1 – 1pt stake (EW)

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 24th May 2017 -Lingfield 4.10pm – Newstraid Charity Raceday Handicap

Quantum Dot – 8/1 – 1pt stake (EW)

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Horse Racing Pro Tips

Horse Racing Preview

Here is our horse racing preview for Tuesday 23rd May 2017 across UK and Ireland Horse Racing today, unit stakes advised upon each selection.

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland -23rd May 2017 -Newcastle 2.10pm -Tech Talent Handicap (Div 1)

Muzaahim – 9/2 – 1pt stake (EW)

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 23rd May 2017 -Newcastle 2.40pm -Tech Talent Handicap (Div 2)

Affectionate Lady – 14/1 – 1pt stake (EW)

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 23rd May 2017 -Newcastle 3.40pm – Go Reboot Maiden Stakes

Melinoe – 10/3 – 1pt stake (EW)

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 23rd May 2017 -Brighton 3.50pm -Streamline Taxis Supports The Martlets Hospice Handicap

Deep Challenger – 3/1 – 2pt stake

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Horse Racing Pro Tips - 22nd November 2017

Today’s horse racing preview comes from two meetings, Huntingdon and Nottingham. Another good day yesterday with two of the three winning giving a 7/1 double from the advised prices.

 

16.00 Nottingham – bettinggods.com Free Racing Tips British EBF Maiden Stakes (8.2f)

Simon Crisford’s juveniles have to be respected, their representative here is Maratha who looks good value against Ed Dunlop’s Sporting Times here.

Ran well in debut when behind the long odds on shot Mark of Approval on the all-weather, he was not given a hard time on the defeat, with the third placed seventeen lengths behind. The son of Cape Cross should be making his presence felt under in form jockey Oisin Murphy.

Obvious dangers are Sporting Times for Ed Dunlop, shaped well on debut when second to Michael Stoutes Elucidation, that maiden is looking very weak at present, he looks vulnerable.

Maratha : 2pt Win @ 3/1 (BOG)

16.30 Nottingham – bettinggods.com Big Race Bookie Busters Classified Stakes (8.3f)

A weak contest that should see Jonathan Portman’s Broad Appeal go close. A winner over 8f on the all-weather at Kempton, nothing has really come out of that maiden apart from the third who went on to Frank with a win.

He failed to sparkle on handicap debut when he ran seventh over today’s trio in a 0-70 rated race, drops into this company that is relevantly easy enough to exploit, let’s just hope they strap the tackle on more correctly this time.

Ed Dunlop will either beat me twice or follow my selections home, once more his entry here All Nafoorah is nicely bred by Bated Breathe who will definitely relish the conditions. Two good seconds this year which included a second over course and distance and in this grade, will go close again.

Broad Appeal : 1pt each way @ 7/1 (BOG)

18.05 Huntingdon – Follow Us On Twitter At 188bet Handicap Hurdle (0-100)

Today’s Nap comes in Calling Des Blins, the Skelton’s are going great guns at present and despite the selection not hitting the frame on all three hurdle starts , it’s the fact he’s unexposed around this sphere plus the ground has now come into his favour.

Best of the rest looks Tom Grettons Jackthejourneyman who won a 0-105 around here last year and can go well again.

Calling Des Blins 3pt win @ 9/4 (BOG)

 

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Roland-Garros - Men's Singles - Tournament Preview

Roland-Garros- Men’s Singles – Tournament Preview

 

The eagerly anticipated Roland-Garros kicks off on the 22nd of May, with the battle for the title expected to be closely fought. More commonly known as the French Open, the Roland-Garros finishes on the 11th June, a mere four weeks before the start of Wimbledon. The competition represents a good chance for players to fine tune their form, and add another grand slam to their trophy cabinets.

 

Rafael Nadal
Rafa Nadal

Rafa Nadal Photo Credit: skysports.com

Fresh from his win in the Madrid open, Nadal will be hoping to give another strong showing, following his sensational start to 2017. After narrowly missing out in the final of the Australian Open, the Spaniard dispatched of World number two Novak Djokovic in straight sets on his way to picking up his fifth Madrid title. Nadal has won the French Open nine times, which is the all-time-record. Often referred to as ‘the king of clay’, Nadal goes in to the tournament as huge favourite to win.

SKYBET: NADAL TO WIN OUTRIGHT- 8/11

 

Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic Photo Credit: skysports.com

Reigning champion Djokovic will hope to avenge his semi-final defeat in Madrid by retaining the French Open. Djokovic won the competition for the first time in 2016, and will be keen to lay down a marker before he goes in search of his fourth Wimbledon title. Victory would also see Djokovic pick up his first grand slam of 2017.

 SKYBET: DJOKOVIC TO WIN OUTRIGHT- 4/1

 

Andy Murray
Andy Murray

Andy Murray Photo Credit: skysports.com

Reigning Wimbledon champion and world number one Murray goes in to the French Open looking to recapture his best form. Last year’s beaten finalist has never won the French Open, and this year he will be looking to go one step further. The Scotsman has struggled since winning Wimbledon last year, but this competition represents a final opportunity to impress before the London showcase.

SKYBET: MURRAY TO WIN OUTRIGHT- 7/1

 

Stan Wawrinka
Stan Wawrinka

Stan Wawrinka Photo Credit: skysports.com

World number three Wawrinka is also a favourite for the title in France. After picking up the US Open in 2016, Wawrinka has leap-frogged both Nadal and Federer in the world rankings. The Swiss has firmly established himself as a major force in Tennis, and won the French title back in 2015, beating then world number one Djokovic in the final.

SKYBET: WAWRINKA TO WIN OUTRIGHT- 10/1

 

Dominic Thiem
Dominic Thiem

Dominic Thiem Photo Credit: skysports.com

Thiem recently lost in the final of the Madrid Open to Nadal, and will be desperate to win his first ever grand slam. Currently ranked seventh in the World, the Austrian has drawn praise from his peers. After beating Thiem in Madrid, Nadal said: “The truth is I was up against an opponent who, in the next five to 10 years, will be fighting for the most important titles, so I’m very happy to have won.” High praise for Thiem, and I fancy him as a dark horse to win the competition outright after coming so close before.

SKYBET: DOMINIC THIEM TO WIN OUTRIGHT- 12/1

Horse Racing Preview - Nottingham - 1st November 2017

Horse Racing Preview

Here is our horse racing preview for Monday 22nd May 2017 across UK and Ireland Horse Racing today, unit stakes advised upon each selection.

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 22nd May 2017 -Carlisle 3.50pm -Watch Racing UK In HD Handicap (Div 1)

Acadian Angel – 7/2 – 1pt stake

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland -22nd May 2017 -Carlisle 4.20pm -Watch Racing UK In HD Handicap (Div 2)

Arthurthedelegator – 11/2 – 2pt stake (EW)

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 22nd May 2017 -Carlisle 4.55pm -Durdar Maiden Stakes

Moonwise – 13/8 – 2pt stake

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 22nd May 2017 -Leicester 6.05pm – Sartorius Novice Auction Stakes (Plus 10)

Queen Of Kalahari – 11/4 – 2pt stake

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