World Cup 2018: Five Players at the top of Shopping Lists

Willian football

There have been countless instances through the years when a footballer has leapt to global attention after a series of fine performances in a major competition. Who can forget former Arsenal boss George Graham signing John Jensen after his stellar showings for Denmark, who won the European Championships in 1992. Graham claimed he had solved… Read More »

Free Ante-Post Tips and Analysis: Drawing The Derby Formlines Together

Horse racing Saxon Warrior Donnacha O'Brien

There’s no such thing as a certainty in racing, indeed in sport of any kind, but it is looking increasingly likely that the Qipco 2000 Guineas winner Saxon Warrior (pictured above) is going to take some stopping on June 2 in the Investec Derby at Epsom. Can Anything Beat Saxon Warrior? Aidan O’Brien’s horses are… Read More »

England World Cup 2018 Squad Guide

The deliberations are done, some difficult phone calls have been made and now we know the make up of England’s World Cup 2018 squad for Russia 2018. 23 men have been given the task of ending 52 years of hurt and to bring the trophy home but has Gareth Southgate made the right decisions? For… Read More »

Free Racing Tips and Analysis: Newbury Lockinge Stakes Day

Horse racing Newbury racecourse

With the weather set fair heading into the weekend and the ground at Newbury already described as ‘Good to Firm’, Saturday’s renewal of the Group 1 Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes (3.40) looks set to be dominated by horses with proven form on a quick surface. The one mile contest is invariably won by a high-class… Read More »

England World Cup Specials: Early Exits and Bad Behaviour

England National Team logo

‘Thirty years of hurt, never stopped me dreaming.’ That was a couplet from the famous Baddiel & Skinner song ‘Three Lions’, written by Lightning Seeds frontman Ian Broudie, which acted as England’s official anthem during their bid to win the European Championships of 1996 on home soil. Terry Venables’ side would make it all the… Read More »

Free Ante-Post Tips and Analysis: York Dante meeting

Horse racing York racecourse

The big race meetings are coming thick and fast, and following last week’s excellent action at the Chester May fixture we move on this week to the Knavesmire at York for three tremendous days that may impact on the Epsom classics and on Royal Ascot. Unlike Chester, where horses have to be very agile moving… Read More »

Free Ante Post Tips and Analysis: The Derby and The Oaks

Horse racing Epsom Tattenham Corner

With the clock ticking down to the Investec Derby and the Investec Oaks at Epsom on 1-2 June, the ante-post markets suggest that both races have outstanding candidates that might prove very hard to beat. Aidan O’Brien’s brilliant Qipco 2000 Guineas winner Saxon Warrior will be a very tough nut to crack in the Derby… Read More »

The Biggest eSports Games and How to Bet on Them

Dota 2 esports betting

If you have spent any amount of time at an online bookmaker’s site or app, nestled in amongst the usual suspects of football, horse racing and tennis lies eSports, a category that may be completely new to you. So what is eSports? Well, in short, it is betting on the outcome of video games. Okay,… Read More »

Free Horse Racing Tips and Analysis: Chester May Festival

Horse racing Chester racecourse

With the superb Newmarket Guineas meeting only just behind us, our attention switches to the beautiful Roman city of Chester where the traditional three-day May Festival gets under way on Wednesday afternoon, culminating on Friday with the biggest betting race of the week, the two-and-a-quarter mile 188Bet Chester Cup Handicap. The sharpest course in the… Read More »