After tipping Blackpool to win in extra-time at 25/1, we're feeling bullish about tonight's games. With Liverpool and Southampton representing the Premier League and giants Newcastle and Birmingham going to head to head the action is sure to be breathtaking.
After last week's simply stunning performance in the Sony Open, Justin Thomas, the holder of the lowest-ever 72-hole PGA Tour score has decided to skip the CareerBuilder and sink a few beers instead of putts instead. However, the 159-player field is packed full of quality and the tournament promises to be as tightly contested as ever.
There's a shedload of FA Cup action coming up this week. Premier league sides Crystal Palace, Sunderland, Liverpool and Southampton all feature, but will they be victims of a giant-killing? You know the old saying, "the bigger they are..."
One has been quietly rebuilding his career, letting his fists do the talking, the other's telling the world he's about to dethrone Zlatan as the most popular sportsman in Sweden. Something's got to give!
The African Cup Of Nations returns this year with another bunch of big-hitting countries searching for glory when the tournament kicks off in Gabon on January 14th. A number of huge - and familiar - names will be in attendance, including the hosts' Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Senegal's Sadio Mane, Algeria's Riyad Mahrez, and - of course - Hull City's Ahmed El Mohamady.
We had the magic of the FA Cup at the weekend, and more cup action makes a return to our TV screens on firstly Tuesday and then Wednesday evenings at the first-leg semi-finals of the EFL Cup take place in the north-west and then south-west this midweek.
Say what you want about Eddie Hearn (and many do), but the promoter certainly knows how to put a card together. From Haye v Bellew, Anthony Joshua v Wladimir Klitschko, DeGale v Jack, and the possible rematch between Dillian Whyte and Dereck Chisora, 2017 promises to be a stellar year for British boxing.