The Championship. The drama, the tears, the ups and the downs. It's quite a division, where everyone fights it out in a bit to roll in the money reach the promised land - the Premier League. Tuesday night sees three ex-top flight clubs thrash it out, and whilst the other side has never played in the Premier League, they'll fancy their chances come the end of the campaign.
Last weekend was a pretty profitable one at Kempton and Huntington, and I was delighted to see VANITEUX get his head in front where the track and trip clearly suited him well. The ground was probably soft enough for him but everything panned out nicely and he jumped well, travelled well and really enjoyed himself.
The first Championship game of the weekend is probably going to be a belter. It's Chris Hughton vs. Carlos Carvalhal, promotion contender vs. promotion contenderWho can steal the advantage, soar and fly high come 10pm tonight?...
You know when managers moan about how the Premier League desperately needs a Winter break? Yeah, well that great Winter break is exactly why we’ve had a couple of weeks without or usual dose of the #ContinentalBreakfast. The good news is that it’s back on the menu for this weekend, where we’ve got an Expresso, churros and croissants for you. Get it?....
Entries Release: Thursday 19th January 2017 - Carlingford Lough (10-1) heads the entries of 17 horses for the feature race, the €150,000 Stan James Irish Gold Cup at Leopardstown on Sunday, February 12th.
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.