Once again it’s great to report that the horses are in flying form and seem to just keep on winning! Last weekend saw eight winners for the yard which was fantastic and I was particularly impressed with BILLESDON BROOK who supplemented her Glorious Goodwood victory with an easy success in the G3 Prestige Stakes at the same course last Saturday.
Wahey, it's international break time. Okay, we'll pipe down. Let's be honest, we'd only look forward to this time of the year if England were enjoyable to watch. However, they aren't and we all prefer the domestic fixtures. Just a few games in and bam, here comes the international fixtures.
A football feast's on the way on Sunday with four games in total making up for the lack of time watching Match Of The Day on Saturday night. There's likely to be goals aplenty at Anfield - which seems to be the case most times - whilst Spurs will aim to end that drab Wembley record that everyone - including ourselves - keeps banging on and on about...
The time for talk is over. The biggest single event in betting history sees unbeaten boxing legend Floyd Mayweather put his legacy on the line against brash UFC star Conor McGregor in a crossover bout known simply as 'The Money Fight'.
There’s another bundle of games in the EFL this week and instead of spending a good 20 minutes looking at all the fixtures and deciding who’ll be who, we feel the best bet is to carry on reading this blog as we’ve studied the form, the head to head records, everything and have managed to narrow it down to five certainties, that will probably, maybe happen this weekend in the Football League
The main event may be The Money Fight, but there are two cracking warm-up events as Miguel Cotto takes on Yoshihiro Kamegai and Nathan Cleverly takes on Badou Jack in two potentially explosive title fights. Will it be redemption for Cleverly? Will Cotto bow out on a high?
The football is really in full flow now and already there is talk about sackings, teams being cut adrift and the odd surprise or two in the Championship. One surprise has been Aston Villa’s start to the campaign, and Steve Bruce’s side are one of four teams we profile in the two clashes in the second tier on Friday night…