The Confederations Cup is just round the corner once again as eight sides do battle in Russia, in a sort of warm up for next year’s World Cup to be hosted in the same country, as we all know. And these teams aren’t the likes of San Marino and Kazakhstan. The tournament will definitely be worth watching.
Just when we thought the football season was definitely over for another month or two, up pops the Under-21s Euros and straight from the off, there’s English interest as the FA and England supporters hope the U21s replicate the success of the U20s, who won the U20s World Cup at the weekend.
Fresh from a last gasp draw in Scotland at the weekend, England will now take the Eurostar as they make a trip to France to tackle Didier Deschamps’ strong side at the Stade de France. Surely England must improve against a team who, let’s face it, should be stronger than the Scots.
Another weekend means another trip across the globe to see more drama, incidents, upsets and surprises and this time it’s Montreal who plays host for the Canadian Grand Prix – race seven of the season.
With Royal Ascot just around the corner we’re starting to sort out which horses will represent us and in what races and I’ll say we’ll have around 30 runners over the five days including BARNEY ROY who will hopefully get us off to a good start in the G1 St James Palace Stakes on the Tuesday.
Whilst the British & Irish Lions are making something of a pig’s ear over in New Zealand, over in South America – Argentina to be precise – England are in action against the Argies in a two-Test series, starting on Saturday.