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Football | Saturday's World Cup Qualifiers | Previews and Tips

The auld enemy clash as Scotland host England in the oldest International fixture in the book. No love will be lost, no quarter asked, nor given, as Gareth Southgate's men travel north in the hope of maintaining England's incredible run of success in qualifying for the big tournaments.

The football season has ended and we’re wandering around on Saturdays following the wife round town, kicking our heels and waiting for the new season to begin. But fear not, the international weekend is just round the corner and whether you like national fixtures or not, ultimately, football is football.

Football | Champions League Final Match Preview & Betting Tips

Two domestic Champions meet in Cardiff on Saturday night as the curtain comes down on the Champions League in the Welsh capital. We’ve seen thrills and spills, Monaco’s great run, which will ultimately cost them to lose 49 of their great young players, and who can forget that bonkers 8-4 game between Dortmund and Legia Warsaw in the group stage back in November last year? Anyway, it comes down to this!

Football | Huddersfield v Reading | Preview and Tips

The richest game in football. Win, and it's ascension to the promised land. Lose, and it's... well, we won't talk about that.

With both Carlisle United and Luton Town taken care of respectively, Exeter City and Blackpool make the long trips from Devon and Lancashire in a bid to be in League One by Saturday night.

The FA Cup Final is firmly on the horizon now and despite many believing the magic is lost and some Premier League clubs disrespect the competition, one big hitter and Arsenal will take to the turf for the showcase finale, which, we’re delighted to say, is now at the end of the campaign rather than a few games prior to the end of the season.

Stan James' Premier League Predictor Competition | Week 38

Chelsea champs, Hull, Middlesbrough and Sunderland relegated and Liverpool, Arsenal and City battling for fourth.

Football | League Two Play-Off Semi-Finals | Match Previews & Betting Tips

It was raining goals in the two first legs in the League Two play-off semi-finals and with Wembley on the horizon and the fine line of success of failure even closer to the eye, it's a case of winner takes all in both ties as the two northern sides make the long trips sout

The main information you need, of course, is that away goals do not count in the play-offs. Let's just get that straight before Slavisa Jokanovic's Fulham put everyone behind the ball in a Jose Mourinho-esque park the bus tactic. The lack of any away goal advantage makes the second legs even more intriguing.

Football | Tottenham v Man United | Betting and Preview

Tears. Tantrums. Tragedy. Thrills. Talent. Triumphs.  White Hart Lane has seen it all down the years, and it's a fitting tribute to one of London's iconic sporting venues that the last match to be played at The Lane is Manchester United, a blockbuster fixture to bring the curtain down on 118 years of sporting drama at White Hart Lane.

It’s time to shape up or ship out for two sides in the couple of Europa League semi-finals on the horizon to be played on Thursday evening. Celta need to score without reply to level things up, whilst Lyon will be hoping the big man upstairs is looking down on them. They need three to progress to the Final – and with Alexandre Lacazette leading the line, would you bet against them getting the job done?

Two ties that are potentially out of reach for both Monaco and Atletico Madrid, it will need two cracking results if the underdog duo are to fight it out in the Final in Cardiff later this month. Both don’t have a goal to show for their first leg efforts, but this is the Champions League, this is knockout time and an early goal could really change things.

Both ties are still all to play for in the Sky bet League One play-offs as four sides bid to make it into the final at Wembley Stadium later in the month. It will be tense, players will be celebrating and players will be heartbroken later on Sunday, but who? Read on to work it out for yourself!

Okay, we'll get straight to it and give you it straight. We haven't picked any big games for this week's Continental Breakfast. We've picked absolutely mahoosive ones! Title hopes and European football in the 2017-18 campaign could come down to one slip up, one moment of magic, a howler from a goalkeeper or a wonder strike. It's exciting times and even more exciting to be taking in jaunts to Italy, Spain and Germany for a fantastic foursome.

The final week of the regular Football League season is upon us. There'll be heartbreak and tears for sure this weekend as teams aim for titles, a play-off finish and to survive in their respective divisions. There's no going back from here an no extra games - unless you do indeed make it in the play-offs. So, we've picked out our five picks to add on to your accumulator. Get on them if you dare!

Another week in the Premier League and another London derby on the cards.

StanJames' Premier League Predictor Competition | Week 36

As the season nears its climax the intensity of battle doesn't diminish a jot as

It’s do or die time in League One. The play-offs are here as four clubs battle it out to be that side who earns promotion to the Championship. Okay, it’s not quite the £150m shootout that the Championship play-off Final is, but it means a lot. Can Fleetwood reach the second tier for the first time in their history or will Scunthorpe, Millwall or Bradford mark a return to the Championship following a number of years away?

Darts | Premier League Week Fourteen | Preview and Tips

Week fourteen of The Premier League Darts already and Sheffield plays host to the boys on the oche as heavyweight rivals Michael van Gerwen and Phil Taylor cross

Two places in the Final, four sides from four different countries battling it out to get into the last two in the competition. Finally, the Europa League - which started way back in July 2016, is hotting up. Manchester United are the English representatives in the BTEC Champions League competition, and there are also sides from the Netherlands, France and Spain. Let battle commence.

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