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Euro 2016: Les Bleus to hand Ireland a ticket home ?

The 18th November 2009 a date etched in the memories of all Ireland fans when they were bundled out of the World Cup qualifiers by not just one but two clear handballs from French striker Thierry Henry. Despite an appeal the result stood and France qualified for South Africa. Many will look on this as the chance for revenge but Martin O’Neill and Roy Keane are too experienced to... read more

Euro 2016: Battle of the Celts in Knockout Stages

When Wales and Northern Ireland drew 1-1 in a friendly back in March, it is doubtful that either side could have envisaged meeting again in the round of 16 at the Euro’s. Both have shown how important teamwork is and eleven players in it together can be a much more potent force than too many prima donna individuals. Past history in this fixture is irrelevant, even though the rivalry... read more

Liverpool to Halt Sevilla’s Europa League Dominance

The stakes are high as Liverpool take on Sevilla in the first ever competitive game as the winner will take home the Europa League trophy. The Spanish and Merseyside teams are the most successful in Europa League history, with both sides needing a win in this game to secure European football at their respective stadiums next season. Liverpool The clash at St Jakob Park is the second final Liverpool... read more

Cue Card goes for Gold at Cheltenham

The Cheltenham Festival is drawing to a close for another year but they’ve saved the best till last as Gold Cup Day dawns. The Cheltenham Gold Cup is the major highlight of not only the Festival, but also the National Hunt Calendar. Always an enthralling encounter, the race sees some the best chase horses in Britain and Ireland battle it out for one of racing’s top prizes. We saw... read more

Thistlecrack looks for World Domination

It’s not often St Patrick’s Day falls in the middle of Cheltenham and you can be sure that the Irish contingent will take full advantage, with the Guinness tent even busier than ever. All that said, it’s on the track where the most exciting action will be seen. The highlight of Day 3 will be the World Hurdle, a race that has been described as weak in its last... read more

High Calibre Contest in Queen Mother Champion Chase

When everyone has finally calmed down from the excitement of the opening day of the Festival, they wake and up and realise there’s still 3 great days of racing to go. The card is brimming with high calibre races and the highlight of the day is the Queen Mother Champion Chase. Contested over a distance of two miles, horses travel at a fast and furious pace so any mistake... read more

Henderson Eyes Cheltenham Opener

The opening race of the 2016 Cheltenham Festival will get everyone’s pulses racing, if you’ll excuse the pun! After months of waiting, the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle gives us our first glimpse of Cheltenham’s finest and this year’s race is set to be a cracker. This is the race that kick-started a record-breaking festival for Willie Mullins in 2015.  And with the Irish champion trainer having the current ante-post favourite... read more

Is There No Way for Jose

After an exciting week of Champions League football, all eyes are now back on the Premier League, especially the London teams.  Stamford Bridge is surrounded by controversy as Chelsea decide whether Mourinho should stay or go, and there’s also the North London Derby to look forward to. Winning against Kiev might have given Mourinho a little bit of breathing space, but defeat to Stoke at the Britannia Stadium could... read more

All Blacks Odds On As Home Nations Inquest Begins

After giving us four thrilling weeks of rugby, the Rugby World Cup comes to a close this weekend at Twickenham. It won’t be the final lots of fans were hoping for, with none of the Home Nations making it through to the semi-finals and England not even getting past the group stages, but it’s still going to be an exciting Australasian encounter. With England dumped out of the competition... read more

Derby Days in the Premier League

Bragging rights are at stake this weekend in the Premier League as teams from the North East and North West fight it out in Derby Super Sunday. Manchester is eagerly anticipating the first derby of the season and the game is set up to be a cracker with new signings looking to make their mark and some crucial players absent. The Cityzens have found the back of the net... read more

Another Year and Another Mullins Domination

With the end of the flat season fast approaching, punters will be starting to pinpoint their top runners and riders for the coming months, so if you haven’t come to a final decision on who to follow just yet, read on. TOP CHASER Taking the steeplechase scene by storm last year was seven-year-old Dodging Bullets. Trained by Paul Nicholls, the gelding picked up a hat-trick of consecutive grade 1... read more

Theatre of Dreams Ready for Super League Giants

The Old Trafford pitch has been prepared for something a bit different this weekend as the giants of Super League descend on Manchester to contest their Grand Final. Introduced in 1998, the Grand Final has always been contested between the winners of the Super League Play-Off series. This year, due to a change in the game and the introduction of the Super 8’s, it is the winners of the... read more
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