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Aidan Perkins

Aidan Perkins
Aidan is another person with a wealth of journalistic experience behind him, both written and broadcasting. He has played football to a good level and that gives him an extra insight into the reason for selections at both domestic and European matches.

Fox in line for Southport glory

The European Tour heads to Hillside Golf Club in Southport this week for the British Masters and Ryan Fox looks to be the man to watch at the event hosted by Tommy Fleetwood. Europe’s 2018 Ryder Cup star Fleetwood has been chosen as this year’s host and although he should be respected on his home […]

England can edge out dangerous Pakistan

England begin their summer against Pakistan with what should be an entertaining one-off Twenty20 International in Cardiff on Sunday. With the main focus over the next month being getting into shape for the home World Cup, this T20 clash at Sophia Gardens will act as a brash warm-up but it also give plenty of players […]

Can Brighton pull off huge semi shock?

Brighton are aiming to upset the odds and knock Manchester City out of the FA Cup at the semi-final stage on Saturday, while Watford and Wolves go toe-to-toe on Sunday for a place in the final. Traditonalists will once again wince at the sight of both last-four games being staged at Wembley but the plan […]

South Korean to create Texas history

The PGA Tour stops off at TPC San Antonio for the Valero Texas Open this week and Sung-Jae Im looks to be primed and ready to become the first South Korean player to lift the trophy since it debuted in 1922. With a spot in the Masters on offer for the winner of this event, […]

Euro heavyweights should ease through openers

There are eight Euro 2020 qualifiers on Saturday as countries look to start their campaigns with victories on the long road to next summer’s tournament – and Republic of Ireland, Sweden, Spain and Italy should all secure early vital wins. Republic of Ireland to beat Gibraltar by two-goal margin @ 14/5 Ireland’s new era under […]

England eyeing winning finale

A series which has been peppered with big hitting and sixes draws to a close on Saturday with the fifth and final one-day international between West Indies and England. Both sides have simply piled on the runs in the three completed ODIs to date, with the tourists holding a 2-1 series lead heading into the […]

England can edge further clear in Bridgetown

England‘s superb win in the first one-day international against West Indies on Wednesday means the home side need to respond in Bridgetown, but the tourists will be a tough nut to crack over the next few weeks. England impressively ran out six-wicket winners as they successfully chased down 361 to gain the early impetus in […]

Leaders Liverpool should respond at Brighton

There are seven Premier League games on Saturday, including leaders Liverpool’s trip to Brighton and a big battle at the bottom between relegation-threatened Cardiff City and Huddersfield Town. The Reds’ visit to the south coast might not be straightforward but still represents a great chance for the Reds to get a disappointing start to 2019 […]

South American star to land Pennsylvania spoils

The third FedEx Cup tournament gets underway at Aronimink Golf Club this Thursday and Argentine star Emiliano Grillo looks in prime position to clinch the BMW Championship title. It is seven years since Aronimink last hosted a PGA Tour event – the 2011 AT&T National – and, since then, the course has been restored to […]

Hazard could be biggest mover in ‘silly season’

With the transfer window closing for Premier League clubs in less than three weeks, deals are being done and players continue to be linked with moves here, there and everywhere. Comeon! has a special ‘silly season’ market looking at where some players may end up (Loan deals do not count). Eden Hazard – 1/2 Real […]