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Chris Rivers

An experienced journalist, Chris is very knowledgeable on a host of different sports and often focuses on NFL, boxing and Formula One. Chris is also a regular at the Emirates Stadium, which adds to his knowledge of top flight and European football.

Red Bull out to ruin Mercedes record

Mercedes are on course for the first ‘Invincible’ season in the history of Formula 1 after dominating the first five rounds of the 2019 campaign. The Silver Arrows now roll on to Monaco where they could find Red Bull cause them a few headaches in their quest to maintain their 100 per cent record. Verstappen […]

Dangerous Reds pose Barca threat

Liverpool put their Premier League title fight to one side on Wednesday as they prepare for the small matter of a European semi-final against Barcelona. With so much focus on the fight for honours on a domestic front, this game might have crept up on the Reds as they head to Spain for the first […]

Spurs to taste City’s wrath

Any film fan will tell you that in the majority of cases the sequel is not as good as the original. That is likely to be the case as Manchester City and Tottenham lock horns once again, four days after their Champions League epic. With City smarting from their exit at the hands of Spurs, […]

Ferrari fireworks on F1’s landmark day

Formula 1 celebrates its 1,000th race this weekend in China with Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc hoping it proves to be a memorable occasion for more than one reason. Leclerc was unlucky not to claim his maiden win in Bahrain but could make amends on a track where the Scuderia appear to have a significant advantage over […]

Tricky Toffees can trap Arsenal

No side in English football history has beaten another as often as Arsenal have defeated Everton, with the north Londoners racking up 97 victories. However, given the Gunners’ recent issues on the road, and the Toffees having lost their soft centre, it could be tough for the visitors to add to the win column at […]

Ferrari prepare to strike back in Bahrain

Ferrari got their 2019 campaign off to a disastrous start in Australia after all the gusto from their impressive results in winter testing evaporated after finishing well adrift of Mercedes. Sebastian Vettel was a minute slower than race winner Valtteri Bottas in Melbourne but talk from the paddock suggests we should see an improved showing […]

Fehily’s farewell at Newbury

A busy Saturday afternoon of racing will conclude when Noel Fehily, one of the understated stars of the weighing room, signs off his career at Newbury and Harry Fry is eager that it will be a winning farewell. Get In The Queue, 5.00 Newbury @ 11/10 Fehily announced his decision to retire after riding a […]

Cheltenham Festival: Day Four Preview

Day Four of a fantastic Cheltenham Festival is upon us and we look at the feature races on the card. There‚Äôs no better place to start than the Blue Riband event of the meeting and it looks like a hugely competitive Gold Cup renewal. Al Boum Photo @ 20/1 – Cheltenham 3.30 In a wide-open […]

Rams to enjoy day at the Seaside

Newport County’s bid to claim perhaps the biggest FA Cup upset of modern times takes centre stage when it comes to Saturday’s fifth-round matches, but those looking for a shock should be focusing on the south coast. Derby double chance @ 1/1 The Rams have already claimed the scalp of one Premier League side this […]

Free-scoring Wolves to end Monday hoodoo

Having found goals hard to come by during the early part of the season, Wolverhampton Wanderers have been hitting the back of the net for fun of late. They’ve scored over 30 per cent of their league goals in their last three games but will find it slightly tougher to improve on that tally when […]