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Jack has been a sports betting writer for over a decade and has an excellent strike rate with his suggestions. A semi-professional footballer, runner and cyclist, his sports knowledge is second to none and he knows all the stats and facts you need when considering a punt.

Ajax excitement and joy for the Bhoys

The Champions League action continues this week, with the first legs of the third qualifying round set to get underway. PAOK v Ajax – Over 2.5 goals @ 21/20 After last season’s run to the semi-finals, Ajax are the star turn on Tuesday when they head to Greece to face PAOK. The Dutch champions are […]

Away day joy for big guns

Friday evening sees the start of the Championship season but the campaign begins in earnest on Saturday and there are nine games to go at. The opening weekend often produces plenty of surprises but, in general, it appears like it could be a good day for those eyeing promotion. Cardiff to win @ 7/5 After […]

Basel to battle back against PSV

This season’s embryonic Champions League continues on Tuesday and Wednesday and there is plenty to play for in a number of the second-round qualifiers. The standout match-up always looked set to be Basel v PSV Eindhoven and after playing out a 3-2 thriller in the Netherlands, the same again is likely in the second leg […]

Woakes to inspire England’s Ashes assault

After the emotion of the Cricket World Cup, purists will hope that the longest form of the game can ride that wave of excitement as England host Australia in The Ashes. Thursday’s first Test takes place at Edgbaston before the old enemies do battle at Lord’s, Headingley, Old Trafford and The Oval. Both have selection […]

Mahrez-inspired Algeria can see off Senegal

The 32nd Africa Cup of Nations concludes on Friday in Cairo and Algeria look the team to beat as they aim for a second title by beating a star-studded Senegal. The pair have reached the showpiece in contrasting style but having already beaten their opponents in the group stages, the Desert Foxes should be confident […]

Msakni could highlight unpredictable affair

After the heartache of missing out on a place in Friday’s final, Tunisia face Nigeria on Wednesday for the honour of finishing third at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations. The Eagles of Carthage, the 2004 champions, went down to Senegal in the last four courtesy of an own goal in extra-time, and there was […]

Amir the main threat to in-form NZ

Wednesday sees New Zealand take on Pakistan at Edgbaston, with both sides having different priorities. At the time of writing, the Kiwis lead the standings but that could change with Australia facing England on Tuesday, while Pakistan realistically need a victory to keep their hopes of a knockout place alive. New Zealand to win @ […]

Early signs suggests more Mercedes success

Le Castellet is the venue for this weekend’s French Grand Prix and Mercedes look set for another successful weekend after dominating Friday’s practice sessions. The Silver Arrows have won the individual and team honours in each of the seven races so far in 2019 and are the favourites to do so again at Circuit Paul […]

Kaymer can fire in Germany

The European Tour heads to Golfclub Munchen Eichenried this week for the BMW International and home favourite Martin Kaymer could be the man to watch. However, with several other players possessing course form and defending champion and 39/4 favourite Matt Wallace, who took the honours last year at Golf Club Gut Laerchenof, also in attendance, […]

Phoenix to rise and Stradivarius to hit right notes

The great and the good of the Flat racing world head to Ascot this week for the Royal Meeting and here is our look at the feature races. Tuesday 18th – St James’s Palace Stakes (16:20) Royal Ascot’s opening day always sees plenty of excitement, with the Queen Anne and King’s Stand also on the […]