Monthly Archives: August 2017

The momentum is with the Mercedes man

The European leg of the Formula One season is almost over. After the crowds dispersed from Monza on Sunday, the Grand Prix circus bid goodbye to the continent until next year. Singapore, the United States and Abu Dhabi, among others, will witness the climax of the 2017 race.

Up next is the Italian Grand Prix. We asked Iain Spragg to preview this one…

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The eagerly-anticipated party begins at Edgbaston

The game’s intransigent traditionalists are still liable to choke on their G&Ts at the mere mention of T20 cricket, but its mix of pyjamas, cheerleaders, flame throwers and DJs are here to stay.

The eagerly-anticipated party begins at 11 when Birmingham tackle Glamorgan in the first of the day’s semi-finals, not to mention the small matter of home advantage, all suggest it will be the Bears who progress.

Cricket betting expert, Iain Spragg, tells us who his bets are on at Edgbaston.
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Win or Bust for Wales

There’s no time for slow starts or warming into the season at international level. This week, lifelong dreams and ambitions are on the line, as crucial World Cup qualifiers kick back into gear.

Who will make it to Russia 2018?

Wales and Republic of Ireland are both vying for glory in Group D, so we asked football expert Adrian Clarke to look ahead to the challenges they could face on Saturday evening…

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World Cup Back on the Agenda for Football’s Finest

A readjust is required for football fans just weeks into the domestic season, as World Cup qualifiers rear their heads. This comes just as the smash and grab of transfer deadline day is completed. The market has gone mad; just ask Roy Keane, who this week said Ryan Giggs would be worth £2 billion in today’s overpriced, bizarre market. Away from the frantic focus on fresh faces in club football, the serious business of keeping on the road to Russia is key for players involved at the highest level this weekend.

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