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  • Value Bet: El of a price

    Ben Linfoot bids to follow-up last week's 12/1 winner by seeking out the best Value Bets at Ffos Las and Sandown on Saturday.

    Posted in Racing. Friday January 30 2015, 18:06 GMT
    Lucy Wadham: Her El Dancer is worth a bet at 16/1
  • Pick 6 for FREE and win £5000!

    Enter the FREE Pick 6 game for Ffos Las and Sandown on Saturday now - £5000 to be won, free bets if all six place!

    Posted in Racing. Friday January 30 2015, 13:13 GMT
  • Exit at Junction Fourteen

    Man On The Spot previews the Channel 4 live TV races from Ffos Las, Sandown and Wetherby on Saturday afternoon.

    Posted in Racing. Friday January 30 2015, 16:25 GMT
    Junction Fourteen: One of Man On The Spot's selections
  • Dive in for Develin

    David John has a 12/1 selection for Super Bowl XLIX as Seattle look to claim back-to-back championships.

    Posted in NFL. Friday January 30 2015, 10:40 GMT
    Richard Sherman of the Seattle Seahawks secondary
  • Global Power set to conquer

    Channel 4 commentator Simon Holt expects a bold show from Global Power in the Ffos Las mud on Saturday.

    Posted in News. Friday January 30 2015, 11:52 GMT
    Oliver Sherwood: Trains Global Power
  • Chelsea to edge title rivals

    Chelsea can overcome the likely loss of Diego Costa by narrowly beating Manchester City on Saturday in the Premier League.

    Posted in Football. Friday January 30 2015, 07:43 GMT
    Jose Mourinho can mastermind a vital Chelsea win on Saturday
  • No halting the highflyers

    Our Ian Ogg expects both Arsenal and Southampton to come out on top in the Premier League on Sunday.

    Posted in Football. Friday January 30 2015, 12:18 GMT
    Arsenal can roll to a convincing win over Aston Villa
  • Newport state of mind

    Newport and Scunthorpe are Nick Hext's top two tips in the Sky Bet Football League this weekend.

    Posted in Football. Thursday January 29 2015, 09:41 GMT
    Justin Edinburgh's Newport should be backed for another home win
  • Celtic the Old Firm call

    Gavin McGrane is backing Celtic to beat Rangers by more than one goal in his weekend Scottish football preview.

    Posted in Football. Thursday January 29 2015, 20:51 GMT
    Celtic are backed to beat Rangers by more than one goal
  • Mal Boyle's Placepot picks

    Our Placepot expert Mal Boyle reveals his analysis for Saturday afternoon's meeting at Sandown.

    Posted in Racing. Friday January 30 2015, 16:52 GMT
  • Junction to meet expectations

    Chris Wilson says Junction Fourteen can give Emma Lavelle a nice Saturday prize at Sandown - he has a tip in every race.

    Posted in Racing. Friday January 30 2015, 17:55 GMT
    Emma Lavelle can land a Saturday winner at Sandown
  • Mitchell can be world beater

    Our Simon Crawford thinks Kevin Mitchell will beat Daniel Estrada on Saturday and finally earn himself a world-title shot.

    Posted in Boxing. Friday January 30 2015, 10:38 GMT
    Kevin Mitchell: Potentially one fight away from a world-title shot
  • Deal breaker at Musselburgh

    Anita Chambers says Sweet Deal can spearhead a good day for Nicky Henderson at Musselburgh on Sunday - she tips in every race.

    Posted in Racing. Friday January 30 2015, 21:22 GMT
    Trainer Nicky Henderson should make the trip to Scotland pay off
  • Robertson to bag Berlin title

    Our Simon Crawford thinks Neil Robertson is showing enough form to win the German Masters in Berlin.

    Posted in Snooker. Friday January 30 2015, 13:14 GMT
    Neil Robertson: Can lift the trophy in Berlin
  • Taylor to bounce back

    Fresh from a 20/1 winner in the BDO World Championship, our darts man Carl Longhawn expects Phil Taylor to shine this weekend.

    Posted in Darts. Friday January 30 2015, 10:39 GMT
    Taylor: Narrowly missed out in the World Championship final
  • Value Bet: The case for Lido

    Ben Linfoot adds to his Cheltenham Festival ante-post portfolio with a 12/1 Value Bet in the RSA Chase.

    Posted in Racing. Thursday January 29 2015, 15:57 GMT
    Valseur Lido: Worth backing for the RSA Chase