• Value Bet: Happy Memories

    Matt Brocklebank is in the chair for our Value Bet column and fancies Richard Fahey to win Haydock's Silver Bowl Handicap.

    Posted in Racing. Friday May 22 2015, 16:41 BST
    Richard Fahey: Trains the unexposed Flashy Memories
  • Career Slam awaits Djokovic

    Our in-form tennis tipster Andy Schooler is backing Novak Djokovic to complete the career Grand Slam at the French Open.

    Posted in Tennis. Friday May 22 2015, 20:34 BST
    Novak Djokovic: Career Grand Slam beckons
  • Turn to outsiders in Paris

    The women's favourites are worth taking on at the French Open this year, according to our Andy Schooler.

    Posted in Tennis. Friday May 22 2015, 20:33 BST
    Angelique Kerber: Has been impressive on clay of late
  • Widnes getting on track

    Former Super League coach Ian Millward previews all of the weekend games.

    Posted in Rugby League. Friday May 22 2015, 20:07 BST
    Widnes are backed to win on Sunday
  • Vuckic backed to hit target

    Gavin McGrane previews Sunday's action in Scotland and he's backing Rangers forward Haris Vuckic to shine.

    Posted in Football. Friday May 22 2015, 18:45 BST
    Haris Vuckic could be celebrating again on Sunday
  • Make it Hot at Haydock

    Channel 4 Racing commentator Simon Holt picks out his best bets from Saturday's feature action at Haydock.

    Posted in Racing. Friday May 22 2015, 14:51 BST
    Hot Streak can repeat last year's success
  • Dan's the man for Appleby

    Danzeno can come of age at Haydock according to Chris Wilson who provides a selection for every race on Saturday.

    Posted in Racing. Friday May 22 2015, 18:53 BST
    Danzeno is taken to win the Temple Stakes
  • Mawson's the merrier

    Nick Hext makes Wycombe's Alfie Mawson his player to back in Saturday's Sky Bet League 2 play-off final against Southend.

    Posted in Football. Friday May 22 2015, 09:46 BST
    Alfie Mawson: Wycombe defender should be backed in play-off final
  • Take Cover in the Temple

    Man On The Spot previews Saturday's live Channel Four races from Goodwood, Haydock and the Curragh.

    Posted in Racing. Friday May 22 2015, 14:31 BST
    Take Cover can win the Temple Stakes
  • Destiny beckons for DeGale

    Our Simon Crawford believes James DeGale will beat Andre Dirrell and become the new IBF world super-middleweight champion.

    Posted in Boxing. Friday May 22 2015, 14:13 BST
    James DeGale: Bidding for his first world title
  • Mal Boyle's Placepot selections

    Our Placepot expert Mal Boyle brings you his analysis ahead of Saturday afternoon's card at Haydock Park.

    Posted in Racing. Friday May 22 2015, 16:09 BST
  • Magpies to be rescued by the Reds

    Our team preview Sunday's Premier League matches with Newcastle expected to need help in their survival bid.

    Posted in Football. Thursday May 21 2015, 14:56 BST
    Newcastle may need help from Manchester United...
  • Arca to call tune for Pipe

    Anita Chambers has eyes only for Dell' Arca on Sunday although Found is fancied for Curragh Classic compensation.

    Posted in Racing. Friday May 22 2015, 15:02 BST
    Dell'Arca should take the beating at Uttoxeter
  • Back Beckford to star

    Nick Hext tips Jermaine Beckford to help Preston to Sky Bet League 1 play-off final success against Swindon on Sunday evening.

    Posted in Football. Friday May 22 2015, 09:36 BST
    Jermaine Beckford: Preston striker is in great form
  • Boro to claim Premier prize

    Middlesbrough are tipped to get the better of Norwich in Monday afternoon's Sky Bet Championship play-off final.

    Posted in Football. Friday May 22 2015, 09:40 BST
    Middlesbrough: Can book Premier League place
  • Get street smart with Massa

    Williams driver Felipe Massa looks capable of taking a surprise podium finish in Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix, says Tom Millard.

    Posted in Formula 1. Wednesday May 20 2015, 15:36 BST
    Felipe Massa: Can challenge the Ferraris in his Williams