We have a terrific Saturday in prospect with some really interesting looking fixtures spread across Europe’s top leagues.
Our first preview covers 6 games from England with Arsenal’s home match against Liverpool the highlight of the PL fixtures while Leicester face a trip to Cardiff in their first match following the horrific helicopter crash of last weekend that sadly cost their chairman his life.
Before all that, Man Utd travel south to face an on-form Bournemouth in the lunch-time kick-off while Spurs face a difficult assignment at Premier League new boys Wolves in a rare Saturday night contest following the live tea-time clash at Arsenal.
It promises to be an exciting day with plenty of goals in England and on the continent so make sure to check out my 2nd preview for Saturday’s European action as well as all of my final selections listed in order of confidence.
The International break is upon us and that means a veritable feast (?) of footballing action from across Europe over the next 6 days.
Sunday's card holds far more appeal with a host of attractive and potentially exciting matches to be expected with goals goals goals the theme of my selections.
In Spain, Valencia welcome Barcelona in a fixture that usually proves to be a tricky one for the visiting Catalans while Sevilla entertain Celta on the back of a tough loss in Russia on Thursday evening in the Europa League. Both games look good for goals and I expect all 4 sides to find the net.
After a couple of months assesing the form, @bobreaksbookies is back and ready to share the tips following 2 weeks of stunning winners (shared with a lucky few on twitter).
In the last two weeks, I've claimed 12 winning lines with odds up to 110/1 and no less than 4/1. For any doubters, the images are posted on Twitter.
Truly, the form is hot and for that reason, I'm ready to post the tips (I have been posting to @mrfixitstips this week with 21 out of 28 best bet winners posted) and hopefully share some more winners.
We have a huge day of action ahead of us with 4 matches from the World Cup as the tournament gets into full flow following a fabulous Friday fight between Portugal and Spain.
The big day has finally arrived as hosts Russia gets the 2018 World Cup underway against Saudi Arabia at 1700 CET from the Luzhniki stadium in Moscow.
Whilst the match doesn't appear to be the most glamorous of opening day numbers, we should see a competitive fixture despite the Saudis underdog status.
Group G looks good for Belgium and England with both sides confident of qualifying ahead of North Africans Tunisia as well as World Cup debutants Panama.
The FIFA World Cup gets underway in Moscow tomorrow and @bobreaksbookies has covered the event in detail with full previews and betting tips for each group as well as best selections for all of the first round of matches kicking off on June 10th.
Much like group D, picking a team to join the favourites of the group in the second round looks exceptionally tricky with Brazil joined in the section by solid European outfits Serbia and Switzerland as well as Costa Rica who surprised most with their fantastic run to the quarterfinals in 2014.
Much like Group B, our 3rd section sees 2 more European sides that will expect to progress to the knockout stages with France and Denmark fancied to qualify ahead of the returning Peru and 5 times qualifiers Australia.
Our first group in the competition sees hosts Russia taking on former African nations champions Egypt, South American heavyweights Uruguay as well as Asian qualifiers, Saudi Arabia.