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World Cup - England v Sri Lanka

World Cup - England v Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka start as slight favourites in this must-win match as both sides aim to get closer to a quarter final spot in this Group A clash in Wellington. England followed two heavy defeats against both co-hosts with a confidence boosting first win, albeit against minnows Scotland, last time out. After also getting a hammering from New Zealand in their opening match, Sri Lanka responded well by comfortably thrashing both Bangladesh and Afghanistan. With much riding on the outcome here, which team will best control their nerves and get a vital win?

Premier League - Liverpool v Man City

Premier League - Liverpool v Man City

A gigantic clash between last year’s top two at Anfield kicks off Sunday’s Premier League action with both teams wanting to give their fans a win to help forget their miserable European ventures. Liverpool suffered a gruelling Europa League exit after penalties while City were schooled by Barcelona in their Champions League clash. City have Aguero on fire and new arrival Bony keen to score for the Citizens and with a few Liverpool injuries and expected tiredness, it could be a chance to avenge their defeat in the same fixture last year. Liverpool are on a great run and have the famous Anfield roar to spur them on. We have many markets available on this match, so get your bets on now.

Premier League - Arsenal v Everton

Premier League - Arsenal v Everton

Two teams with contrasting European fortunes midweek meet at the Emirates in a pulsating Premier League clash. Everton strolled to victory against Young Boys and now carry the English flag in the Europa League whilst Arsenal face a mountain to climb in France after a woeful defeat at home to Monaco in the Champions League. Can the home team give their fans a lift with a big win here to push for the top 4 or will the Toffees carry their European form into the Premier League with a much-needed victory in London?

Capital One Cup - Chelsea v Tottenham

Capital One Cup - Chelsea v Tottenham

The first final of the season is a replay of the 2008 final as league leaders Chelsea meet London rivals Tottenham at Wembley. Will this fixture share the same fate as that faithful Sunday 7 years ago, when Tottenham took the trophy 2-1? Spurs are in a much stronger position that they were in the 2007/08 season, although they did succumb to Chelsea 3-0 at the start of the season but managed to turn it around to beat them in an 8 goal thriller back at White Hart Lane. Their respective league positions dictate that Chelsea are favourites heading into this clash, with their only league loss this calendar year coming against their opponents. Anything can happen in cup finals and this is sure to be a classic? Place you bets now on this all-London cup final cracker.

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