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The Big Preview! African Cup of Nations – Egypt 2019

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Taking place every other year, the African Cup of Nations sees the very best of the continent’s footballing talent converge on one country and battle it out to see who reigns supreme. This year, the 32nd tournament of its kind comes to the world from the home of the Pyramids, Egypt. The first African Cup […]

Tyson Fury vs. Tom Schwarz: What You Need to Know

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Many consider him the best heavyweight boxer in the world. He beat long-reigning world champion Wladimir Klitschko and rose from the canvas in almost impossible fashion to outbox (but draw) with the explosive Deontay Wilder. He’s never lost a fight. He’s huge, he’s skillful, he’s confident. He’s Tyson Fury. And his next fight is around […]

UEFA Nations League Finals Preview

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When it was first announced by UEFA, the Nations League sounded like a bit of a joke. Primarily a replacement for the meaningless friendlies that international sides play in between¬†tournaments and qualifiers for those tournaments, it seemed a little daft at first. But after a successful, engaging and entertaining first year, it’s been a success. […]

The 2018/19 Champions League Final Preview: Liverpool vs. Spurs

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It’s the last fixture of the club season and the biggest of them all… The Champions League brings Europe’s brightest and best together and by early June, there can be only two. This year, as with the Europa League final, both finalists are English. It’s Liverpool vs. Spurs. This year’s Champions League knockout stages have […]

Chelsea vs. Arsenal: The Europa League Final – Preview

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It might not be the European cup final either side would really like to be competing in, but hey – a trophy’s a trophy, right? When Chelsea¬†and Arsenal step out on to the pitch to try and win the Europa League final, they’ll do so knowing that silverware will go some way to brightening up […]

Big Fight Preview! Anthony Joshua vs Andy Ruiz Jr.

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Anthony Joshua is fighting again. Okay, okay… So it’s not the fight many boxing fans wanted, exactly. The big man isn’t taking on Deontay Wilder or Tyson Fury or even Dillian Whyte. The Heavyweight champ is taking on Andy Ruiz Jr., who will be just twelve rounds away from potentially being Mexico’s first ever heavyweight […]

The Big Preview: The 2019 FA Cup Final

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After a breathless end to the Premier League saw Man City keep their cool and dispatch Brighton to keep Liverpool away from their EPL crown, the blue half of Manchester can continue their dream of a domestic treble. To bag it, Pep Guardiola’s boys need to see off one of their Premier League rivals in […]

The Ups and the Downs… The Final Day’s Championship Permutations

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It’s commonly agreed upon that the Premier League is ‘The Best League in the World’. And while Ligue 1 has PSG, Serie A has Ronaldo and Juve and La Liga has plenty to boast about (including a certain Lionel Messi), the EPL takes the prize. Weirdly, while not a top league, a lot of football […]

Premier League Preview: The Biggest Manchester Derby in YEARS!

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Derbies are always a massive affair in football. Beating your nearest rivals is a must. There are bragging rights to be had, after all. The Manchester Derby may not be the fiercest and most hate-fuelled local derby going, but there’s plenty of needle, alright. Manchester United and Manchester City face off for a Manc showdown […]

Your Guide to The 2019 World Snooker Championship

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The 20th – and final – ranking event of the 2018/19 snooker season is upon us and it’s The Big One… The Worlds. The 2019 World Snooker Championship sees the very best of the best fight it out (though not literally) to decide who gets their hands on the ultimate prize in snooker. After all, […]