Stuart Walker

Everton vs Watford: Another tough test for Ranieri

Everton vs Watford: Another tough test for Ranieri

Claudio Ranieri’s return to English football proved to be a real baptism of fire as Watford were torn to shreds by a rampant Liverpool at Vicarage Road and they will hope to fare better against the blue half of Merseyside. Watford’s decision to dismiss Xisco Munoz and bring in the experienced Italian faces an immediate examination with Arsenal, Leicester, Chelsea and Manchester City all to play in the next six matches.

World Matchplay: Title wait to continue for Van Gerwen

World Matchplay: Title wait to continue for Van Gerwen

Michael van Gerwen continues his quest to end his title drought when he faces Nathan Aspinall in the World Matchplay quarter-finals on Friday. The Dutchman is enduring an unusual barren spell having not won a tournament since November while Peter Wright and Michael Smith square off in the night’s other last-eight clash.

2022 World Cup winner odds: England to banish Euro heartache

2022 World Cup winner odds: England to banish Euro heartache

England are 13/2 in bwin’s 2022 World Cup winner odds after coming agonisingly close to ending their major trophy drought at the European Championship. The Three Lions broke new ground under Gareth Southgate at Euro 2020, reaching their first major final for 55 years, but football did not return home as Italy claimed a dramatic 3-2 win in a penalty shootout following a tense 1-1 draw.

Formula 1: The numbers behind each circuit

Formula 1: The numbers behind each circuit

With the 2021 Formula One World Championship now under way, we have looked at the numbers behind each circuit in this season’s calendar. We have studied every Grand Prix since the turn of the century up to the end of 2020 and when analysing race data, we have excluded any venue which has hosted fewer than five events.

What can we expect from the January transfer window?

What can we expect from the January transfer window?

With the January transfer window set to open soon, we’ve looked at every winter signing made in the last decade by clubs in the ‘big five’ European leagues to predict which moves are the most likely. Clubs in Serie A have been the most eager January recruiters in the previous 10 years.

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