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Cheika admits to scrum woes

2017-01-15T22:56:37+00:00November 30th, 2014|Rugby|

Michael Cheika admits his Australia (9/1 2015 World Cup Outright) side must find a way to improve their scrum if they are going to have any chance of winning next year's World Cup. Fielding a

Rosberg back on the offensive

2017-01-15T22:56:39+00:00November 30th, 2014|Sport|

Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg (9/4 to win 2015 Drivers' Championship) has promised to go "back on the offensive" next year after going close in 2014. The German ran team-mate Lewis Hamilton (8/11 fav 2015 Drivers'

Lewis through to last four

2017-01-15T22:56:40+00:00November 30th, 2014|Darts|

Adrian Lewis (11/8 Tournament Outright) continued his quest for victory at the Players Championship Finals with a quarter-final victory over Jamie Caven. Lewis sent out a warning message to his rivals at the tournament with

Van Gaal hails United improvement

2017-01-15T22:56:41+00:00November 30th, 2014|Football|

Louis van Gaal believes his Manchester United side is now ready to mount a serious top-four challenge ahead of Tuesday's clash with Stoke (Match Betting - Manchester United 2/5, draw 10/3, Stoke 13/2). Despite much

Bopara backs Cook to come good

2017-01-15T22:56:42+00:00November 30th, 2014|Cricket|

Ravi Bopara has backed skipper Alastair Cook to prove his doubters wrong and start scoring runs for England during their ongoing tour of Sri Lanka (Series Betting - Sri Lanka 1/20, England 8/1). Cook's ponderous

Howley backs half-backs to shine

2017-01-15T22:56:43+00:00November 30th, 2014|Rugby|

Wales (7/2 to win the Six Nations) attack coach Rob Howley believes the half-back pairing of Rhys Webb and Dan Biggar will continue to grow ahead of the Six Nations in 2015. The duo helped