If you thought the fight to avoid relegation in the Premier League was intense just look at the picture in the Championship. There are still two relegation places to be decided during the final day of the season and five teams who could be playing League One football next season.
The last day of the Championship season rarely falls flat. We’re certainly promised our fair share of drama as the long, hard campaign draws to a close on Sunday with massive matches affecting things at both ends of the table.
It feels as though the flat racing season has only just begun giving that we were talking about Punchestown and Sandown last week but it’s already time for the first Classic of the season, the 2000 Guineas.
The end of the flat racing turf season is a time for shrewd punters to take notes. By watching the leading two-year-olds in the big races, punters hope they can find an edge in the ante post markets for the first two Classics of the season, the 2000 and 1000 Guineas.
Roma need another Champions League miracle. Eusebio Di Francesco’s team somehow managed to get past Barcelona despite a first leg three-goal deficit and they now have to repeat the trick against Liverpool.