Marc Leishman gave himself a great chance of winning the FedEx Cup with a wire-to-wire win at the BMW Championship last week. The Australian is fourth in the FedEx Cup rankings ahead of the season ending Tour Championship but has some world class competition in the race for the $10 million prize.
A little over 4,000 fans were in attendance to watch Burton’s win over Fulham on Saturday. The majority of those in the Pirelli Stadium went home happy as Burton secured their second league victory of the season and many of them will also be present at Old Trafford on Wednesday when Burton take on Man Utd in the Carabao Cup. The win over Fulham was a big result for Burton but it would be nothing compared to a win over Man Utd. United won yet another Premier League match 4-0 against Everton on Sunday and we all know how much this competition means to Jose Mourinho. The defending champions are in rude health and ready to get their League Cup campaign off to a winning start.
The St Leger Festival has already provided some top quality races over the first few days. However, there is nothing else on the bill quite like the St Leger. The final Classic of the season has a field full of top quality horses and we should be in for a cracking renewal at Doncaster Racecourse.
The attention of the racing world will be on Doncaster Racecourse on Sunday with the final British Classic of the season, the St Leger. It’s one of the highlights of the racing season but is just one of the quality races in the St Leger Festival.
When Arsenal beat Chelsea on penalties in the Community Shield the two teams appeared to be heading in different directions. While there was a real sense of optimism around the Arsenal faithful there was a feeling that all was not well in the Chelsea camp just months after they won the Premier League. Fast forward just a few weeks and it’s all change. Arsenal fans are once again dissatisfied with the board and Arsene Wenger while Chelsea are just one point off the top of the table. The Blues have a chance to inflict yet another blow on Arsenal when the Gunners make the short trip to Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon.