What better feeling is there in punting than picking a long odds winner of the Grand National?
Is there a hint of a title race breaking out in the Premier League? Chelsea have looked every inch runaway winners over the past few months but a chink in their armour appeared on Saturday.
After a poor performance, some managers want a bit of extra time on the training ground with their players to work out any weaknesses. Others prefer to get straight back on the horse which is exactly what Manchester United and Everton have the chance to do on Tuesday night.
Excitement is building ahead of the biggest single horse race of the year. The Grand National is not only a huge event in British sport, it’s watched all around the world as punters try to tackle the fiendishly difficult task of picking the race’s winner.
It’s derby day in the Premier League on Saturday. The action begins with the Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton and ends with Bournemouth making the short trip to take on Southampton in the South Coast derby.