Four great days of jump racing come to a climax today with the Cheltenham Gold Cup. Where should you put your money?
As 32 clubs reach the fourth round, who's worth a punt to go all the way to the final on 30 May?
Team Europe are the favourites at Gleneagles – but under Tom Watson, the USA cannot be discounted
Real Madrid start favourites, but Chelsea can't be discounted as the group stage gets underway
They're off – and the wise money goes not on the likely winners, but on who'll be relegated
Some of the biggest clubs in footballing history – Forest, Leeds, Bolton, Wolves – begin their campaign this weekend
Rory McIlroy is the red-hot favourite – and Tiger looks good to go. But who to put your money on?
Can Justin Rose win three on the trot? Or should you be betting on another golfer to lift the Claret Jug?
Should you bet on Andy Murray do it again? At 4-1, they're not bad odds
Forget the hats and frocks, and concentrate on the horses worth a flutter over five days of flat racing
Who should you put your money on? And who'll win the Golden Boot? Our guide to the World Cup odds
With the world's top golfers set to tee off today in the US Open in North Carolina, who's worth a flutter
How do you choose a colt to put your money on for tomorrow's Derby? Our man offers some pointers
Our man in the Euro-paddock chooses the best bets for Saturday night's sing-song in Copenhagen
Who's worth a flutter in the year's first Major, which tees off in Georgia today? Our man picks his top 20
Who's worth a bet? Or what are your chances with the horse you drew in the sweepstake?
Who to back and what to look for at jump racing's equivalent of the Olympic Games
Why being number two in the Premier League spells good luck for Manchester City in the FA Cup
Are England worth a flutter in Brazil next year? Don't bet on it, says our expert guide to the World Cup odds
David Bowie or Laura Mvula? Who to put your money on before tonight’s Roundhouse awards
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