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Brooks Koepka held off the challenge of our 50/1 tip Tommy Fleetwood to retain his US Open title.
Arsenal are set to host Manchester City at the Emirates on the opening weekend of next season.
Leeds United are currently fifth in the Championship title betting at best odds of 12/1.
Only one of England’s last 8 matches has gone Over 2.5 Goals and odds suggest a low scoring World Cup opener.
Jesus, Neymar and Coutinho all scored in the 9/2 World Cup favourites final warm up match.
A fine second-half Neymar goal was the highlight of Brazil’s 2-0 friendly win over Croatia on Sunday.
Arsene Wenger heads the betting to become the new manager of Real Madrid at best odds of 3/1.
Jugen Klopp’s side are the seventh favourites to go one better in next season’s Champions League.
Bookmakers expect Fulham to survive their first season back in the Premier League after their play-off victory.
Fulham are strong favourites to beat Aston Villa in the Championship Play-Off final at Wembley on Saturday.
Former Barcelona coach Luis Enrique is the favourite to take over should Antonio Conte leave Chelsea.
Mo Salah is a best price of 19/20 to score when Liverpool meet Real Madrid in a fortnight’s time.
With just a month to go until the start of the tournament in Russia, there are 9/2 joint favourites.
Jurgen Klopp’s side are the outsiders to lift the European Cup in Kiev on the 26th May.
Chelsea have given themselves an outside chance of qualifying for next season’s Champions League.
Huddersfield eased three points clear of the relegation zone after their draw at the Etihad on Sunday.
Roma are 28/1 with Ladbrokes to repeat the 3-0 win over Barcelona that saw them win through on away goals.
Huddersfield are 3 points above the relegation zone with an inferior goal difference to Swansea and Southampton.
At the start of the season Cardiff City were available at 9/1 to win promotion to the Premier League.