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FA Cup Fourth Round – Saturday Preview

The FA Cup Fourth Round dominates on Saturday, with nine Premier League clubs in action.

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FA Cup Fourth Round – Sunday Preview

There are just three games on Sunday, but they big ones with holders Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United all in action.

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Weekend Racing with BetVictor

A look at the weekend's racing with BetVictor's Charlie McCann.

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Best of the Premier League with SofaScore

Our Football Insider Graeme Bailey picks out his top performances from the week and brings us his final thoughts on the week.

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Betting firms banned from accepting credit cards

Betting firms will not be allowed to accept payment via credit cards come April 14, the Gambling Commission have confirmed.

Gooner to Goner

Two Arsenal fans have the chance to be sent to one of the most remote luxury locations in the world! Courtesy of Wager.

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Sport Stack app launched

SportStack, an innovative new sports trading platform which will allow speculation on player performance for the very first time, has officially launched.

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Weekly Golf Preview with 32Red

We run through the main golf tournaments this week – Farmers Insurance Open and the Dubai Desert Classic.

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Australian Open Preview

The first Tennis Grand Slam of a new decade is here, but it is familiar faces who are fancied to take victory in Melbourne at the Australian Open.

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Ole Gunnar odds-on for chop!

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is once again firm favourite to be the next Premier League manager to leave.

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Liverpool on course for glory but Jurgen Klopp still keeping quiet

As Liverpool romp their way to their first ever Premier League title, Jurgen Klopp still refuses to get carried away.

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Man United close on Bruno Fernandes deal

Manchester United are closing in on a deal for Sporting Lisbon midfielder Bruno Fernandes.

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England door remains open for Jamie Vardy…for now

Jamie Vardy still has the option to play for England this summer, but head coach Gareth Southgate will not leave the door open until the summer.

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