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Champions League Wednesday Preview – Round of 16 | First legs

The round of the last 16 in the Champions League continues with Tottenham take on Bundesliga high-flyers RB Leipzig.

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Premier League Wednesday Preview

Manchester City host West Ham United on Wednesday in the Premier League.

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Racing Daily with BetVictor – Feb 19

A look at Wednesday's racing action with BetVictor's Charlie McCann.

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Betfred secure Fury fight

Betfred will be an official sponsor of the biggest fight of the year when Deontay Wilder takes on Tyson Fury on Saturday 22nd February.

UK gamblers turning to new US betting sites

New research shows that large numbers of UK gamblers are signing up and betting on new US gambling sites, following the easing of regulations and opening up of the US market last year.

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William Hill secure link-up with CBS

William Hill to Be Exclusive Sports Book & Wagering Data Provider of CBS Sports Digital.

Greene King look for ultimate armchair coach

England and Scotland Rugby stars join Greene King IPA to search for nation’s ultimate armchair coach.

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Daily Betting Brief with Betfred – Feb 19

Don’t miss…the day's best bets with Betfred - today featuring racing star Laurina, along with Champions League and Premier League action.

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Trading Tips from PaddyPower – Feb 19

A big 24/1 double from Insider PaddyPower's Trading team.

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Paul Pogba exit odds cut after latest Man United spat

Bookmakers believe Paul Pogba is destined to join Real Madrid this summer following a new spat with Manchester United.

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Pep keen on City stay despite being odds-on to leave

Bookmakers believe that Pep Guardiola will be leaving Manchester City this summer, but he insists that is not the case.

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All English final repeat backed

Bookmakers are backing another all English Champions League final in 2020.

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Mauricio Pochettino still on course for Manchester United job

Mauricio Pochettino remains firm favourite to be the man to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United.

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