History awaits Fury?
Of course, there is no better place to start than with Tyson Fury’s immaculate display against Deontay Wilder.
The Gypsy King ended Wilder’s five-year reign as WBC heavyweight champion, with a dazzling display in seven thrilling rounds.
Naturally, the speculation of an all-British blockbuster between Fury and Anthony Joshua has intensified after Fury’s victory.
It’ll certainly be the chat in the office this morning – who are you taking in a Fury-AJ match-up? We’ve even priced it up for you!
Reds host the Hammers
After a brilliant weekend of Premier League action, champions-elect Liverpool take on West Ham tonight.
The Hammers are in woeful form and haven’t won a match in all competitions since their FA Cup triumph over Gillingham, at the beginning of January.
Meanwhile Liverpool have won their last 20 home matches in the Premier League, and are understandably massive 1/6 favourites to win tonight.
You can find all the latest odds ahead of tonight’s game here.
After the thriller between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics last night, there’s another batch of NBA games this evening.
We’re still a few months away from the play-offs but that didn’t matter to the Milwaukee Bucks – they have become the first team to qualify for the post-season after just 56 games. The Bucks are on pace to join the Golden State Warriors (2015-16) and Chicago Bulls (1995-96) as the only teams in NBA history to win 70 games. They’re in action tonight against the Washington Wizards.
The Miami Heat, who are 4th in the Eastern Conference, take on the Cleveland Cavaliers, while Houston, who are 4th in the West face the New York Knicks.
You can find all the latest odds on tonight’s game here.