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UFC 229 Preview: Our Khabib Vs. McGregor Prediction

October 6 is finally upon us and with us now just hours out from the biggest fight in MMA history, here’s our official prediction for Khabib vs. McGregor. Khabib Nurmagomedov is a one-in-a-million talent. I remember watching his showdown with Abel Trujillo five years ago and being completely astounded at his special ability to break fighters mentally. When I think …

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UFC 229 Preview: Tony Ferguson Vs. Anthony Pettis – Prediction

Ahead of this weekend’s UFC 229, we preview the co-main event pairing between lightweight veterans Tony Ferguson and Anthony Pettis. With the night’s main-event set to feature the two most electric lightweights on the planet, we could well have our next contender established before they even kick things off. Tony Ferguson is one of the sport’s most in-form fighters but has …

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Bets To Consider Ahead Of The Aviva Premiership Weekend

NORTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 09: Dominic Ryan of Leicester is injured as he tries to tackle George North during the Aviva Premiership match between Northampton Saints and Leicester Tigers at Franklin's Gardens on September 9, 2017 in Northampton, England. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

The Premiership season is in full swing, as the best rugby sides in England face off. Each week, we take a look at bets to consider for the next round of games, with LeoVegas.com. Newcastle Falcons (+18.5 points vs Saracens) Wasps and Newcastle head up the table after the opening two rounds. The Falcons are certainly the surprise package here, …

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Poll: Who Will Come Out On Top Between Cork And Waterford?

Munster GAA Hurling Senior Championship Semi-Final, Semple Stadium, Thurles, Co. Tipperary 18/6/2017 Cork vs Waterford Cork’s Conor Lehane with Austin Gleeson of Waterford Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Tommy Dickson

Cork and Waterford face off today in the All-Ireland semi-final, as the neighbouring Munster counties renew their great rivalry. The Déise and Rebels have taken polar opposite routes to this stage since their Munster semi-final clash in June. Waterford had to account for Offaly in Tullamore, squeeze past Kilkenny in Thurles, and trump Wexford in Páirc Uí Chaoimh. They now enter …

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Watch: Thumping Cork-Waterford Promo Will Get Your Heart Racing

Cork Waterford

There’s just something about Cork vs Waterford in hurling that sets it apart from all other fixtures. The Munster neighbours have enjoyed a rivalry throughout the last 20 years which threw up some of the best games ever seen, and we’ve another cracker in store tomorrow. The Déise and Rebels have taken polar opposite routes to this stage since their Munster …

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Premier League Preview Part Four: Can Rafa Benitez Work His Magic On Newcastle?

In the latest part of our series previewing the 2017/18 Premier League season, we assess the chances of Newcastle United, Southampton, Stoke City and Swansea. Can Rafa Benitez keep Newcastle in the Premier League this season? Can Stoke cope with the loss of Marko Arnautovic? Will Southampton stop selling all their best players to Liverpool? We try to answer these and more. …

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Do Clare Need To Win To Remain Relevant At Hurling’s Top Table?

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Earlier this summer, Ger Loughnane declared Clare’s 2013 All-Ireland win to be the “greatest fluke of all time”. While the reaction was certainly divided, many concurred, pointing to the fact that they met neither Tipperary nor Kilkenny, the two dominant forces of this decade, on the way to lifting the Liam MacCarthy. To their credit, Davy Fitzgerald’s Banner side blitzed the …

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Eoin Larkin Column: Kilkenny Must Kill Or Be Killed Against Limerick

Kilkenny host Limerick in Nowlan Park on Saturday evening, in a game that can’t come around quickly enough from a Kilkenny point of view. There is a buzz around the city; people are genuinely excited and looking forward to the game. There are talks around Kilkenny that Michael Fennelly might be fit. Padraig Walsh is after a few weeks training, putting …

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Eoin Larkin Column: Cork Youth Can Prevail Against Waterford

Munster GAA Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-Final , Semple Stadium, Thurles, Co. Tipperary 21/5/2017 Tipperary vs Cork Cork's Michael Cahalane celebrates a late score INPHO/Cathal Noonan

A confident Cork are one of the most dangerous teams around. That’s what Waterford are up against in Thurles. However, one worry for Kieran Kingston must be consistency; something they’ve been lacking so far this year. If Cork don’t keep their level of consistency up, Waterford could win the game comfortably. They’ll obviously be looking for another performance like the …

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