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Richard Hannon | 'Kesselring' to 'Light Up Our World'?

It was a nice to get an invite for the Belmont Derby next weekend with HUMPHREY BOGART and after discussing everything with the owners, Chelsea Thoroughbreds, we decided that we would take our chance as their incentives are excellent so it was a no brainer really and Sean Levey will go ov

Wales have beaten Slovakia, Russia and Northern Ireland at Euro 2016 so far but in Belgium they're up against an elite opponent capable of going all the way. Will it be a step too far for Gareth Bale and co?


Belgium looked like a team capabale of going all the way with a 4-0 demolition of Hungary in the last 16 with Eden Hazard and Kevin de Bruyne running riot. Following 3-0 and 1-0 wins over Ireland and Sweden in the group stage, that made it eight unanswered goals since they were ambushed by Italy in their opener.

Ronaldo's largely ineffective displays at the tournament have prompted suggestions that he's over the hill, but despite that he's led Portugal to the quarter-finals where they face an entirely beatable Poland team.

The Poles required penalties to get past Switzerland in the last 16 and although their spot-kicks were outstanding, overall they were lucky to get through.

Germany vs Italy | Match Preview and Betting Tips

What: Germany vs Italy

Where: Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux, Bordeux

When: Kick-off 20:00

France v Iceland | Match Preview and Betting Tips

Next up for Iceland is tournament hosts and pre-competition favourites France in the quarter-finals of Euro 2016. Can Iceland shock the world once again in their first-ever European Championships? It's a t

Poland v Portugal, takes you back to the 1986 World Cup when both were in the same group as England, depending on your age. Those two go at it again in the first quarter-final of Euro 2016 on Thursday night.

Golf | French Open and WGC Bridgestone Invitational | Preview and Tips

The Open de France is the next step on the European Tour with the Le Golf National, Paris, hosting this flagship event.

Tennis, Cricket & Horse Racing take centre-stage today with the eight sides left at Euro 2016 preparing for the quarter-finals, starting with Poland v Portugal tomorrow.


Another two-day break at Euro 2016 as we're getting to the business end of the competition which England are not in. All of which means we can focus our undivided attention on the goings on at Wimbledon, and the five race meetings from across the UK and Ireland.