Have you missed the weekly StanJames.com Goalfest? It's back for the Euro 2012 and it's bigger than ever with £500 up for grabs!!
Time is running out for this season and the Championship is already done and dusted unless your team is in the play-offs. That means that this week's StanJames.com Goalfest applies to just three divisions which should make it a little easier. So we want to know how many goals will be scored across Saturday and Sunday in all games in the Premier League, League 1 and League 2.
Week Two of the all new StanJames.com Goalfest Competition and after last week's rollover there's £200 in free bets up for grabs this week.
There was 105 goals in top four divisions of English football this weekend but we didn't receive one single correct answer so the £100 free bet rolls over to next week where we'll have a £200 free bet up for grabs.
The StanJames.com Goalfest is back with a bang. We've been away for a few weeks but the goalfest is back on with a few tweaks which could mean some big prizes!
This week it's the FA Cup 5th Round and there are a couple of would-be David's out to conquer their respective Goliaths. In the absence of any matches between the top teams we have to look at the potential giant-killings for some FA Cup drama. Stevenage welcome Tottenham to Broadhall Way.
The Premier League has been providing some cracking goals of late and hopefully we're in store for more of the same this weekend. Screamers or goalmouth scrambles how many do you think there'll be?
Premier League Goalfest becomes FA Cup Goalfest once again this weekend as the league makes way for the oldest cup competition in the world to take centre stage.
What a weekend we've just had. Not only did we see a shed load of goals in this weekend's Premier League but half of them were absolute belters. It's harder to remember a weekend with as many high quality goals.
There'll be fireworks this weekend in the Premier League as the term Super Sunday never felt more apt. Four of the top teams face-off in what could be season defining games. Tottenham have a chance to make their ambitious title aspirations a lot more credible as they head to the Etihad to face Man City.