After the international break the Premier League returns with a bang today and there are some tasty games in store. Here are talkSPORT’s top betting tips and predictions for three stand-out clashes, kicking off with a massive showdown in north London… GETTY It’s Mourinho vs Guardiola on Saturday – who will come out on top? Tottenham vs Man City – Saturday, 5.30pm (LIVE on talkSPORT) Two of the most decorated managers of all-time face off in a mouthwatering clash on Saturday evening. Pep Guardiola has the edge over Jose Mourinho so far in their trophy-laden careers – he’s tasted more victories over his great rival than any other boss he’s faced. But Guardiola’s City side have lost three times already this season and Mourinho’s Spurs have been flying –
The Premier League takes a break after this weekend – and we’re hoping for goals galore before international football takes over. Here are our top betting tips and predictions for three of the top-flight games taking place over the next 48 hours, including a monster clash on Sunday. Chelsea vs Sheffield United – Saturday, 5.30pm (LIVE on talkSPORT) A new goalkeeper seems to have made all the difference for Chelsea. There was strong criticism in the early part of the season over the Blues’ defensive abilities under Frank Lampard after they shipped three goals to both West Brom and Southampton. But Edouard Mendy’s arrival from Rennes has helped sparked a turnaround and they now look formidable at the back, keeping five clean sheets on the spin for the first time since October 2010. Chelsea a
An employee works next to shoes on display inside the flagship store of sporting-goods giant Nike in Shanghai on March 16, 2017.Johannes Eisele | AFP | Getty ImagesAmerican companies in China are still betting on the local consumer, even if business disruptions from the coronavirus are dragging down revenues. A survey of 119 companies from March 13 to 18 by the Beijing-based American Chamber of Commerce in China found that the proportion of respondents saying they are experiencing significant revenue declines increased to 50% — that's up from 28% last month. "The consumer sector as we see in this survey has been particularly hard hit," Alan Beebe, AmCham China president, said on a call with reporters Wednesday morning. "(It's) the sector that had one of the largest reve
MIAMI, Feb. 2 (UPI) -- One of the best quarterbacks in the NFL will take on one of the league's best defenses in Super Bowl LIV on Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla. The strength-against-strength matchup marks the NFL season finale with Kansas City Chiefs star Patrick Mahomes set to face the Richard Sherman-led San Francisco 49ers secondary. The 49ers boast an elite rushing attack, while the Chiefs have stepped up their play against the run in the postseason. Kansas City is a 1.5-point favorite to beat San Francisco, according to Caesars. The game has an over/under of 54 total points. Both teams have had two weeks to prepare for the game after winning their respective conference championships. "You have to visualize it if you want to go out there and do it," Mahomes said...
If your weekend plans include dropping a bet on the Super Bowl, don't forget that Uncle Sam wants a piece of anything you win.Americans are expected to wager about $ 6.8 billion on Sunday night's matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers in Miami. And no matter where you place your bet — whether at a casino, online, through a pool or fantasy league, or at your neighbor's annual bash — the IRS expects you come to clean at tax time."Most people don't realize they have to report any kind of winnings from gambling activities," said Oscar Vives Ortiz, a CPA who serves on the American Institute of CPAs' personal financial specialist committee.Fans celebrate after making bets through FanDuel Sportsbook during Super Bowl LIII in East Rutherford, New Jersey, on Feb. 3, 2019.Edu