A Tale Of Two Cities In New York And Manchester
New York City play in sky blue and their shirt sponsors are Etihad. Those facts might remind you of the City of Manchester and that’s not surprising because both clubs have the same owners. Another common theme is that both teams are not top of their respective leagues. New York City are third in MLS while the Manchester version are fourth in the Premier League. After a favourable draw for the group stage MANCHESTER CITY are 11/2 with Betfair to win the Champions League and NEW YORK CITY are 4/7 with Ladbrokes to beat New England at home tonight. The visitors have not won on the road in 11 matches so City are fancied to get their season back on track.
You can only watch the US Open tennis championships on Amazon Prime and this is the latest example of a major sporting event being only available through live streaming. The final major of the golf season was not broadcast on television and some of the big leagues around Europe are not being covered by conventional broadcasters. It’s the second day of quarter-finals action in the US Open and Novak Djokovic is the shortest price to beat his opponent, John Millman. Djokovic is 49 places above Millman in the seedings and can win this match in STRAIGHT SETS which you can back at 4/9 with William Hill.
There are four Flat meetings in Britain today and they race over jumps at Southwell. The course is now better known for staging All-Weather racing but it still has a turf jumps track. None of the five meetings in the UK has more than £50,000 in prize money and the financial rewards on offer are reflected in the quality of the fields. The richest meeting of the day is on the Flat at Gowran Park in Ireland. The maiden that opens the card at 4.05 is the only race with a prize fund of more than €10,000 but it’s a decent race targeted by major trainers. SOUTH PACIFIC is the highest rated of Aidan O’Brien’s three runners and the horse can prevail at Evens with Paddy Power.