With any other player you could perhaps be concerned that with a rules controversy arguably over shadowing their third round, that it would have a negative effect on them going in to Sunday, however we know enough about Reed now to assume that if anything it will have the opposite effect and spur him on. Coincidentally, he was alongside Ortiz when the Mexican got the job done in Houston, and he looks a player destined to get over the line on Tour sooner rather than later.
However consistency is something he is yet to master and having finished with a bogey on the final hole he is hard to fancy with any great confidence to bag his debut win at a course which usually exposes such players. Alongside him are Jon Rahm, Adam Scott, Viktor Hovland and Lanto Griffin and Rahm in particular will, you would think, be licking his chops at the thought of chasing down Reed and Ortiz on the course where he bagged his maiden Tour win and where he's gone close twice since.
Stupid as it may sound though for a player of his stature and with his record here, who currently sits in third place, I do have reservations as to whether his game is quite where it needs to be to win this, something borne out by the fact that he made four bogeys in his 72 on Saturday, finding only six fairways.
It may just be that he is still not quite comfortable with his new clubs and he looks short enough. Completing the quintet are Hovland and Griffin. Hovland, it goes without saying, is heading to the very top echelons of the game and he showed yet again what a class act he is when shooting an incredible 65 in the toughest of conditions at the South Course on Friday, a round, which was four shots better than anyone else could manage. Having closed with two straight birdies on Saturday to salvage a 73 he would be my pick of those who head in to Sunday two back, although the impressive Griffin also makes some appeal.
Schauffele, whose last win was over two years ago at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, has passed up several gilt-edged opportunities in the interim period including two hole leads last year. Although seemingly uncomfortable when in the lead going in to Sunday, where Schauffele has historically thrived is from off the pace and with his four wins coming from five, three, two and three shots back, he will no doubt be in his comfort zone starting Sunday four behind.
A native of La Jolla, Schauffele knows this course like the back of his hand, however prior to this year his record here has strangely been very poor with a 25th place alongside four missed cuts the best he has managed. This time around though, perhaps freed up by the lack of the normal home fan pressure in the gallery, the year-old old has finally clicked on a course which really should suit his game, and he was impressive in all departments on his way to a bogey-free 68 on Saturday.
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With a little reveal of when the next overhaul period will be It's a VAR-free zone! Not one mention! Instead, we look ahead to the transfer window with January just days away. Should Liverpool do any business? Will Manchester City go for a defender? Are Leicester hoping for a quiet month? In the race for the top-four, Chelsea's transfer ban has been lifted meaning it could be a busy window for them, while Manchester United are still on the hunt for additions so we look at the names that have been linked.
What about Gareth Bale? Will he return to the Premier League? Is this the window where Wilfried Zaha moves from Crystal Palace? We discuss all that and much more. Plenty of games on Boxing Day so we preview where the points can be won and who could be your captain. It's time for a look back at the calendar year! We give out awards for the following: Team of the year Player of the year Manager of the year Moment of the year The team also give their one prediction for what will happen involving the Premier League in The Sporting Life team are back to cover their best bets across racing and football in the final weekend before Christmas.
As ever, we discuss the top performers from the previous week and outline some of the in-form players to consider for the future. Wondering how many transfers the top players have? We let you know the statistics if you're panicking about remaining transfers as the season progresses. We also have a bit of an exclusive as we reveal the price of playmaker Takumi Minamino, who joins Liverpool in January following the completion of his transfer from Red Bull Salzburg.
There is also the weekend preview, as we discuss captaincy options and players to consider on both Saturday and Sunday. All that and much more! Mikel Arteta looks to be on his way back to Arsenal, this time as manager. We ask if he is the right man for the job.
Liverpool are also in action in the Club World Cup. Is this tournament a good or bad thing? There's an argument to be made on both sides. All that and much more The Sporting Life team preview the weekend's sporting action covering racing and football with free tips for Doncaster, Newcastle, Cheltenham and the Premier League. Daryl Jacob also joins us to discuss his spell on the sidelines and the highs and lows of the last week.
As ever, we look at the top performers from the week and there is one eye-catching result - with Billy's pre-assist proving heroic for Goole in their draw on Tuesday night. There was controversy surrounding the Man of the Match selection at Arsenal so we ask someone high up to come on an explain what happened, but did they accept our invitation?
We also look at the weekend action and discuss who to pick as captains for the upcoming games. Alongside that, there is all the usual transfer talk. World Darts Championship Podcast ft. The World Darts Championship gets under way this week and our tipster Chris Hammer talks you through the draw with Ben Coley while we have interviews with Nathan Aspinall and Glenn Durrant as well as the expert thoughts of former major winner and pundit Paul Nicholson. Sporting Life Darts Podcast running order 0 - 7mins: Scene setter for the World Championship and whether Gerwyn Price's rivalry with Michael van Gerwen is here to stay for the long term.
Ben Coley and Richard Mann return for the final snooker podcast of Should he get the job on a full-time basis? Or is it important that they don't get carried away in the moment? It's been a great week for Manchester United after they secured bragging rights in the derby. We hear from former United defender Paul Parker who gives us his thoughts on the current situation. Leicester keep on winning.
Are they serious title contenders? Or would you back Liverpool going the entire season unbeaten? They reflect on a double gameweek full of points, for some rather than others, while looking at this week's action. There are games which are spread over three days, with West Ham v Arsenal rounding off the action on Monday Night Football. We look at potential captaincy options over this period, with a real chance for differentials to tip the weight in your favour.
It's also a good time of year to dive into the transfer allocation so the team discuss which players would be good to bring in at this point. Football, racing and boxing are covering in our latest best bets podcast. Tom Carnduff provides tips for corners, a goal scoring left back and the handicap markets to cover Saturday's Premier League and Sky Bet Championship action.
Our team preview the Sandown feature plus the main action on a cracking card at Aintree too. This week sees the fixtures spread across three days with Amazon Prime venturing into Premier League broadcasting. The good news for us is that it provides opportunity for three different captains.
It also means there is a chance to maximise points return using transfers. We look at which transfers will be best to make to ensure getting the best possible score on each day. Alongside all that, we preview each fixture and reveal our captaincy choices for the rest of Gameweek It was another eventful weekend of action as the trio dissect the latest results.
Liverpool continued to pick up points but Manchester United were held, again, this time by Aston Villa. He discusses the situation with Marco Silva and whether or not he will be leaving Goodison Park. Our team also speak about the managerial changes at Watford and Arsenal and who could be the new faces in the dugout. Finally, the next round of fixtures will be live streamed on Amazon Prime.
Exciting, right? We look at the positives and negatives of the move. David Ord is in the host this week as our team pick out their best bets for the sporting weekend. Ben Linfoot starts to whittle down his shortlist for the Ladbrokes Trophy and has a strong fancy in the closing race at Newbury.
Tom Carnduff is on hand with his best bets for the football programme while Richard Mann has a tasty snooker treble at the UK Championships. This week is a good one with each team playing two fixtures. Another big positive is the spread of games which means action on five different days. We look at potential captaincy options with the next seven days presenting real opportunity for a big points haul.
The big game between Manchester City and Chelsea is discussed, with Sky Sports' Ben Ransom joining us for his thoughts from behind the scenes at the Etihad. The Premier League sack race is also hotting up. How good is Cyrname? Where now for Altior? Is Lostintranslation the best of the lot?
Daryl tells us how the Betfair Chase rode and Mark has another horse to add to your My Stable tracker. It is Altior v Cyrname at Ascot on Saturday and our racing team are split on which will come out on top. They also preview the the Bet Fair Chase at Haydock and provide their best bets at both meetings.
Jose Mourinho is in at Spurs! Is it time to load up on Tottenham players? Or best to wait a few weeks while we work out what system they will play? Plenty of games to dissect on Saturday with a number of captaincy choices, so who do you go for? Is it worth looking at Everton? What about Arsenal? Can Mourinho win something with Tottenham? Either this season or next? The team discuss the chances. Jimmy White and Reanne Evans earn special mention following their efforts at the Champion of Champions while Richard picks out three names to watch in the coming weeks and months.
We may have been without top-flight action last weekend but there's still plenty to discuss in the latest episode of our Premier League Weekly podcast. Tom Carnduff, Paul Higham and George Pitts dissect England's performance in their European Championship qualification group, alongside those nations that have caught the eye over the international break.
We look ahead to the latest round of Premier League games, where Manchester City's clash with Chelsea is the headline act. Pep Guardiola's side will know the latest situation with Liverpool facing Crystal Palace at 3pm. There's plenty of pressure around the league currently with five managers potentially facing the sack. All that and much more in the latest episode! The rain does not cancel us as the Sporting Life team battle the elements to provide their best free tips across the sporting weekend.
Cheltenham goes ahead on Saturday and Sunday and we preview both days' race cards, plus racing at Lingfield. The average points haul is increasing, but nobody managed to break the point mark this week. Still, it was a positive week all-round with plenty of action in the last round of Premier League games.
The international break brings a temporary halt to proceedings which gives us time to look at some potential transfers to consider before top-flight football returns next weekend. Premier League Weekly: Liverpool already there? We ask if Liverpool have already sealed the title or who else could still catch them.
We then delve into the bottom of the table and debate which manager is for the chop next. Ben Coley stands in as host as the Sporting Life team reveal their best weekend bets, including the Liverpool v Man City showdown and quality racing at Wincanton. They reflect on the Flat season, look ahead to the return of Fusil Raffles at Wincanton and reflect on a bumper week of key jumping action. Leicester continue to shine, and with a favourable fixture list coming up, is it worth loading in as many Leicester players as possible?
A case to be made for some Watford and Bournemouth players? What about Southampton? Hey, who knows, they might get some points. Nicholas Pepe is once again a point of discussion with Aidan adamant he'll score some points this week, although with Liverpool taking on Manchester City, the points may come at Anfield. Stoke City decided to part company with their manager Nathan Jones as the Potters struggle at the bottom end of the division.
Was it the right decision? Who will replace him? Prutton provides us with excellent insight into what it's like for a player when a managerial change is made, alongside some interesting stories from his playing days. Nottingham Forest face Derby in the headline act of this weekend's fixture. Prutton, a former Forest player, recalls his experience playing in the East Midlands derby alongside telling us what a local derby is all about for a player.
There's all that and much more in the latest episode of the Sporting Life Championship podcast. Liverpool looked like they were heading for defeat at Aston Villa before striking late. The same can be said for Manchester City as they faced Southampton. The mark of champions? Well only one team can win it and both meet at Anfield next weekend. Arsenal's problems continue with the future of Unai Emery unclear.
Who will be their next boss if they choose to part ways? Jose Mourinho? Yes, more VAR controversy in more than one game. Does the system need to change? The opinion has seemingly shifted to a largely negative one. There's all that and much more in the latest episode. It's a bumper Best Bets podcast with racing, football, rugby, golf and F1 all featured.
The racing team have every angle of the Breeders Cup covered for you, plus tips for racing closer to home. Hey, Leicester are quite good aren't they? Even better if you had a team full of Foxes players for that Friday hammering of Southampton. We have eight, yes eight, fixtures in the Premier League on Saturday which leaves a captaincy dilemma. Do you go for a Liverpool player at Aston Villa? What about Manchester City with that visit of Southampton next? Or, do you look to Dale Stephens at Brighton?
David Ord and Ben Linfoot are the men behind the microphones this week and they preview a fascinating weekend of action. Chuter explains exactly what the players will be going through in their preparations this week and how to handle the pressure of the final. We also debate the key battles and where the match will be won and lost, as well as our best bet for the final in Japan.
Premier League Weekly: Upward trajectory! Well it's been a quiet weekend in the Premier League. There was only numerous questionable VAR decisions, the Arsenal captain swearing at his own fans, Liverpool finding a way to keep winning, Chelsea's goal-scoring exploits and a hat-trick for Christian Pulisic, that's alongside a potential Manchester United revival!
Oh, and did we mention that someone won a game of football ? With the Rugby World Cup semi-finals upon us we look at value for the semis and who could win through to the Final, as Wales and England look to make it a first ever all home nations Finals. The team react to a low-scoring week last time out with the defence carrying all three through. There's plenty of options to consider with another three gamedays and we look at some potential captaincy options.
Of course, we analyse every game and find out that Billy has actually set up a number where YOU can get the latest team news! Well, maybe not Cheltenham stage The Showcase Meeting this weekend and Daryl Jacob joins our podcast regulars to discuss his exciting book of rides including Wholestone. Manchester United showed heart and battled for a point against Liverpool, but they should have had all three.
We look at the events from Old Trafford including the controversial opener and if VAR should have intervened for a potential foul in the build-up. Tottenham continue to struggle as they had to strike late to draw at home to a winless Watford side. Marco Silva's Everton showed no signs of pressure as they comfortably dispatched of West Ham at Goodison Park, but was that more down to a poor Hammers showing?
We talk about all that and much more Championship Podcast: Horrocious Conditions. The duo discuss Mark Bowen's appointment as Reading manager and their win over Preston. We also look at Cardiff v Sheffield Wednesday and debate whether or not Cardiff's equaliser should have been disallowed.
Gary Rowett is reportedly heading to Millwall and we look at the pros and cons of that move. Alongside all that, we discuss Stoke's recent results and their chances of pushing up the table. We also hear all of our exclusive interview with Nottingham Forest manager Sabri Lamouchi.
A packed podcast delivers weekend best bets cover racing, football, golf and rugby union. We have Champions Day at Ascot fully covered, with opinions and tips spread across the race card. The international break is over, yay! Chelsea and Leicester are fancied for comfortable home wins so good news if you have any of those players in your teams!
Maybe not so good for those with players from Newcastle and Burnley. We talk transfers as well, all in around 30 minutes or so. We don't rest on International weekend, so are back with our latest views on the key Premier League talking points, specifically previewing the weekend's matches. We focus on Manchester United against Liverpool, asking how United can end their bad form and how Liverpool could really hammer their old foes.
We debate how pivotal the weekend results are for the under pressure Everton and Tottenham bosses and how Manchester City will reaction against Palace, following their shock loss to Wolves. Ben Coley hosts the latest edition of our Weekend Best Bets podcast, as our team provide their racing, football and darts selections for Friday and Saturday.
Fantasy Football Podcast: Where are all the points? We're all delighted yes, absolutely delighted, honest that it is another international break but it gives us time to have a look at our teams and work out any changes to be made. The team look back on last week's results and some of the standout performers who continue to shine as the weeks progress. Of course, the football will eventually return though and there's some tough runs ahead - particularly for Crystal Palace that will want to make you take out every single Palace player in your squad.
Fear not though! We're here to guide you through every step of the way The trio look back on the last round of fixtures which saw Liverpool move eight points clear at the top as Manchester City fell to a surprise defeat to Wolves. Manchester United continue to struggle and the pressure is mounting on Tottenham. Who has been the biggest surprise so far? What about the biggest disappointment? We also make our predictions as England's top-flight takes a couple of weeks off due to the international break.
Championship Podcast: Isn't Football Brilliant? At the other end, the Cowley's are starting to get results at Huddersfield while performances at Stoke haven't matched their points return. What next for Jonathan Woodgate and Middlesbrough?
We look at all that and more as Dom also confesses his love for football as a whole. Host Ben Coley and snooker expert Richard Mann return for the first episode of the new season. Racing Podcast - Arc de Triomphe Special. Fantasy Football Podcast: Sterling start! In this week's edition they discuss City's domination with points scorers, more top performers elsewhere in Gameweek 7, look at how our teams performed and discuss the disappointment of Raheem Sterling being left on the bench.
Who to pick this weekend? There are mentions for Callum Hudson-Odoi, after signing a new Chelsea contract, Tammy Abraham, Fikayo Tomori and players from Newcastle who are short of goals at the minute. Football author and Manchester United expert Tom McDermott is our special guest as we analysis United's start to the season and debate if there really is a growing crisis at the club following the defeat to West Ham.
We go in depth on the whole structure of the club from top to bottom to examine the problems and how United get back on top. The Sporting Life team share their weekend best bets including racing, football, F1 and rugby union. And we have our F1 insiders tups fo the Singapore Grand Prix.
Fantasy Football: Should have picked Guilbert. After a week in which we were in no doubt that Manchester City players would all earn loads of points, we're left to reflect on the next-to-nothing tally they returned. Nicolas Otamendi may have gifted their third goal on Saturday, but it was still a decent weekend for the City centre-back and that left the bragging rights with Aidan. Who to pick for the next round of fixtures? We discuss the action on each day.
David Prutton joins Tom Carnduff and Gareth Jones for our latest podcast as we review the new beginnings at Huddersfield and Sheffield Wednesday and predict how their new managers will do. League leaders Leeds are on the agenda, while we access Preston's chances of promotion after their good start to the season. We also ask what a good season would be for Middlesbrough And we pick our best Sky Bet Championship goalkeeper.
Dorian and Mark share their memories and insight into what it takes to reach and then win the greatest prize of them all and how to cope away in camp for two months. We preview the chances of all four home nations and debate if anyone can topple New Zealand, plus highlight the players to star at the tournament. Warning: Occasional swearing.
Which look at what it means fo the title race and how Norwich dismantled the City defence. We discuss how top six challengers Leicester and Wolves were put back in their places by Manchester United and Chelsea and how the Blues English youngsters are repaying the trust put in them.
What debate what Watford could achieve moving forward and how an ownership change at Sheffield United could effect their season. Fantasy Football: The Overhaul is Ending! The Overhaul is coming to an end, but just what does that mean? Well it means you have less than 24 hours to make those unlimited transfer, it means Tom is panicking about the state of his squad and has really gone for the definition of 'overhaul', it also means that Billy has brought in the cheapest player available in the game.
Is that good? We don't know. Do you have a Watford player in your team? Do you know anyone who has a Watford player in their team? If so, why? Please let us know We preview the weekend's racing, football and boxing action in our latest episode. Running order: 0 mins: Racing 11 mins: Football 23mins: Boxing. Is he brimming with confidence heading to Town Moor? The Sporting Life team are back to share their tips for the weekend ahead, covering football, racing, NFL and formula one.
The overhaul is here! Tom is delighted, Billy provides the stats and Aidan reflects on his team. The trio discuss some of those players to consider alongside the top performers so far. There's also the search for value in bringing in cheaper players who can provide the points. We look at every position on the pitch and help you out with those tricky selections Gareth, Tom and George reflect on the weekend's action and major talking points, including the north London derby and whether Jack Grealish did dive or not.
We ask whether Mane was right to kick off when subbed at Burnley and what went wrong for Chelsea as they blew a lead to Sheffield United. The Sporting Life team are back to share their tips for the weekend ahead, covering football, racing, boxing and formula one. The racing team cover the Beverley Bullet and the Solario at Sandown.
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We debate how far in Arsenal's development they are and just how good or not they currently are. We preview the North London derby as both the Gunners and Tottenham are trying to bounce back from weekend defeats. We pick out our performances of the weekend, with Palace, Newcastle, Villa and Leicester all getting a shout and we discuss the attitude of Manchester United's Dan James.
We look at Huddersfield Town's search for a new boss and ask if Sol Campbell would be a gamble. Stoke - how long does Nathan Jones have left to turn things around why is it going so wrong? We also look on the postive side of the table, saluting the performances of Swansea, Forest, Charlton and Leeds and looking at why things are going so right for them.
We are once again in the heart of the Sporting Life office to share our best bets for the weekend. The football team have tips across the Premier League action, including Liverpool against Arsenal. We look at the best performers from the previous week, some transfers to consider and the potential captains for all three days of action this weekend. Stationed at the winning post at York we are joined by a hat full of guests to preview the Welcome to Yorkshire Ebor Festival.
We react to the news that Steve Smith has been ruled out of the Headingley Test with concussion and how England could switch their batting line up. Yorkshire and former England batsman Gary Ballance and Adam Lyth provide an insight into the type of wicket Headingley will produce. Gareth Jones, George Pitts and Tom Carnduff reflect on the weekend's Premier League action, as well as an early preview of the next round of matches.
We preview Liverpool against Arsenal next Saturday too. The Sporting Life team tackle the weekend's sporting action with their free tips. The football team look at the Premier League action for both Saturday and Sunday, including Manchester City v Spurs and an interesting first scorer market. They look at the big points getters from last week, the surprise packages and those to consider for the upcoming round of fixtures. The team will be with you every Thursday. They talk all things Gordon Lord Byron plus pick out the highlights from a visit to Ballydoyle on the second and final day of our trip to Ireland.
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Running Order 0 Mins: Racing 10 mins: Football. It's day three of the Qatar Goodwood Festival. In the first of the new season's series we preview the new campaign as we discuss the key talking points and pick our promotion and relegation clubs. Check out their thought on Too Darn Hot returning to a mile for the Qatar Sussex Stakes while they reflect on an opening day when Stradivarius and Pinatubo took centre stage.
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