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World Cup - New Zealand v Australia

World Cup - New Zealand v Australia

Australia head across the Tasman as two of the pre-tournament favourites do battle in Auckland in front of a sell out Kiwi crowd. Many experts see this as a dress rehearsal for the final and both team’s unbeaten starts to the World Cup have done nothing to alter this viewpoint, with the Black Caps particularly impressive in their record-breaking crushing of England. Both sides are full of powerful hitters so the result could well hinge on who hits the most sixes. Bet now on a wide range of markets and sit back and enjoy this Group A battle.

Super 15 - Waikato Chiefs v Crusaders

Super 15 - Waikato Chiefs v Crusaders

The best two teams in New Zealand and arguably in Super Rugby battle in an early season game that could give an indication of where the Super 15 title is heading this year. The Chiefs have won both their first two games whereas the Crusaders bounced back from a shock first round reverse with a big win against South Island rivals, the Highlanders, last week. Both sides are full of All Blacks and this is a game that all rugby fans will enjoy and should feature plenty of ties and big hits. The Chiefs start as favourites in this home fixture for them - who do you fancy?

Premier League - West Ham v C Palace

Premier League - West Ham v C Palace

The pressure is on Allardyce to guide West Ham to their first victory in five matches. Although the Upton Park side haven’t had the easiest run of fixtures, their 4-0 trouncing by West Brom in the FA Cup was surely a hammer blow to their confidence. Palace have also had a tough few fixtures and with back-to-back losses against Arsenal and Liverpool. Pardew’s attacking options have been severely limited with Campbell, Chamak and Sanogo all out injured, but McCarthy could make a triumphant return to seal it for the Eagles. A game that could be wide open due to injury count - who will have the depth to secure the 3 points?

Premier League - Man Utd v Sunderland

Premier League - Man Utd v Sunderland

Man Utd look like they have an easy chance to get their push for a Champions League spot back on track against a struggling Sunderland side devoid of confidence. United were beaten last weekend by Swansea who had previously taken the points from them at the start of the season. Van Gaal will be seeking a strong reaction here from his team of superstars with much more expected of Rooney, Falcao and Di Maria, particularly with Van Persie out injured. Poyet’s team have just won once in their last 9 and have plummeted down the table, but they did grab a victory at Old Trafford last year, so this tie could bring some positive thoughts and they will hope their star striker Defoe can fire them to repeat a shock victory.

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