Everyone’s money will be on “F2Tekkz” to secure back-to-back licensed event qualifying triumphs (and to be honest, ours would be as well). But after a slow start to the season, “Nicolas99fc” has started to show the sort of form that saw him be so successful on FIFA 18.
An injury to Harry Kane (£12.5m) headlined Gameweek 22 alongside yet another goal for the most-captained Mo Salah (£13.4). Reports say the England striker will miss around six weeks of action. That rules him out until Gameweek 28, with 31 potentially blank depending on Spurs’ FA Cup progress
Betting against Serena Williams to do anything other than win everything is a fool’s game, as the most successful tennis player in history enters her 25th professional season in search of her 24th Grand Slam singles title.
With both teams coming into the game on a high following emphatic wins last time out, an intriguing contest is in store and it could be explosive stuff with two of the BBL’s star men, Chris Lynn and Shane Watson, set to lock horns.
It will be a shame to have met so early in the draw for the loser of this second round tie, having both gone through a difficult spell within the last year and now coming back into form. It is easy to forget Wawrinka’s pedigree; he is a three-time Grand Slam champion after all, but his recent surgeries have started to spell the end of his career at the top of the game.
A superfight and possibility of the fourth ever simultaneous double champion marks the UFC's first event on ESPN. Henry Cejudo makes his first defence of his flyweight championship against the bantamweight champion TJ Dillashaw.
The dark horse of the stacked lightweight division Gregor Gillespie walks out in front of his home fans for the biggest fight of his career so far. Yancy Medeiros meets him to derail the prospect and dent his unbeaten record.
Joseph Benavidez has two roles for UFC Fight Night 143, firstly as the alternate for Henry Cejudo vs TJ Dillashaw. His main responsibility, however, is to take on Dustin Ortiz who is desperate for redemption after their 2014 encounter.
Controversial new signing Greg Hardy makes his debut and it is sure to be an explosive one with Allen Crowder the man selected to welcome the former NFL star.
Rachael Ostovich makes the brave walk out after dealing with the aftermath of a despicable assault by her husband to take on Paige VanZant, who is looking to inflict more pain and snap a two-fight losing streak.
Karl Roberson has put his hand up to fill in for Ion Cutelaba who withdrew with injury only a week out from his fight with Glover Teixeira. It is a courageous move to take on the exceptionally well-rounded veteran, but he has nothing to lose and everything to gain.
Although Central Coast showed some improvements last time out, they still ultimately lost their tenth game in a row and this poor run will likely continue as they host in-form Melbourne City. The Mariners have at least scored in their last four, though, so back them to find the net in defeat.
A second round Grand Slam tie on home soil for Australian Matt Ebden must be the stuff of dreams, and his fight from insignificance to the top 50 in recent years deserves nothing less. However, his opponent is Rafa Nadal, who’s greatest foe at a Grand Slam before the semi-finals is his own fitness.
2015 Davis Cup winner Dan Evans has fought hard to right his wrongs following a drugs ban and has a knack for the spectacular in high-profile matches, but his opponent is Roger Federer. The Swiss six-time, and reigning, Australian Open champion comes into this contest in form and vastly superior to his British foe.