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There is a big game in the Premier League on Monday night as a new-look Hull side take on West Ham at the KC Stadium. Both teams have made slightly dodgy starts to the season and the result tonight could go a long way to deciding their expectations for the rest of the campaign. Hull have taken four points from their first three encounters whilst the Hammers are behind on three. A victory for either side would then represent a decent start to the season, but a loss would pile the pressure on either manager, especially Sam Allardyce at West Ham.
Hampshire have the chance this week to claim promotion to Division One of the County Championship with their game against Kent which starts on Monday. Worcestershire look to have confirmed their promotion already and Hampshire have the ideal opportunity to join them with a home fixtures against a side with little to play for at this stage of the season. Essex have the chance to usurp them in second place if Hampshire slip up and they will be looking to beat Leicestershire this week just in case.
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July, at least the first half of it, will continue to be dominated by the FIFA World Cup as the competition heads into the quarter-finals stages and beyond. There is a stellar line-up in the last eight of the tournament with many of the big name teams still involved, with the notable exceptions of Spain, Italy and England. The atmosphere in Brazil is sure to remain unique, though, as long as the host nation are still involved.
This is also a big month for the transfer market in football as, especially when the World Cup comes to a close, there will be some mega-money deals across Europe and the world. There are plenty of options to bet on the future of various players this summer, even when there is no actual football being played.
England’s cricketers have a busy July ahead of them with the first three of a five match test series against India beginning over the month. The first is at Trent Bridge on the 9th with contests at Lord’s and the Aegeas Bowl to follow over July. Of course, the domestic County Championship and NatWest T20 Blast competition continue as well.
For many, the highlight of the golfing calendar comes around in July as the Open Championship takes place, this year at Hoylake. All the world’s top players will be in attendance, including Tiger Woods who has recently made his return from a back injury which kept him out of the US Open and Masters.
Formula One fans in Britain will also be excited in July as the British Grand Prix returns to Silverstone and it is the home favourite Lewis Hamilton who is the shortest price with the bookmakers to succeed. The drivers then move on to Germany and Hungary later in the month.
There is a big all-British boxing bout this month as Tyson Fury take on Dereck Chisora in Manchester for the trio of the British, European and WBO International heavyweight belts. The winner also puts themselves in line for a world title shot, probably next year.
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