Another weekend is upon us.
And understandably, every other sporting event has been overshadowed by all the World Cup talks. With the football fest set to begin in just under a week, every media house is talking about it.
But this won’t stop the other sporting events from taking place this weekend.
With that in mind, it’s the best time to get to ready to make some extra cash for yourself by placing your bets on these three sporting events:
It’s been somewhat of a roller-coaster ride for the Golden State Warriors in this year’s NBA Finals. As things stand, Steve Kerr’s men are 3-0 up in the best –of-seven series.
Of course the storyline could have been a whole lot different had J.R. Smith been more aware in Game 1 and the Cavs did not let their early lead in Game 3 slip up. But that has not been the case.
As things stand now, Game 4 – which will be played on the home court of Cleveland Cavaliers – has now become a must-win for Lebron James and co. if they’re to salvage anything from this series. A win for the Cavs will surely elongate the series, something most basketball fans will want.
On the other hand, a win for the Warriors means they will retain the NBA Championship title.
This weekend will see the second Grand Slam of the year come to a close. To say it has been an eventful event (pun intended) is an understatement. Although the tournament started with names like Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic and Alexander Zverev, all are now out of the running for a Grand Slam title.
In the Women’s singles category, Garbine Muguruza was knocked out of the semi-final by Simona Halep. And she’s set to face Sloane Stephens who defeated last year’s U.S Open finalist, Madison Keys in a repeat of the final of last year’s U.S Open.
In the Men’s singles category, Marco Cecchinato has been the revelation of the tournament so far. The 25-year old Italian is responsible for the elimination of Goffin and Djokovic. Alongside the Italian, there’s Rafa Nadal, Juan Martin del Potro and also Dominic Thiem.
The seventh Grand Prix of the season will be hosted in Canada this weekend. Lewis Hamilton may be leading the standings but it has been a fairly balanced F1 season so far, with three drivers winning at least two races already this season.
Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton and Daniel Ricciardo are the front-runners of the 2018 F1 season. But Canada is one of Hamilton’s favorite tracks. His win on the Canadian tracks last year was his sixth win there.
Which of these – and other – sporting events do you look forward to making money from this weekend? Gist us in the comments.