Another weekend is here again. While it’s not the opening weekend of the new Premier League season, there’s plenty of footballing action this weekend.
This time of the year can be the hardest for some sports fans – particularly football fans – around the world. It’s been majorly news, rumors of moves, and…even more moves. Sporting action has been somewhat scarce this week.
But that hasn’t stopped all the mountain climbing and racing in the Tour de France. There’s also Formula One action in London and Wimbledon continues.
May not be the most jam-packed weekend but it sure sounds like the ultimate kind of weekend for sports fans the world over.
While you’re getting ready to enjoy all the sporting action, it’s the perfect time to also make some money off your passion. One way or the other you will be having the chance to make predictions about one game or the other this weekend.
Why not take advantage of this list of games this weekend to make your ‘select and predict’ weekend even easier?
Yes, there’s some Formula One action going down this weekend. The race will take place on Lewis Hamilton’s home ground, the Mercedes driver who is currently 20 points adrift race leader Sebastian Vettel.
Both men while going head to head will also be wary of threats from names like Daniel Ricciardo and Valtteri Botas, the winner of the Austrian Grand Prix.
Eventful will an understatement when describing how events at this year’s Wimbledon has turned out to be. Venus Williams has made it into the finals of the Ladies’ event while Roger Federer seems to be powering his way through the tourney. Sounds like an event for the oldies, right?
With the Ladies’ semi-final settled, the men will slug it out on Friday for a place in the final of the Gentlemen’s event. Sam Querrey will take on Marin Cilic while Roger Federer clash with Tomas Berdych.
Then on Saturday, G. Muguruza faces Venus Williams in the final of the Ladies’ event while Sunday will feature the Gentlemen’s final.
From the final of the UEFA U19 Championship in Georgia to pre-season friendlies the world over, there will be plenty of “goal” screams in various stadiums across the world this weekend.
The Women’s Euro Cup kicks off on Sunday while in Australia, Western Sydney plays Arsenal FC in a club friendly. Action in the Germany Amateur league also resumes this weekend. It’s a weekend of so many options. To be on any of these games, just click on any of the links within this article and grow your bank balance this weekend.
Who’s your money on this weekend? Leave us a comment and let us know what you think.Tags: pre-season friendlies, tennis, UEFA U19 Championship, wimbledon, Women's Euro Cup