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Saturday racing tips: Matt Chapman selects his best bets for ITV Racing at Newbury and Newmarket on Saturday



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IT’S a cracking weekend of racing in Britain.

We have some tasty action to get stuck into at Newbury and Newmarket. I reckon I can rustle up a few weekend winners.

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At Newmarket the 3.15pm is the ‘grey’ handicap over 6f. GLENN COCO was seventh in this last year but has slipped down the weights a bit and might appreciate the return to 6f.

Trained by Stuart Williams, the six-year-old gets the help of Callum Shepherd and should be staying on strongly at the end of a fast pace.

Has a good Newmarket record. I’ll be backing him each-way.


  • 1.50 Newbury – Dhahabi
  • 2.25 Newbury – Jahbath EW
  • 3.00 Newbury – Morando
  • 3.35 Newbury – Surf Dancer EW
  • 2.05 Newmarket – Zuba EW
  • 2.40 Newmarket – Black Caspian
  • 3.15 Newmarket – Glenn Coco EW NAP


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Man Utd chief Woodward casts doubt over Sancho transfer as he tells fans club will be ‘responsible’ in transfer market




man utd chief woodward casts doubt over sancho transfer as he tells fans club will be responsible in transfer market

MANCHESTER UNITED chief Ed Woodward has cast doubt on the club signing Jadon Sancho in a £108million deal – insisting they must be ‘responsible’ in the current climate.

Football clubs and sport in general have lost millions in the pandemic with fans unable to attend.

Ed Woodward says his Manchester United must be more responsible in the transfer market due to Covid-19, raising fears over signing Jadon Sancho


Ed Woodward says his Manchester United must be more responsible in the transfer market due to Covid-19, raising fears over signing Jadon SanchoCredit: Reuters

Aside from the initial £35m for Ajax midfielder Donny van de Beek, the Old Trafford chief executive has been quiet in the transfer market.

Woodward has not ruled out signing England and Borussia Dortmund star Sancho, 20, but it could be done in a £70m initial fee with an astonishing £40m in add-ons linked to a series of clauses.

The CEO told United Review: “Disruption from the pandemic is continuing to create huge economic pressures from the top to the bottom of the football pyramid and, while we are fortunate to be in a more resilient position than most clubs, we are not immune from the impact.

“Despite this, we are delighted to have brought in Donny van de Beek from Ajax, adding further quality to a midfield already strengthened by the recruitment of Bruno Fernandes in January.

“Both Donny and Bruno are players we had been tracking for some time and their signings reflect our long-term approach to blending high-quality recruits with homegrown talent to develop a squad capable of winning trophies playing attacking, entertaining football.”

But Woodward admitted he was excited by the group of youngsters that boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has blooded over the last year or so.

They have all been given lucrative new contracts by United.

He said: “As part of that process, we have also awarded new contracts to Nemanja Matic and academy graduates Dean Henderson, Brandon Williams, Scott McTominay and Mason Greenwood over the past year.

“We have also continued to strengthen our thriving academy by attracting several promising young players from across Europe, including Marc Jurado from Barcelona and Alvaro Fernandez Carreras from Real Madrid.

“Together, these investments reinforce our optimism about the future, and we will continue to build on these strong foundations.

“However, we must also be responsible in our use of resources during the most extraordinarily challenging time for everyone in football.”

United start their Prem season with a home clash against Crystal Palace this evening.

Mason Greenwood says, ‘If you’re good enough, you’re old enough’ to play for Man Utd

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Leeds vs Fulham LIVE SCORE: Latest updates as Premier League football returns to Elland Road




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LEEDS face fellow promoted side Fulham as Premier League football returns to Elland Road.

The Whites were unlucky to go down 4-3 at Liverpool last week and their expectant supporters, who sadly will not be allowed to attend, will hope for three points this time around.

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Arsenal vs West Ham: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for TODAY’S Premier League fixture




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ARSENAL will host their first home fixture of the new season today against West Ham United.

The Gunners got off to a flying start beating Fulham 3-0 at Craven Cottage on the opening weekend.

Arsenal started the season strong with a win against Fulham


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West Ham were less fortunate in their opening clash as they lost 2-nil to Newcastle.

What time does Arsenal vs West Ham kick off?

Arsenal vs West Ham will take place on Saturday, September 19 – TODAY.

The match will kick off at 8pm.

It will take place at the Emirates stadium.

What TV channel is Arsenal vs West Ham on and can I live stream it?

The game will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event.

You can tune in before 8pm for the latest Arsenal news, opinions and live score updates from other matches.

Sky Subscribers can also watch the Arsenal game on the Sky Go app which is available on iOS, Android and via Smart TV’s and other streaming devices.

If you’re not a subscriber, you can watch the match on NOW TV by buying a day pass for £9.99.

What is the latest team-news?


Bernd Leno will in goal, the Gunners are in need of an alternative after selling Emiliano Martinez.

Gabriel Magalhaes will probably start alongside Kieran Tierney and Rob Holding in defence.

Sokratis Papastathopoulos, David Luiz, Pablo Mari, Calum Chambers and Shkodran Mustafi are all out with various injury problems.

Mesut Özil, Lucas Torreira, and Matteo Guendouzi are all likely to be on the bench.

Arteta will likely stick with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette up-front, supported by Willan who linked up well with them on his debut.

West Ham

The Hammers have yet to announce any changes to their trip to Arsenal, but will likely shake things up to avoid a repeat of their dismal perfomance against Newcastle.

How Arsenal could choose to line up vs West Ham


How Arsenal could choose to line up vs West Ham

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