Didier Drogba hopes he is given the opportunity to extend his stay at Chelsea beyond the end of his current deal that expires in the summer. The 36-year-old former Ivory Coast international has scored four goals in 17 Premier League matches already this term for Jose Mourinho’s side, who face Liverpool in the second leg of their Capital One Cup semi-final on Tuesday. The first leg at Anfield ended in a 1-1 draw and Chelsea are 7/1 with bet365 to beat Liverpool 2-1 in the second leg and 11/8 to keep a clean sheet in the Stamford Bridge encounter. Drogba said: “When you have achieved so much and won so many trophies like we have done in the past ten years, that creates something special. “I love this club and would love to be part of this club for the future, with the new players.”
Soccer – Chelsea stay would suit Drogba
As seems to be the norm, the transfer window will definitely start to hot up in the final days before it closes.
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Transfer Deadline – What may happen in the final week?
Dan Skelton, reveals his plans for Value At Risk after an impressive run at Cheltenham Trials day. “I’m going to have to send him over 3 miles to stay competitive….that wasn’t him at his best” Dan Skelton reveals Value at Risk will run in the Albert Bartlett at the festival with a back up entry in the Neptune. You’ll love a bit of Betfred
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Value At Risk “Will run in the Albert Bartlett” Dan Skelton | Betfred TV
Willie Mullins has confirmed that Hurricane Fly will attempt to win the Champion Hurdle for a third time at Cheltenham in March. The 11-year-old won the Irish Champion Hurdle at Leopardstown on Sunday for a record-breaking fifth time, extending his unbeaten record at the Dublin track to ten in the process. For the third time this season ‘The Fly’ lowered the colours of the reigning Champion Hurdler Jezki, who blundered at the final fence. Hurricane Fly is 7/1 with bet365 to win the Champion Hurdle, while unbeaten stablemate Faugheen is available at 1/1. Mullins said: “We’re just enjoying days like this and you have to keep asking ‘Are you sure he’s not five?’ “It’s all go for Cheltenham now.”
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Horse Racing – Hurricane Fly warms up for Cheltenham in style
Football often hinges on moments of pure luck, but back in 2003, Sunderland suffered perhaps the unluckiest seven minutes the Premier League has seen. Adrian North looks back on the Black Cats’ terrible end to the 02/03 season and the game that marked the low point of it all.
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This Week In Football History: Sunderland’s horrific hat-trick of own goals
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Keep It Fun, Gamble Responsibly – Fred Done | Betfred TV
As we move into the second week the race for the trophy is really hotting up, and James Boswell provides us with an update on who to follow against the book…
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Australian Open Women’s Betting: A trio of outsiders to watch in week 2
Saturday’s magic of the Cup was more than matched on Betfair as one punter almost scooped a £1m return from a £10 five-fold. With just one leg required for the huge payout, the hopes and dreams of the punter were shared with a nation through Twitter. And the drama escalated still further as Cash Out came into play. Let’s take a look at what happened…
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Betfair Punter one-leg from £1 MILLION return from a £10 acca