The highly-anticipated rematch between Luke Campbell and Yvan Mendy headlines the undercard of Anthony Joshua vs Alexander Povetkin. AJ defends his world heavyweight titles at Wembley on September 22 in what is expected to be a crowd of 90,000. But Campbell vs Mendy will provide adequate support, with the fight designated a WBC Lightweight World title Final Eliminator. “I want to clear Mendy off my record,” said Campbell, who has recently switched to new trainer Shane McGuigan. “For reasons that I’ve talked about previously I should have never got in to the ring that night but what’s done is done, and I can’t wait to right that wrong on my record on fight night." Scroll down for full Joshua vs Povetkin undercard preview. Read More Joshua vs Povetkin "Mendy’s always been on my list for sure, he’s been winning and it will be a very tough fight. He is a tough competitor, strong and durable. Undercard fights in full Luke Campbell vs Yvan … [Read more...] about Anthony Joshua vs Alexander Povetkin undercard in full
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A champion's start for Real Lopetegui: Mariano has taken advantage of his chance The start to the 2018/19 Champions League season could hardly have been better for Real Madrid, who beat Roma 3-0 with goals from Isco, Gareth Bale and Mariano. There were excellent performances all round, not just from the goalscorers. Below, each one of Julen Lopetegui's men is rated. … [Read more...] about Real Madrid player ratings vs Roma: Mariano could turn out to be a super signing
What is it? Anthony Joshua vs Alexander Povetkin in a nother huge world heavyweight clash. The Russian is the mandatory challenger to Joshua's WBA title and the Briton will defending his WBA Super, IBF, WBO and IBO belts when the two fighters meet. When is it? Saturday, September 22, 2018 - ie this weekend. Where is it? Wembley Stadium (London). Joshua last fought at Wembley when stopping Wladimir Klitschko in April 2017. What TV channel will it be on? The fight will be shown live on Sky Sports Box Office. You can find out more on how to book and live stream the fight right here. For US readers: It will be also aired on the streaming platform DAZN as part of the US debut of the service. What time is the fight likely to start? As always, this largely depends on how the fight night is progressing, but expect the ring walk to begin at around 10pm with the fight starting afterwards. How can I get tickets? Tickets went on sale in July and are … [Read more...] about Anthony Joshua vs Alexander Povetkin: What time is the fight, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?
Manchester United kick-started their Champions League campaign in style as they clinched a 3-0 victory over Young Boys in the Group H opener. Paul Pogba, who was captaining the side, proved to be the match winner for United as he secured the three points with a brilliant brace on a hostile night in Bern. The home side started the better of the two sides and tested early on, but were punished for poor defending when Pogba finished a superb solo effort with a beautiful left-footed drive. United soon had a second goal before half-time as Pogba placed a beautiful penalty high into the top corner following a controversial hand ball decision. Jose Mourinho's side continued with their dominance and had a third midway through the second half as Anthony Martial finished a clever team move. Scroll down to see how all of the action unfolded from the Stade De Suisse. Key Events FT | Young Boys 0-3 United 21:51 GOAL! 3-0 United 21:23 Cristiano Ronaldo set to miss Manchester United … [Read more...] about Young Boys vs Manchester United highlights
Saving money into a cash Isa over the last 18 years would have returned four times less than a stocks and shares Isa, according to research by Schroders. Since 2009, the average savings account could even have lost you money. But while stocks and shares returns may have been higher, they have also been more volatile, with many sharp falls and rises. Cash, in contrast, has been a more stable home for Isa money. What is an Isa? ‘Isa’ stands for Individual Savings Account. It is a tax-efficient account into which anyone over the age of 18 can save up to £20,000 a year and withdraw the proceeds, at any time, tax-free. A saver can choose to keep any savings in cash and in return receive interest payments, just like a bank account. Or they can invest their money into financial markets to try to get better returns. There are pros and cons to both. If you leave your money in cash then up to £85,000 is protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). Cash … [Read more...] about Cash vs stock market: the difference in returns since Isas began