England have already qualified for Euro 2020, but Pandora Hughes is backing them to sign off in style in their final Group A game on Sunday.
Bet 1: Back England to beat Kosova at 40/85
It hasn't all been plain sailing for England in their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign, but they secured their place at the top of Group A with a 7-0 thrashing of Montenegro on Thursday and they look a good bet to win again on Sunday.
It is possible that Gareth Southgate will opt to rest one or two players for this one, but even a half-strength England team should be enough to overcome a brave but limited Kosova side, who may also be resting players, given that their qualification hopes now rest entirely on the play-off tournament next March.
The reverse fixture was a 5-3 goalfest at Wembley, but England had that game under control after 20 minutes, and with Raheem Sterling back in the fold in Pristina, the visitors will have enough attacking firepower to do the double.
Bet 2: Back Racing 92 to beat Saracens at 3/10
Saracens get their Champions Cup campaign underway on Sunday, but this is a tough opener for the under-fire Premiership Champions, as they face a 35-point deduction for breaching the salary cap rules, although they are appealing against the penalty.
And while their off-field problems will inevitably cast a shadow over this weekend's fixture, they are also still weakened on the field by the absence of their England stars, who won't be ready to resume their club duties for a week or two.
By contrast, Racing are almost back to full strength, with Finn Russell, Maxime Machenaud and Virmi Vakatawa back in the squad, and they had a morale boosting 25-9 win over Stade Francais in the Paris Derby last weekend. With home advantage against weakened opponents, they look a solid bet.
Bet 3: Back Philadelphia Eagles to beat New England Patriots at 9/5
This weekend's NFL schedule has thrown up a fascinating repeat of Superbowl LII and I think there's the potential for a shock in Philadelphia.
The Eagles have been hit and miss and go into the game with a 5-4 record that reflects their inconsistency. But on paper they are still one of the stronger teams in the league, and they have the talent both on offense and defense to beat any opponent.
And despite their 8-1 record, the Patriots have not been as dominant as usual. Their offensive line has been unreliable, and they were unable to stop the Baltimore running game last weekend, so at odds against, it's worth taking a chance on the Eagles here
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