Welcome to The Weekend Cometh! Bringing you sporting bets from around the globe, with one or two not so popular bets included to add some spice to your weekend's betting. So without further ado, check out this week’s selections across the weekend of sport
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Rangers v Corinthians (6:00pm Saturday)
The Florida Cup is a tournament for sides on Winter breaks and post season, with eight involved, including Scottish side Rangers. Their first match in this event, is against Brazilian champions, Corinthians, in one of the stranger match-ups we have witnessed in the football world.
Rangers went into the Winter break off the back of a goalless draw with bitter rivals Celtic, as the Gers sit third. Brazilian side Corinthians won the league title at a canter last season, with a nine point gap over second placed side Palmeiras.
Both sides will be rotating teams to get the best out of their squads, and despite Rangers being in the throws of the current season, the Brazilian side look too good for the Scottish team.
Corinthians To Win @20/21
Atlanta Falcons @ Philadelphia Eagles (9:35pm Saturday)
The NFL season is now down to just eight teams, with Championship semi-finals being played over the weekend, including this match-up between the Falcons and the Eagles,
The Falcons go in as favourites for the match, based around the form of the Quarterbacks, with the Falcons own Matt Ryan establishing a reputation as a big post season player, while for the Eagles, Nick Foles, who has deputised for Carson Wentz, has struggled to keep the high standards set by his team-mate, with one of the 2017’s worst completion rates by a Quarterback.
Much will depend on the Eagles running game and defensive strength, but home advantage may just swing it for them, in a narrow victory.
Eagles To WIn @5/4
Racing ‘92 v Munster (3:15pm Sunday)
In Rugby Union’s European Champions Cup, French side Racing ‘92, look for an important victory to keep themselves in the qualifying places, against the group leaders Munster, who will seal top spot if they find victory.
Racing ‘92 beat Castres in the last match and will want to pull off a win, with a tough last game at Leicester Tigers to come in the final match day. Munster completed a solid double over Leicester, with a 25-16 away to the English side.
Munster won 14-7 in the first meeting in Ireland and a tough match is expected on their visit to Paris, but they have already proven capable of picking up away wins and another could be on the cards once again.
Munster To Win @8/5