We’ve checked the results and sadly there are no winners for last week’s #UltimatePredictor challenge! We warned you that an upset could be on the cards in the Bangladesh v South Africa ODI and, sadly for the Proteas, we were right.
There’s no time to worry about the past with another chance this weekend to win your share of the R5000 prize pool.
If you’re new to #UltimatePredictor, now is the time to have a go! All you have to do is pick five correct results and the R5000 (or a share of the prize pool) could be yours.
Let’s take a look ahead to this week’s fixtures.
Smell that! It’s Test match rugby and it’s back! The All Blacks and Los Pumas lock horns in the first game of an abbreviated Rugby Championship. New Zealand at home looks to be a safe bet, but Argentina won’t leave anything out on the field.
Liverpool are in action at Suncorp Stadium in Australia in a friendly against the Brisbane Roar. It’s a first chance to see Liverpool in action post Gerrard and Sterling, with many keen to catch a glimpse of new signings Danny Ings, Joe Gomez, James Milner, Nathaniel Clyne, Adam Bogdan and Roberto Firmino.
A huge game at Eden Park where the Maori All Blacks take on the NZ Barbarians. When these two sides last met, back in 2010, the Maoris won a thriller 37-31. We could be in for another classic game of big hits, long range tries and skills!
The Boks got their 2015 campaign off to a solid start by beating the World XV at Newlands. The Rugby Championship is a huge step up in terms of pace and quality and they will be hoping that they can carry their form into the game at Suncorp Stadium.
We end off the weekend with another football pre-season friendly. It’s always tricky to know which team will be more up for it, but Bayern Munich look a solid bet when they take on Valencia in Beijing!
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