Chelsea face Liverpool in the Wembley showpiece and the Blues are the 7/5 favourites.
The 17th Heineken Cup reaches the semi-final stage this weekend with two intriguing matches. Of the five pre-tournament favourites, only one remains in what has been a competition full of upsets and surprises.
Can Edinburgh become the first Scottish side to reach the Heineken Cup final? Can Ulster reach their first final since 1999? And can Leinster navigate a tricky tie in France to reach their third final in four years?
The FA Cup reaches the semi-final stage this weekend with two local derbies in prospect. Liverpool play Everton on Saturday and while the Reds may be the 6/4 favourites, Everton are the form team. I fancy David Moyes’ side to prevail at 15/8.
The battle to avoid the drop from the Premier League continues this weekend with a vital game at Molineux. Struggling Wolves welcome Bolton and after Wanderers’ win over Blackburn last weekend, there’s some value in the visitors at 19/10.
The battle for the Premier League title continues this weekend with Manchester City once again facing a tougher test than rivals Manchester United.
City travel to Stoke City in Saturday evening’s late kick-off and the home side are excellent value at 5/1 to put a dent in City’s title hopes. United host Fulham on Monday evening and are just 1/4 to win.
The battle for second place in the 2012 Six Nations takes place at Twickenham on Saturday. By the time England kick off against Ireland, Wales could have won the tournament and the Grand Slam, although the home side retain an outside chance of snatching the title.
Ireland have been in good form and have a great recent record against England and so this promises to be an excellent match.
So, Wales’ win over Italy last weekend has set up the prospect of a third Grand Slam in eight years when they take on France on Saturday.
Can Warren Gatland’s side overcome Les Bleus and gain revenge for their World Cup semi-final defeat? Or can France keep up their superb recent record at the Millennium Stadium and end the hosts’ Grand Slam hopes?
Late scores have cost Ireland three points already in the Six Nations and the World Cup quarter finalists would be top of the table had they finished off Wales and France.
Ireland welcome Scotland to the Aviva Stadium this weekend with the Scots still looking for their first win of this campaign. Can Ireland continue their good form? Or can Andy Robinson’s side repeat their upset of 2010?
After France’s draw with Ireland last weekend, Wales are the only remaining team with the Grand Slam in their sights. Their campaign continues this weekend with a home match against Italy which should set up a thrilling decider against Les Bleus at the Millennium Stadium on the 17th March.
Italy were put to the sword by Ireland in their last match, but can they record their first win in Cardiff this weekend?
Last Sunday saw excellent wins for both Liverpool and Arsenal. Liverpool picked up their first trophy under Kenny Dalglish by winning the Carling Cup after Arsenal had earlier rallied from 2-0 down to record a stunning 5-2 victory over Spurs.
The pair meet at Anfield in Saturday’s early kick-off and Arsene Wenger’s side are good value to win at 11/4. The home side can be backed at 21/20.
New France coach Phillipe Saint-Andre has got off to the perfect start so far with two Six Nations wins out of two. However, his team face their toughest challenge of the campaign so far as the World Cup finalists welcome Ireland in the match postponed from 18th February.
Declan Kidney’s side bounced back from their last-gasp home defeat to Wales with a 42-10 thumping of Italy, but can they secure their first win in France in over a decade?
The match of the Six Nations so far takes place this Saturday. England welcome Wales to Twickenham and the stakes couldn’t be higher. The winner gets to go on and challenge for a Grand Slam while the loser will have to lick their wounds and restore national pride in the next match.