Tony Calvin recommends two bets for Saturday afternoon's horse racing including Via Serendipity at Sandown...
Tony says: "Via Serendipity (Sandown, 14:15) has run well on all four of his starts at this track, including when winning this race when trained by Stuart Williams in 2018, and he rates a decent each-way bet at 10/1 with the Betfair Sportsbook.
"He is usually held up, but he has made all and has raced prominently when winning in the past, so 5lb claimer Harry Davies does have options if the horse bounces out promptly from trap eight of 10."
Back Via Serendipity each-way with Betfair Sportsbook 14:15 Sandown @ 11.010/1
Kevin Blake explains why he's backing one to bounce back in a valuable race at Chester...
Kevin says: "At Chester, the Extra Places Every Day At Betway Handicap (15:20) is a very valuable contest and it might well go the way of the Daniel and Claire Kubler-trained Outgate.
"The son of Outstrip gained a valuable win over this course and distance on his penultimate start, handling the track beautifully from his low draw and ultimately winning with authority.
"Things didn't go as smoothly for him in a valuable handicap at Haydock last time, as he was interfered with at the start and had to race much further back in the field than ideal. It is to his credit that he ran on well enough to secure a modest third. Now that he is back at Chester and has once again pulled a good draw, he could well get back on the up."
Back Outgate each-way 15:20 Chester @ 8.07/1
England v Italy, 19:45
It's a rerun of last summer's Euro 2020 final as England take on Italy at Molineux, this time in the Nations League...
Paul Higham says: "Considering their record against England and recent away form, Italy are an eye-popping 5.04/1 for victory at Molineux - where they'll be no home fans due to a stadium ban for the shocking behaviour of fans at Wembley for the Euro 2020 final.
"England are 1.758/11 as Southgate looks to avoid going three games without a win for the first time since 2018. The draw is 3.412/5 and well within Italy's grasp if they go in full-on defensive mode.
"Italy have suffered a major hangover from the Euros though, winning just four of 12 games, including just two of the last seven, while England have gone 15 games at home without defeat in 90 minutes - and will face an Italian side that's a shadow of the victorious one from almost a year ago.
"While the dead atmosphere of an essentially behind-closed-doors game could lower the chance for goals, there's plenty of motivation for England at least, and Italy have conceded in their last five games and kept one clean sheet in nine."
Back England and both teams to score @ 4.3310/3
Wales v Belgium, 19:45
Wales have suffered narrow defeats in their two Nations League games so far but Dave Tindall thinks they can earn a point against Belgium...
Dave says: "The Welsh obviously have some very well-known history against the Belgians having stunned them 3-1 in the quarter-finals of Euro 2016. That Hal Robson-Kanu turn and finish to make it 2-1 will forever be a thing of wonder.
"Since then they've met twice in World Cup qualifying. Belgium won 3-1 at home after Harry Wilson had put Wales in front but the return match - and the most recent meeting - in November 2021 resulted in a 1-1 draw.
"De Bruyne put Belgium ahead early but Kieffer Moore scored a vital equaliser, the point meaning Wales had home advantage through the playoffs and we saw how that panned out with those memorable victories over Austria and Ukraine.
"While Belgium had already qualified, it was still a battling performance from Wales and I think, in front a Cardiff crowd still in celebratory mood, they can pull off a repeat."
Back the draw @ 3.814/5
Ireland v Scotland, 19:45
It's top v bottom in their Nations League group as Scotland aim for another win while Ireland seek to get off the mark.
Frank Monkhouse says: "Ireland may have lost their first two Nations League games, but we shouldn't over-react and immediately back the Scots. Both Ireland games ended 1-0 with the goals scored in the second half. The hosts will be desperate to bounce back, and you can back Ireland on the Betfair Exchange at 2.9215/8.
"Can Scotland make it two wins on the bounce? Another three points should keep them in pole position while building momentum before their final match of the summer against Armenia on Tuesday. A Scotland win is 2.962/1 but we're backing a draw at 3.185/40 which would have been a winning bet when these two last met.
"Checking out the stats we see at least one team has failed to score in three of the last four Ireland and Scotland games. ROI failed to score in their two Nations League games while Scotland won to nil against Armenia. No both teams to score is 1.794/5 with under 2.5 goals at 1.564/7 sure to be more popular that over 2.5 goals at 2.6213/8."
Back the draw @ 3.185/40
Trevor Bryan v Daniel Dubois, 23:30
Our boxing specialist believes Triple D will return to the US with a stunning KO win on Saturday night...
Frank Monkhouse says: "All the talk pre-fight has focused on Dubois and what a great chance this is for his career, but opponent Bryan shouldn't be overlooked. The American is the current WBA champion, is making the third defence of his title and is more experienced than the challenger.
"The 32-year-old from New York has a proud unbeaten record detailing 22 wins from as many contests with no fewer than 15 stoppages, resulting in a 69% KO average. He will have the backing of the support and knows victory would drive him up the world rankings.
"Bryan is currently the seventh-best heavyweight in the United States and 38th in the world. Another victory is priced at 8.515/2 with a KO/TKO 1211/1, and the points win 1817/1, although few expect this to be settled on the scorecards."
Back Dubois in rounds 5-8 @ 4.57/2