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John Dillon

John Dillon is a freelance sports journalist covering, among other things, boxing and football. His work has appeared in The London Evening Standard and USA Today.
England’s Euro 2020 Odds Boosted By Wembley Scheduling

England’s Euro 2020 Odds Boosted By Wembley Scheduling

The opportunity for England to potentially play five times at Wembley during Euro 2020 and give their hopes of glory a huge lift, writes John Dillon.

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The Champions League is the One Manchester City Really Want

The Champions League is the One Manchester City Really Want

For a man whose reputation was forged so emphatically by dazzling success in the Champions League, Pep Guardiola has been tormented by it for some time now.

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EPL Underdogs Are So Far Defying The Early Relegation Odds

EPL Underdogs Are So Far Defying The Early Relegation Odds

It’s early days in the Premier League but already its reputation for competitiveness has thrown up two headline-grabbing instances of underdogs defying the odds.

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Why Anthony Joshua vs Andy Ruiz II Offers So Much Intrigue

Why Anthony Joshua vs Andy Ruiz II Offers So Much Intrigue

Anthony Joshua vs Andy Ruiz Jr II is going to be fascinating, compelling and controversial on many, many levels, writes John Dillon.

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Liverpool Must Improve Their Top 6 Record To Aid Title Odds

Liverpool Must Improve Their Top 6 Record To Aid Title Odds

A better record against the Top Six is one identifiable advance for Liverpool in their quest to close the narrow gap on Man City.

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Wounded Liverpool’s Premier League Title Odds Remain Strong

Wounded Liverpool’s Premier League Title Odds Remain Strong

Oddsmakers are in no doubt that this coming Premier League season is a two-horse race, but can Liverpool close that tiny gap on Man City?

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Why Newcastle Must Hit The Ground Running Under Steve Bruce

Why Newcastle Must Hit The Ground Running Under Steve Bruce

The key is for Steve Bruce is to lift the mood at Newcastle very quickly. Otherwise, it could be a torrid winter on Tyneside.

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