ANDY MURRAY is slight favourite to reach his third Wimbledon final at the expense of seven-times champ Roger Federer today.
The Scot is 5-6 at BetVictor and Paddy Power while the Swiss is 11-10 at Boylesports in a semi-final clash that’s tough to call.
Neither player has met a top-class opponent yet on their route to the last four and their head-to-head record is tight, 12-11 in favour of Federer who has won the last three meetings.
Their last showdowns on grass came in summer 2012 when Fed pipped Murray to the Wimbledon title and the Scot got his revenge with Olympic gold.
My heart hopes Murray but my head says Fed.
In the other semi-final defending champ Novak Djokovic is expected to sweep aside Richard Gasquet. The world No.1 is just 1-12 at Sportingbet against the Frenchman (19-2, 888sport) while a straight-sets win pays 4-6 at Sportingbet and Djokovic to win in four is 3-1 at bet365.
Garbine Muguruza helped bring up my over 2.5 sets bet yesterday with a 2-1 win over Agniezsa Radwanska to reach her first Grand Slam final, where she faces Serena Williams on Sunday.
In the Ashes first Test England have the slight upper hand after posting a first-innings total of 430 and restricting the Aussies to 264-5.
There’s more Super League action and stage seven of the Tour de France also on the go today so post your tips here and good luck with your bets.