A quiet Monday gives us the chance to look ahead to this midweek's action in Europe and domestically as the 2021-22 season moves up a gear.
There's a big week ahead for three Scottish teams in Europe. An undercooked Celtic side under new boss Ange Postecoglu host Danes FC Midtjylland on Tuesday. The Hoops (1/1 to win) are embarking on an overhaul of their squad and it feels like this huge tie might be coming round a little too quickly.
That said, the Superliga runners-up (5/2) aren't in the best of shape themselves with a new manager of their own, missing key players from last season and losing their opening match of the season. Check out KevMac's preview.
The stand-out tie of this week's Champions League qualifying matches sees PSV Eindhoven host Galatasaray, whom they defeated en route to lifting the trophy in 1988.
Aberdeen and Hibs are in Europa Conference League action on Thursday night. The Dons host BK Häcken, who are currently 8th in the Swedish Allsvenskan whilst Hibs should have comfortable night at East Road against Andorran side Santa Coloma.
There's also the latest round of fixtures in the Premier Sports Cup spread over Tuesday and Wednesday night. Mark Walker is ahead of the game with his Cove Rangers v Inverness match preview but we'll have more on the site over the next 24 hours.
Also keep an eye out for the start of the men's football competition at the Olympics. There's live matches at 9.00am and 12.30 on Eurosport and BBC Red Button on Thursday as teh chase for a gold medal in Japan kicks-off.
Upcoming Match Previews & Tips
- Tue 7:45pm Cove Rangers v Inverness Match Preview & Tips
- Tue 7:45pm Celtic v FC Midtjylland Match Preview & Tips
Morikawa Wins & Caddy Profits Again
In the end it was Collin Morikawa who held his nerve to shoot a bogey-free final round at St George's to claim his second major title at the tender age of 24.
The American held off Jordan Spieth to finish two shots clear and cradled the Claret Jug as winner of the 149th Open Championship.
— The Open (@TheOpen) July 18, 2021
The Caddy's headline tip, Brooks Koepka, managed yet another Top 10 finish, tied sixth on -8 so well done if you backed him and collected at one of the many bookies offering extra places.
To add that Koepka also finished comfortably ahead of a frustrated Bryson DeChambeau to land another winning NAP for The Caddy. Well done!
Monday's Racing Tips
Rizzel heads to Cartmel's jump card for his three selections on Monday.
As always, let us know your tips and predictions for Monday in the comment section below and good luck with all your bets!