Pep has been spoon-fed success! Chelsea v Manchester City | A Tenner Says
Ahead of the Carabao Cup final, superfans NiNiiFC of Blues Lions TV and Steven Mcinerney of Esteemed Kompany go head-to-head about Pep Guardiola, Sarri, and who would win in a match between Mourinho's 04/05 Chelsea side and Pep's current squad. Who do you think comes on top in the debate?
Farrell will shrink - Dan Biggar is BETTER! Wales v England | A Tenner Says
The Six Nations is back this weekend as Wales take on England at the Principality Stadium and we're warming up for a titanic clash by bringing superfans John Beardmore and Ali Stokes together to debate the big issues around the crunch match.
Is Dan Biggar better than Owen Farrell? Is Warren Gatland more tactically astute than Eddie Jones? Check out the debate and comment below! Who are you backing to win?
Sexton and Ireland are busted flushes! Scotland v Ireland | A Tenner Says
Have Ireland and talisman Jonny Sexton been found out after England's stunning win in Dublin? Scotland fan John Anderson says so and is backing his side to pile on the misery for the Irish in Saturday's clash at Murrayfield. Who are you backing to win?
England face a rude awakening in Dublin! Ireland v England | A Tenner Says
Rugby fans Ali Stokes and Darren Cleary go head-to-head as Ireland prepare to host England in Dublin in the Six Nations. Who's your money going on?
Spurs aren't contenders - and NEVER will be! Chelsea v Spurs | A Tenner Says
Chelsea Fan TV's Rory Jennings and Spurs' Expressions trade barbs ahead of the sides' massive League Cup semi-final, with Jennings insisting the Blues will maintain their dominant trophy record of their north London rivals for years to come. Who do you think will have more success in the next five years?
Istanbul was a FLUKE - the Invincibles can never be beaten | Liverpool v Arsenal | A Tenner Says
Liverpool and Arsenal superfans Grizz Khan and Cheeky Sport Joel face-off ahead of the Christmas clash at Anfield, and get into a rather heated debate about what was the bigger achievement - the miracle of Istanbul or the Invincibles' undefeated season. What do you think? Does unfancied Liverpool's incredible comeback in 2005 go down as the greatest? Or does it even come close to Arsene Wenger's unbeaten 2003/04 Invincibles?
Liverpool have ALWAYS been bigger than United! | Liverpool v Man Utd | A Tenner Says
Liverpool and United superfans Grizz Khan and Rants N Bants face-off ahead of the big clash at Anfield and get into a, shall we say, heated discussion about who's the bigger club, not only now, but in history. What do you think? Do Liverpool with their five European Cups shade it? Or do United have the edge due to their Premier League title record?
Fergie's treble winners? This City team are BETTER! | City v United | A Tenner Says
Full-Time Devils' Adam McKola and Blue Moon Rising's Alex Hylton sat down ahead of the upcoming Manchester Derby to discuss the merits of this current City team versus United's '99 Treble winners. Who do you think would win a game between the two teams?
United won't win a title for FIVE YEARS! A Tenner Says | Wise v Brown | Chelsea v United
Dennis Wise and Wes Brown went head-to-head in the build-up to this weekend's big clash between Chelsea and Man United by asking which of the two could now be considered the bigger club. The club legends sat down together for the second episode of our A Tenner Says series. as we asked them to back their instincts and put their money where their mouths are.
Wise reckoned United might struggle to attract players if they continue their league title drought as he backed Chelsea to win more and earn more top four spots in the next five years, while Brown insisted United's heritage would always give them the edge. Check out the full debate and comment below - who do you think is now the bigger club?
A Tenner Says | Spurs v Liverpool | Sherwood v McAteer
Spurs and Liverpool clash at Wembley on Saturday but the battle has already started off the pitch, thanks to 888sport. The online bookmaker brought together club legends Tim Sherwood and Jason McAteer to debate the respective merits of their former sides in the launch episode of its new online content series, A Tenner Says.
Urging Sherwood and McAteer to back their instincts, the debate carried the theme of 888sport’s new Take ‘Em On TV campaign, which embodies the spirit of punters who defy the naysayers to always stay faithful to their gut. In the friendly yet passionate debate, the pair put their tenners on the table as they discussed, among other things, Kane v Salah, Poch v Klopp, transfer business, trophy chances and more.