We already know that this weekend sees a huge match at Anfield in the Premier League as Liverpool take on Chelsea in what should be a cracker of a match and which will see plenty of cash wagered on the outcome.

However, it is not the only big sports event taking place this weekend and in an attempt to cover them all, I have brought you a veritable smorgasbord of top previews and betting tips from a wide variety of sports events taking place over the next few days.

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So what are the big events to look forward to this weekend? Let’s get cracking with one of the most eagerly anticipated boxing matches of the summer, featuring a former YouTube star.

Boxing – Jake Paul v Tyron Woodley

In the early hours of Monday morning, UK Time, former YouTuber and now professional boxer Jake Paul will put his fledgling unbeaten record on the line against a former UFC MMA Champion in the shape of Tyron Woodley in a fight that has certainly caught the attention of the next generation of millennials.

Paul’s popularity with that demographic in particular means that there is going to be huge interest in this event from those beyond boxing.

Paul only had one amateur bout, beating fellow YouTuber Deji Olatunji. His first professional fight was against another YouTube star in Ali Enson Gib, with Paul winning easily in the first round. Paul’s second pro bout was against former basketball superstar Nate Robinson, with Paul knocking the Basketball out in Round 2.

He then faced Ben Askren, a former UFC fighter, in his third bout and knocked out the seemingly ill-prepared Askren in the first round.

After becoming embroiled in his brothers bout against Floyd Mayweather, Paul’s next challenge is to face former UFC Champion Tyron Woodley, although it should be noted that Woodley has lost all of his last four MMA fights and hasn’t won a fight since 2018.

Paul is the 4/9 favourite here with bet365, with Woodley the 13/8 outside.

Our Tip – Woodley is giving away too much weight and height here against the much taller, rangier Paul and as such, I think that means Paul will take the win.

Golf – The BMW Championship (USPGA End Of Season FedEx Cup)

The second of three end of season tournaments to decide who pockets the $15 million on offer for becoming the FedEx Cup Winner. The field is now down to just 70 players after Tony Finau’s win at the Northern Trust on Monday.

The BMW Championship starts Thursday at the Caves Valley Golf Club in Maryland but one of the 70 qualifiers won’t be able to play, Patrick Reed, who was hospitalized over the weekend.

With only the top 30 in the FedEx Cup rankings set to move on to the Tour Championship next weekend, this event is not just about deciding who starts that event at the top of the leaderboard, but which players will actually make it into this elite and final PGA Tour event of the season.

Jon Rahm is the 13/2 favourite with bet365 to win the BMW and he is quite some way ahead of the likes of Bryson DeChambeau, Xander Schauffele, Collin Morikawa and Justin Thomas.

Tony Finau leads the way in the FedEx Cup standings, but players down as low as 16th in the rankings could jump to the top of the rankings with a win.

Our Tip – This is a tough one to predict, but weather should be less a factor in Maryland than it was in New Jersey last week and as such, I think the top stars will show their class. Watch out for Brooks Koepka here as he is a 25/1 shot and I think is due a very good week.

Formula 1 – Belgium Grand Prix

The Belgian Grand Prix is always one of the most welcome of the season. Not only does it herald the second half of the season getting underway after the short summer break, but Spa Francorchamps is one of the most popular courses on the F1 calendar.

Add to that the unpredictability of the Belgian weather at this time of the year, plus we have a real fight on between two top drivers for the Championship, and there is a huge amount to look forward to this weekend.

The rivalry between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton will only continue to grow after the clash they had a few weeks ago and it promises to be a hugely exciting second half of the season as the two of the most talented drivers in F1 go head to head for the title.

To that end, it is going to be interesting to see what improvements, if any, their teams, Mercedes and Red Bull have been able to make to their car during the summer break. An edge here could tip the scales in favour of the team able to make those improvements.

Our Tip – Verstappen and Hamilton cannot be split by the bookmakers with them both being 11/10 with bet365 for this race. It is a coin toss but I think Hamilton had the momentum coming into this race and I feel he may just have the edge here.

Formula 1 racing betting doesn’t stop with the Belgium Grand Prix. The Bahrain Grand Prix is a popular race in March. Go here for a preview.

Cricket – England V India – Third Test

India lead the test series with England 1-0 after victory in the second test, however afterNew Jersey poker player one day of action, England have scuttled India out for just 78, while hitting 133 without the loss of a wicket in reply as they seek to level the series.

The poor batting display has shocked many who felt India were incapable of being so poor, but with Jimmy Anderson inspired, England have given themselves a great chance of levelling the series, and they could even do so with an innings victory, which would be something to shout about against the best test team in the world.

Much will depend on how England can perform on the second day. If they can reach 400 and set India a total of around 300-350, they may well declare and put India in to bat again at the end of the day, when conditions are more favourable for the bowlers.

There’s plenty of great betting to enjoy across the weekend on the test match, including lots of great In Play betting with bet365.

Tip – England are in a great position. If they can hit a total of over 350-400 by the end of play on the second day, they should be almost certain to land the win. They are 1/14 to win as it stands, but I’d probably look for better odds in some of the In Play betting markets to be honest.

With so much great sporting action to enjoy over the coming days, you are spoilt for choice on what to bet on!