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To ensure your energy level are up, look out for some of the fantastic sporting action that is taking place within the next month.
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Women’s Football World Cup
With the beginning of June comes the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Hosts Canada kick-off proceedings with their match against China on Saturday 6th June, before the most prolific nations in the competition, Germany and the USA, try and make their mark on 7th and 8th June respectfully. Defending champions Japan begin the defence of their crown on 8th June against Switzerland, who are competing in their first World Cup. The final day for the first round of pool matches sees an exciting tussle between two European heavyweights; England, who beat eventual winners Japan in the pool stages four years ago, and France. This game will have some added spice as France knocked England out of the World Cup at the quarter-final stages in Germany. Since then, the teams have faced off four times, with England’s best result coming in 2012 with a 2-2 draw. The competition is set to be an exciting start to a great summer of sport. Click here for the full schedule.
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Tennis French Open - Roland-Garros
Tennis returns to the clay for the second Major tournament this year, with everyone hoping it will be as thrilling as the first back at the Australian Open in January. In that competition, Novak Djokovic ruled supreme again, however can we expect a different story at the French Open? This is the final title that Djokovic needs to complete his Career Grand Slam, but a destructive force has so far always stood in his way. Since his first entry in 2005, Rafael Nadal has dominated the French Open, with 2009 being the only stain on an otherwise perfect record. During these 10 years he has faced Djokovic 6 times and always ended up the victor. This year, however, could set itself up very differently as Nadal lost 5 matches before the end of March after an injury stricken end to 2014. Is this Djokovic’s chance to finally win the crown he craves? Or will Nadal perform the same heroics of 2012 and battle back from injury to win an unprecedented 10th crown?
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End of the Premier League season
Only two weekends remain in this Premier League season, and although Chelsea have already walked away with the title, there is still much more to play for. Arsenal and Manchester City have locked up Champions League football, but the race for the 4th spot as well as a Europa League place is still up for grabs. Manchester United are in the driving seat, but with a tricky home tie against Arsenal followed by a potential banana skin away from home on the final day of the season against Hull City, Liverpool still have a chance to make a move. Tottenham and Southampton also have a chance of sneaking into 5th place if Liverpool should slip up. However, it is at the bottom of the table where the fight is really on, with 9 teams still battling it out to make sure they avoid the drop. Twists and turns are almost guaranteed as this football season finally draws to a close.
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Some exciting upcoming events
With summer fast-approaching, the Club Football and Rugby seasons are soon coming to an end. Saturday 30th May is the Premiership Rugby Final at Twickenham, as the two best teams in England will battle it out to take home the trophy. As we head into June, The Champions League Final sees the heavyweights of European Football test each other to claim the title of best in Europe, and Formula One continues its season in Canada for the 7th leg of its round the world tour. In cricket, England will face New Zealand in 5 ODIs in what is England’s final warm-up before taking on Australia in The Ashes.
We are then treated to the first ever European Games; a multi-event competition that is sure to be a big success with Olympic qualification in many athletes’ sights, followed by the return of Royal Ascot; Britain's most valuable horse racing meet. We finish with cycling for the Women’s Tour of Britain and, after an exciting first year in 2014, this year’s race is set to be just as enjoyable.