Allegri is not underestimating Parma

Massimiliano AllegriMassimiliano Allegri said that Juventus won’t let Parma’s current bad form in the league get in the way of their focus before their Coppa Italia meeting on Wednesday. Online bookmakers know about the importance of this match, and hope to see the team completely concentrated.

Allegri is not ready to take Parma lightly before the quarter-final of the Coppa Italia played on Wednesday by Juve.

Parma are going through a terrible season, as they were only able to record three victories out of 20 games, which sent the team to the bottom. However, the cup saw them a bit relieved.

In the last round, Parma beat Cagliari, but now they have a much more difficult task ahead in the last eight, with Juventus – who are leading the Serie A -going to the Stadio Ennio Tardini to take on Roberto Donadoni’s side.

However, Juve’s manager is not ready to take a win against Parma for granted – and the team’s fans seriously hope that he doesn’t – as he said that his side must seriously concentrate if they’re looking to win the cup after 20 years.

Billi Godoy gets ready to square off with Ryder

Billi Godoy-BoxingOn Saturday night, Billi Godoy is ready to use his knowledge attained after taking out an ex-world champion when he goes head-to-head with John Ryder, in a fight that live betting services believe should be something to remember.

Godoy will stand in front of Ryder in his bid to try and clinch a major shot for a world title, and both middleweights are getting ready to meet this weekend at the O2 Arena in London.

Among the 28-year-old’s 31 beaten opponents are Carlos Baldomir – former champion at welterweight and an opponent to Floyd Mayweather, and then Jorge Sebastian Heiland – who put a stop to Matthew Macklin – is also included in the fighter’s record.

The Argentinian fighter was defeated on three occasions since his win over Baldomir in 2012, but sees this upcoming fight as a way to get back on top.

“I am in good shape for this fight because I’ve had some good wins,” said the fighter. “I had a high ranking when I beat Carlos Baldomir and Heiland. I have belief that if I win on Saturday I’ll be up there in the rankings again.

Kell Brook to face Jo Jo Dan and defend his IBF welterweight title

Kell Brook to face Jo Jo DanKell Brook is set to defend his IBF welterweight title when he faces Jo Jo Dan in his first defence against the fighter, in a clash that online bookmakers believe should be very intense.

Brook was able to clinch the belt after beating Shawn Porter on points in August, and the fighter will return to the ring at home in Sheffield, when he faces the Romanian fighter in a mandatory battle on the 28th of March in a showdown that gets underway at the Motorpoint Arena.

The 28-year-old’s career was doubtful after he had a very serious injury to the leg when he was a victim of a machete attack, but he was quickly able to recover and will look to face his division’s most important fighters.

For 2015, a domestic clash against Amir Khan is right at the top of his list, while Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather are also holding titles in this class, and online bookmakers would certainly not mind seeing Brook face the biggest names in the sport.

“It will be emotional, after winning the world title last year but then a few weeks later having an horrific knife attack,” said Brook.