This weekend’s action is all about one horse. The mighty Frankel. He reappears at Newbury and it’s business as usual as he’s re-united with his regular bridesmaid/page boy from last season, Excelebration. Frankel is trading at 1.32/1.35 on Betdaq. Racing badly needs headlines and superstars so I sincerely hope Frankel wins again.

I was at Newbury on Friday as there’s a big word for Thomas Chippendale in the 10f handicap at 3.05pm.

What a finale that was on Super Sunday last weekend. A crazy end to a mad Premier League season. In the studio at Man City, Graeme Souness, Jamie Redknapp, Gary Neville and myself looked on in total disbelief. We had one eye on the pitch, one eye on the monitor showing Man Utd’s game and another on all the other scores as Champions League and relegation issues were settled. Those other games played a big part in what was an epic final day of the season.

Meanwhile, I was scribbling away and had planned my words for the final whistle fully expecting to be announcing that Manchester United had won their 20th title and handing over to the trophy presentation at the Stadium of Light. That plan went out of the window as Martin Tyler produced that superb piece of commentary for Aguero’s goal. The way Martin captured the key moment was vintage ‘Tyler’ but his silence during the goal celebration was pure genius. I’m sure the commentary will become an iconic Premier League moment for years to come.

It was an incredible thrill to have been there to witness the greatest finish to a Premier League season, and arguably the most dramatic ever to a domestic season and watch the joyous celebrations from the City fans who had waited 44 years for a League title. Getting out of the ground was not easy.

That was also some way to end my first full season presenting the Premier League on Sky Sports. How fortunate have I been to have been involved in the season voted the best ever? I’ve been lucky enough to present the 8-2 at Old Trafford, the 6-1 Manchester derby, Chelsea 3-3 Man Utd and Man Utd 4-4 Everton amongst other great games but Sunday’s drama tops the lot as my highlight of the season.

Punters on Betdaq clearly think the balance of power in Manchester has swung in City’s favour as they are trading at 2.27 to retain their title with Man Utd at 3.4. It’s only about 90 days until we can do it all again!

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