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. In the second game of their day/night doubleheader at Minneapolis, three Blue Jays pitchers, Steve Delabar, Sergio Santos and J.Ed Chamberlin looks ahead to the Grand National, The Masters at Augusta and the return of the Barclays Premier League. There are two major puzzles to solve next week in two of the sporting years great occasions: The Masters and the Grand National.The two Im going to war with in the Aintree spectacular are Ucello Conti and Gallant Oscar. Im becoming something of a Gordon Elliott disciple but in Ucello Conti the case is obvious after two fine efforts in the top Irish handicap chases, most recently in the Thyestes where Jacques Ricou took the horse via Calais. Hes been laid out for the race, as has Gallant Oscar for another of Irelands shrewdest handlers, Tony Martin. Again Gallant Oscar has some top handicap form to his name, notably at both the Cheltenham and Punchestown Festivals last season. Hes been bought along very quietly this term with one race in mind and really caught the eye at Naas earlier this month.Finding the winner of the modern day Grand National is virtually impossible and youll here tips for every horse over the next ten days but lets hope Gallant Oscar and Ucello Conti give us a decent run for our money.After the battering they took at the Cheltenham Festival, the bookmakers will desperately want a result in the National and plenty of surprises over the three days. Sky Bet have bravely priced up 14 of the Aintree races and with Willie Mullins lining up plenty of his big guns - Douvan, Vautour, Black Hercules, Annie Power et al - they could be right up against it again.With Augusta course and distance form working out well year after year, the layers may struggle to get a result in The Masters too. Ill be having my annual each-way stab on Matt Kuchar at 66/1 with Sky Bet, who are paying on the first five places. The medias focus will firmly be on the big three - Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy - which could play in to the hands of Adam Scott and he looks a great bet at 11/1.What a buzz England created against Germany on Saturday night. What a reality check they got versus the Netherlands on Tuesday. The teams true ability probably lies somewhere between the Berlin brilliance and the Wembley wobble.One thing is for sure: youd have taken this situation at the start of this season going in to Euro 2016. Leicester have shown few signs of feeling the pressure so far. They have won seven of their last nine games and lost just one of the last 13 matches since late December. Ed Chamberlin on the Premier League Back then it was fashionable to bemoan the lack of English talent but now we seem to have a wealth of prodigious, young, attacking players. Kane, Vardy, Alli, Welbeck, Sturridge, Barkley and co. could cause quite a stir this summer. Despite the hype from Saturdays brilliant comeback against Germany, expectations should remain low but it would be great to think Roy Hodgsons team will givee it a real go in France.ddddddddddddhose young stars take centre stage this weekend as the Premier League returns and the thrilling title race resumes. The top two are both live on Sky Sports with Tottenham (11/4 to win the title) at Anfield on Saturday Night Football then Leicester (8/15) part of the Super Sunday double header. Spurs must seize the chance playing first this weekend and crank up the pressure on the leaders. Beating Liverpool would send out a major message.Leicester have shown few signs of feeling the pressure so far. They have won seven of their last nine games and lost just one of the last 13 matches since late December. They have been magnificent. Their team spirit remains formidable and their performances on the international stage will give another surge of self belief to Vardy, Drinkwater and Kanté. The big difference to earlier in the season is that theyve tightened things up. Gone are the 4-3s and 3-2s. Leicester have won last three games 1-0. They might not be playing with the same flamboyance but theyve been really difficult to beat, especially at the King Power which will be absolutely jumping again on Sunday. Leicester are unbeaten in a club record 11 Premier League home games and have had six clean sheets in the last seven home games.Southampton will have their work cut out but will also be buoyant after their extraordinary comeback win against Liverpool two weeks ago, which must have been inspired by the Saints mascot that day - Sam Chamberlin!Southamptons season in many ways sums up the craziness of the Premier League. The Saints started well then had a horrible run of one win, thumping Arsenal, in 10 games as they went out of both Cups and all of a sudden they were nervously looking over their shoulders only seven points clear of the drop zone. A few weeks later and Southampton are only four points off the Champions League places. Madness.Whatever happens now, theyve had another brilliant season against all the odds and the focus this summer must be keeping key players and even more importantly persuading Ronald Koeman, who has done the most remarkable job, to extend his contract beyond next summer.After the game at the King Power, it promises to be a special day at Old Trafford as they rename the South Stand after the great Sir Bobby Charlton. Charlton joined Manchester United as an apprentice in 1953 and made his debut for the club 60 years ago. He went on to play for the club 758 times, scoring a club record 249 goals.Another landmark could be the 1,000th Premier League goal scored by Manchester United at Old Trafford. Man Utd have scored 999 PL goals at Old Trafford so far and will become the first team to score 1000 home goals if they score on Sunday. Their first Premier League goal at Old Trafford was scored by Denis Irwin in a 1-1 draw against Ipswich in August 1992 and since then there have been 81 different scorers at the Theatre of Dreams I absolutely love this time of year with the Premier League run-in and spring upon us with top events left right and centre. England reaching Sundays World T20 Final just adds to the mix. ' ' '