There is a bit of everything available today. The AFC and NFC Conference Championships is show cased in the middle of the schedule and the debut of Grand Slam tennis is also notable, as the Australian Open begins.
We've doubled up on our EPL offerings Sunday morning. First, West Ham hosts Fulham. West Ham is a sizable favorite, so Fulham gets the draw as well. In our second catchup, we've put up a total goals offering for the Tottenham-Portsmouth battle.
At 2 p.m. ET, the Minnesota Golden Gophers travel to Evanston to take on the Northwestern Wildcats. Despite the Gophers' gaudy record, the Wildcats are currently 1-point favorites. Early Streakers don't seem to care -- they've swarmed to the Minnesota side by a 99-1 margin.
NFL Conference Championship -- Philadelphia Eagles at Arizona Cardinals
This is the second meeting of the season between two teams that weren't expected to make it this far. The first game was all Eagles, but it was at Philly and the Cardinals are a different team at home. If you're not able to decide on the game winner, there's also a player prop matching the two starting quarterbacks in a "more passing yards" competition. Streak HQ predicts a Cardinals victory in a close, high-scoring affair.
At 7 p.m., Aussie tennis begins with Dominik Hrbaty matching up against John Isner. John is nine inches taller than the Slovakian and has a powerful serve, but then Dominik has about a $4 million edge in career earnings. With evenly matched players, this may come down to a fifth set, and which player is in better condition. Catch this match and much more on ESPN2.
After three days of shaming the reputation of ESPN users everywhere, Streakers got back on track Saturday by winning over two thirds of their selections. The Wake Forest Demon Deacons led the way while becoming the only remaining undefeated team in major college basketball.