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Pub picks: Natalie Coleshill, licensee of the Milford Arms in West London, discusses her sporting picks for the year ahead

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What sport can pubs look forward to in 2019?

By MA Editorial

Natalie Coleshill of The Milford Arms in Hounslow, west London, previews what live sport pubs can look forward to in 2019.

Pub preview: with the Six Nations just around the corner, we look ahead to this year's tournament with some of Britain and Ireland best sport pubs

The joy of Six

By Stuart Stone

It’s the envy of the southern hemisphere in sporting terms – the Six Nations rugby union tournament is here – and should help you sell plenty of beer and food, along with creating a cracking atmosphere

Standing room only: many sports fans will be standing so food that is easy to eat is a must

How are sports fans' eating habits changing?

By Stuart Stone

Sports fans have long congregated in pubs to capture the atmosphere during big TV clashes, and they have long needed feeding while they were there. But time never stands still, so how has sports pub food changed in recent years?

Bumper year: which sports will be 2019's big hitters? (Image: Getty)

Which sports will boost pub profits in 2019?

By Stuart Stone

With pubs facing an uphill struggle in matching sales figures from the 2018 Russia World Cup, The Morning Advertiser asks which emerging sports will help make up the numbers in 2019.

Out with a bang: pubs in the north of England lost thousands of pounds after grouse shoots were cancelled

Pubs lose out amid grouse shoot cancellations

By Emily Hawkins

Cancelled grouse shoots have caused problems for some rural pubs, with sites in Cumbria and Northumberland reporting tens of thousands of pounds in lost income.

Stellar performance: Sky Sports' Jeff Stelling gives his top festive picks

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Feast upon Jeff Stelling’s top festive fixtures

By Nicholas Robinson

With the festive season almost upon us, we managed to catch up with Sky Sports presenter Jeff Stelling and share a mince pie or two while he gave us his pick of the 40-plus festive football matches, including action from the Carabao Cup quarter finals,...

Pay per view: BT Sport has announced the price of screening the bout for pubs and clubs

BT Sport announces price for Wilder v Fury

By Stuart Stone

BT Sport has announced that pubs and clubs will be able to purchase Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder's clash for the WBC World Heavyweight title on 1 December for £150 through BT Sport Box Office.