STAR EVENT: Liverpool v Everton and Man U v ArsenalPremier LeagueTIME: 1.30pm and 4pm TV: SKYWe just had to add another giraffe to the Star Sports site today.Regular viewers and readers will be used to the odd giraffe, monkey, rabbit and even occasional pigeon popping up as we continue to get the message over that we are a very DIFFERENT bookmaker.Yesterday, we were in unchartered waters. This column was bidding for a FIFTH win in a row and all was looking good with the Swindon tip after 93 minutes…. Swindon 1 Brentford 0.An 11/8 winner would have been quite acceptable for the 5th on the spin…. your pundit was within seconds of getting a call from Ben Keith reprimanding us for being TOO successful and the column may well have been withdrawn for, as they still say on the trains, ‘operational issues’.But then something stupid happened.And we’re not talking Something Stupid in a warm and cuddly Frank and Nancy Sinatra kind of way (copied below for Sunday calming purposes).We are talking something stupid in a “…..and then I go and spoil it all by giving a penallty away in time afer injury time.” way.I’ve got to be very careful with language here but Massimo Luongo what on earth were you thinking of….. He may well have put Swindon ahead but countered that (and more) with stupidly giving away a penalty in the last few seconds, which of course was duly converted.It’s a cruel and stupid game at times.Not a bad day of sport today is it ? There are as many ‘Super Sundays’ on Sky as El Clasico’s these days but with Liverpool v Everton and Man U v Chelsea today they have a point.And I think they’ll all have a point too. I can quite easily see both games drawn but we just need one draw to secure a profit.Add to that the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket (check our VIDEO PREVIEW) and who can forget last year with Homecoming Queen making a mockery of the form book and scooting home by nine lengths at 25/1.Talking of big prices – full props to colleague David Haddrell who alerted you in his 2000 Guineas preview yesterday to the EW chances of Van Der Neer – a very creditable third at 20/1.And I quote……“The front two in the betting are clearly deserved first and second favourites, but they are both a bit too short for me and whilst it’ll be hard to turn them both over, I think the value in this race is definitely Van Der Neer EW but there are a few other possible angles into making a few bob in this race.”The World Snooker Championship Final also gets underway today with Ronnie O’Sullivan taking on Barry Hawkins in what should be as one-sided as the odds suggest but with Ronnie, you never quite know.I’m not sure sure whether his decision to pop in and ‘collect some prize money’ after a year out of the game says more about his immense natural talent or the quality of opposition.O’Sullivan, has made no secret that he’s in Sheffield for the wonga. He has three children, pays maintenance and school fees and estimates he has spent £250,000 on lawyers in the last three years.….. and finally, Britain is preparing for a scorching Bank Holiday Monday as temperatures continue to increase across the country.England and Wales is set to be swathed in more sunshine today but tomorrow could be the hottest day of the year so far.Weather experts have predicted highs of at least 23C, which is likely to beat temperatures in sunny European destinations including France and Italy.Bank Holiday = Good weather. Now that really is something stupid.STAR FORECAST(stake between 0.5 and 10 points)2 points DRAW Liverpool v Everton2 points DRAW Man U v Arsenal(-5 points Saturday)Agree OR disagree? Call Star Sports on 08000 521 321 to place your bet.