Mark Lawrenson believes Liverpool will beat West Ham 2-0 today.
Magnus Carlsen’s bold decision to play in an open tournament, the first reigning world champion to do so since Boris Spassky in 1971, paid off handsomely this week at Qatar when the 25-year-old Norwegian won first prize unbeaten on 7/9 with one of his best performances. He tied with Yu Yangyi, then crushed his Chinese rival 2-0 in the speed tie-break.
Horse racing will have a new home on terrestrial television from next year, ITV having won the rights from Channel 4 in a new four-year deal to be announced imminently.
George Lucas, the creator of Star Wars, has apologised for using a “very inappropriate analogy” after he described Disney as “white slavers” when talking about its purchase of the film franchise from him.
Leicester City, Southampton and Bournemouth have been linked with Birmingham City’s Demarai Gray.
Mark Lawrenson believes Sunderland will beat Aston Villa 2-0 today.
Liverpool will face West Ham United in the Premier League later today.
Manchester City have been linked with Real Madrid’s Isco.
Liverpool face a busy period in three competitions in the first month of 2016.
Labour is considering withdrawing cooperation with the Conservatives in Westminster over a proposed 19% reduction in state money to opposition parties in parliament.
Here is how we predict Liverpool and Manchester United will line up next week:
Fighting back ?
Alex Iwobi explains how Santi Cazorla impresses him and his Arsenal teammates in training on a regular basis.
Harassment, intimidation, even bathroom breaks said to be denied.
Glenn Hoddle has criticised Tottenham midfielder Eric Dier.
Here is how we predict Arsenal and Swansea City will line up this weekend:
The Gunners star has been answering fan questions on Twitter.
West Bromwich Albion reportedly made a bold move for Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal target Bruma on transfer deadline day.
Leeds United striker Chris Wood has earned praise from New Zealand fans for his display in their 1-1 draw with USA yesterday.
The South Korea international has found his groove in his second season at Tottenham Hotspur.