If your New Year's resolution involves getting (or staying) in shape, this month's top 10 is sure to help keep you on track.
Southampton and Crystal Palace will face each other at St. Mary’s Stadium in the FA Cup on Saturday.
Former Wolves striker Don Goodman says the club should consider their options regarding Benik Afobe.
For the average hedge fund, 2015 was nothing to brag about, and even may have proved humiliating.
It’s been confirmed: Peyton Manning will start for the Broncos in their divisional playoff game on 17 January.
Jeremy Corbyn’s reshuffle appointing a record number of female shadow cabinet ministers has been criticised by Labour MP Jess Phillips as a “bit of a pat on the head” for women in the party.
Consensus is growing among pro- and anti-EU campaigners that the referendum on Britain’s membership of the bloc will not be held until September, amid signs that a deal on David Cameron’s reform proposals will be delayed until March.
Romelu Lukaku has been in good form for Everton so far this season.
Celtic want to keep Tom Rogic.
The Tottenham Hotspur defender could not help his side to a much-needed victory.
Aston Villa have won just once in the Championship so far this season.
The Tottenham Hotspur player is absolutely superb.
Tottenham Hotspur have begun their campaign in impressive fashion, despite Holland international Vincent Janssen struggling to establish himself as yet.
Liverpool and Arsenal’s South American stars are among the best players in the Premier League.
Tottenham Hotspur have more than one brilliant young midfielder on their books.
Reading, Ipswich and Bristol City lead the way, whilst Fulham, Aston Villa and Wolves have played the fewest.
Alex Iwobi has impressed for Arsenal since making his league debut for the Gunners in October 2015.
Allen left Liverpool to join Stoke City this summer, while Wijnaldum left Newcastle United to move to Anfield.
Philippe Coutinho has been superb for Liverpool since his move to Anfield in January 2013, and is now a reported target for Paris Saint-Germain.