Steven Finn looks set to miss the first Test against India next week and with Stuart Broad a doubt, the time has come for Graham Onions to make a name for himself. Here are some reasons why he’s a good choice for England’s pace attack.
The retirement of Andrew Strauss was always going to open up a can of worms in terms of who would take his place opening the batting with Alastair Cook. Here is the case for current favourite Nick Compton.
Samit Patel has been one of the stand out performers for England in their warm up games for the first Test against India on November 15. Here is the case for his inclusion in the side.
The late cancellation of the New York Marathon has disappointed tens of thousands of would-be race-goers, but determined runners have already signed-up for a replacement race.
How much should we read into Murray’s recent form?
Naveenan Thanendra writes on the San Francisco Giants historic World Series win and asks if it is the first of two major sporting successes heading the city's way.
England are getting ready to tour India, a place they traditionally struggle when it comes to Test cricket. The batting line up was exposed last winter, here are the five players who need to step up for England to success.
Ross Bellamy writes on the passing of one of boxing's most legendary trainers.
“Even though he’s a moron I supported Tyson Fury,” David Haye says as he remembers watching the controversial new world heavyweight champion beat Wladimir Klitschko in a shock result that continues to reverberate.
The year 2013 was a good one for Jessica Ennis-Hill, the early favourite for this year’s BBC Sports Personality of the Year (Spoty) award.
The BBC has come under renewed pressure to remove the heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury from its Sports Personality of the Year shortlist after the newly-crowned world champion appeared unrepentant about a string of sexist comments, some directed at the Olympic and world champion heptathlete, Jessica Ennis-Hill.