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.
First the good news: England have at least three new contenders for places in the backline in next year's World Cup after Zak Hardaker, Josh Charnley and especially Kallum Watkins all excelled in this 14-try romp.
This has not been a good year for England cricket.
The boxing trainer Emanuel Steward, who has died at the age of 68 from complications following surgery for the stomach disorder of diverticulosis, was revered throughout the sport not only as probably its greatest teacher of the modern era, but also as a supreme communicator. Few have analysed fighters and described their strengths and weaknesses with such clarity and simplicity.
If Dillian Whyte fights like he talks then Anthony Joshua has been forewarned: there will be plenty of low-handed potshots scudding violently towards him on Saturday night.
The IBF has stripped Tyson Fury of his world heavyweight title on account of his failure to defend the belt against the mandatory challenger, Vyacheslav Glazkov, instead choosing a rematch with Wladimir Klitschko, whom the Briton beat on 28 November.