Mario Balotelli will break his Premier League duck for Liverpool against Crystal Palace on Sunday, according to Michael Owen.
If Arsenal did lure Petr Cech away, it could prove fatal to Chelsea's title prospects.
The England international has shone for Southampton this season.
Blackburn Rovers supporters take to social networking site Twitter to have their say on the 2-1 comeback victory over Leeds United at Ewood Park in the Championship on Saturday.
Controversy surrounds the Reds striker yet again...
Manchester United defender Chris Smalling bounced back from his horror show against City to over power Arsenal.
Labour has maintained a three-point lead over the Tories in the latest Opinium/Observer poll, which shows a minor improvement in Ed Miliband’s leadership ratings and widespread scepticism about Tory pledges to cut taxes after the next election.
The business secretary, Vince Cable, has torn into the Conservatives for promising £7bn of new tax cuts at a time of renewed uncertainty about the global economy, saying it was “total fantasy” to think they could be delivered without raising other taxes or making massive extra cuts to public services.
The once mighty and revered Foreign and Commonwealth Office is failing to offer acceptable levels of help to many Britons abroad and their families – including those alleging torture in prisons overseas – according to a highly critical report by MPs.
“You’re going to be the best dressed rebel in history.” If the first Hunger Games movie was a rerun of Battle Royale and the second was Rollerball, then this penultimate instalment is basically Broadcast News, or even Network – a spiky media satire about the making and marketing of a revolution that most definitely will be televised.