The gig to launch Lily Allen's third album, Sheezus – a breezy pop screed about modern-day pop manners, domestic love and internet trolling – takes place in west London, in a theatre two-thirds full of excited fans and one-third full of guest-listed friends and family. Home turf, in other words; a place where Allen is, perhaps, best revealed.
It used to be said that you can't be too rich or too thin.
Liverpool and Southampton are two teams interested in Clarets hot-shot Danny Ings, although consistent football may secure his services for another season.
A round up of news stories this morning about Chelsea.
Athletic Bilbao midfielder Ander Herrera has reiterated his desire to stay at the club amid speculation over a move to Manchester United.
Garry Monk is set to pen a two-year deal to be Swansea City manager having kept them in the Premier League
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce feels that Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho - rather than the players - cost the club the Premier League title this season.
One manager has released a no holds barred criticism of the Chelsea supremo's management style.
The Bosnian seems to always make the rumour sections of newspapers – but he is a key man for Manuel Pellegrini’s side.
Arsenal star Laurent Koscielny has been linked with a summer move to Spanish giants Real Madrid.
Manchester United ace Shinji Kagawa has voiced his discontent at his recent omission from the side.
How the mighty have fallen.
Arsenal signing Mesut Ozil can lead Germany to the finals, as can Manchester United and Holland's Robin van Persie. Could Italy and Switzerland seal their places tonight too?