Craig Bellamy helped push his Cardiff promotion dream closer to reality with one of the goals that extended their advantage at the top of the Championship to four points.
It may still be the case that the third Test in Kolkata is marked by some defining contribution – a second-innings dash, a short-leg masterclass – from England's middle-order craftsman Ian Bell, a player who reached a plateau of gorgeously well-grooved cricketing maturity 18 months ago, only to suffer an unexpected and continuing regression.
Mo Farah is strolling around the lush grounds of a Middlesex hotel.
The Conservative party privately sent letters to Tory donors and wealthy homeowners promising to defeat Liberal Democrat plans for a mansion tax at the same time as their coalition partners thought they were negotiating on a version of the proposal ahead of the autumn statement, it emerged on Friday.
One Direction are currently the most popular boyband in the world, apparently.
Those of us who believe Bill Murray to be God are quite sincere in our belief. We're not just saying it to be nice. What otherwise are we to make of his majestic inaccessibility, his lack of an agent or a publicist or even a telephone number?
It's a cult movie formula to die for: Pulp Fiction meets the Coens meets Adaptation, with postmodern high-jinks, wacky crime thrills and lashings of irreverent comedy.
Where does the fault lie at Arsenal for their current woes?
Spurs head to Goodison on the back of three wins in a row, whilst Everton were unlucky to only draw at Manchester City in their last game. Who will triumph in this battle in the race for fourth?
Arsenal forward Lukas Podolski will miss the Gunners’ clash with West Brom on Saturday due to a hamstring injury.