Tonight, it's the big one. Balotelli's Italy vs Fabregas' Spain. Hanish Bhatt believes Italy have no chance...
David Cameron has rejected a call by the Labour party for an independent inquiry into Britain's banking industry after the £290m fine imposed on Barclays for manipulating interest rates.
Sir Mervyn King, the governor of the Bank of England, piled the pressure on the City on Friday when he said something had gone 'very wrong' with Britain's banks that needed to be put right.
Former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp is thought to be the surprise first choice of the French Football Federation to replace Laurent Blanc, who stepped down earlier today.
Steven McClaren has warned Newcastle United they will have to pay 'stupid money' to sign leading transfer target Luuk de Jong.
So the pre-tournament favourites are out. With Germany romping through the ‘group of death’, and easing their way past Greece, nobody was expecting such a one-sided contest against Italy.
The Manchester City striker does not do things by half.
Tottenham Hotspur's forgotten midfielder Giovani dos Santos is expected to complete a return to La Liga this weekend, with Sevilla and Atlético Madrid both keen on signing the Mexico international.
Cesare Prandelli has said that his Italy players do not fear Spain and that they will spend all their time before the final on Sunday looking at the weaknesses of the world and European champions.
St Mirren have become the seventh Scottish Premier League club to object to the newco Rangers entering the top flight next season, insisting sporting integrity must outweigh the financial consequences facing the club.