To be played on Sunday 24th May 2015 at 15:00. Venue: King Power Stadium, Leicester
Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat says he finds the words of Sir Bobby Robson applicable right now.
A look at how Leeds United fans reacted to news the club is tracking former player Jermaine Beckford.
Tracking data shows Mauricio Pochettino’s style has had a huge effect on how hard Tottenham Hotspur players have worked this season.
Perhaps the remainder of this BMW PGA Championship field took umbrage at the suggestion of a diminished tournament after the premature exit of Rory McIlroy. It certainly appeared that way during the third round, when the blue-chip event of the European Tour season burst firmly into life.
Formula One is in danger of dying unless it respects its traditional circuits by keeping them on the calendar. That was the stark warning from the former world champion Damon Hill as he arrived at Monaco for the most glamorous, most celebrated race of all.
Andy Murray begins his eighth French Open with what should be an uncomplicated workout against the Argentinian lucky loser Facundo Argüello on Monday. However, he may be mildly distracted by the growing suspicion this could be his last major campaign with his coach, Amélie Mauresmo.
Former deputy prime minister John Prescott is backing Andy Burnham as Labour leader. Announcing his support, Prescott says he sees the skills and qualities of a young Tony Blair in the shadow health secretary.
Skulking at the back of a packed room of politicians and journalists on Wednesday evening, an unkempt Stewart Wood, the Labour peer described as Ed Miliband’s éminence grise in the days when he needed one, was furiously making notes as a man in a T-shirt called for a clampdown on predatory corporate giants and the championing of the living wage.
Christian Bittar, the former Deutsche Bank trader caught-up in benchmark rigging probes, has sued the U.K. Financial Conduct Authority weeks after his former employer reached a $352m settlement over Libor.
After decades of swallowing up their smaller competitors, pressure is on for warehouse financial institutions to start divesting their businesses.
The Department of Justice will announce a currency manipulation settlement with some major international banks as early as Wednesday, with certain bank holding companies expected to plead guilty to rigging foreign exchange markets.