Tottenham Hotspur have no fresh injury concerns, with the whole squad available for selection against Fiorentina.
Swansea City defender Neil Taylor has suggested it doesn't really matter how Manchester United setup this weekend, his team's approach should be the same.
When One Direction split up, expect wall-to-wall media coverage of tearful fans, career-montage clips and speculation about which of the individual band members will be most successful as a solo star.
Ed Miliband has demanded an apology from Tory cabinet minister Iain Duncan Smith for falsely claiming he avoided tax.
In 1980, Pac-Man introduced a classic game mechanic.
The official site of TV chef Jamie Oliver, which sees an average of 10m visits per month, has been compromised by hackers serving malicious files to visitors which could take control of their computers.
Real Sociedad are competing with English clubs for the signature of the Burnley striker.
David Cameron has hailed news that Britain’s employment rate is at the joint highest level since records began in 1971 as evidence that the economy is strengthening.
Celtic looks like the perfect destination for former Manchester United and current Blackburn Rovers forward Joshua King.
Leeds United youngster Lewis Walters has his eye on a first team debut.
Microsoft has reported its earnings for the final three months of 2014, and while net income is down 10% to $5.86bn, compared with the same period the previous year, Xbox One seems to be consolidating its position against Sony’s PlayStation 4 console. So where do both the machines stand right now?
Snapchat is aiming to become much more than a social media app by making content from the likes of Vice Media, Cosmopolitan magazine and CNN available to users.
Yahoo is spinning off its $40bn stake in Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba in order to avoid a multibillion-dollar US tax bill.