The final weekend of regular season action is upon us, and there are a staggering 18 teams vying for a place in the playoffs
Having set a brilliant platform yesterday England self destructed with the bat and were bowled out for just 179 leaving Australia clear sight of victory.
Is Piers Morgan a marvel of motivational tooling ... or just a tool? You decide.
After a disastrous start to the day and being bowled out cheaply, England bowlers fought back valiantly to put them firmly on top at the MCG.
England's Kevin Pietersen remained unbeaten at the end of a record breaking day in Melbourne against another formidable Australian bowling display.
Sunday's televised double-header saw the New Orleans Saints lose ground in the NFC South to the Carolina Panthers. That was followed by the New England Patriots brushing aside the Baltimore Ravens.
With no Thursday night football to indulge in this week, NFL fans will be eager to get their fix of the latest drama when it all unfolds on Sunday night.
Sunday's NFL schedule features two critical clashes between teams vying to make the playoffs.
Richard Moore asks is the fading Dallas Cowboys can lift themselves against the woeful Redskins defense.
In the aftermath of his controversial ninth round victory over previously unbeaten George Groves, Carl Froch is left with an array of options, but does he need to go back or move forwards?
From his palatial suite on the 60th floor of the Mandalay Bay, Amir Khan can see his own face half a mile away, blown up to Hollywood proportions at the other great boxing casino in this town, the MGM Grand. He likes the view. Who wouldn’t?
Mark Selby, whose only success this season had been to win the minor Gdynia Open event in Poland, won a second trophy here evening – the Betfred World Championship 2016.
Lewis Hamilton has criticised what he considers are unduly harsh decisions by Formula One race stewards.