Roundup of the latest UEFA Qualifying action for 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup which featured ruthless performances and some history-making moments.
Everton welcome Liverpool to Goodison Park in the first Merseyside derby of 2021-22 season as Rafael Benitez’s Toffees take on his former team in a blockbuster clash.
Aston Villa welcome Manchester City to Villa Park in an intriguing clash, which could see Jack Grealish face his former team for the first time following his blockbuster switch to City this summer.
Wolves look to continue their chase for a top six finish as they welcome Burnley to Molineux in a midweek Premier League clash.
West Ham welcome Brighton & Hove Albion to London Stadium in a huge midweek clash in the race for Europe.
As the 2021 Formula One season begins to draw to a conclusion, all ten teams now kick-off the final double-header of the season in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, for the inaugural Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.
Relegation battling Watford welcome title chasing Chelsea to Vicarage Road in a huge Premier League clash.
Southampton look to bounce back from a crushing defeat at the weekend as Ralph Hasenhuttl’s Saints welcome Leicester City to St Mary’s Stadium.
Fulham continue to sit atop of the Sky Bet Championship following the latest round of action as the battle for the privilege of sitting top at Xmas throw up more twists.
Lionel Messi has been voted as the world’s best footballer of 2021 as he secured his seventh Ballon d’Or honour.
Leeds United welcome Crystal Palace to Elland Road as Marcelo Bielsa’s Whites look to continue their push for Premier League survival.
Manchester United have appointed Ralf Rangnick as interim manager until the end of 2021-22 season.
Newcastle United welcome Norwich City to St James’ Park in an early relegation six-pointer showdown as the first midweek round of 2021-22 Premier League season gets underway.
Chelsea continue to sit atop of the Premier League following a hectic weekend as all 20 teams battled against Storm Arwen, with just one match ultimately falling foul of the difficult weather conditions.
Williams F1 founder, Sir Frank Williams has died at the age of 79.