With 2021 now arrived, attention switches towards the new Formula One season so we take a look at five burning questions set to be answered in coming months.
Leicester City have announced that Jonny Evans has signed a contract extension keeping him at the King Power Stadium until June 2023.
Seven-time F1 world champion, Lewis Hamilton has been knighted amongst several sporting names in the Queen’s New Year Honours list.
Having reflected on five top drivers across Formula One & Two, it is time to reflect on top five drivers from a brilliant 2020 Formula Three season.
Newcastle United bring 2020 action from the Premier League to a close as they welcome league leaders, Liverpool to St James’ Park.
Manchester United welcome Wolves to Old Trafford in a huge Tuesday Night Football clash.
West Bromwich Albion welcome Leeds United to The Hawthorns in a tasty clash between two promoted teams.
Everton welcome Manchester United to Goodison Park in a huge tie to conclude the Quarter-Final stage of 2020-21 Carabao Cup.
Arsenal welcome Manchester City to the Emirates Stadium in the second Quarter-Final of 2020-21 Carabao Cup.
Chelsea welcome West Ham to Stamford Bridge in the first of two festive local derbies for Frank Lampard’s Blues this season in this week’s concluding Monday Night Football double-bill.
West Bromwich Albion welcome Aston Villa to The Hawthorns in a blockbuster West-Midlands derby to conclude Super Sunday as Sam Allardyce takes charge of the Baggies for the first time.
Sixth meets fifth in Saturday’s big Sky Bet Championship match as Brentford welcome Reading to the Brentford Community Stadium.
Liverpool climbed to the top of the table in a dramatic first midweek round of the 2020-21 Premier League season, featuring 26 goals and two goalless draws plus red cards.