Tottenham and Arsenal collide at Wembley against the backdrop of each other's shortcomings - but who needs to come out on top?
After a frantic final day of the January transfer window, some clubs may have repeated the same errors they've been making for years.
With Andy Murray injured and Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal braced to dominate again; can Kyle Edmund take the tennis world by storm?
The death of former England striker Cyrille Regis has highlighted the work The FA still have to do to tackle racism in football.
Arsene Wenger is losing support both in the Arsenal boardroom and in the stands and his exit from north London is growing increasingly inevitable.
Joe Hart, Theo Walcott and Daniel Sturridge will have to carefully consider their next steps in the January transfer window with their England World Cup hopes in danger.
English football is braced for another festive period but when with the sport realise it is hurting the chances of its own national team?
Chris Froome and Tyson Fury are the latest sportspeople to be engulfed in doping controversy, raising the question over whether sport is believable.
Manchester United are out to end Manchester City's Premier League winning streak and close the gap to five points when they take on their neighbours.
Australia and England will contest the final of the 15th Rugby League World Cup but few outside of the host nation will be watching.
Australia and England are braced to contest the 71st Ashes series this week - but how do you follow a series played at night? IBTimes UK explains all.
British tennis has adopted an extra week in the calendar - but interest in the ATP World Tour Finals is diminishing.
David Moyes' arrival at West Ham United is unimaginative from a club who should be fearing the worst.
Tyson Fury remains intent on reminding the public of his status as a lineal heavyweight champion, but will it be enough to secure a clash with Anthony Joshua?
The Death of Stalin is in cinemas but events marking the 100th anniversary of the October Revolution are mostly absent.
Jose Mourinho has waited until he has the higher ground to issue a barb at one of his rivals - with Chelsea boss Antonio Conte his latest victim.
The US failure to qualify for a World Cup for the first time since 1986 comes as the sport is in disarray stateside.
After England sealed qualification for the 2018 World Cup on Thursday, Gareth Southgate has some crucial decisions to make over who makes his squad for next summer.
England squad to play in Australia this winter was announced with three uncapped players included.
The 38-year-old says he wants to become a world champion inside the squared circle.
Frank de Boer's dismissal and reaction to Sadio Mane's red card highlight how football is becoming unrecognisable.
Rooney's off-the-field issues highlight the scrutiny which accompanies life at the top level.
UFC wants the respect of boxing, but its fighters want the PPV revenue and global recognition.
Rooney announces international retirement to debates rather than eulogies.
England hosted West Indies in their first day-night match at Edgbaston on Thursday.
Justin Gatlin was booed after dethroning Usain Bolt in the 100m final in London last weekend.
England's female cricket and football teams have grabbed the nation's attention.
Lord's thriller was perfect finale to tournament that should help accelerate growth of the women's game.
Demands on the sport's finest-ever competitors is greater than ever - when we should be looking after them.
The Melbourne-born number seven seed is now a cherished figure at SW19 thanks to her battling displays.