Harry Kane and Alvaro Morata will lead their respective clubs' front lines when Tottenham host Chelsea on Sunday, with much attention bound to be on the two strikers at Wembley. Kane has cemented his spot as one of the Premier League's best forwards, with his back-to-back Golden Boot awards in the last two seasons resulting in the England international being shortlisted for the Fifa Player of the Year award. Morata, meanwhile, earned a big-money move to champions Chelsea this summer after three seasons in which he won eight trophies at Juventus and Real Madrid.
Day-night Test cricket, complete with a bright pink ball, 2pm starts and floodlights after tea, has been played four times before. Three of those matches have taken place in Australia and one in Dubai, both places where Test attendances have been on the wain. West Indies have experience of the format having played against Pakistan in the UAE under the lights. However, Azhar Ali's unbeaten triple hundred ensured it was not a match Jason Holder's side will want to remember and they will hope to avoid a similar fate at Edgbaston.
Arsenal have been handed a major injury boost ahead of their second Premier League game against Stoke City on Saturday (19 August) after star forward Alexis Sanchez returned to first-team training. The Chilean missed the opening game of the season against Leicester City due to a minor abdominal strain and was labeled a doubt for the game against the Potters at the Bet365 Stadium. Arsene Wenger revealed that Saturday's game could come too soon for Sanchez, but the striker's desire to return to action looks to have trumped any caution aired by the medical team.