Arsenal continue to be the early pace-setters in the Premier League as football paid tribute to the Queen following last weekend’s fixture postponements because of the monarch’s death.
The Gunners went back to the top of the table after a 3-0 win at Brentford, Manchester City defeated Wolves by an identical scoreline and Tottenham piled the pressure on Brendan Rodgers with a 6-2 victory over rock-bottom Leicester.
Chelsea started the defence of their Women’s Super League crown with a defeat while, in Scotland, Celtic were beaten for the first time in the cinch Premiership in a year.
Away from football, Andy Murray and Great Britain were eliminated from the Davis Cup, Leeds Rhinos won the Betfred Women’s Super League Grand Final and England were beaten in the first women’s one-day international by India at Hove.
Dutch rider Mathieu van der Poel was arrested and charged with assaulting two teenagers in Sydney overnight on Saturday, getting back to his hotel at 4am on Sunday morning, just hours before the elite men’s world championship road race.
Ireland take deserved 1-0 lead into the break after Egan strike Hosts show belief to score twice in second half Scotland two points clear at the top of Nations League group going into the final game against Ukraine
Trent Alexander-Arnold must go to the World Cup despite being dropped for England’s game against Germany, Graeme Souness has claimed. Gareth Southgate has left the Liverpool right-back out of his matchday squad for the Nations League match at Wembley having kept him on the bench against Italy last week. It means Alexander-Arnold, 22, will have only played one of England’s last eight games when Southgate picks his squad for Qatar in just over a months’ time.