Fearless Forecast Week 2:
Fearless Forecast Week 2:
The defender has had knee problems recently and Saints hope the injury is nothing serious.
The Sheffield-born player was just 22 during the last away contest at Hazeltine in 2016.
Academy graduate Curtis Jones will make his 50th appearance for the club against Norwich while Kaide Gordon is also set to be involved.
The Colombia international has not played since Rafael Benitez took over at Goodison Park.
The midfielder joins John Stones, Aymeric Laporte, Rodri and Oleksandr Zinchenko on City’s injury list.
James Rodríguez in Qatar for possible move away from EvertonColombian has not played in Premier League this seasonRodríguez out of favour with new manager Rafael Benítez James Rodríguez played in pre-season for Everton but has not featured in the Premier League. Photograph: Tony McArdle/Everton FC/Getty Images
Inter serve up a storm as Inzaghi looks to blow memories of Conte away. Inter wanted evolution, not revolution, after claiming a first Serie A title in 11 years. The rout of Bologna showed how
‘I wouldn’t do it’: England’s Wiegman and Stokes oppose plan for more World Cups
Tim Bresnan has been around long enough to be realistic about Warwickshire’s championship title campaign.
The world governing body is in favour of shortening the gap between its showpiece event from four to two years.
The Tiger who came for free: Falcao is back and scoring in La LigaRayo Vallecano’s top-flight return was a miracle and now they have signed Radamel Falcao. But all is not well with the club Radamel Falcao celebrates scoring for Rayo Vallecano against Getafe. Photograph: Dax Images/NurPhoto/Rex/Shutterstock
The Premier League champions and the Tottenham striker both failed to score.
Hertha Berlin’s long-mooted revamp is favouring humility over stardustFredi Bobic may have been a big-name board appointment but he didn’t arrive with the vision of assembling an all-star cast Hertha’s players celebrate on the touchline after their win. Photograph: Thomas Eisenhuth/Getty Images
Britain are looking to add the European Championship to their Olympic and world team crowns.
The Manchester United winger scored a late winner at the London Stadium on Sunday.
The Briton defends his WBA, IBF and WBO titles against the unbeaten Ukrainian at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this weekend.
FIFA is holding a feasibility study into shortening the gap between men’s and women’s World Cups from four to two years.
Men's Under-23 time trial, 30.3km: Monday September 20
Harvey Neville was also in Fort Lauderdale’s side.
England’s most natural, most gifted, most charismatic and greatest goal-scorer, Jimmy Greaves passed away in the early hours of Sunday morning, aged 81.