NBA Fearless Forecast Weekly Rank: 8
NBA Fearless Forecast Weekly Rank: 8
Mauricio Pochettino says Paris Saint-Germain must improve their home form to overcome "the best team in the world" in Bayern Munich on Tuesday night. Despite his side holding a 3-2 advantage ahead of the Champions League quarter-final second leg in the French capital, the former Tottenham manager is conscious that his players need to match their form on the road at the Parc des Princes. “I agree that we’ve been better away from home,” Pochettino said.
Sancho returned to training but still recovering from thigh injury
Chelsea return to Seville tonight looking to convert their 2-0 Champions League quarter-final lead against FC Porto into a place in the last four. Winning the Champions League might be the only path back into the competition next season for the Blues. For all the progress under Thomas Tuchel, they sit fifth in the Premier League and face plenty of competition for the top four.
Nico Rosberg’s team won the inaugural Extreme E race in the AlUla desert and he hopes the new series’ social conscience will inspire the world of sport to a higher purpose
Scotland boss Gregor Townsend will mastermind the attack and his international colleague Steve Tandy will oversee the defence.
Ben Chilwell wants to become a Chelsea legend – just like his idol Ashley Cole – and is targeting a Champions League and FA Cup double to get his Stamford Bridge career off to an unforgettable start. The England international was a £50million signing from Leicester last summer and will go some way to repaying that fee straight away if can help lead Thomas Tuchel’s side to silverware in his first season at the club.
Quarter-final second leg takes place this evening, with the Blues on the cusp of qualification for the next round
The Welshman has been named defence coach for this summer’s tour of South Africa.
The former City youngster is back in training after a thigh injury but will not be available for the quarter-final second leg.
Who will make up Gareth Southgate’s final 23-man squad?
Manchester City and Tottenham have each been allocated 2,000 tickets for the Carabao Cup final on April 25.
The qualifying session has been brought forward by an hour and will now take place from 1300-1400BST.
Tottenham legend Glenn Hoddle says no one would blame Harry Kane for wanting to leave the club at the end of the season. Kane is thought to be considering pushing for a transfer if Spurs fail to qualify for the Champions League for a second consecutive year, with Sunday's defeat to Manchester United leaving them six points from fourth place with seven games to play. Spurs regard the England captain, who has a contract until June 2024, as not for sale at any price and there are few clubs with the resources or appetite to test their resolve, particularly given Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe are expected to be on the market this summer.
Chelsea boss issues rallying cry ahead of pivotal games that could decide his future
World No 2 tested positive ahead of the third day of play
Despite brushing off tensions, Raiola says Haaland could still leave the Bundesliga club
Tottenham and Manchester City have been allocated 2,000 tickets each for next week's Carabao Cup Final but supporters must agree to a string of conditions to attend the match. The Wembley showpiece on April 24 will be the first fixture this season to welcome back spectators, with 8,000 people set to attend as part of the government's Events Research Programme (ERP). Supporters who are clinically vulnerable or living with someone vulnerable or pregnant have been discouraged from applying.
Every England game at this summer's European Championship will be screened at a fan park in Trafalgar Square, if plans submitted by the Mayor's office are approved. The proposals are for all seven matches at Wembley to be shown on giant screens at the 12,500-capacity fanzone, as well as England's potential last-16 and quarter-final ties. Gareth Southgate's side play all three of their group games at the national stadium, which will also host both semi-finals and the final.
The quest to secure Premier League survival has reached a critical stage.
Albion are eight points from safety with seven games left.