The Scot will rest and recover before his next tournament in Rotterdam in three weeks.
Chelsea have been told by Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas that Malo Gusto is staying at the club this season. Standard Sport understands the Blues have made the 19-year-old their top target to provide competition for Reece James, who has again found his season hit by injuries. Gusto has verbally agreed to personal terms on a deal at Stamford Bridge, likely spread over many years, but Lyon are insisting on keeping the player on loan for the rest of the season.
Discontent is rife at Goodison Park and former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher believes the Everton board has let their supporters down.
Two former giants of the Premier League era are back on the up and this 3-2 win for the Gunners was reminiscent of the entertainment and electric atmosphere they produced in their heyday
Hundreds of migrant workers in Qatar employed as security guards during the World Cup at Fifa’s main media centre and other key sites face deportation after launching an unprecedented street protest in Doha on Sunday against mass sackings that followed the tournament.
Beale has won eight and drawn one of his nine games in charge.
The seven-year-old started as the 5/6 favourite under Paul Townend after some promising maiden efforts that led to the step up to two miles and seven furlongs, for a race won by Monkfish on his way to Cheltenham two years ago. There may have been some room for improvement in the fluency of his jumping but with two flights remaining he streaked away from his rivals and strolled across the line a massive 35 lengths ahead. The Albert Bartlett is now the next destination, for which he was slashed to 7/1 from 20/1 by Paddy Power.
The 52-year-old spent a week pondering his future in the wake of England’s 2-1 defeat to France in the World Cup quarter-finals.
Chelsea could lose Kai Havertz in the summer transfer window if they fail to qualify for the Champions League, according to reports.
Korder booked his place in his first grand slam quarter-final with victory over Kurkacz at the Australian Open
Chelsea are looking to beat Liverpool to the summer signing of Wolves midfielder Matheus Nunes in another 'hijack' attempt, according to reports.
Sky are looking for a free-to-air F1 TV partner in Germany, but nobody is signing up for it at the moment.
The nine-time champion stormed into the Australian Open semi-finals after a straight sets win
Rafael Nadal to miss Dubai event while there are doubts over his participation in Sunshine Double.
Arsenal may be leading the way in the league, though City will be desperate to derail their rivals when it comes to the FA Cup. Here, we take a look at the five main talking points ahead of Friday's encounter. Who are the favourites? Form points to Arsenal, who are five points clear at the top of the Premier League, but experience favours City.
Gary Neville has identified Arsenal's most important player this season after a series of high-quality performances from the midfield ace.
The former Ostersunds and Notts County manager was appointed last May to steer Rovers through their debut season in the third tier, but won just five of his 28 league games to prompt owner and chairman Dale Vince to make a change. "I'm grateful to Ian for all his hard work this season, it's definitely not been easy," Vince said in a statement on the club's website. Burchnall, who managed Viking in Norway before replacing Graham Potter at Swedish side Ostersunds in 2018, led Notts County to the Vanarama National League play-offs last season before agreeing to replace Watford-bound Rob Edwards at Forest Green.
Chelsea have been busy in the January transfer window, and have been rumoured to be again looking at signing Benfica star Enzo Fernandez.
With all the focus on Frank Lampard and David Moyes ahead of the 'El Sackio' last weekend, nobody has really been paying much attention to those managers bubbling under top spot in the sacking market. Lampard was binned by Everton on Monday afternoon and West Ham boss Moyes rather predictably took over as favourite at 11/10. Leeds boss Jesse Marsch is next in line at 6/1, followed by Bournemouth head coach Gary O'Neil at an appealing 7/1. Defeats to Arsenal and Manchester City won't have helped his cause, but usually a victory injects a bit of positivity into the market.
Harry Kane is a goal away from becoming Spurs' all-time leading scorer, but Antonio Conte feels records require trophies for credibility.