Thierry Henry is at Sky Studios on Wednesday and we want YOU to vote for his best Arsenal goal.
How F1 history would have been different had double points always been awarded at the final GP.
Follow the latest from the written press with the best gossip and speculation from the papers.
David Silva underlined his ability to mix it with the class of Bayern Munich, writes Peter Fraser.
The passing of the Korean GP hasn't been widely mourned, but was Yeongam really all that bad?
Last Updated: 18/02/13 4:51pm
Tofino Bay: Expected to take all the beating
Dessie Hughes expects Tofino Bay to take all the beating in Tuesday's Irish Form Book Ten Up Novice Chase at Navan.
The 10-year-old has turned to chasing late in life but has shown very good form, including when beating Willie Mullins' Aupcharlie at Naas last time out.
He holds entries in the John Oaksey National Hunt Chase and the Grand National in the spring and those options are still very much in the mix.
"He's been running well and he's really taken to fences," said Hughes.
"I expect him to take all the beating tomorrow. It's a small field which won't bother him and I'll expect we'll make the running like last time. If he carries on progressing, we might have to look at the National as he's 10 now.
"If it's soft ground at Cheltenham, he may run in the four-miler. He's good on heavy because they can't get away from him but as long as its soft over four miles I think he'd be fine."
Mullins runs Terminal in the Grade Two event, an odds-on winner at Cork last month.
"He has shown a good aptitude for jumping fences and I think this trip won't do any harm to him," said Mullins.
"Even though he has won on this ground, it is probably not to his liking. He would prefer nicer ground which he will get later on in the spring, but he has every chance."
Noel Meade runs the nine-year-old He's A Delight who was second at Limerick on his chasing debut under Rules, but had previously been
successful in several point-to-points. "He won a few points so he obviously really wants three miles," said Meade.
"He's got that tomorrow but the competition looks a bit strong for him. There's not many runners though, and if he can stand up, he should bring a nice bit of prize money back. I'd been looking for an easier race but there was nothing that suited him so that's why he's running really."
Mouse Morris' Tillahow completes the four-runner field.