The World Cup is looming large for footballing nations all around the globe. Gareth Southgate is just one of 32 managers busy trying to formulate the plans that will give his team the best chance of glory in Russia this summer.
The future of test cricket has been a keenly debated topic in the sport for years now. While some purists cling steadfastly to the belief that it is the truest form of cricket, others believe that the longest format has already been usurped by T20 and ODI cricket.
There’s redemption up for grabs at the O2 this weekend. Both Dillian Whyte and Lucas Browne have had their problems in recent times but they have a chance to put themselves right back in mix of the heavyweight division by winning their bout on Saturday night.
The golfing season always heats up at this time of year as players and fans alike prepare themselves of the first major of the year, the Masters. The PGA Tour does a very good job of scheduling quality tournaments in the build up to the Masters and that’s certainly what we had last week. Rory McIlroy finished on top of a world class field to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational and he’s back in the field for a crack at this week’s WGC Dell Technologies Match Play.
International football has changed a huge amount over the past couple of decades. For many, the domestic and continental game has usurped international football as the pinnacle of the sport and yet the World Cup remains the most eagerly anticipated tournament in football.