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Leicester considering options – but want ‘big name’

Leicester City's owners are understood to be looking for a 'big name' to lead the club after they axed Craig Shakespeare, but it won't be Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers.


Raheem Sterling to extend Man City stay

Manchester City are ready to offer a contract extension to Raheem Sterling.


Golf Preview: CJ Cup and Andalucia Masters

Two more excellent looking fields are lined up for the PGA and European Tour events this week, as the golfing year nears its end.


End of Gatland’s Lions love affair paves way for new generation

Ben Hampshire takes a look at who could be ready to replace Warren Gatland as British & Irish Lions head coach.


US Navy Flag won’t be a Classic force

The Duke delivered last weekend - but he is warning you off US Navy Flag.


Questioning Klopp – big answers needed

Jurgen Klopp came out of Liverpool's draw with Manchester United, with the belief that his side will be title challengers this season...but does the German coach really believe this? 


Football Index Insight – New players

The latest Football Index Insight looks at some of the new players that you should be on the look out for with the Index ready to expand.

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TGT Horse Racing Daily with BetVictor – Oct 18th

A look at Wednesday's Horse Racing action brought to you by BetVictor.


Irish learn World Cup play-off opponents

Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland have learned who they are playing in their World Cup qualifying.


Non-league fancies for FA Cup

The draw for the first round of the FA Cup has been made and sees some mouthwatering potential giant killing ties.


Eddie Jones favourite to land Lions role

England coach Eddie Jones is favourite to succeed Warren Gatland as coach of the British & Irish Lions.


Coutinho to stay unless Klopp says otherwise

Liverpool have no intention of selling Philippe Coutinho in January, unless boss Jurgen Klopp sanctions it.


Man City will never give up on Lionel Messi

Manchester City have never hidden their desire to land Lionel Messi and their interest remains firmly intact.