Hartlepool boss Dave Challinor will make a series of late calls ahead of Tuesday night’s FA Cup second round replay against League Two Exeter.
Carlisle are without Jack Iredale for the FA Cup second-round replay with Forest Green at Brunton Park.
Crewe will return to action in their FA Cup second-round replay against non-league Eastleigh after their game at Macclesfield was called off.
Bristol City will make a late decision on defender Tomas Kalas ahead of Tuesday’s Sky Bet Championship clash against Millwall.
Ipswich will have striker James Norwood back from a one-game ban when they face Coventry for the third time in 10 days in their FA Cup second-round replay.
Charlton boss Lee Bowyer will have Wales international Tom Lockyer available once again for Tuesday night’s Sky Bet Championship clash with Huddersfield.
Midfielder Kalvin Phillips will return to the Leeds side for the Sky Bet Championship clash with Hull at Elland Road on Tuesday night.
Lewis Grabban can expect to return to the Nottingham Forest starting line-up for Tuesday night’s Sky Bet Championship visit of Middlesbrough.
Preston boss Alex Neil is hoping for more good news ahead of Tuesday night’s home clash with Fulham.
Last night the Champions League group stages continued and while there were some enticing games, the teams who were expected to win did.
Week two of the UEFA Champions League group stages has begun and the first night of fixtures has produced brilliant football.
The much anticipated UEFA Champions League returned on Tuesday night and did so with a bang. The opening night had it all from upsets, VAR controversy to history being made. It was certainly not a disappointing opening night for football fans.
When we think about Manchester City we think invincible, especially when it comes to champions versus newly promoted outfits. City’s record against newly promoted sides like Norwich speaks for itself.
Manchester United still to this day remains one of the biggest and most successful clubs in the world, but it’s been relatively hard going for two times Champions League winners since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson back in 2013.
The new Serie A season kicks off this weekend, with current champions Juventus beginning their latest title defence with an away trip to Parma.
This week was the first of the new campaign where the Championship held midweek fixtures, and some proved to be very telling indeed. With the season now 4 games old, already there are reasons to be optimistic for some teams, while it’s panic stations elsewhere.
You could say that this Premier League weekend was all about the newly promoted teams, with two out of the three securing magnificent victories.
Two teams who many had concerns about heading into the new Championship campaign are now the only sides in the division to have recorded two wins from their opening two games of the season.
Finally, the Premier League is back, with football fans around the world rejoicing that the off season is now over.
Transfer deadline day in the English Premier League saw plenty of comings and goings as you would expect, but it’s always a case of there being winners and losers, highs and lows.
With the Premier League beginning in just five days teams have been making big moves. Some huge transfers have occurred mainly from the likes of Manchester United, Wolves, Arsenal, Newcastle United and Everton.
With the transfer deadline quickly approaching clubs have been looking to make massive moves. Big players have been tipped to make moves that will surely shock the world of football.
The game known as El Trafico never disappointed, it produced a game with many magical moments. The main attractions to the game was not the rivalry between clubs but instead the rivalry that sparked between Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Carlos Vela leading up to the game.
Neymar, the world’s most expensive footballer, has hit the headlines many times over the course of his career so far, but he’s in the news once again as he seemingly looks to force through an exit at current club PSG.
We start this transfer update with news on Newcastle United’s potential new manager. It’s believed that an approach for Sheffield Wednesday’s Steve Bruce is in the pipeline.
All eyes were on the Women’s World Cup Final in Lyon this weekend, with the heavily fancied defending champions USA taking on a Netherlands side who have been very impressive throughout the tournament.
The Women’s World Cup Final is set to take place on Sunday, July 7 in Lyon, with the USA and Holland going head to head to lift the prestigious trophy.
So, we’re now heading towards the quarter finals stage of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 in France, and there has already been plenty of stellar performances from both teams and individuals at the tournament.
The biggest news in the transfer window so far where the Premier League is concerned is the departure of Eden Hazard to Real Madrid. The Belgian, who joined Chelsea in 2012, decided that it was time for a change, swapping Stamford Bridge for The Bernabeu.
One Thomas Cook flight full of Tottenham Hotspur fans was due to depart London early morning ready for their showdown with Liverpool in the Champions League final later that day. The flight was then rescheduled and due to land just 45 mins before kick-off.
Tottenham and Liverpool meet in the final of Europe’s biggest footballing prize on Saturday. Both teams earned a place in Madrid thanks to second-leg matches that will go down in the history books.
It was an all London affair in the Europa League Final in Baku, as Chelsea took on Arsenal at the Olympic Stadium.
Aston Villa made it all the way to the playoff final last season under former manager Steve Bruce, only to fall at the final hurdle by losing to Fulham. This time they were back with a vengeance, and nothing and nobody was going to stand in their way.