Daily Mail

Luke Donald will take a two-shot lead into the final day of the RBC Heritage after an excellent five-under-par 66 on Saturday. The Englishman will be feeling hopeful of breaking his duck at Hilton Head.
David Moyes will return to Goodison Park on Sunday with barely a word of welcome from his former Everton chairman Bill Kenwright.
NEIL ASHTON: Steven Gerrard admitted that he had given up on ever winning the title at Liverpool several times in his 16-year career at the club.
GRAHAM HUNTER: When Bayern Munich and Real Madrid clash, epic, titanic things happen. It has been thus since their first meeting in the 1976 European Cup semi-final.
New England coach Peter Moores has work to do including gaining the trust of the public and dressing room and breathing new life into captain Alastair Cook.
PAUL NEWMAN: Peter Moores smiled when he was told that Kevin Pietersen had tweeted ‘everyone deserves a second chance’. The Lancashire coach grabbed his enthusiastically on the day it became absolutely clear that the door is firmly shut on the man who cost him the England job in the first place.
Luis Suarez claims Steven Gerrard will be regarded as the best player in the world if he leads Liverpool to the Barclays Premier League title.
PETE JENSON and MARTHA KELNER: Thibaut Courtois has been virtually unbeatable recently. He has kept 20 clean sheets this season, eight in his last 10 games, a feat which has played a part in taking Atletico to the top of La Liga.
Scott Quigg made a successful defence of his WBA super-bantamweight title with a second-round stoppage of South African Tshifiwa Munyai in Manchester.
Zara Phillips made a low-key return to eventing on Saturday following the birth of her first child in January.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon is on the trail of Manchester United prospect Nick Powell. Lennon made a personal check on the 20-year-old last week at Wembley.
Chelsea’s visit to the Vicente Calderon on Tuesday could easily double up as a scouting mission for Jose Mourinho were it not for one important detail – he has already seen more than enough of Diego Costa to have made his mind up about him being the man to lead the line for Chelsea next season.
Porsche ambassador and tennis superstar Maria Sharapova has launched a new flavour in her candy range, which are shaped exactly like a 911 sports car.
England boss Roy Hodgson has written to every Premier League manager asking them not to play his World Cup players in club friendlies at the end of the season.
While fiance Jenson Button was busy struggling in qualifying at the Chinese Grand Prix, Jessica Michibata took to Twitter to showcase a selfie.
Hayley Turner has not only tested the inventiveness of her personal trainer but her own resolve over the last 12 months with a broken ankle before her damaged pelvis and vertebrae left her out for three months.
ROB SHEPHERD: Manchester United are ready to flex their muscles in the transfer market by taking on both Manchester City and Chelsea for PSG’s Edinson Cavani.
True Evertonians should applaud their former manager David Moyes as he takes his place in the away dug-out at Goodison Park today.
Bernie Ecclestone will hand over the keys to his Formula One empire to a glamorous female lawyer while he fights criminal charges in Germany.
Sport on BBC2 is celebrating its 50th anniversary on Sunday and the centrepiece of the celebrations will be a documentary, full of reminiscences as well as its great — and tragic — sporting moments.