Evening Standard

Former Liverpool striker Michael Owen believes his old club are on course to win the title the “right way” but thinks they will struggle to enjoy the sustained domination of previous generations.
Niki Lauda does not want his Mercedes team to win every race in Formula One this season.
Clubs will not be kicked out of next season’s Champions League for breaking Financial Fair Play rules, UEFA President Michel Platini said today.
Michael Phelps says he is not worried if his comeback damages his reputation.
Fans at this summer’s Open at Hoylake can keep up to date with the action no matter where they are on the course.
To celebrate the launch of the all-new HTC One (M8), we’ve teamed up with HTC, official Smartphone of the UEFA Champions League, to offer readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to the final.
There could be no potential Champions League Final with a more intense, rancorous back story than Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea against his former club Real Madrid at the Estadia Da Luz in Lisbon on 24 May — and the prospect of that game took a step closer in Madrid last night.
Sol Campbell has urged Arsene Wenger to spend big on players who will “frighten” teams if Arsenal are to challenge regularly for the Premier League.
Chelsea’s attacking midfielder Eden Hazard is on schedule to return from a hamstring injury to play in the second leg against Atletico.
Petr Cech insists Chelsea’s season will be regarded a success whether or not they can add to the Stamford Bridge trophy cabinet in May.
Sam Allardyce today admitted that things must change at West Ham if they are to progress next season.
David Moyes is emerging as a contender to become Tottenham’s next manager but senior figures at the club are divided over his possible appointment following his dismal short reign at Manchester United.
Thibaut Courtois is set to get the chance to challenge for a first-team place at Chelsea this summer as Petr Cech is in danger of missing the start of next season.
The Professional Footballers’ Association Players’ Player of the Year awards are announced in London on Sunday.
We’ve just had ‘one of those’ weeks where poor weather affected our result.
Wasps director of rugby Dai Young today revealed the club are closing in on up to three more signings after Scotland fly-half Ruaridh Jackson became the latest player to join the club.
Rob Green believes Queens Park Rangers would have challenged for automatic promotion to the Premier League if Charlie Austin had stayed fit.
Daniel Sturridge is hopeful of being fit for Sunday’s crucial match with Chelsea and the Liverpool striker says he could not stop himself celebrating if he scores against his former club.
Mark Ramprakash believes that coaches who have never played international cricket must work doubly hard to convince their players they are up to the job.
Nick Evans has been forced out of Harlequins’ Amlin Challenge Cup semi-final at Northampton tomorrow by a calf injury that cannot be risked at this crucial stage of the season.