Mohamed Salah: Will Salah play for Liverpool against Watford today?

Mohamed Salah’s strike against West Ham on Monday took his total Premier League tally to 69 goals. The Liverpool star is now just one goal shy of overtaking Luis Suarez to become the club’s most-prolific overseas goalscorer. Salah is also just one goal short of becoming the first Liverpool player

Real Madrid make Paul Pogba transfer decision as Man Utd get bad Mino Raiola news

Real Madrid have reportedly turned their attention away from Paul Pogba meaning Manchester United will have to continue dealing with Mino Raiola despite their recent public falling-out. Pogba is expected to push for a move away from Old Trafford after barely featuring for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side this term. The

Arsenal news: Mikel Arteta has ‘big call’ to make on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s future

John Hartson says Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has a huge call to make over whether to keep or sell top scorer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang this summer. Aubameyang has scored 20 goals this season to again underline his status as one of the Premier League’s best marksmen. But the 30-year-old Gabon striker’s

Toronto Raptors fall to scrappy Charlotte Hornets at home

For the first time in more than two months, the Toronto Raptors are on a losing streak. Terry Rozier hit a tiebreaking free throw with 2.1 seconds remaining as the Charlotte Hornets beat Toronto 99-96 on Friday night, handing the Raptors their second consecutive loss and just their third in

Coronavirus: Serie A call off five matches including Juventus vs Inter Milan

Serie A have postponed five matches scheduled to take place this weekend including Juventus vs Inter Milan due to the coronavirus outbreak in the country. The games have been provisionally reschduled for May 13. It means the clash between former Chelsea managers Maurizio Sarri and Antonio Conte will have to

Ferrari threaten to pull out of Australian Grand Prix over coronavirus fears

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto will not give the green light for his employees to head to the Australian Grand Prix without being assured of their safety by the FIA because of the coronavirus outbreak in Italy. The devastating disease has claimed 12 lives and over 400 cases have been

George Kruis faced with Twickenham farewell against Wales if he opts for Japan

George Kruis is weighing up the biggest decision of his rugby life – knowing it could mean next week’s Wales game being his last at Twickenham for England. Kruis is a key cog in the Saracens machine but with the Londoners needing to slash their wage bill ahead of enforced

Deontay Wilder makes u-turn over sacking trainer after Tyson Fury defeat

Deontay Wilder has made a dramatic u-turn on his decision to sack trainer Mark Breland following his defeat to Tyson Fury . Wilder said after his the seventh-round knockout he would part ways with his trainer after being unhappy that Breland threw the towel in to end the fight. But

Just not cricket: Knights hammer Roosters A with plenty in reserve

Such was the strength of the national cricket side not so long ago that a team of players unable to make it was assembled to give them some semblance of a challenge. It led to the formation of Australia A, a side of sufficient quality to edge out England and

Novak Djokovic: Stefanos Tsitsipas explains the key to beating world No 1 in Dubai

Stefanos Tsitsipas admits it will take “something extra” to overcome Novak Djokovic in the final of the Dubai Championships. After losing to Roger Federer in the final last year, Tsitsipas has made it back to the showpiece event again. On Friday, the ATP Finals champion had too much quality for