LIVE: Rooney on the bench again for United
As expected, Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney will begin his side's Europa League clash with Zorya Luhansk on the substitutes' bench as Jose Mourinho's side attempt to pick up their first win in Group A.
Do United win more without Rooney?
The key stats ahead of the weekend's Premier League action, including Manchester United's record without Wayne Rooney.
Keane: Rooney still has 'a huge part to play'
Wayne Rooney will have a big part to play over the next couple of years for Manchester United, Roy Keane has said.
5 things Wenger has got right this season
Arsene Wenger has had a hard time of it in recent years so it's time to credit the Arsenal boss with what he has got right, writes Mattias Karen.
Arsenal's transfer spending under Wenger
One of the most hotly debated topics of Arsene Wenger's 20-year reign at Arsenal has been his spending in the transfer market... or lack thereof.
Ozil dreaming of return to Real Madrid?
The transfer window might be shut, but don't think the wheeling and dealing won't continue!
Houllier: Klopp's Liverpool can win title.
Former Liverpool manager Gerard Houllier believes they stand a chance of Premier League glory under Jurgen Klopp.
The most unforgettable moments from the Ryder Cup
From Arnold Palmer's dominance to the doomed Tiger-Phil pairing to Team Europe's recent string of titles, we look back at the Ryder Cup's rich history.
James: Woods' influence is fading.
Former Team Europe captain Mark James assesses the strength of the leadership of both teams at the Ryder Cup.
Danny Willett says his Ryder Cup has been tarnished by his brother Pete's insulting rant about Team USA fans - and he has been heckled already. "It's not been too bad with the fans," Danny said. "There's a few shouts out there but you can expect that. It's been pretty tricky for me to get back on and fully focus. I was disappointed in what he wrote and it put a bit of a downer on my first Ryder Cup."
Willett remarks branded 'horrible, embarrassing, insane'
The last thing Team Europe captain Darren Clarke needed was some stupid remarks riling the American fans, says former Ryder Cup skipper Mark James.
Forget the on-field product: The NFL in London is working
A casual NFL observer can look at the London series and conclude that it has gone stale. But the league is committed to growing the game internationally, and the audience is growing.
Will Gus Bradley be the next victim of the London Curse?
The NFL has played 14 games in London, and eight coaches from those games went on to lose their jobs that year - including two the next week. Gus Bradley's Jaguars and Chuck Pagano's Colts travel across the pond this week, hoping to avoid a similar fate.
Rating the NFL games in London: A brief history of brutal matchups
Londoners still flock to their annual visit by the NFL, even though the American football they get is often dreadful.
Call in the marriage counsellors: F1's "chaotic" 2017 calendar
Kate Walker looks at some of the bizarre -- and untenable -- back-to-back pairings on the newly-released 2017 calendar and the prospect of a very difficult season on the road next year.
Pressure mounts in the Rosberg-Hamilton title fight
ESPN looks ahead to this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix, where
Hamilton: Form dip won't change approach
Lewis Hamilton says his recent dip in results will not change his approach to racing as the 2016 title battle nears its end.
Button: 'Unbelievable' to have reached 300th race
Jenson Button reflects on a historic achievement -- one only matched by former teammate Rubens Barrichello -- ahead of the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Anderson set to miss Bangladesh series
James Anderson is expected to miss England's Test series in Bangladesh next month, having not yet fully recovered from a shoulder injury.
Predicting Serena's future success a difficult challenge
Only Serena Williams knows how much she is willing to continue to give. But if we had to predict how many more Slam titles she will win from here on out, well, your guess is as good as ours.
Halep through to Wuhan semis, Konta out
Fourth-seeded Simona Halep of Romania advanced to the semifinals of the Wuhan Open on Thursday with a 6-4, 6-2 win over Madison Keys of the United States.
Should McGregor be allowed to keep his featherweight title?
Bellator MMA lightweight Benson Henderson joins Brett Okamoto to discuss the latest headlines, including Conor McGregor, UFC 205 and whether Cris "Cyborg" Justino deserves her own UFC division.
Bernie's Pound 4 Pound.
Bernie answers if the Conor McGregor is the biggest star today in combat sports
Aldo, upset over McGregor, wants out of UFC
Interim UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo publicly asks UFC for his release after he did not get the rematch he wanted with Conor McGregor.
Your guide to baseball's final-week madness
No need to wait for October -- this last stretch of September is going to be a classic. Can't keep all the wild-card excitement straight? Here's what matters most.
Family, friends attend Fernandez's funeral Mass
Family members and friends of Jose Fernandez attended a private funeral Mass on Thursday, a day after fans said goodbye to the former Marlins pitcher.
Red Sox don't let loss stop AL East title celebration
Wednesday's late meltdown against the Yankees only briefly dampened the spirits of the Red Sox, who clinched the AL East with help from the Orioles.
Vote: How far will Tebow's baseball career go?
Tim Tebow homered on the first professional pitch he saw. Will he have even brighter days ahead?
Tebow time: HR on 1st instructional league pitch
Tim Tebow hit an opposite-field home run on the first pitch of his first instructional league game with the New York Mets, and said, "It's fun to be back."
Lue: Limiting LeBron's minutes is a top priority
Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue said that maintaining 31-year-old LeBron James for the long haul is a priority for the defending champs.
Duncan appears at Spurs camp with role unclear
Tim Duncan, who came to the Spurs' training camp workout Wednesday after coach Gregg Popovich joked about fining him, is still figuring out his role with the team.
Durant and Thompson drain jumpers for 75 seconds without missing.
Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson switch back and forth making long-range jumpers until Durant finally misses after an incredible streak nearly 75 seconds later.
Carmelo Anthony: The Knicks needed Joakim Noah's intensity
Joakim Noah practiced for the first time as member of the Knicks, and his teammates are already raving about the energy that he brings.
Rob Gronkowski: 'I can't wait until I'm going crazy out there again'
Playing just 14 snaps last week, mostly as a blocker, Rob Gronkowski acknowledged the Patriots are being careful with his hamstring injury.
Biggest injury questions for Week 4 in NFL
NFL Nation reporters assess the biggest injuries across the league for Week 4, including updates on the murky statuses of quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and wide receiver Dez Bryant.
Olympians who raised fists in '68 back Kaepernick
Nearly 50 years after they raised their fists on the medal stand in a symbolic protest at the Olympics, American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos voiced their support for Colin Kaepernick.