LIVE: Leicester vs. Liverpool
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain starts for Liverpool for the first time as they head to the King Power Stadium to take on Leicester in the third round of the Carabao Cup.
Root falls for fifty as Bairstow cruises on
Stokes vs Samuels - Level 3 showdown.
We take a look at the battles between Ben Stokes and Marlon Samuels as they prepare to resume their rivalry in the ODI series
Burley: Prem will be a battle royal to the end.
Craig Burley scoffs at the idea of the Premier League title being a two-horse race between United and City this season.
Conte must keep discipline in check
Ill-discipline and Antonio Conte's team selection is dominating discussion among Chelsea fans ahead of a daunting run of tricky fixtures.
Premier League clubs' priorities
As always, the top Premier League clubs have a lot on their plate this season. But which competition is the most important for them?
Conte: Talented Musonda needs to grab his chance.
Antonio Conte believes Charly Musonda is a promising young talent who could play in a range of positions for Chelsea.
Darmian: United fringe players will be ready
Matteo Darmian has told Manchester United's fringe players they must be ready to take their chance if they get the nod against Burton Albion on Wednes
Wilshere, Shaw among ones to watch
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jack Wilshere, Luke Shaw, Phil Foden and Pape Souare are our players to watch in the Carabao Cup this week.
It wasn't a fluke: Giants' offense wasn't ready for 2017
Ben McAdoo insisted that players and media "put this game on him." But if the head coach doesn't grab hold of his team sooner rather than later, he won't have to bother asking people to assign the blame to him.
This is the best the Lions have looked in a long time. The offense has flowed well, including some big shots from Matthew Stafford downfield. The defensive line has kept pressure on Eli Manning, in particular Ezekiel Ansah, and there have been no big special teams miscues. Overall, if Detroit can play like this consistently, it should be a contender most of the year.
Giants still plagued by O-line struggles.
Louis Riddick explains why the struggles of the Giants' offensive line are taking away from Eli Manning's ability to be a great quarterback.
Real Madrid's Zidane relieved to have Ronaldo back.
Zinedine Zidane is delighted to have Cristiano Ronaldo back in the squad for their clash against Real Betis.
Trending: Ronaldo set for La Liga return
Ernesto Valverde has said the injury that has sidelined Ousmane Dembele for the next four months could have been partially caused by inexperience.
Zidane hails Bale as 'a complete player'
Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane says under-fire Gareth Bale is "a complete player" and rejected the idea that he is only effective on the counter.
Life through a lens: Singapore's first-corner carnage.
Mark Sutton reveals how a small team of F1 photographers captured the chaos of the opening corner in Singapore.
Who is to blame for the Singapore GP crash?
ESPN's Jennie Gow and Craig Scarborough debate who was at fault for the crash at the start of the Singapore Grand Prix.
Radio Ga Ga: Singapore Grand Prix
ESPN rounds up the best radio soundbites from a dramatic and chaotic Singapore Grand Prix weekend, as the 2017 title battle took another twist in the opening seconds of the race.
Konta: Anything can happen before Singapore.
Great Britain's Johanna Konta is confident she can make the Toray Pan Pacific Open but insists she is taking every match as it comes.
Hawk-Eye to replace judges at Next Gen Finals
A new 'Hawk-Eye Live' technology will replace line judges at the Next Gen ATP Finals in Milan in November.
Who will win Toray Pan Pacific Open?
World no. 1 Garbine Muguruza, defending champion Caroline Wozniacki and Johanna Konta look ahead to Toray Pan Pacific Open.
Can Hughie Fury cause an upset against Parker?
ESPN's Steve Bunce previews Hughie Fury's WBO heavyweight title fight against New Zealand's Joseph Parker at the Manchester Arena.
Fury: Horrific skin disease meant I wasn't fully fit
Hughie Fury insists the biggest fight of his life is already behind him, before facing Joseph Parker for his WBO world heavyweight title on Saturday.
Judge to take enforced break after GGG-Canelo
The judge at the centre of the Gennady Golovkin vs. Canelo Alvarez controversy has been temporarily stood down.
Healy sorry for laptop-on-plane incident
Ireland and Leinster star Cian Healy has apologised after being asked to leave a flight from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town.
Five players who impressed in the Top 14
Former Toulon centre Tom May casts his eye over rounds three and four of the Top 14 to pick out some of the overseas players who made their mark -- and you might be surprised to learn that a few have ended up in France.
European review: Player of the week, flop & more
This week's European club action took flight, but who caught the eye, who had a game to forget, and what will we all be talking about ahead of the next round of fixtures?
The Sweeper: San Lorenzo's canine visitor.
Tata Martino's superstitious moment, Wilfried Bony's initiation, San Lorenzo's special visitor and more in the Sweeper.
Adidas passes Jordan for second in shoe sales
While Nike remains on top of the U.S. sneaker market, Adidas has passed the Jordan brand for second place.
Gerrard enjoys kickabout with infant son
Steven Gerrard's son is already being primed to follow in his father's footsteps if this Instagram video is anything to go by...
Cam on hit: 'It was scary.'
Cam Newton breaks down his fears after getting hit hard on the same ankle he previously injured.
Falcons show Super Bowl credentials
After Matt Ryan and the offense set the tone, the Falcons' defense showed that it, too, can be fierce by putting the Packers in a deep, early hole.
Falcons not getting ahead of themselves despite key NFC win over Green Bay, and the status of pass rusher Vic Beasley Jr. (hamstring) is something to keep an eye on.
Week 2 fantasy football winners and losers
Tom Brady bounced back with a huge performance while Jordan Howard and Cam Newton failed to deliver. Get caught up on the best and worst of Week 2 in the NFL from a fantasy perspective, including another great outing from Kareem Hunt.
NBArank Top 10: The very best of the best
Our countdown of the best ballers in the NBA continues from 10-1.
When $35M is really $15M: How much NBA stars actually earn
NBA player salaries are enormous and so are their payroll deductions. See what the top players make and what they take home at the end of the day.
Drilling down on Kyrie Irving’s departure remarks
During a revealing interview on First Take, the former Cavaliers star detailed the motives behind his trade request that shocked the NBA this summer.
Kyrie doesn't feel like he owes LeBron an explanation.
Kyrie Irving tells Stephen A. Smith why he didn't inform LeBron James that he wanted out of Cleveland.
Camden Yards comeback a signature win for Red Sox
With their AL East lead in danger and veteran Dustin Pedroia knocked out of action again, the Red Sox did what they've done all year -- they rallied.
Welcome to the era of the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad 30-home-run hitter
Rougned Odor might not be an awful baseball player, but he has been historically awful this year. The thing is, he's most definitely not alone. More sluggers than ever before are hitting home runs -- and doing almost nothing else.
Indians' epic winning streak comes to an end.
Lorenzo Cain's go-ahead single in the sixth stands as the difference as Kansas City puts an end to Cleveland's historic run.
In an exclusive interview with ESPN FC, Paul Pogba says Manchester United can win the Premier League this season -- and have no reason to fear anyone.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic tells ESPN FC why he is staying at Manchester United -- to win the Premier League.
Updated tables from the Premier League, Champions League, La Liga, English Football League and more.
Keep track of all the important upcoming fixtures in the Premier League, Champions League, La Liga, English Football League and more.
Results and scores from the Premier League, Champions League, La Liga, English Football League and more.
In November 2016, Brazilian underdogs Chapecoense boarded a plane to play in the game of their lives. Instead, their biggest moment turned into a tragedy no one can forget.