There is a double dose of Premier League action tonight as Tottenham and Manchester City play for the first time since joining and then withdrawing from the seemingly doomed European Super League.
As well as previewing their games with Southampton and Aston Villa, our weekly boxing column Beat The Count is ready for you to get stuck into.
Tottenham vs Southampton (6pm, Sky Sports)
Tottenham host Southampton with Ryan Mason in charge following the shock axing of Jose Mourinho on Monday.
First up for Mason’s side are beaten FA Cup semi-finalists Southampton, who look all but assured of top-flight survival in what has been a topsy-turvy campaign.
Ahead of the clash in North London, we explore whether Spurs talisman Harry Kane’s ambition has finally outgrown his boyhood club.
Aston Villa vs Manchester City (8.15pm, Sky Sports)
Manchester City travel to Aston Villa as they close in on reclaiming the Premier League title.
Ahead of the match at Villa Park, we take a close look at the pivotal role Riyad Mahrez has played for City this season — his best since moving from Leicester in 2017.
Beat The Count is back
Beat The Count returns today with all the latest news from the world of the sweet science.
Our boxing expert Gavin Glicksman has an update on Conor McGregor’s future in the sport, Dillian Whyte’s take on Andy Ruiz Jr’s comeback and much, much more.
Better call Saul
Atletico Madrid are enjoying a remarkable campaign — and we have been lucky enough to sit down and discuss it with star midfielder Saul Niguez.
In what was a fascinating chat, the versatile Spaniard opened up about Atleti’s excellent season and their hopes of ending it with a surprise LaLiga success.
He also had plenty to say about for former team-mate Thomas Partey’s first season at Arsenal, as well as a number of Spanish youngsters football fans should keep an eye on in the future.
And there’s more
We will also have the latest breaking news throughout the day — with the collapsing European Super League continuing to dominate headlines.
And do not worry if football is not your thing because we cover all of the major sports, including tennis, cricket and golf.