A Welshman’s view on the English chances at Euro 2020. Is football ‘coming home’? Probably not
Luca Mariani takes a look at the 2019 Basketball World Cup, and why it was a struggle for the USA
See how Phil Neville has led the Lionesses on a path to glory that will hopefully continue into this summer’s World Cup in France
Iwan Hopkins analyses whether 2018 will see the first Ballon d’Or awarded to someone other than Messi or Ronaldo since Kaka in 2007.
England’s dreams of World Cup glory end in heartbreak as Australia clinch their second consecutive title in the competition
Portugal won the Euro’s only winning one game in 90 minutes, why can’t we? It’s coming home
The Three Lions fended off favourites Spain to lift the trophy in Kolkata
James Gill gives his two cents on the current state of English football
Chris Silverwood has been appointed as the new head coach of England and Wales, but will he have more test success than his predecessor?
Iwan Hopkins provides a preview to the most highly anticipated event of this year’s sporting calendar
Young English footballers are struggling for opportunities at their domestic clubs but continue to thrive both internationally and in Europe
It’s almost time for the biannual raising of expectations
After a thrilling weekend of games in the last eight, it’s time to recap which teams are packing their bags, and who will be fighting for a place in the final
Three weeks into the Rugby League World Cup and the group stages are over, but which nations will be returning in the knock-out stages?
With co-host nation Australia playing England on Friday, Jamie McEvoy briefs us ahead of this year’s World Cup down under in Oceania
With the dust settling on the 2017 instalment of the 6 Nations, Toby Webb reflects on the state of the England rugby team