East Midlands rugby rivals will square up in front of 85,000 fans at a sell-out Premiership Final at Twickenham.
Sources at Coventry City say the club is in ‘advanced talks’ with Walsall over plans to temporarily play at Bank's Stadium.
Tony Pulis has urged Stoke City fans to get behind whoever succeeds him as the club's manager
ITV News Central has been told potential locations for Coventry City's new stadium include Rolls Royce's site in Ansty and Prologis Park in Keresley.
However, it is understood the Sky Blues are focusing efforts on securing another, as yet unknown location.
The club say they have left the Ricoh Arena, after a dispute over rent.
Meanwhile, bosses at Coventry City will discuss their plans in a series of meetings with supporters groups, from Monday, June 3.
Leicester Tigers will take on Northampton Saints tomorrow at Twickenham, where one of the East Midlands sides will be crowned champions of the Aviva Premiership.
Tigers reached their ninth consecutive final after beating the Harlequins in the semi-finals. The Saints, who have failed to beat Leicester in all six of games, saw off the Saracens to face the Tigers at Twickenham tomorrow.
– Walsall FC
Walsall Football Club categorically deny that a three-year deal to ground-share with Coventry City, as reported yesterday, has been agreed.
We have no further comment to make on the matter.
World Superbike rider Leon Haslam has passed a fitness test, meaning he will compete at Donington Park this weekend - despite breaking his leg just three weeks ago.
The Derbyshire rider, who rides for the Pata Honda team, said on the team's website:
"It's just over three weeks since I broke my leg at Assen and, while that might not seem very long, it feels like ages to me. Since the operation to pin the leg, I've been doing everything I can to get it ready to get back on the bike."
Nottingham boxer, Carl Froch, will today weigh-in ahead of his highly anticipated fight against Mikkel Kessler.
The fight, which has been considered to be the 'biggest in a decade', will take place tomorrow night at the O2 Arena in London.
Carl Froch apologised yesterday to Danish-born Kessler, for threatening to 'kill him in the ring' at a press conference.
A campaign is getting underway in the West Midlands to get more schoolchildren swimming, after a new survey revealed only 50% of 7 to 11 year olds in the region can swim.
Drowning is one of the biggest causes of accidental deaths in children and it's hoped the Pools for Schools project will help them become more confident in the water.