Manchester City's title hopes suffered a setback last night after being held to a home draw by the league's bottom club Sunderland.
A simple guide to how UEFA's new financial regulations work.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is trying to keep things on an even keel despite victory over rivals Manchester City.
Bury boxer Scott Quigg makes the third defence of his WBA World Super Bantamweight belt this Saturday.
As one of just three British world champions all eyes will be on the Phones 4 U Arena as he tops the bill in front of his home-crowd.
He faces South African Tshifhiwa Munyai.
David Chisnall met up with Scott at Manchester's Town Hall to see how his build up is going.
Everton Ladies football team have the honour of kicking off the Women's Super League season.
It is wide open this year, with the addition of big spending Manchester City to the competition.
They will start their campaign on Good Friday against the reigning champions.
Gemma Bonner from Liverpool ladies speaks to Granada Reports about the season ahead. They are current Women's Super League champions and face Manchester City tomorrow.
The women's FA super league football season gets underway later. Arsenal won the title 9 years in a row until Liverpool broke that streak last year.
Liverpool Ladies play Manchester city tomorrow. Everton are in action tonight against Birmingham.
For the first time in it's history there will be two divisions, they are:
WSL1: Arsenal, Birmingham City, Bristol Academy, Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool, Manchester City and Notts County.
WSL2: Aston Villa, Doncaster Belles, Durham, London Bees, Millwall Lionesses, Oxford United, Reading, Sunderland, Watford and Yeovil Town.
With 39 days to go until the start of the TT Races, today was the official launch on the Isle of Man and some of the biggest names in road racing swapped their bikes for go-karts.
Among them were Bruce Anstey and Manxman Conor Cummins. While there's good news for John McGuinness fans. The 20-time TT winner is on target to race next month as he recovers from a broken wrist.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini insists he is not worried by the possibility of the club being sanctioned by UEFA for breaching financial fair play (FFP) rules.
City are among a number of clubs, including Paris St Germain, that are having their cases considered this week by UEFA's Club Financial Control Body's (CFCB) which will decide if they have committed breaches of the break-even rules.
Asked if he was worried about the possibility of sanctions, he said:
– MAN CITY MANAGER MANUEL PELLEGRINI.
No. First of all it is important to know what UEFA will have to say and then we can have an opinion.
It is important for the club but I am not the person in charge of those kinds of things.
This weekend sees a Manchester derby in the boxing ring as Anthony Crolla takes on his good friend John Murray.
The winner hopes to get a shot at the world title in the near future.
Manchester City will find out this week whether they will face sanctions over possible breaches of new financial rules put in place by European football's governing body UEFA.
UEFA’s Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) will meet on Tuesday and Wednesday to discuss 76 cases, including Manchester City.
The Daily Telegraph is reporting that City will be found guilty by the CFCB. However, the club won't face a transfer ban, as the newspaper suggests. It is not one of the sanctions available to UEFA.
Any punishment would be decided in May.