Lancashire County Cricket Club's Peter Moores has been given a second opportunity to coach England.
Sean Dyche has praised his Burnley side for clinching three points in last night's game against Blackpool.
Manchester City's title hopes suffered a setback last night after being held to a home draw by the league's bottom club Sunderland.
Manchester United coach Phil Neville says he feels Everton are starting to crack under the pressure of being in the hunt for Champions League qualification.
Neville will return to Goodison Park on Sunday for the first time since he left Everton to join the Man United backroom staff under David Moyes.
After coming through the youth ranks as part of the famed 'Class of '92', Neville went on to enjoy 10 successful years on the United playing staff before he joined Everton in 2005.
Neville was captain of the Merseyside club, but there is no doubt where his true loyalties lie.
Neville believes Everton's 3-2 defeat against Crystal Palace on Wednesday shows that they are struggling to cope with the demands of being touted as a serious top-four contender.
"Everton were the team that were in control of their own destiny but it's a different kind of pressure when you have to go out there and win games so Everton are under that pressure now," Neville told Football Focus.
Lancashire County Cricket Club have congratulated Peter Moores on his appointment as the Head Coach of England.
They said online: "Peter will continue with his duties for Lancashire's LV= County Championship fixture against Warwickshire which gets underway at Emirates Old Trafford on Sunday."
Liverpool FC footballer Luis Suarez has spoken to Sir Paul McCartney ahead of the former Beatle's gig in Uruguay.
Suarez, who is from Uruguay, asked McCartney about his music, education and culture.
The Beatles legend will perform later in front of a crowd of around 50,000 in Montevideo.
Lancashire Country Cricket Club's coach Peter Moores is set for a return as England head coach.
Andy Flower's replacement will be announced at Lord's later this morning and it is understood that Moores is the chosen candidate.
The 51-year-old Lancashire coach previously held the job between 2007 and 2009, but was dismissed after disappointing results and a personality clash with then captain Kevin Pietersen.
If Moores is, as expected, appointed to replace his own successor then current limited-overs coach Ashley Giles would appear to be out of a job.
Reigning champions Wigan turned on the style to end the 100 per cent First Utility Super League record of rivals St Helens in a Good Friday derby of pure quality in front of a sell-out Langtree Park crowd of 17,980.
England second-rower Liam Farrell produced two devastating finishes to score two of the Warriors' five tries and former St Helens scrum-half Matty Smith kicked six goals and a drop goal in a 33-14 victory, Wigan's fifth in a row that takes them to within four points of their table-topping rivals.
Luis Suarez is one of three Liverpool players nominated for the Professional Footballers' Association's player of the year award.
The Uruguayan, who heads the Premier League scoring charts with Liverpool at the top of the table, is joined by Reds strike partner Daniel Sturridge and captain Steven Gerrard on the six-man list which was announced by the PFA on Friday.
Also nominated for the top prize are Chelsea forward Eden Hazard, Manchester City playmaker Yaya Toure and Southampton midfielder Adam Lallana.
Suarez is the firm favourite to land the award after a stellar season in which he has already scored 29 league goals.
Hazard and Sturridge are also nominated for the young player of the year prize, along with Southampton left-back Luke Shaw, Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey, Everton midfielder Ross Barkley and Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says his team can deal with pressure ahead of the game against Norwich on Sunday.