If you are running the London Marathon this weekend or planning to watch from the side lines here is your guide to the day's weather.
Chelsea will find out who they will face in the Champions League semi-finals during Friday's draw in Switzerland.
The London Marathon is set to cause travel disruption across the capital this weekend.
British Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton has won his third consecutive Grand Prix by clinching first place in China.
The victory follows wins in the season's second and third races held in Malaysia and Bahrain.
Hamilton is chasing a second F1 championship after claiming the title in 2008.
Crystal Palace secured their place in next season's Premiership with a 1-0 win over East London rivals, West Ham. The only goal of the game was a penalty scored by The Eagles' Mile Jedinak.
Everyone inside Upton Park got up in the 38th min to applaud for West Ham's #38 Dylan Tombides - who lost his life. http://t.co/AYxPpxzlUR
Relegation strugglers, Fulham failed to make it three wins in a row after losing 3-1 to Spurs at White Hart Lane. Paulinho opened up the scoreline, then Fulham's Steve Sidwell equalised. Goals then followed from England under 21 striker, Harry Kane and defender, Younes Kaboul.
Fulham will take on Spurs later this afternoon. The West Londoners are making great strides in their relegation battle, having won their last two games. On loan midfielder, Lewis Holtby is ineligible to play in this match.
However, Mousa Dembele, may be included in Tottenham's starting line up against his old team, after recovering from a hip injury.
Crystal Palace football club will hold a minute's silence after the death West Ham player Dylan Tombides, who died today of testicular cancer.
Following the passing of @whufc_official striker Dylan Tombides, age 20, there will be a minutes applause ahead of game at Upton Park.
Fellow footballers and friends of Dylan Tombides have been paying tribute to the West Ham star on Twitter. The club has confirmed his death today after a lengthy battle with cancer.
Such heart breaking news. Dyl you were a great friend, a great player and most of all a great person. I'm blessed and privileged to have...
Incredibly sad to hear the news about Dylan Tombides. He was always so positive despite his illness. All my thoughts are with his family. dg
Dylan Tombides, who has died aged 20, was a "larger than life character" who was "respected by everyone who knew him", West Ham United said in a statement.
The striker had been battling testicular cancer for nearly three years.
A club statement said:
"Dylan's amazing resilience and positivity saw him through months of surgery and chemotherapy, while his outstanding talent saw him make his first-team debut in a League Cup tie with Wigan Athletic at the Boleyn Ground in September 2012.
Away from the pitch, Dylan did a huge amount of work to raise awareness of male cancer, supporting the One for the Boys campaign at a number of high-profile events alongside the likes of Hollywood star Samuel L. Jackson, snooker star Jimmy White and fellow Australian Peter Andre.
– West Ham United Football Club
Dylan was respected by everyone who knew him for his intelligent views on the game and his larger than life character. He was a loving son, amazing brother and well-respected member of the West Ham squad. He will be hugely missed by everyone who had the honour of knowing him."
West Ham United striker Dylan Tombides has died aged 20 following a long battle with testicular cancer.
The club confirmed that the Australia-born player, who was diagnosed with the disease in summer 2011, died on Friday morning with his family by his side.
There will be a minute's applause in tribute to the young footballer at West Ham's game against Crystal Palace tomorrow at Upton Park.
West Ham players will also wear black armbands in his memory.