ITV News London's Chris Paxton is taking part in the Clipper Round The World Yacht Race. The race fleet have just visited Hong Kong.
Arsene Wenger has described Arsenal's weekend as "a major set back" and a "big worry."
The dream of a motor racing Grand Prix on the streets of London was gathering speed today after the government appeared to back the idea.
Charlton starting 11 against Sheffield United:
Hamer, Wilson, Wood, Morrison, Wiggins, Poyet, Cousins, Jackson, Harriott, Tudgay, Church.
Subs: Hughes, Dervite, Green, Ghoochannejhad, Thuram-Ulien, Nego, Ajdarevic.
Referee: Lee Mason (Lancashire)
Charlton Athletic are one win away from a trip to Wembley. They visit Sheffield United in the early kick off knowing that a win would put them in the semi-finals of the FA Cup.
Chris Powell's knocked out city rivals Sheffield United in the last round.
Today's FA Cup fixtures:
Sheffield United v Charlton Athletic (12pm)
Hull City v Sunderland (2pm)
Manchester City v Wigan Athletic (4.05pm)
Read more about Charlton in the FA Cup here http://www.itv.com/sport/football/fa-cup/match/sheff-wed-charlton-3707070/
Charges have been dropped against three football fans who were facing prosecution for using the word "Yid".
Gary Whybrow, Sam Parsons and Peter Ditchman were all hauled before magistrates after allegedly using the language at Tottenham Hotspur matches last autumn.
Today the Crown Prosecution Service said the words could not legally be counted as "threatening, abusive or insulting" in the circumstances.
– Baljit Ubhey, Crown Prosecution Service
"In considering whether a criminal offence could be proved we have to look objectively at the words used, and the context in which they were used.
As part of the review, the context of the use of the words alleged in this case was reconsidered, and we have decided that, although the same words used in other contexts could in theory satisfy the criteria for 'threatening, abusive or insulting', it is unlikely that a court would find that they were in the context of the three particular cases in question."
Police had previously warned football fans not to use the word, which is used to refer to Tottenham Hotspur fans and is regularly used in football chants.
QPR have been revealed as the biggest losers in English football with annual figures disclosing a wage bill higher than Champions League finalists Borussia Dortmund and bigger losses than Manchester City.
QPR lost £65.4million last season, when the club was relegated from the Premier League, while their debt almost doubled to £177million after the club.
No other club in English football lost more money last season - City reported losses of £51million and Chelsea of £49.4million. But while both the top-flight clubs have had impressive increases in turnover, QPR's fell to a meager £60.6million.
Debts at Queens Park Rangers have shot up to £177 million from around £91 million a year ago. Accounts filed today show the west London club lost £65.4 million pounds last season in its unsuccessful battle against relegation from the Premier League.
QPR spent £41.4 million on transfer fees and saw their wage bill increase by almost £17 million pounds to £68 million as they battled to avoid the drop.
More sports news: Jack Wilshere faces six weeks sidelines after fracture
– Arsenal/FA joint statement
Jack Wilshere has sustained a hairline fracture to the navicular bone in his left foot.
Wilshere suffered the injury during England's international match with Denmark on Wednesday night at Wembley Stadium, in which he played 59 minutes.
Following initial scans carried out by the FA on Wednesday night, further investigation by Arsenal's medical team has discovered a crack to a small bone in Jack's left foot - the navicular, an area of his foot which has not been previously injured.
Jack will require a period of approximately six weeks' rehabilitation, before starting to regain his match fitness.
- Jack Wilshere returned to the field after being treated and played on until the 59th minute
- But Arsenal followed-up the FA's initial scans and found a fracture which will see the midfielder miss the next six weeks
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere faces six weeks on the sidelines after suffering a hairline fracture in his left foot during England's friendly international with Denmark.
Wilshere frantically waved his arms in pain after his foot was caught by Daniel Agger in a challenge in the 12th minute of Wednesday's 1-0 win at Wembley.
David Luiz appeared to have his car clamped while posing for a selfie in central London.
Actor Colin Newell spotted the Chelsea star near Charing Cross and asked him to pose for a photo:
But a traffic warden sprung into action and a picture of his 'clamped' car was posted on Twitter.
Speaking to the Evening Standard, Colin Newell said:
"I said to him can I have a quick picture... and he forgot about his car. We took the picture and were clowning around for a bit – he’s a bit of a livewire – and when he went back to it there was a dirty great big yellow clamp on his Range Rover.
"Those clampers were fast, like ninjas. It was not a nice thing to happen. He had only left it there for five minutes."
But doubts were cast on its authenticity after Westminster Council told the Standard it stopped clamping vehicles six years ago.
Leyton Orient is asking fans to help pick the playlist for the pre-match and half-time music at the stadium.
All fans need to do is tweet the name of the song and the artist followed by the hash tag #OrientMusic. The songs are then added to the playlist of home games.
Leyton Orient FC said: "With six HUGE home games to go in the race for promotion, this is your chance to help build the atmosphere inside E10. Up the O's."