Arsenal fans will have their fingers crossed when the draw for the last 16 of the Champions League is made on Monday. Because they didn't win their group, they are likely to get a tough draw in the next round which starts in February. Amongst the teams they could face are the German giants Bayern Munich, who knocked them out last season, the reigning champions Real Madrid or Lionel Messi's Barcelona.
The six teams they could be drawn with are:
- Atletico Madrid
- Bayern Munich
- Real Madrid
Chelsea, on the other hand, won their group and are expected to go through to the quarter-finals, though they will not want to face the French side Paris Saint-Germain. The teams they could be drawn with are:
- Bayer Leverkusen
- Paris Saint-Germain
- Shakhtar Donetsk
Wasps said farewell to their home at Adams Park in Wycombe today with a 44-17 victory over the French side Castres. Wasps are moving to the Ricoh Arena in Coventry after deciding that staying in Wycombe was financially unviable.
The club have been based in or around London for 147 years but announced the decision to move in October. Their next game will be against London Irish next Sunday.
Sir Elton John has had a stand named after him at Watford Football Club in a ceremony before today's game at Wigan Athletic. The musician used to be Chairman of the club and is now a Honorary Life-President.
Sir Elton came onto the pitch to speak to the fans during the naming ceremony.
This is one of the greatest days of my life. I used to stand on the terraces, I never thought I'd have a stand named after me.
The Outdoor Swimming Society has held its annual December Dip at Parliament Hill Lido on Hampstead Heath. The society staged several different races including ones for contestants in fancy dress.
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Around 2,500 joggers dressed as Father Christmas will take part in a 6k charity run in Battersea Park this morning. 'The Santa Run' hopes to raise thousands of pounds for the charity Disability Snowsport UK.