Stars arrive for Christine Bleakley and Frank Lampard's glamorous wedding at St Paul's Church in central London.Read the full story ›
Chelsea's Frank Lampard is going to Buckingham Palace to collect his OBE today. The veteran midfielder who had more than 100 caps for England, is being awarded for his services to football.
Eva Carneiro's role looks set to be scaled back following her criticism by manager Jose Mourinho.Read the full story ›
Pascal Maeter spent 18 months restoring the classic 1955 Austin Healey - a 50th birthday present from his wife.Read the full story ›
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
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says the team's success so far this season won't make them complacent as they face Sunderland this evening.Read the full story ›
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho hopes having injury-hit Diego Costa fit will give them a boost against West Brom this afternoon.
It's the first of eight games in 24 days for the Blues - a prospect Mourinho has referred to as a 'beautiful' period - and will be a testing time for Premier League new boy Costa. The 26 year old missed Spain's international fixtures over the past fortnight battling hamstring and groin issues.
Mourinho said: "I always think that the Christmas period for players doing it for the first time in their career is more difficult. The English players, or those who have been here for many, many years, are more physically and, especially, more mentally adapted and prepared to cope with that incredible marathon of football we have to face."
Chelsea go into this afternoon's match at the top of the table. Kick off is at 3pm.
Elsewhere in the top flight this afternoon, West Ham are away to Everton and QPR travel to Newcastle.
The Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has hit out at international managers after several of his players came back injured from last week's Euro 2016 qualifiers. He believes that some coaches ignore advice from clubs about players who are carrying injuries.
He revealed today that striker Diego Costa will miss tomorrow's Champions League match against Maribor - the Spaniard was also unavailable for Saturday's win over Crystal Palace. In the past fortnight, Costa played twice for Spain even though Mourinho had warned that he risked picking up an injury.
Sometimes you have national coaches and medical departments that want to establish a relationship and they are interested in the players, their physical condition, their habits. Some others they simply don't care. You are not happy when you give players in good conditions and you receive the players in bad conditions.
John Terry will captain Chelsea for the 500th time this afternoon. He has been named in the Blues' team to face Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park. He will also equal Frank Lampard's Premier League appearance record of 429 games for the club.