Chelsea captain John Terry will be asked to wear an anti-racism armband if he leads the team against Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League tomorrow. Terry is currently serving a domestic ban for shouting a racial insult at an opponent but he is eligible to play in tomorrow's game in Ukraine.
The European governing body UEFA is using this week's European matches to promote the 'United Against Racism' campaign after a series of racist incidents at matches. All club captains will be asked to wear the armbands during the games.
Reading boss Brian McDermott praised a clinical second half performance which sent the Royals through to the last 16 of the FA Cup.
Brighton, Reading and Aldershot have some big matches this weekend in the Fourth Round of the FA Cup.
A football fan has put himself at the centre of a flurry of Twitter attention after betting his bank details on the outcome of a match.