Follow Mail Sport's live blog for all the latest team news, scores and updates from the Premier League's 3pm kick-offs. Leaders and reigning champions Manchester City will aim to continue their perfect start to the campaign as they host Nottingham Forest at the Etihad Stadium. Elsewhere, Crystal Palace and Fulham meet at Selhurst Park in a London derby, while Luton Town seek their first point of the season as they entertain Wolverhampton Wanderers at Kenilworth Road.
'He had lost ALL respect for me': Shannon Sharpe recalls the infamous on-air spat with Skip Bayless that led to him leaving Undisputed... as he admits being 'really, really hurt' by claim he was 'jealous' of Tom Brady
Shannon Sharpe has opened up on the on-air argument with Skip Bayless that triggered his sudden departure from FOX Sports and the show Undisputed. Sharpe and Bayless spent seven years together on Undisputed before the former left earlier this summer and joined rival ESPN show First Take, with new colleague Stephen A. Smith claiming he was 'pushed out'. However, during an appearance on Smith's podcast, Sharpe looked back at an infamous spat with Bayless which damaged their relationship and set the wheels in motion for his departure.
Aaron Judge becomes the first Yankees player EVER to hit three home runs twice in a single season as New York's star slugger enjoys a historic night in win over the Arizona Diamondbacks
Aaron Judge has etched his name into the New York Yankees history books by becoming the first ever player to hit three home runs twice in a single season. Judge was at his brilliant best as the Yankees sealed a 7-1 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday night, first hitting a three-run homer in the third inning and then a two-run shot in the fifth off rookie starter Brandon Pfaadt. It was in the seventh when New York's star slugger made history, adding his record third homer of the night by reaching the second deck in right field with a solo drive off Slade Cecconi.
Brooks Koepka quizzed about his wife's FEET in bizarre interview before the Ryder Cup - but Jena Sims sees the funny side
Brooks Koepka's Ryder Cup preparation took an unexpected twist this week when he got a grilling about his wife's feet. Koepka, the only LIV Golf representative on Team USA, was talking to Barstool Sports when its presenter/personality Jersey Jerry turned attention to Jena Sims. 'Don't take this the wrong way Brooks, please,' he said. 'What size shoe is your wife?'
After Coco Gauff tried - and failed - to turn her hand to golf, here's the other sports stars who have swapped their first love for a new one
U.S. Open winner Coco Gauff showed just two weeks ago that her skill, will and faith can lead to greatness. Gauff defeated now-World No. 1 Aryna Sabalenka in three thrilling sets after dropping the opener, en route to her maiden Grand Slam title at the tender age of 19. Though by the looks of it her genius seemed to have stayed on the hardcourt of Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing Meadows, New York.
Aaron Rodgers insists that he's 'not drinking any p***' as he recovers from an Achilles tear... adding that his reported use of the sounds of dolphins mating to recover 'was a joke'
New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers appeared on The Pat McAfee Show to address the biggest rumors facing his recovery: No, he does not drink his own urine. Speaking to McAfee and his former Green Bay Packers teammate AJ Hawk on the show being broadcast on ESPN, Rodgers - a practitioner of alternative medicine - said he doesn't indulge in any of his own bodily fluids as he recovers from a season-ending Achilles injury. Hawk seemed slightly surprised by the revelation saying that he believed the quarterback took part in such practices while he was in Green Bay.
CHRIS WHEELER: Losing to Bayern Munich is one thing but lose at Burnley and this gets messy! Erik ten Hag's cool facade is starting to crack... his Man United reign cannot afford a defeat at Turf Moor
CHRIS WHEELER: The Champions League loss to Bayern Munich in midweek followed defeats to Brighton and Arsenal. Spurs's win over United at the Tottenham Stadium last month makes it four defeats in the first six games. Let's be clear: Ten Hag has not entered basket-case territory yet. Not even close. The Dutchman is displaying the same coolness he did when navigating United through a torrid start to last season before he secured a third-place finish and won the Carabao Cup. But the first small cracks have started to appear in the calm exterior. Ten Hag's assessment of the defeats to Arsenal and Spurs were detached from the mainstream view. A man who spoke yesterday about not looking for excuses bemoaned United's luck at not being awarded penalties in both games.
Folarin Balogun misses TWO penalties as the USMNT striker suffers a nightmare full debut for new club Monaco... with his double blunder proving costly in a late 1-0 defeat by Nice
As far as nightmare debuts go, not many will trump Folarin Balogun's disastrous first start for new club Monaco. The USMNT striker got his Monaco career fully up and running on Friday after completing a $26million move from Arsenal last month, and there was plenty of expectation following his impressive loan spell with fellow French team Reims last season. Yet unfortunately for both Balogun and his new employers, his eagerly-awaited debut did not go to plan.
ESPN analyst Bart Scott SLAMMED for 'lame as f***' joke about Trevon Diggs tearing his Achilles by Dallas Cowboys teammate Micah Parsons - and Stephen A. Smith even shoots him down
ESPN analyst Bart Scott has been slammed on social media for joking about Dallas Cowboys star Trevon Diggs tearing his Achilles and having his season ended. Scott was discussing the news about Diggs with Stephen A. Smith and Ryan Clark on Friday's First Take, especially on how it may dent the Cowboy's Super Bowl hopes after two impressive wins to start the season. 'This is a major, major blow for Dallas and like Stephen. A always says "Just wait, something bad always happens",' Scott said, referring to Smith's cynicism of the Cowboys in previous seasons.
Cristiano Ronaldo shows he's as ruthless as ever, shooting blind through thick smoke to score the first of two goals in Al-Nassr's win over Al-Ahli - another big-spending team backed by Saudi Arabia's PIF
With just four minutes on the clock, Ronaldo gave his side the perfect start against an Al-Ahli side that included Roberto Firmino, Riyad Mahrez and Allan Saint-Maximin. The Portuguese forward collected a Sadio Mane pass before capitalising on some poor defending and slotting past the goalkeeper through a plume of smoke following some pre-game pyrotechnics.
Will the NFL ever have to segregate fans? Another violent incident with fans brawling mars 49ers' win vs New York Giants at the start of Week 3
Three weeks into the NFL season and the league has already received an alarming wakeup call. One that surely cannot be left ignored. The 2023 season has made headlines for all the wrong reasons with backlash to turf and concerns over player safety in the wake of season-ending injuries for Aaron Rodgers and Nick Chubb. But the most damning have come in the form of the rise of fan-related incidents, raising the unavoidable question; Is it time for the NFL to consider fan segregation?
The only LIV Golf rebel, three of 2023's four major champions, and a Captain's Pick looking to redeem himself in Rome: Meet the 12 members of the US Ryder Cup team
History has stacked the deck against the United States of America going into the 2023 Ryder Cup in Rome. An away team hasn't won the Ryder Cup since the 2012 'Miracle at Medinah'. The Americans haven't won in Europe since their two-point win at The Belfry in 1993. If there was any time for the US to change that - it would be right now, after a year where three Americans claimed major championship victories. The team assembled by captain Zach Johnson is capable of turning the tide - as none of the American group sits outside the OWGR top-25 and the team boasts a combined ten PGA Tour wins. With some of the best players golf has to offer, Mail Sport takes a closer look at the team the Americans have put together to defend their Ryder Cup title.
GRAEME SOUNESS: David Raya vs Aaron Ramsdale is great for Arsenal but I'm not having Kai Havertz... why did they pay $80m for a player with 19 Premier League goals in three years at Chelsea?
GRAEME SOUNESS: Arsenal have carried a very heavy piece of baggage into this season. The knowledge that they lost their nerve last spring. I'm sorry, but you can't dress up what happened to their last Premier League campaign any other way. They were in the box seat heading into the home stretch of the season and they didn't perform. That little seed in their heads will be there until they win that competition. But I like the Arsenal squad I see - and although it doesn't always follow that they will get better year on year, they're a group of young men who should do exactly that. We'll have a far better picture about Arsenal and Tottenham by 5pm on Sunday. The intensity of a huge north London derby and two teams playing with great confidence adds up to the first proper test that either of the clubs have faced this season. They've each played only one team in the top 10, so far - and given Manchester United's early season form, we really can't read too much into the fact that both teams have beaten them.
A-Rod's fall from grace... From the most heralded baseball prospect of his generation, to frayed friendships with Jeter, steroid bans and affairs
In 1993, Alex Rodriguez was selected first overall in the MLB Draft, kickstarting a Hall of Fame-caliber career that spanned more than two decades and produced countless memorable moments on the big stage. But while Rodriguez smashed 696 home runs, was a three-time MVP and 14-time All-Star, many remember him best as a drug cheat. That reputation resurfaced last week when ESPN reported that in 2014, Rodriguez met with two assistant US Department of Justice attorneys and seven Drug Enforcement Administration agents and handed over the names of three fellow players.
Cowboys star Trevon Diggs missed his 25th birthday party at Beyonce's Dallas show on Thursday night after tearing his ACL in practice and being ruled out for the rest of the NFL season
Diggs, who was named a Pro Bowler the last two seasons, tore his ACL during a non-contact one-on-one drill in practice Thursday. The Cowboys confirmed that Diggs will be out for the remainder of the season and not only will he miss Dallas's 2023 games but he also missed out on seeing Beyonce Thursday night. He had bought a suite at AT&T Stadium to watch Beyonce's Renaissance tour celebrate his 25th birthday, which was Wednesday, according to the Star-Telegram's Clarence Hill Jr.
Wild brawl breaks out between group of men AND women at 49ers and Giants game in San Francisco that ends up with one woman losing her WIG... in yet more shameful scenes at NFL stadiums
A violent brawl broke out between an unruly group of men and women at the 49ers and Giants Thursday Night Football match in San Francisco. In the chaotic altercation which has since gone viral, one woman was violently pulled to the ground by her hair while another lost her wig in the fracas. The video posted by @T_Stephenson1 on X, shows a man in a black 49ers jacket grappling with a woman sporting black pants and a red Niners shirt.
University of Louisville football players praised for helping to turn a flipped vehicle upright after an accident on Monday near L&N Stadium
Louisville Metro police thanked Cardinals football players on social media on Thursday for coming 'to the rescue' in helping right a flipped vehicle in an accident this week near their L&N Stadium home field. A video posted by LMPD's verified account on X, formerly known as Twitter, shows a vehicle traveling through the intersection of Central and Floyd avenues by the stadium's southeast corner on Monday afternoon. The video blurs the crash but shows at least five Cardinals players and another motorist flipping the wrecked vehicle from the driver´s side back onto its wheels before first responders arrived.
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