The Old Firm is one of the most iconic fixtures in world football. While Celtic and Rangers have had contrasting fortunes over the past few years, the rivalry between the two Glasgow club’s still remains. But as Rangers welcome their rivals to Ibrox on Saturday lunchtime, they must be realistic about what they can get from the game. By David Ronney
After another two dominant performances last weekend, it’s already looking as if the Premier League will be going to Manchester. City and United currently top the table with identical records and after such a strong start to the season, it’s hard to see how any other side can keep up. By Gregor Kerr.
Detroit Lions to upset Atlanta Falcons? Philadelphia Eagles to beat the New York Giants? Baltimore Ravens to win in London? Enough of the guesses, here’s what IS going to happen. Welcome to Papi’s previews. By Cameron Storer.
Aston Villa’s slow start to the new season is beginning to alarm fans. A swift Premier League return was expected last campaign but in reality it never looked likely. Now, in Steve Bruce’s first full season in charge, Villa fans are continuing to see more of the same. The slump needs to end, and quickly. By Bryce Donaldson.
France will host Belgium in the Davis Cup final after making it past Serbia and Australia respectively, but it wasn’t always straight forward. These were two highly competitive semi-finals. By Suzanne Oliphant
Another week in the NFL equals another Bengals defeat, and another week of pressure on Marvin Lewis. Elsewhere, the Patriots struck back, the Cowboys were brought back down to earth and the Falcons look the real deal in their new home. By Cameron Storer.
Benetton Treviso managed to dash Edinburgh’s hopes of starting their 2017/18 season unbeaten as the Italian team, who have not won outside of their country in 41 games, silenced the capital club with a 20-17 defeat. By Erin McRitchie
It isn’t often that a national championship is more popular than its international equivalent, but in the case of the British Touring Car Championship, it’s hard to argue otherwise. The BTCC’s revolutionary format and extraordinary ability to adapt to its external factors have all helped it become the biggest racing series in the UK. By Luke Barry