Following a couple of below-par performances recently, Manchester United will seek redemption in the Champions League round of 16 this week, with a short trip to Seville to take on the kings of the Europa League. Preview by Kris Gourlay and Euan Archibald
Liverpool’s remaining hope of a winning a trophy this season comes in the form of a trip to Porto in the last 16 of the Champions League. The Portuguese side are currently enjoying an unbeaten league campaign and will be stern opposition in the first leg on Wednesday night. Preview by Kris Gourlay
The Winter Olympics – the coolest and most eye-catching sporting event in the world! Here is a guide of what to look out for, from the weird and the wonderful, to what promises to be an enthralling three weeks of sport. By Iain Leggat
It’s February, we’ve got a packed studio, and with the Six Nations just around the corner, optimism is high ahead of Scotland’s opener in Cardiff. In the latest ENRG Sport Podcast, the panel discuss Scotland’s chances of Six Nations glory, as well as how their rivals are shaping up. After a promising series of performances in the Autumn and with the Glasgow contingent of Stuart Hogg, Finn Russell and Ali Price in fine form, optimism in the studio is high. Can we dare to dream?
With the racing season coming to a close, we look ahead to 2018 and who we should be keeping an eye on across the world of motorsport. By Luke Barry
The ENRG Sport podcast previews the latest instalment of the fiercest rivalry in Test Cricket. It is, of course, the Ashes, with England facing Australia down under. With problems at bat, as well as all the issues surrounding Ben Stokes, can England secure another memorable away win and retain the Ashes?
Hibs return to Scottish Premiership action this weekend as they host St Johnstone. The Easter Road side have won their last four matches and will be looking to extend it to a fifth on Saturday. Featuring interviews from manager Neil Lennon and full-back Lewis Stevenson, The FRU’s David Ronney previews the upcoming fixture.
After humiliating Maribor 7-0 and setting a new record for the biggest away win in Europe two weeks ago, can Liverpool put their Premier League stutters behind them and stay top of Group E? By Kris Gourlay
As Edinburgh prepares to welcome the first top-flight derby clash since 2014, both sides go into Tuesday’s clash rightfully confident of a win. With Hearts somewhat revived, yet inconsistent under new manager Craig Levein, and Hibs scoring goals, but failing to keep them out at the other end, picking a winner is a 50/50 decision. Here’s the Hearts view, by John Menzies.
As Edinburgh prepares to welcome the first top-flight derby clash since 2014, both sides go into Tuesday’s clash rightfully confident of a win. With Hearts somewhat revived, yet inconsistent under new manager Craig Levein, and Hibs scoring goals, but failing to keep them out at the other end, picking a winner is a 50/50 decision. Here’s the Hibs view, by Gregor Kerr.