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.
As Scotland’s final two qualifying matches fast approach, Gordon Strachan’s men face a make or break scenario if they are to make the play-off round for the World Cup. Anything less than two victories against Slovakia and Slovenia will mean the Tartan Army will miss out on yet another tournament. Can they do it? By David Ronney
England’s squad to face Australia in two months’ time is a mix of old and new, but something doesn’t quite seem right. Rather than offering solutions to England’s problems at bat, this squad announcement only results in more problems. By Iain Leggat.
With the 2017/18 England team to tour Australia scheduled to be announced on Wednesday morning, we begin our build up to this year’s Ashes series. Here are our picks for who should make the trip in November. By Iain Leggat.
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