KIERAN GILL AT THE CHIGWELL CONSTRUCTION STADIUM: West Ham eased aside non-league Dagenham & Redbridge as James Collins pulled up injured.
Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford's excellent distribution skills could prove a key factor for Gareth Southgate as he bids to solve England's goalkeeping dilemma.
PAUL NEWMAN IN AUCKLAND: The midnight curfew while on tour that Andrew Strauss imposed on the players during the Ashes is to stay in place not just for the rest of this winter but beyond.
EXCLUSIVE BY MIKE KEEGAN: Liverpool will speed up plans to revamp Anfield - and are already speaking to companies about sponsoring their new stand.
EXCLUSIVE BY MATT LAWTON: England's footballers have undergone 'unpleasant', potentially controversial asthma tests in preparation for this summer's World Cup.
DEREK LAWRENSON IN AUSTIN: For 10 holes on Wednesday, Rory McIlroy suffered such a rude awakening following his heroics at the Arnold Palmer Invitational it was positively obscene.
CHARLES SALE - SPORTS AGENDA: The FA have turned the foyer of the Hilton Hotel at St George’s Park into a games room for the England teams staying there.
England start their road to redemption after the 4-0 hammering in the Ashes in Auckland on Thursday morning as they take on New Zealand in a two-Test mini-series. The action starts at 1am GMT.
A clash between Joshua, Britain's IBF and WBA heavyweight champion, and WBC belt-holder Wilder for the undisputed world title would be one of the biggest bouts in world boxing.
As the Premier League enters it's final stretch, Sportsmail reporters have given their review of the season so far from player of the year to their wishes for the remainder of the campaign.
EXCLUSIVE BY JACK GAUGHAN: The decision comes as the FA are completely restructuring the pyramid, including a full-time Super League division for the first time ever.
The Football Association have confirmed that ticket prices for this season's FA Cup semi-finals and final will be increased for the first time in three years, just hours after the dates were confirmed for fans.
The Premier League’s highest-paid player on £600,000 a week has scored just one goal in 10 United matches and was dropped to the bench for the FA Cup win over Brighton last weekend.
Ireland were crowned Grand Slam champions with a 24-15 victory at Twickenham on Saturday that condemned the hosts to a third consecutive defeat and their worst performance since 1987.
Fernando Alonso has played down McLaren's reliability concerns, saying pre-season testing problems have been fixed and the car will be '100 per cent' ready for the Australian Grand Prix.