Jos Buttler is holding his own with the gloves in Sri Lanka

A first-ever Test stumping proved Jos Buttler is holding his own with the gloves in the alien conditions of Sri Lanka… but England’s need to rotate means Ben Foakes is likely to get his chance to shine in India England are 36 runs from victory in the first Test in Sri Lanka despite wobble Jos Buttler claimed his first-ever Test stumping on the fourth day in Galle Dilruwan Perera was

Gary Neville talks up Frank Lampard vs Jose Mourinho amid Liverpool title battle

Don’t wait 30 years – sign up for our daily football email newsletter today! Gary Neville believes Jose Mourinho and Frank Lampard could go head-to-head for the Premier League title this season amid Liverpool ’s injury crisis. Mourinho’s Tottenham currently sit top of the table following their 2-0 win over Manchester City on Saturday, with reigning champions Liverpool in second place on goal difference. It is Lampard’s Chelsea who occupy

Jos Buttler hopes England can follow World Cup-winning formula

Jos Buttler hopes England can follow the formula of their thrilling World Cup victory last year to triumph in the 20-over version as squad jets off to South Africa for white ball series England are heading to South Africa for three ODIs and three Twenty20 games The countdown begins in earnest for two T20 tournaments in next two years Jos Buttler hopes England can replicate their 50-over success at World

Millwall 0-3 Huddersfield: Josh Koroma scores in comprehensive Terriers win

Report and highlights from the Sky Bet Championship clash at The Den Saturday 31 October 2020 18:41, UK Pipa struck his first goal for Huddersfield as they picked up a deserved 3-0 win at Millwall, whose Covid-19 tribulations seemed to finally catch up with them. The Lions’ entire first-team coaching staff are self-isolating following positive tests for manager Gary Rowett and two other staff members and they will have watched,

Arsene Wenger unruffled by Jose Mourinho’s ‘permanent provocation’ in ‘kindergarten’ rivalry

Arsene Wenger has brushed off Jose Mourinho’s reaction to being left out of the Frenchman’s autobiography despite their fiery touchline clashes over the years, saying that dealing with the Portuguese made him feel like he was in kindergarten again. Wenger’s autobiography, “My Life in Red and White”, looks at his 22 years at Arsenal but failed to mention his duels with Mourinho, whose Chelsea side dethroned the Frenchman’s ‘Invincibles’ in

Gareth Bale gave clear answer to important first question from Jose Mourinho

Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has revealed the first question he asked new signing Gareth Bale, as well as the Welshman's response. The 31-year-old rejoined the North London club on loan during the summer transfer window, having made a name for himself there before his big-money move to Spanish giants Real Madrid in 2013. Upon his return, he was asked by his new boss to specify his preferred position. "One of

Bale’s telling reaction to Mourinho appointment as Spurs rival Man Utd for deal

Real Madrid have made it clear Bale has no future at the club and are ready to fund half of his £600,000-a-week wages to let him depart on loan. The Welsh winger is open to a loan switch back to the Premier League although he would prefer a Premier League deal. And he could be left with a choice between a return to Tottenham, who he quit for Real Madrid

Mauricio Pochettino on why Jose Mourinho is the manager Tottenham need

‘Jose is the perfect man to finish what I started’: Mauricio Pochettino on why Mourinho is the manager Tottenham need, their ‘unlucky’ defeat by Liverpool in the Champions League final and why not winning a trophy doesn’t mean he failed Mauricio Pochettino says Jose Mourinho is the perfect successor at Tottenham  The former Spurs boss has also opened up about his friendship with Mourinho  Pochettino reflected on Tottenham’s Champions League

Jos Buttler: England wicketkeeper admits to 'some anxieties' over return to action

England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler says he feels some apprehension about leaving the coronavirus-enforced lockdown to return to action. There will be no cricket played until at least 1 July, but details on how England players can train are set to be revealed on Thursday. “As the time has gone on, you find your new routine, get used to being at home,” said Buttler. “Naturally there are some anxieties about leaving