The 40-year-old has made just five appearances this season, all of them coming from the bench
Palace record second win in as many games while the former Arsenal striker scores in consecutive matches
The camera trap was meant to capture images of crocodiles in Australia, but a sea eagle mistook the device for something tasty to eat instead
The British and Irish Lions wing has missed the three Tests Wales have played so far
Whether by accident or design, there’s a sense of great aloneness about the Laura Marling live experience. She stands in the centre of the Usher Hall’s large stage, picked out by a spotlight and with only an interchangeable pair of acoustic guitars for comfort. Not even the usual buzzing fly presence of a guitar technician offers some respite. For reasons she “won’t go into”, she no longer travels with one, which means her shows are “pretty much fifteen percent tuning now. It’s all included in the ticket price.” Yet a stylistic aloneness doesn’t mean loneliness, and we’re very conscious of being one of the nearly three thousand-strong capacity crowd here with her, watching and listening intently.
The historical midweek win over Valencia backed up by Premier League victory
Burnley took the lead against their local rivals but both sides come away with a point after Pratley equalised midway through the first half
A round-up of the day's action in the SkyBet Championship
West Brom striker tried to force a move away from the club
The 23-year-old will remain at Liberty Stadium until 2016
Rory McIlory could be knocked from the top of the standings this weekend
Second-rower emerges as a major threat to No 7 reclaiming the armband in Cardiff
Coach calls for patience as outside-half admits to feeling the pressure before Six Nations debut
Howley may name Ospreys youngsters King and Peers in today's squad after crippling injury list all but wipes out his second row
Leinster's hopes of winning the Heineken Cup for the third season in a row were dealt a blow when they were defeated for a second time by Clermont-Auvergne, who lead Pool Five by eight points.
Christine Metcalfe claims UK Government and the EU have breached a fundamental tenet of citizens’ rights under the UN’s Åarhus Convention