Producers claim new adaptation of DH Lawrence novel 'almost porn', but there's no swearing or nudity
Premier League game of the week: can misfiring Gunners kick-start their season at St James' Park?
Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United could be in for some nasty surprises in the Champions League draw
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England are crushed at The Oval but still celebrate Ashes series triumph as another Test fails to go the distance
Tony Pulis has twice beaten Jose Mourinho. Can he become the first man to manage it three times as the wounded Blues visit the Hawthorns?
Several stars are in the last chance saloon as England head to Paris for final warm-up match
With Mourinho already in the trenches, it will be up to City to take the game to Chelsea on Sunday
Policing concerns over the EDL and Champions League fixture mean United and Villa play first Friday match since 2003
Can the Ulsterman see off his challenger after overcoming the ankle injury that ruled him out of The Open
Can Jordan Spieth win his third major of the year or will Rory McIlroy make a winning return to the fairways?
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will be unveiled in New York and London on Thursday – but UK release date remains unclear
England begin World Cup preparations against France after Australia sound a warning with win over New Zealand
The new Premier League season begins at Old Trafford where new look Man Utd face Spurs without David de Gea
Chelsea remain the favourites to defend their title, but Gunners can pip them to the post with Man United and Man City in pursuit
The new season kicks off on Saturday, are Man United and Man City a better bet than Arsenal and Chelsea?
How will players and managers adapt to new the rules and a technical area code of conduct?
Who will win the race for the Championship? Should you back favourites Derby, or will Forest finally come good?
New-look Liverpool take on Stoke in their first game of the season, but who will be in the team?
Rival managers Wenger and Mourinho resume hostilities on Sunday after a week of verbal sparring