Conor McGregor is looking to make history by becoming the first man to hold two UFC titles consecutively when he takes on Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205. The featherweight champion makes his lightweight debut in the promotion against the division's king-pin as they headline what is set to be the biggest card in history. Follow the action live with Sportsmail's WILL GRIFFEE as he brings you live updates with SPENCER MORGAN providing colour from Madison Square Garden.
Premier League average salary reaches £2.4 MILLION as Manchester United become world's top paying club... so, where does your team rank?
NICK HARRIS - SALARY REPORT: Manchester United have the highest wages in world football according to a global survey, with the first-team squad earning £5.77million a year basic salary on average.
AUSTRIA 0-1 IRELAND - CRAIG HOPE AT THE ERNST HAPPEL STADIUM: James McClean is used to making headlines at this time of the year. But here in Vienna - as it was in Chisinau last month - it is events on the pitch which are putting his name up in lights.
GLENN HODDLE: Guardiola's indulgence may not be the right path for Stones... I'm starting to fear defender isn't learning
John Stones is at a crossroads in his career. He may only be 22 but he now has to decide whether he wants to be something really special or end up being a defender with whom managers eventually lose patience. I know that seems unlikely at City, where he has a manager for whom passing the ball out form the back is sacrosanct. And some will say that he a great environment in which to thrive. But I'm beginning to fear Stones isn't learning.
OLIVER HOLT: Southgate is a man with a plan... his principles are sound and he should get the job after Spain game
OLIVER HOLT: It is believed Gareth Southgate would accept the job if it were offered to him. His stance underlines the fact that, particularly after victory over Scotland, he holds a lot of the aces in his negotiations with the FA.
SAM PETERS AT TWICKENHAM: Injury crisis? What injury crisis? England's build-up to the first autumn international of the season may have been horribly disrupted but Eddie Jones is forging a squad blessed with depth, quality and a growing self-belief. Whisper it, but this England team are now seriously good.
NIK SIMON IN CARDIFF: Wales eased a little of the pressure on themselves following defeat by Australia, but only managed to inch past Argentina 24-20.
JONATHAN McEVOY IN SAO PAULO: Lewis Hamilton's hopes of a title heist remained alive at Interlagos when he took the 60th pole of his career ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix. The British driver is 19 points behind his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg, who was second quickest in qualifying, going into the penultimate race of the season. Although the maths are stacked against him, Hamilton's spirits are up. He arrived here with two consecutive wins and the prospect of rain on Sunday offers further hope.
Ronaldo takes centre stage in his white pants as Portugal are latest side to take part in mannequin challenge
Cristiano Ronaldo and his Portugal team-mates have become the latest side to take up the mannequin challenge sweeping the internet.
JOE BERNSTEIN IN BRUSSELS: The occasional gusts of wind that blow across Belgium's training camp in Tubize will be familiar to Roberto Martinez from his time working at Everton's Finch Farm. Yet plenty else is different, from the Eurostar trains that rattle past heading for Brussels to the world-class players on show.
Sanchez returns to Chile training despite Wenger's claims that playing the Arsenal star would be 'suicidal'
Alexis Sanchez has given Chile supporters a huge boost by taking part in Saturday's training session ahead of their World Cup qualifier against Uruguay. Sanchez, whose latest injury has caused a club versus country row, was a doubt for the upcoming clash after missing Thursday's goalless draw in Colombia.
Murray reveals the secret to his rise to No 1... and proves all those warnings about fatherhood wrong as Brit gets set for O2 bid
OLIVER HOLT - CHIEF SPORTS WRITER: There was a time, a few weeks after his daughter Sophia was born in February, when people wondered aloud whether becoming a parent would be the beginning of the end for Andy Murray as a tennis player. When he lost a match in Miami soon afterwards, television analyst Annabel Croft said pointedly that Murray looked exhausted. The inference was clear.
Stephen Smith battled bravely but ultimately came up short in his world title fight against Jason Sosa. The headline act in a night of drama in Monaco provided an entertaining spectacle with Smith knocked down in the second round. He recovered impressively but could not impact his opponent or the judges who scored the contest unanimously in the favour of the WBA 'world' super featherweight champion.
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It's a rash decision, Jose! United's boy wonder is being wasted out wide... he should be Mourinho's main man up top
KIERAN GILL - THE NUMBERS GAME: Marcus Rashford's preferred position is through the middle. It was from there that he introduced himself to the world with debut goals in the Premier League, Europa League, Manchester derby and on the international stage for England last season. Yet he has since been shoved to the wing, where he is shooting, scoring and dribbling less and creating fewer chances this season than last.
Gotze, Gundogan and fellow Germany stars enjoy dinner in Rome following 8-0 thrashing of San Marino in World Cup qualifying
Germany's football stars were in the mood to celebrate following their emphatic 8-0 demolition of San Marino and a four-strong party took to Rome to dine and mark the occasion in style. Borussia Dortmund star Mario Gotze headed up a party who enjoyed dinner in the Italian capital, fresh off the back of their football masterclass. Gotze was joined with Premier League stars Ilkay Gundogan and Shkodran Mustafi, along with Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen.
The Sherwood effect! 'Director of Football' picks Swindon team and even delivers half time team talk in Charlton win
Tim Sherwood's reign as director of football at Swindon Town started in perfect fashion as they brushed aside Charlton Athletic 3-0 in Sky Bet League One. The former Tottenham Hotspur manager was appointed on Thursday to work alongside head coach Luke Williams in a move described by chairman Lee Power as 'one of the biggest appointments the club has ever made.' Sherwood watched the action from the stands at the County Ground, but went down to the changing rooms to speak to the players at half-time.
The stars of Brazil wasted no time getting back into action following their emphatic win over Argentina, and manager Tite lead the way by showing his men how it's done. The 55-year-old coach jumped into a training session as the Samba stars got back to the pitch after an enjoyable 3-0 win over their closest rivals. The Brazilians appeared, understandably, to be in high spirits as they partook in a light training session in Minas Gerais.
Juventus left back Patrice Evra and Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba are seen singing and dancing questionably to Marvin Gaye's classic 'Let's Get It On' song in their hotel. Evra, who just recently posted a video of himself dancing in a Panda suit on social media in an anti-racism message to his followers, again took to Instagram to post his latest antics.
Iwobi shows off his skills with stunning 'rainbow flick' in Nigeria's World Cup qualifying win over Algeria
Alex Iwobi certainly made a big impression for Nigeria against Algeria, as he executed a perfect 'rainbow flick' over an opposing defender before controlling the ball expertly. Even though the whistle had already gone following an earlier foul, the move conjured images of Brazilian star Ronaldinho in his pomp and showcased the youngster's undoubted ability.
The best Mannequin Challenge yet? LeBron and Cleveland Cavaliers rope in Michelle Obama for brilliant video at the White House
Cleveland Cavaliers celebrated their NBA Finals triumph with a visit to the White House - and a Mannequin Challenge with the First Lady. The Cavs, who rallied from behind to defeat the Golden State Warriors and end a Cleveland pro sports title drought stretching back to 1964 earlier this year, enjoyed a presidential welcome on Thursday. And they made the most of the occasion, filming two separate challenges in which all involved hold a pose as if frozen in time.
Pliskova wins marathon match but Garcia levels Fed Cup final at 1-1 between France and Czech Republic
The Fed Cup final is delicately poised at 1-1 between France and Czech Republic as Karolina Pliskova and Caroline Garcia claimed victories on the opening day. Pliskova recovered from a second-set blip to beat Mladenovic 6-3, 4-6, 16-14 after the French player came close to achieving a stunning comeback on the indoor hardcourt at Rhenus Sport arena. Garcia later levelled the tie for the hosts with a 7-6, 6-3 win over Petra Kvitova.
Ouch! Vonn posts pictures of horrific arm break on Facebook after undergoing surgery following crash
Lindsey Vonn broke her arm during a crash in training in Colorado and underwent surgery. The four-time overall World Cup champion has been battered by injuries in recent years and hopes to return to skiing 'as soon as possible.'
Who is the most under-rated player in the Premier League? From Fernandinho to Milner (and a couple of Burnley boys), our reporters pick their unsung heroes
The likes of Sergio Aguero, Alexis Sanchez and Phillippe Coutinho will never be short of superlatives, with managers, players, pundits and fans queueing up to praise the Premier League's superstars. But there are plenty of unsung heroes plying their trade in the top flight, turning in consistently strong performances but never quite grabbing the attention like their more illustrious team-mates - usually because they score less goals. So who are the most underrated players in the Premier League? Sportsmail asked our team of experts to name their favourites...