Norwich City have announced Daniel Farke as their new head coach.
The German arrives at Carrow Road from Borussia Dortmund where he was the second team manager and replaces Alan Irvine who had been keeping his seat warm following Alex Neill's sacking a few months ago.
Wayne Rooney has not been named in England's squad to face Scotland and France which has just been announced.
However, Kieran Trippier has been called up for the first time
After yesterday's winner we are off over to Warwick for today's nap in the 5.05pm, Close Brothers Business Finance Chandler Handicap Chase.
Selection: - Bronco Billy @ 13/8
Noel Fehily defied a big weight aboard Bronco Billy last time out at Huntingdon and he's fancied to get his head in front again today.
The son of Flemensfirth has proved his class by winning a NH flat race, a hurdle race and a chase over distances varying from 2m1f to 3m1f.
Jonjo O'Neil's 7 year old should appreciate the drop in trip today and looks as though he has more to give if his recent runs are anything to go by.
Manchester City and Manchester United have pledged £1million to help victims of the Manchester Arena attack.
The clubs issued a joint statement this morning saying "Manchester United and Manchester City Football Clubs have today come together to pledge £1million to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.
"The Red and Blue halves of Manchester have combined to support the city they have each called home for more than 120 years and which has been profoundly affected by the tragic events witnessed on Monday."