After another busy weekend of domestic football, the international break returns with England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland all in Word Cup qualifier action.
We'll have build up to all those games as well all the big news from the Premier League, Football League, Women's Super League and across Europe. Whatever happens today, stick with us. We have it all covered...
Roma striker Tammy Abraham has been called up to the England squad!
He has impressed in Serie A this term and now will join up with the team ahead of the matches v Andorra and Hungary.
This Thursday, at 7.45pm, "Hello Georgie, Goodbye Best" - a play about one of Manchester United's greatest ever players will be shown at Hotel Football.
George Best will never be forgotten: “The loneliest moment in someone's life is when they are watching their whole world fall apart and all they can do is stare blankly”.
Manchester City have the highest value squad in world football, according to the CIES Football Inventory.
- Manchester City: £1.09bn
- Manchester United: £1.03bn
- Chelsea: £809m
- Barcelona: £766m
- Bayern: £761m
As part of our greatest Premier League XI series taking place this week, we are also profiling key highlights of each player's career.
We start with Petr Cech, who conceded just 13 goals and kept 24 clean sheets in his first season in English football.
David Ornstein at The Athletic has reported Nuno has a two-year contract that includes a clause allowing Spurs to release him next summer without paying compensation if he doesn't secure a top six Premier League finish.
They currently sit 8th with four wins from their first seven games of the season, one place behind Brentford.
Over the international break, The Sportsman will be revealing the greatest Premier League XI of all time.
Today we began with the goalkeeper - none other than Chelsea man, Petr Cech.