England v Scotland,KO 7.45pm at Wembley
THE Football Association will fight any fine imposed for breaching Fifa’s poppy ban, with chief executive Martin Glenn saying yesterday that the FA’s case was “rock solid.”
Friday 11th Nov 2016
posted by Morning Star in Sport
HASEEB HAMEED will become England’s youngest ever debutant opening batsman in today’s first Test — and he said yesterday that the occasion cannot come soon enough.
Hameed has been chosen as Alastair Cook’s latest opening partner — the 10th since Andrew...
Wednesday 9th Nov 2016
Vice-captain Rahane says they have a plan for new electronic reviews
Tuesday 8th Nov 2016
SCOTLAND expect Scott Brown to be fit to make his international comeback at Wembley — but striker Steven Fletcher is an injury concern.
Brown, who has reversed his international retirement for Friday’s World Cup qualifier against England, went off with a dead leg during...
Will England and Scotland’s footballers wear their poppies on Armistice Day? PETER FROST thinks the dead of too many wars demand better than these rows about symbolism
Friday 4th Nov 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
Efford wants England and Scotland to don ‘symbol of peace’
Wednesday 2nd Nov 2016
posted by Kadeem Simmonds in Sport
England have a gruelling schedule when they arrive for series
England players said the team remains on the right track yesterday as coach Wayne Bennett ponders whether to make changes following their opening Four Nations defeat.
An agonising 17-16 loss to holders New Zealand at Huddersfield on Saturday means Bennett’s men must beat both...
Tuesday 1st Nov 2016
Bangladesh bowlers highlighted Three Lions weaknesses
New Zealand drop goal puts them just out of reach at end
Monday 31st Oct 2016