Millwall have the lure of an FA Cup second round tie against Staines Town should they progress past AFC Wimbledon this evening.
The Lions will be without winger James Henry for the game at the Den as the loanee's parent club Reading don't want him cup tied.
Iain Duncan Smith's bid to lead the country from the inside ended with his removal from the Conservative party leadership in 2003.
The politician is now trying to influence Britain from the political fringes, at the helm of the Centre for Social Justice think-tank.
David Haye is already planning the first defence of his world heavyweight title and it could be at The O2.
Bermondsey-born Haye won the WBA version of the crown when he defeated giant Russian Nikolai Valuev on points in Nuremburg on Saturday.
If Charlton punch their ticket for the Championship at the end of the season, embarrassments like this will whisper away into the back of the mind.
Of course, now they've got all the time in the world to think about the league, unless they're planning on placating their fans with the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
Rock and Roll legend Chuck Berry will not be appearing in Limehouse after all.
The man behind Johnny B Goode and Roll Over Beethoven has cancelled his appearance at the Troxy on November 28. His only London show will now be a date at Hammersmith Town Hall the previous day.
West Ham manager Gianfranco Zola was a magical player but he's finding life a lot harder in the hotseat as his side continue to struggle.
Yesterday's 2-1 defeat at home to Everton highlighted the deficiencies in Zola's team but the Italian seemed at a loss as to how to deal with them.
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Is it really FA cup time already?
Well, not if you're currently nibbling on your Premier League prawn sandwiches at the Emirates Stadium, but it's been a few years since Charlton stomped around in that division.
West Ham will be looking to build on the momentum created from Wednesday night's 2-1 victory over Aston Villa.
Gianfranco Zola's men claimed only their second league win of the season and need more points against Everton on Sunday to consolidate their mid-table position.
Former undisputed world heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis is backing David Haye to win his title fight against Nikolai Valuev tomorrow.
Bermondsey-born Haye face the 7ft 2ins Russian in Germany hoping to become Britain's first world champion in the top division since Lewis hung up his gloves in 2003 writes Steven Davies.