Depeche Mode, O2, Saturday February 20
IN A NUTSHELL
Depeche Mode's stylish return to The O2 helps ease bus-based pain, writes Geoff Cowart.
West Ham will head to Old Trafford tomorrow night in good heart after comfortably dispatching relegation rivals Hull at Upton Park on Saturday.
Goals from Valon Behrami, Carlton Cole and Julien Faubert - his first for the club - put some distance between the Irons and the others around them in the Premier League's lower reaches.
Back in November, the Lions played a struggling Wycombe team, cresting on the wave of a great run. They crashed to defeat.
In February, the story was the same, as a Julian Kelly goal punted Millwall out of the playoff places.
Millwall's late win against Exeter may not have been met with the same fanfare as their defeat of Norwich, but it opened up a further two points on Huddersfield in the play-off race.
Second-bottom Wycombe could in theory provide the Lions with a sixth straight win.
Charlton have the ideal opportunity to strike back after the misery of defeat against Bristol Rovers with two home games in a week.
First off is Yeovil who have won just one point out of the last four games.
It will be all guns blazing for West Ham as they look to put some distance between themselves and relegation rivals Hull.
Carlton Cole, Mido and Ilan will all be vying to take on the Tigers' porous defence, although one of the strikers will have to settle for a place on the bench.
East London is in grave danger of missing out on a lasting legacy from the Olympics, according to a London Assembly report.
A study by the economic development, culture, sport and tourism committee into the 2012 Games says there needs to be more ambitious targets for employment and thousands of new homes made available to local people.
IN A NUTSHELL
A waist band busting feast of Turkish delights just across the water from Canary Wharf.
British Airways will look at the possibility of creating routes to more American destinations from London City.
It comes after the successful launch of the business class-only New York route from the Docklands airport this year.
The O2 arena will host the artistic gymnastics, trampoline, basketball and wheelchair basketball during the 2012 games.
Temporary structures will be built to manage vehicle and pedestrian access at the venue, which will be known as the North Greenwich Arena during the Olympics.