Gianfranco Zola has been handed a tough test as he enters his second year in the West Ham hotseat.
The Irons entertain Liverpool looking for their first league victory since winning 2-0 at Wolves on the opening day of the season.
With things going well of late, Charlton fans can be forgiven for looking over their shoulder expecting bad news, such has been the trend over the last few seasons.
But on the back of their best ever start to a campaign and news Jonjo Shelvey is staying, fans favourite Rob Elliot has now pledged his future to the Addicks by signing a new contract.
Millwall entertain Huddersfield tomorrow boosted by better news on their injury problems.
The Lions looked short of players after Neil Harris and James Henry limped off during last Saturday's 2-0 defeat at Gillingham.
The recession is still with us but one Wharf-based bank is already working with its customers to prepare for the economic upturn.
Carol Bagnald is the London regional director of HSBC's commercial banking team and she believes this is the perfect time for SMEs to reorganize and prepare for the end of the downturn.
Ben Hur at The O2
IN A NUTSHELL
A live action spectacular brings the iconic chariot race to life with an impressive sense of realism and excitement.
The campaign for IRA victims to receive compensation from the Libyan government gathered pace this week with a motion supporting the claims backed by Parliament.
DUP MPs Jeffrey Donaldson and Nigel Dodds tabled the motion on Monday which called for pressure to be put on Colonel Gaddafi.
Barclays opened its new look flagship branch in Canary Wharf today with a host of special events and celebrity appearances.
Former England footballer Teddy Sheringham and ex-Wimbledon champion Pat Cash were both on hand to meet the public, while Britain's Got Talent winners Diversity put on a show.
Andrew Young of Quo Vadis Styling is the fashion guru who's helping Wharf men update their wardrobes.
His one-on-one service, priced at £89 includes an initial consultation and a two-hour shopping session in Canary Wharf or Central London, where he advises what's hot and what's not.
When supermarket staff found a woman on the floor, clutching a bag of dried chickpeas, they were initially concerned for her health.
The woman was sculptor Wendy Taylor and she hadn't been working too hard, she had just discovered the perfect material to recreate the shell of a dung beetle with, so naturally was working out how much she would need to buy.
Triple Olympic gold medallist Ben Ainslie was shooting the breeze in Canary Wharf this afternoon.
Britain's greatest Olympic sailor and has packed a lot into his 32 years and has spilled the beans in his autobiography Close To The Wind.