All the reaction to Justin Rose's US Open win
Upgrade, subscribe or buy a Sky Sports Day Pass.
Arsenal fans may be happy with talk of bigger transfer budgets, but what of Arsene Wenger?
Sky Sports is the best place to find out all the key dates the 2013/14 fixture lists are announced.
All the latest transfer news brought to you by Sky Sports News.
Following the Lions' latest victory over the Waratahs, we assess how the players fared.
We look at what is on new Man City manager Manuel Pellegrini's agenda after his arrival.
Australia v West Indies ODI Series 2013
Sydney Cricket Ground
Australia stayed on course for a series sweep against West Indies after cruising to a five-wicket victory in the fourth one-day international at the SCG.
Mitchell Johnson set the tone by tearing through the Windies' top order after the tourists won the toss and chose to bat, although an unbeaten century from Kieron Pollard allowed them to recover to 220 all out.
Australia had few problems knocking off the runs as Shane Watson scored 76 to help the hosts reach the target with 5.1 overs to spare.
The victory puts Australia 4-0 up in the five-match series, with West Indies now having just one more opportunity - at the MCG on Sunday - to salvage some pride.
Looking to save some face after falling 3-0 behind in the series, West Indies made a disastrous start as they were reduced to 22-4 in the fourth opener.
Johnson removed both openers and No 3 Darren Bravo (4), while Glenn Maxwell trapped Dwayne Bravo (3) lbw to leave the tourists reeling.
That brought Pollard to the crease and he soon began to hit his stride, but he could do little to prevent wickets falling at the other end.
Pollard finished the innings on 109 not out, a knock which included 11 fours and two sixes. Lower-order batsmen Darren Sammy (25), Andre Russell (18) and Sunil Narine (23) belatedly added some support. Johnson (3-36) and Cutting (3-45) were the pick of the bowlers.
Watson, who smashed a century in the previous game in Canberra, looked set for back-to-back tons until he was undone by a wicked Tino Best delivery and caught behind.
Aaron Finch (25) and in-form Phillip Hughes (23) kept things ticking over at the other end but both were dismissed by Sunil Narine before they had the chance to go on and post big scores.
Skipper Michael Clarke (37) and late call-up Adam Voges (28) both made strong contributions, with the former dismissed just before Australia completed the win.