The only place to watch the race for the title live
Watch highlights from every Football League match
Why Hamilton's driving better than ever, it's all in the head for Vettel, and Kimi loses his way.
Follow the latest from the written press with the best gossip and speculation from the papers.
Jose Mourinho got under Atletico Madrid's skin and now has Chelsea two wins from epic glory.
How bad a season has it been for Man Utd? The worst ever? We look at other poor campaigns.
Listen to Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold's latest podcast as they discuss the state of the NFC West.
|team 1||score||team 2|
|Rep Ireland||1 - 2||Serbia|
|team 1||score||team 2|
Radomir Antic blasted referee Jorge Larrionda as his Serbia team were sent tumbling out of the World Cup finals.
The Serbians suffered a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Australia in their final Group D encounter and a draw would have been enough to see them finish second on goal difference.
Serbia missed a host of chances to grab the decisive goal that would have sent them through and Marko Pantelic's late miss was an indictment of the opportunities spurned - although the substitute had his blushes spared somewhat by a marginal offside decision.
But the manager was unhappy at the decision of Larrionda not to award a penalty to his team after Tim Cahill - who had put the Socceroos in front - appeared to handle.
And the coach put the blame on the officials as the reason behind his team returning back home to Europe after the first round.
The 61-year-old said: "The referee, including the fourth official, did not want to see a foul that was quite obvious.
"We are angry when it came to this decision. We did not get fair treatment, we deserved more than we did get and we have to go home now.
"The ref had a black day when it came to Serbia."
Antic could have few complaints about his team's exit after wasting a plethora of chances throughout the match.
Milos Krasic was the first culprit as he rounded Aussie keeper Mark Schwarzer after 12 minutes but could only fire wide, meanwhile Nikola Zigic also wasted an opportunity.
Pantelic's stoppage-time miss could have proved most costly had the flag stayed down and the striker found the net, as a goal would have been enough to relegate Ghana - who lost to Germany in the group's other match - into third on goal difference.
Pantelic had hauled his side back into proceedings with his 84th minute goal to give his team hope, the strike ensuring a nervy finish after Brett Holman had earlier doubled the Australian advantage.
Falling two behind looked to have all but ended Serbian hopes, however their near comeback left their boss praising their courage.
He added: "This was a game of good quality. I cannot reproach any of my players for their effort.
"We had plenty of opportunities but in the end I think that we didn't get fair treatment.
"We deserved much more than we got. We have to go back home now."
Sky's live showing of Saturday's home game with Stranraer should be a carnival atmosphere for every Rangers supporter as they celebrate seeing Ally McCoist and his players raise the SPFL League 1 trophy.
Sky Sports Scout is our exciting feature where we scour the globe, in partnership with Wyscout, looking out for the best talent and bring you a report on what we find.
Some see Fernando Torres as a figure of fun but he saved face in front of his own, writes Adam Bate.
Read the thoughts and opinions of Jamie Carragher with skysports.com
FIFA president Sepp Blatter says he plans to talk to Michel Platini about the punishments handed out to the Serbian FA.
Harry Redknapp feels Serbia should have been more harshly dealt with over racist chanting during England U21 clash.
England U21 pair Steven Caulker and Thomas Ince have been banned for their parts in the post-match melee in Serbia.
The Football Association looks set to appeal bans given to England U21 duo Steven Caulker and Thomas Ince.
Full run down of the sanctions imposed by UEFA in the wake of England's U21 clash with Serbia, with both nations facing punishment.