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Much needed: A couple of Diego Costa goals against Spurs would not go amiss, thank you very much

Bridge Banter: Chelsea need to beat Tottenham Hotspur to complete the turnaround

Flanked: London Wasps youngster Owain James, centre, with London Welsh minis chairman Gareth Vaughan Jones, left, and Welsh first team player Guy Armitage.

London Welsh: Former exile James knows where his Welsh roots are

Playmaker: Oli Grove starts at fly half tonight for London Scottish

London Scottish: Horne keen to keep good form going at Bristol

Entertainment: X Factor finalist Misha B performs at Big Game 4

Harlequins: Quins' marathon man Varley will not be late for Big Game kick-off

Reaching across the waves: Rob Cornell and Geoff Hawley of Radio WDON

A Don from across the pond: I love the smell of Radio WDON in the mornings

Focused: Charlie Edwards may be making waves on the pro circuit, but he is not getting ahead of himself

Boxing: Success, fame and fortune will not turn Edwards' head from his world title dream

Showdown: The lightening rods grand final takes place at Plough Lane on Sunday

Motorsport: Plough Lane prepares for four-some night of oval racing action

Pedal power: The kids in action during last year's Trinity triathlon

Triathlon: Volunteers key to the award-winning success of the Trinity triathlon

Double winner: Aaron McKibbin returned from the PTT China Open in Beijing with a team bronze and an individual gold medal

Table Tennis: McKibbin hailed as good sign of things to come at Rio Paralympics for Great Britain

Signing off for the year: Bradley Skeete retained his WBO European title on Monday    Picture: Eddie Lam

Boxing: Skeete stops The Wallasey Express, and now has eyes on something more

Gotcha: Weybridge Vandals full back Jonny Howe’s jinking second half run is halted by a determined Cobham defence at Brownacres on Saturday	Stuart Amos

Rugby Union: Cobham chief still expects tight title race, despite Vandals video nasty

Ready and waiting: Gareth Gardner, left, faces three fights in one night to be crowned the QBL Quest Knockout champion

Boxing: Gardner prepares to add new QBL title to middleweight and light middleweight belts

Try time: hampton School centre Zack Santos touches down in Wednesday's Schools' Cup win over Reigate Grammar School

Rugby Union: Deans triple sets Hampton well on their way

Much to shout about: AFC Wimbledon were pleased as punch to have a special face among the crowd last night

AFC Wimbledon: Face in the crowd was a "true gent"

Feeling the pain: AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley

AFC Wimbledon: Ardley has a dull pain in the proverbials after Daggers defeat

Thanks lads: Richmond's Charlie Ellison, second from left, celebrates the first of his two goals last Sunday

Hockey: Richmond hot-shot Ellison's heroics caught on camera

Happier day: James Gulliver, centre, with his family after his England U16s debut earlier this year

Harlequins: Quins youngster Gulliver suffers Champions Trophy heartache

Laura, Craig, Caroline and Ian Threadgold in happier times

Family pay tribute to runner Ian Threadgold who died on Wimbledon Common

Remember me: Surbiton's Andy Hayward scored a hat-trick against his old club on Saturday

Hockey: Surbiton's Hayward makes a point against his former club

Four of a kind: Relive the goal celebrations against Dagenham & Redbridge from the past four seasons

Four years in the making: How AFC Wimbledon celebrate a goal against Dagenham & Redbridge

Last time out: AFC Wimbledon and Wycombe Wanderers played a 1-1 draw on Saturday

AFC Wimbledon: Ardley stresses the importance of blunting the Daggers

No stopping him: Charlie Edwards enjoys the moment of victory over Phil Smith

Boxing: Edwards has the uppercut over pretender to his English crown

On target: Adebayo Azeez came off the bench to grab the Dons last-gasp leveler against Wycombe Wanderers

AFC Wimbledon: Azeez feels the hunger for more goals

Staying on: Olly Barkley remained at Welsh because he believes they have the quality to secure Premiership return

Rugby Union: Barkley believes Welsh can repeat Cardiff heroics

Down: Jason McCarthy bundles the ball home to give Wycombe Wanderers the lead at AFC Wimbledon

Football: AFC Wimbledon boss disappointed by weak officials

Tough weekend: Wimbledon's Lauren Seaman, ,left, in action in the 1-0 defeat at home to Sevenoaks

Double blow for Wimbledon Hockey Club

Flourishing: Kingston's minis have already collected silverware this season

Rugby Union: Veteran Maisey still playing the field for growing Kingston

Not this time: Rosslyn Park went down 10-32 at home to Loughborough Students on Saturday

Rugby Union: Rosslyn Park come undone in their own backyard

Uncertain future: Ks do not know where their future lies should Kingsmeadow sale go through

House of Payne: There must be room for Ks at Kingsmeadow?

Turn that frown upside down: Victory over Norwich City could lift Chelsea to the lofty heights of 14th in the Premier League table           Picture: Staph Ousellam

Bridge Banter: Visit from the Canaries just what the doctor ordered to cure the Blues

On standby: Giselle Ansley, centre, has been dropped from the Team GB hockey squad to make way for Crista Cullen

Hockey: Cullen comeback sees Surbiton's Ansley left behind

Glad to be involved: Karleigh Osborne is loving life at AFC Wimbledon right now			               SP94023

AFC Wimbledon: Osborne delighted to be part of something special

Dual meaning: Hamilton the musical

A Don from across the pond: The AFC Wimbledon season, let's call it a musical of revolutionary glory

Playing it cool: Sutton & Epsom head coach Lee Cholewa

Sutton & Epsom: Beware the underdog, says coach Cholewa

Come of age: AFC Wimbledon striker Adebayo Akinfenwa

AFC Wimbledon: The Beast comes of age against the boo boys

Back in the hood: Cardiff Blues, pictured in pink, return to west London on Saturday

Rugby Union: Davies his chance at Welsh but wants more

Big night: Can Tyler Proudlock make Plough Lane his own this weekend?

Motorsport: Can an 11-year-old shine under the Plough Lane lights?

Double whammy: AFC Wimbledon and Neal Ardley face back to back games at the Cherry Red Records stadium

AFC Wimbledon: Ardley wants performances that will mean results take care of themselves

Expectant: London Scottish forwards coach Tim Payne

Rugby Union: Scottish expect another win at Cardiff Blues

New kid on the block: Harlequins' Jack Clifford touches down in England colours against the Barbarians in May

Rugby Union: Rising star Clifford to skipper Harlequins

Committed: AFC Wimbledon's Karleigh Osborne is forming a solid defensive partnership with Paul Robinson          Picture: David Hollins

Football: Osborne thriving on solid defensive partnership at AFC Wimbledon

New challenge: Joey Essex, centre, will take to the track at the Olympic stadium this weekend under the guidance of Tom Onslow-Cole

Motorsport: Onslow-Cole set to teach Joey Essex how to drive

The search is on for Kingstonian to find a new ground as AFC Wimbledon voted overwhelmingly in favour of plans to sell Kingsmeadow to Premier-League champions Chelsea.

AFC Wimbledon vote to sell Kingsmeadow to Chelsea as return to Plough Lane becomes a step closer

Last time out: Charlie Edwards beat Louis Norman at the O2 Arena to become the English flyweight champion        Picture: Lawrence Lustig

Boxing: Being part of "hated England" amateur scene has spurred Edwards on to greatness

Pleased as punch: Neal Ardley was delighted to pick up a point at Portsmouth, but the Dons had gone to pick up three...

Football: No buses parked at Portsmouth as AFC Wimbledon pick up hard-earned point

Key role: Wimbledon's Stephen Ebbers, right

Hockey: Wimbledon take bragging rights off Surbiton after a five-goal thriller

It's on: Sutton & Epsom drive for the winning try           Pictures: Dave Jackson

Rugby Union: Resolute Sutton & Epsom open the gap at the top

AFC Wimbledon will announce today the result of their Back in Two Ticks campaign

AFC Wimbledon set to announce plans to sell Kingsmeadow

Bayo Akinfenwa with Pudsey Bear before the bench press

World's strongest footballer AFC Wimbledon’s Bayo Akinfenwa bench-presses Pudsey Bear for Children in Need

Up against old friends: Paul Robinson returns to Portsmouth with AFC Wimbledon this afternoon

Football: AFC Wimbledon defender ready to thrive on Pompey Chimes

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