It’s going to be a big weekend of sport, with England's Rugby Union and Football teams both in action.
In football, Roy Hodgson insists Wayne Rooney will go down in history as one of England's greatest players, whether he wins any silverware with the national side or not.
The England captain will make his 100th appearance against Slovenia tomorrow.
He'll be presented with a golden cap before kick-off at Wembley in the Euro 2016 qualifier.
In Tennis, Andy Murray has been speaking after his 6-0, 6-1 defeat to Roger Federer at the ATP World Tour finals in London, we see what he has to say for himself.
And in rugby, England’s Rugby Union head coach Stuart Lancaster has called on spectators at Twickenham to show more respect to opposing players, fans and match officials.
It's as the RFU continues to investigate claims of homophobic insults directed at referee Nigel Owens during last week’s match against New Zealand.