Morning Sports Update


John Terry says it’s possible his professional playing career will come to an end when he leaves Chelsea this summer.

In his penultimate appearance, he scored in a 4-3 victory over Watford at Stamford Bridge in their first game since winning the Premier League title.

Terry tells Sky Sports News, he’s not sure what he’ll do when his contract finishes

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte tells Sky Sports News, he enjoyed the 4-3 win over Watford

Chelsea can set a new Premier League record for the number of wins in a single season.

If they beat Sunderland in their final game of the campaign they’ll have a best-ever 30 victories.

Fifth placed Arsenal have a must win Premier League match at home to Sunderland tonight while fourth placed Manchester City host West Brom.

If the Gunners win and City lose they’ll be level on 72 points each with one game to go.

Liverpool are third on 73 points as three teams look for the remaining two Champions league places.

Arsenal have won six of their last eight top-flight matches. Manager Arsene Wenger says his players are doing everything they can with one target in mind

Ahead of their game with West Brom Man City boss Pep Guardiola claims he would have lost his job at previous clubs Barcelona and Bayern Munich if he’d had a season like this one.

They’ve not managed to win a trophy in his first campaign but they can secure Champions League qualification by beating West Brom.

Guardiola says a similar season would not have been tolerated by Barca and Bayern

Arsenal kick-off at 7.45 and City at 8.

A place at Wembley awaits either Reading or Fulham this evening.

They’re tied at a goal apiece ahead of their Championship playoff semi final second leg.

Kick off at the Madejski is at 7.45.


Tipperary’s appeal of Jason Forde’s suspension will be heard tonight.

As it stands a one match ban will keep him out of Sunday’s Munster Hurling Championship opener against Cork.

Forde’s punishment is related to his tangle with Wexford manager Davy Fitzgerald in the Allianz league semi final.


Roger Federer won’t play in this year’s French Open.

In a statement, the 35-year old says he is skipping the clay court season in its entirety to preserve himself in the long term.

The 18-time Grand Slam winner has returned to form this year, with victory at the Australian Open.

But Federer says an assault on Wimbledon and the US Open are his priorities this year.

Maria Sharapova will find out today if she will be granted a wild card to this year’s French Open.

The Russian only recently returned from a 15-month drugs ban, and reached the semi finals at the Stuttgart Open.

As a result, she hasn’t amassed enough ranking points to compete at Roland-Garros on merit.

But financial pressures on the organisers in Paris may lead to Sharapova gaining entry to at least the qualifying rounds.