Best bets for Sunday’s NASCAR race at Charlotte
NASCAR races for the third time in eight days, back in action Sunday (6 p.m. ET) at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Kevin Harvick and Denny Hamlin won the first two races last week at Darlington. Who will take the checkered flag this week?
ESPN.com NASCAR senior writer Ryan McGee, fantasy analyst Mike Clay and editor Scott Symmes offer their best bets for the Coca-Cola 600.
Note: Odds from Caesars Sportsbook as of Friday unless otherwise noted.
Clay: Martin Truex Jr.’s 2020 season is off to a slow start,
Swindon manager Richie Wellens earns first promotion as boss but ex-Man Utd starlet admits he feels ‘hollow’ – The Sun
RICHIE WELLENS knows he should be the happiest manager in England right now.
Following League Two’s decision to call the season early, the Swindon chief is guaranteed promotion on a points- projection system — with the Robins expected to go up as champions.
Gogglebox's The Malone family return to TikTok with Wipe It Down challenge
They’ve already been praised by viewers for ‘nailing’ a take on Boris Johnson’s lockdown speech last week.
In this week’s episode – the last of the current series – the family were also widely admired by fans after sharing an emotional moment watching Ricky Gervais’ After Life.
Is there anything they can’t do?
Gogglebox airs on Channel 4.
Man Utd players have felt safe since returning to training despite coronavirus, claims Jesse Lingard – The Sun
JESSE LINGARD says Manchester United players have felt perfectly safe since returning to training last week.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad returned to Carrington on Wednesday after the two month shutdown due to the Coronavirus.
Premier League clubs pushing for two-week delay to Project Restart as they eye June 26 date – The Sun
PREMIER LEAGUE clubs are increasingly pushing towards a June 26 restart.
We revealed yesterday how June 12 was expected to be ditched, with many also believing staging games on June 19 could be too much of a rush.
Kyle Walker returns to Man City after Covidiot’s lockdown violations including hosting two call girls – The Sun
COVIDIOT Kyle Walker has returned to Manchester City to face the music.
The England full-back is in trouble for breaking lockdown rules after hosting a party with a pal and two call girls at his home last month.
Premier League fans face ballots to watch matches with clubs briefed on vastly-reduced crowds – The Sun
FOOTBALL fans face random ballots for match tickets next season due to the Covid-19 crisis.
The Premier League’s chief medical officer Mark Gillett has predicted there are unlikely to be any capacity crowds allowed for all of the 2020-21 campaign.
Woman in critical condition after falling from four-story Bronx building
A 30-year-old woman was seriously injured in a four-story fall from a Bronx apartment building, police said Sunday.
The woman, whose identity was not released, was listed in critical condition at St. Barnabas Hospital after she plummeted from a fourth-floor window of a Marion Avenue apartment around 3:15 p.m., police said.
It was not clear if there was anyone else inside the apartment at the time, but no foul play was suspected, cops said.
The woman is expected to survive, an NYPD rep said.
Lewis Hamilton admits he considered QUITTING F1 as he lost motivation during coronavirus lockdown – The Sun
LEWIS HAMILTON has admitted he has considered QUITTING Formula One during the coronavirus lockdown.
The six-time world champion said he had days when he struggled for motivation as he has waited to discover when the 2020 season may get under way amid the pandemic.
Man Utd join Arsenal in transfer race for Adrien Rabiot with midfielder looking to end flop spell at Juventus – The Sun
MANCHESTER UNITED have joined Arsenal in the race to land wantaway Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot, according to reports.
The Frenchman is free to leave the Italian champions this summer despite only having joined from Paris Saint-Germain a year ago.
Rabiot, 25, has only managed 11 Serie A starts after struggling to cement his role in Juve's congested midfield.
Ever Banega and three Sevilla stars make grovelling apologies after breaking lockdown rules to have lunch with Wags – The Sun
FOUR Sevilla players have made grovelling apologies after breaching lockdown rules and LaLiga’s protocol to have lunch with their Wags.
Midfielder Ever Banega’s wife Valeria Juan posted the photo that landed him and his team-mates in hot water – because it showed them gathered round a table with 12 people on it instead of the maximum ten.