Arsene Wenger has singled out Manchester United's signing of Anthony Martial as proof there is no value in the transfer market.
Germany are champions of the world after Mario Götze's extra-time winner beat Argentina in the Maracanã. The next World Cup is scheduled to take place in Russia in 2018.
Thursday 3rd September 2015
South Korea (1/41)
Hong Kong (30)
Korea DPR (5/2)
Kuwait SC (2/9)
Saudi Arabia (1/33)
East Timor (45)
Friday 4th September 2015
Saint Vincent and The Grenadines (3/5)
El Salvador (1/2)
Saturday 5th September 2015
Antigua and Barbuda (5/2)
Tuesday 8th September 2015
|Participant name||Odds||Bookie||All odds|
World Cup 2022 Outrights
World Cup European Qualifying Group A Outrights
World Cup European Qualifying Group B Outrights
World Cup European Qualifying Group C Outrights
World Cup European Qualifying Group D Outrights
World Cup European Qualifying Group E Outrights
World Cup European Qualifying Group F Outrights
World Cup European Qualifying Group G Outrights
World Cup European Qualifying Group H Outrights
World Cup European Qualifying Group I Outrights
World Cup South America Qualifying Group Outrights
World Cup Asian Qualifying Group B Outrights
David De Gea has been included in Manchester United's Champions League squad after his move to Real Madrid collapsed.
Players' union chief Gordon Taylor has advised Saido Berahino against his strike threat to West Brom.
Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte and chief executive Charles Green have been charged with serious organised crimes offences.
Ben Coley previews Thursday's Euro 2016 qualifiers where Wales are worth a bet at 4/5 and so too are Iceland at 10/1.
New Manchester United forward Anthony Martial has not been assured he will play as a striker by manager Louis van Gaal.
West Ham have been charged by the FA with failing to control their players following Mark Noble's dismissal at Liverpool.
England midfielder Jonjo Shelvey insists he has never refused to play for his country.
Stoke midfielder Ibrahim Afellay's suspension after his red card against West Brom has been reduced to two games
Juan Mata expects Manchester United team-mate David de Gea to remain professional, despite his failed move to Real Madrid.