Brentford boss Thomas Frank expecting tough Barnet game, but believes Bees can cope without Chris Mepham

It's the fourth round of the FA Cup this weekend and the 'lost magic' brigade have come out of the woodwork to spoil the party. Try telling Barnet fans that, though. After a weekend of upsets — including last-placed League One club AFC Wimbledon’s hammering of West Ham and Millwall's last-gasp victory over Everton — non-league Barnet host Championship

These are 2018’s leading six hitters

On the sixth day of Christmas the Sports Gazette gives to you... The cricketers who have hit the most sixes in 2018 from across the cricketing world. Men’s International Test matches — Shimron Hetmyer (West Indies) The 21-year-old Guyanese left-hander has hit seventeen sixes for the West Indies this year from just ten innings in five games. Despite an

Football remembers fallen heroes of World War One at special Games of Remembrance

British Soldiers playing football in gas masks in 1916 It is 100 years since the First World War ended, one of the deadliest conflicts in human history. Everyone in Britain felt the effects of the war. Football included. More than 2,000 professional players, from all 50 clubs, were sent away to serve. Around 100,000 fans were also enlisted. Almost 300

Brentford’s Moses Odubajo on the loss of his mother to Malaria and the dark cloud of long-term injury

Corned beef for dinner. Coats on indoors. Inability to pay for heating or electricity. These were the realities for Brentford’s Moses Odubajo at just 12 years old. When his mother tragically passed away — aged just 45 — Odubajo and his two elder brothers were left to fend for themselves. They lived in