WHAT THE PAPERS SAY
THE SUN: Robin van Persie has warned Arsenal he may not sign a new contract. Also: Neil Warnock blew his top at referee Michael Oliver over three penalty decisions last night...Alex Ferguson has branded Peter Crouch a serial fouler.
DAILY MIRROR: Lewis Hamilton was attacked by furious race rival Felipe Massa after they collided at the Singapore Grand Prix. Also: Neil Warnock accused referee Michael Oliver of wanting to give a penalty against QPR yesterday.
DAILY MAIL: Robin van Persie has dealt Arsenal a significant blow by telling them he is not ready to open new contract talks. Also: England have been alerted to the looming danger of losing their new centre sensation Manu Tuilagi to club rugby in the southern hemisphere, just as their World Cup challenge was left hanging in the balance last night.
THE GUARDIAN: Out of the chaos of an uphill kilometre of suburban Danish road came a new British world champion. Also: Andy Robinson has warned England to expect a furious Scottish onslaught on Saturday, when one of the two nations will suffer a premature exit from the Rugby World Cup.
THE TIMES: Lewis Hamilton was dragged into an embarrassing fracas with Felipe Massa, the Ferrari driver, in front of tens of millions of television viewers around the world after the Singapore Grand Prix last night. Also: "Thirty seconds of madness". And now, if it is going to be mad, desperate, ferocious Scotland that head north to tackle England in Auckland on Saturday, knowing that a simple win is not enough.
DAILY TELEGRAPH: As he crossed the finish line, Mark Cavendish held both arms aloft in victory; he may as well have been grasping at the cloths of heaven. Also: The fury of the denied and the potentially damned will be coming at England on Saturday night in Auckland
DAILY EXPRESS: Lewis Hamilton was involved in an angry confrontation with Ferrari driver Felipe Massa during a live television interview after the two collided in the Singapore Grand Prix. Also: Arsenal face an anxious wait to see if Robin van Persie will commit his future to the club after he revealed he is not ready to discuss a new contract.
DAILY STAR: Roberto Mancini has told his sulking striker Carlos Tevez that he can still have a big future at Manchester City. Also: Neil Warnock faces an FA rap after blasting Michael Oliver for his Loftus Road horror show.
THE INDEPENDENT: Robin van Persie has said that he has not yet made up his mind whether he will sign a new contract with Arsenal, prompting fears the club will find themselves in the same position with the captain next summer as they were with Samir Nasri and Gael Clichy in the last transfer window. Also: Mark Cavendish snared Great Britain's biggest road cycling success in nearly half a century yesterday when he blasted to victory in the World Road Race Championships.