WHAT THE PAPERS SAY
THE GUARDIAN: Manchester City will pay just £2m a year to their local council in return for control of the naming rights to the Eastlands stadium, which was built for the 2002 Commonwealth Games with £112m of lottery and public money. Also: Fabio Capello is considering pairing Wayne Rooney with Danny Welbeck in Friday's Euro 2012 qualifier in Montenegro, favouring a partnership that has proved startlingly successful with Manchester United this season.
THE TIMES: England's World Cup campaign is in danger of being overshadowed by fresh controversy today as the Rugby Football Union (RFU) braces itself for another potentially damaging civil war. Also: Fabio Capello is considering using Phil Jagielka as an emergency right back in an attempt to secure the point England need to book their place at the European Championship finals.
DAILY STAR: Fabio Capello is considering giving a shock debut to right-back Kyle Walker in the crunch Euro 2012 qualifier against Montenegro on Friday. Also: The FA have been urged to ban bungling referee Martin Atkinson after they overturned Jack Rodwell's controversial red card.
THE SUN: Emmanuel Adebayor admits he was hurt by the abuse hurled at him by Arsenal fans during the North London derby. Also: Manchester City will push for a full six-week suspension and £1.5million fine for Carlos Tevez - even if he proves he did not directly refuse to play against Bayern Munich.
THE INDEPENDENT: Jonny Wilkinson, still among the highest-profile players in rugby eight years after dropping the goal that brought the World Cup to England, gave beleaguered red-rose manager Martin Johnson a welcome dollop of good news yesterday when he negotiated a training session without aggravating the elbow injury he suffered during the victory over Scotland last weekend. Also: Ireland must discover a response to the question that no one in this World Cup had yet come close to answering: how do you stop George North?
DAILY MAIL: Chicago Fire want to make Rio Ferdinand the new David Beckham of the Major Soccer League. Also: Jonny Wilkinson proved yesterday that he is ready to resume guiding England towards a third successive World Cup final, as manager Martin Johnson prepared to name a side featuring just one change for Saturday's last-eight clash with France.
DAILY MIRROR: Fabio Capello is ready to hand an amazing Euro 2012 chance to Arsenal whizz-kid Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Also: Accrington's game with Tranmere was abandoned after a horrific clash left Stanley's Tom Bender on the ground for 25 minutes last night.
DAILY EXPRESS: World Cup winner Jason Robinson believes Jonny Wilkinson has been living on borrowed time during the tournament in New Zealand. Also: Accrington Stanley's teenage defender Tom Bender was rushed to hospital on a drip last night after a fight for life on the pitch.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Jonny Wilkinson looks set to shake off concerns about an arm injury to start England's World Cup quarter-final against France at Eden Park on Saturday. Also: Fabio Capello is considering handing a first international start to 20-year-old striker Danny Welbeck for Friday's crucial Euro 2012 qualifier away to Montenegro.