What the papers say
A look at the stories making the back-page headlines in this morning's newspapers.
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THE SUN: Roy Hodgson will change half his team for tomorrow's World Cup clash in Poland. Also: Lewis Hamilton has kissed goodbye to his title hopes after he limped in 10th at the Korean Grand Prix. Also: Andy Murray lost to Novak Djokovic in the Shanghai Masters final - after fluffing FIVE match points.
DAILY MAIL: Ashley Cole is ready to walk out on Chelsea at the end of the season after failing to agree terms on a new contract. Also: David Collier has apologised for his comment over Kevin Pietersen that threatened to cause a breakdown in relations between England and South Africa.
DAILY MIRROR: Ruthless Roy Hodgson is ready to axe half his England team to go all-out for victory in Poland. Also: Demba Ba and Papiss Cisse have told Newcastle they are safe after getting caught up in a violent stadium riot. Also: Heather Watson declared her pride in joining the tennis record-breakers after becoming the first British woman to win a WTA singles titles since 1988.
DAILY EXPRESS: Roy Hodgson will show no sentiment to the players that trounced San Marino by ripping apart half of his team for tomorrow's pivotal showdown against Poland in Warsaw. Also: Premier league players needed a police escort off the field as the African Nations Cup qualifier between Senegal and Ivory Coast in Dakar was abandoned after crowd trouble. Also: Liverpool will today announce their intention to remain at Anfield and expand the ground into a 60,000-capacity arena after scrapping plans for a new stadium.
DAILY STAR: Roy Hodgson is planning wholesale changes to his England side with up to SIX new faces in the team to take on Poland tomorrow. Also: Phil Jagielka has hailed the "healthy" new competition for defensive places in the England team and contrasted the current situation with the previous era when John Terry and Rio Ferdinand were guaranteed to start.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Until recently, tennis was responsible for some of the longest droughts in British sport. But 2012 has been the year when the heavens opened. Also: Phil Jagielka has hailed the "healthy" new competition for defensive places in the England team and contrasted the current situation with the previous era, when John Terry and Rio Ferdinand were guaranteed to start.
THE TIMES: Roy Hodgson is planning to drop half the England team who thrashed San Marino last Friday for the World Cup qualifier away to Poland in Warsaw tomorrow. Also: Sebastian Vettel took the winner's trophy home late last night on the long flight from South Korea, while Lewis Hamilton surveyed his souvenir and decided it might be better left with the good souls of Mokpo.
THE GUARDIAN: A lot of history has been made in British tennis lately and yesterday Heather Watson added her name to the list when she became the first woman from these shores to win a WTA Tour title since 1988 with her victory in the Japan Open in Osaka. Also: Roy Hodgson will demonstrate his ruthless streak by making up to six changes to his England line-up for Tuesday's World Cup qualifying tie in Poland, despite seeing his hopes of recalling Frank Lampard dashed by his withdrawal with a calf injury.
THE INDEPENDENT: Roy Hodgson is preparing to make up to six changes for England's World Cup qualifier against Poland tomorrow night from the team that beat San Marino 5-0 on Friday. Also: Brian Marwood, Manchester City's football administrator, has admitted that the club is two or three years away from being able to provide an under-21s supply line to manager Roberto Mancini.