Leicester City will wrap up the Championship title if they beat Bolton Wanderers at the Reebok Stadium on Tuesday evening.

Nigel Pearson‘s side, who have already secured promotion this season, lead second-placed Burnley by seven points with three games remaining.

The Foxes picked up their first victory in three outings when they beat 10-man Queens Park Rangers 1-0 at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.

After struggling in the bottom half of the table for the majority of the season, Bolton have improved in recent weeks, going their last six games unbeaten.

Dougie Freedman‘s side remain 14th in the standings after they played out a goalless draw with Charlton Athletic on Friday.

Leicester boss Pearson has no fresh injury concerns and could name the same side that beat QPR, with David Nugent continuing to lead the line. Lloyd Dyer and Chris Wood are in contention for recalls.

Freedman could be tempted to make changes to his side, with Ryan Hall in line to start at the expense of Chung-Yong Lee.

Leicester emerged 5-3 victors when the sides met at the King Power Stadium at the end of December.

Recent form

Bolton: WDWWWD

Leicester: WDWLDW

Possible starting lineups

Bolton: Bogdan; Hutton, Ream, Mills, Wheater; Spearing, Danns, Trotter, Hall; Beckford, Jutkiewicz

Leicester: Schmeichel; De Laet, Morgan, Wasilewski, Schlupp; Hammond, Drinkwater, King, Dyer, Knockaert; Nugent

Sports Mole says: 1-2

Map in hand, Radio 2 on loud, our first stop was the Jolly Sailor pub in
Bursledon. Situated right on the water, we had lunch overlooking the Hamble
Estuary, watching the yachts and taking in the surroundings.

Back on the road, we cruised south heading for the picturesque Hollands
Wood Campsite in New Forest. This family-friendly campsite, set in 22
hectares of oak woodland, where ponies roamed freely, was the perfect pitch
for every type of camper. The site didn’t have electricity, but it did have
hot showers and laundry facilities and easy access to the forest’s walking
and cycle paths – and the nearby village of Brockenhurst (and the nearest

When it came to cooking, even with a fully-equipped kitchen on board, we
wimped out – we were terrified of setting the curtains on fire – and headed
to the bars and restaurants of Brockenhurst (if you like antiques and retro
goods, make a beeline for Pineapple Retro).

We had been warned that nights could be cold in the camper van, but thought
that in the middle of September sleeping bags and a blanket would suffice.
Next time we’ll be taking onesies.

The following day, after some wicked doughnuts from the Bakery, we were back
on the road and finally felt we had mastered the driving as we headed south
on the A35 through Poole towards Bournemouth. We were taking Buttercup to
the seaside and even contemplated some surfing. Just to fit the image.

From here we headed farther along the Dorset coast, stopping off in Corfe,
with its medieval castle, its dramatic ruins situated on the hill. After a
tour of the battlements and some Purbeck ice creams we headed to our next
campsite; down in the Isle of Purbeck and Downshay Farm. A working farm
situated on the Purbeck hills, with large fields and views of the castle,
campers are welcome to turn up and pitch on site with no
reservation required.

It was so easy to turn up with Buttercup, we just needed flat ground, and it
made the trip so flexible. Still a little wary on the cooking front we
headed for the Scott Arms. The food and locally brewed beer were excellent
and the views from the garden spectacular.

The next morning we were up early, packed and headed to Swanage. The Jurassic
Coast was breathtaking and we walked along the coastal path to the
lighthouse before getting back into Buttercup for the drive to Lyndhurst and
then the journey back home.

We never did make much use of the facilities on board and probably weren’t
adventurous enough. We got about as far as making tea on the stove, and
plugging in the cable for electricity, but we grew very attached to
Buttercup during our short excursion and would definitely go away with her

Hiring a campervan

Buttercup can be hired from Arun Valley Campers at North Stoke Farm, Amberley,
West Sussex (01798 839106; arunvalleycampers.co.uk)
from £275 for a weekend and £495 for a week. Like the other campers for
hire, Buttercup comes fully equipped with an oven (gas), fridge, sink, table
and chairs, sleeping bags and pillows on request as well as tea and coffee.
She sleeps four comfortably.

Camping there

Hollands Wood Campsite (Lyndhurst Road, Brockenhurst, Hampshire; 01590 622967; campingintheforest.co.uk;
from £16.50 for a standard pitch). Set in 22 acres of woodland, it caters
for all levels of campers and has three shower and lavatory blocks, laundry
facilities and even a dog shower. No electric hookup facilities.

Downshay Farm (Haycrafts Lane, Swanage, Dorset; 01929 480216;
downshayfarm.co.uk); open from May 23 to June 2 and July 11 to August 31;
prices from £5 per person and £3 for the camper van, or £4 for a large tent.
A family-run, working farm, it is ideally situated in the heart of the Isle
of Purbeck. This site has one huge field for tents and small campervans.
Facilities include, shower and lavatory blocks, freezers for ice packs, a
washing-up area and it has electric hookup facilities). In peak season they
have a mobile shop that visits every morning. You can’t book, it’s a turn up
and pitch site, so best to arrive early.

Where to eat and drink

The Jolly Sailor (Land’s End Road, Old Bursledon, Southampton; 02380 405557; jollysailoroldbursledon.co.uk).
Right on the water, overlooking the Hamble Estuary. Good menu and a varied
selection of beers; Sunday roasts.

The Scott Arms (Kingston, Corfe Castle, Dorset; 01929 480270; thescottarms.com).
Lovely little pub with great views of Corfe Castle. Locally sourced menu and
a Jamaican themed barbecue in summer.

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Exeter Chiefs fly-half Gareth Steenson has described his side’s clash against Sale Sharks this weekend as being “like a cup final”.

Following a 38-33 victory over Worcester Warriors last week, the Sandy Park outfit are now seventh in the Aviva Premiership standings, meaning that they will face the seventh-placed side in France’s top tier for a spot in the European Rugby Champions Cup next season.

“It gives us something to strive for now that we all know what’s happening with the new format of the European competition,” Steenson is quoted as saying by the Exeter Express Echo. “We want to be back up at the top table, playing in the top competition and we’ve got to earn the right to do it.

“We always seem to make hard work of it. For us it’s just about going out and performing against Sale, we can’t look too much further than that. We’ve made the mistake in the past that we’ve started looking further down the line than we should do.

“We need to stick to what we’re good at, and that’s getting ready for the game at the weekend and then assess where we are after that. It is a big game for us and it is a big game for them as well. It’s like a cup final, and it’s a nice thing for us to have it at home in front of our own supporters.”

The 29-year-old has been at the club since 2008.

A goal from Jason Puncheon has given Crystal Palace a 1-0 lead over Everton at Goodison Park in the Premier League this evening.

The home side came close to opening the scoring just a couple of minutes in when Gareth Barry tried to head in from an early corner, but his effort went just over.

Everton continued to look the stronger of the two sides in the opening 20 minutes, with Ross Barkley and Aidan McGeady both seeing plenty of the ball, but they were unable to break the deadlock.

Palace started to find their way into the match though, and were able to force a lead when Puncheon fired in the rebound after Tim Howard denied Yannick Bolasie.

The visitors came within inches of adding a second, but Bolasie’s strike was denied by the post, before Howard eventually gathered from Jerome’s rebounded effort.

Romelu Lukaku had a chance to level just before the break, but the on-loan striker’s shot was kept out by a Julian Speroni save.

Andrew Bogut has been ruled out indefinitely after an X-ray revealed that he has a fractured rib.

The Golden State Warriors center initially sustained the injury last Thursday after the Denver Nuggets’ Kenneth Faried elbowed him, but he continued to play over the weekend before having the X-ray on Monday.

The 29-year-old told reporters: “I’ve got to be careful, because if it cracks I’m looking at a punctured lung. You’ll see me in the hospital with a tube coming out of me. It’s one of those things people have played through, but this is too close to comfort for me.

“It definitely wasn’t as bad until I fully cracked it. I thought I was winded for a second, but it wasn’t going away. I ended up going back in the game for the last possession [of regulation]. I don’t know how.

“I’m going to dedicate the summer to learning how to play while avoiding contact at all costs, I guess, moving out of the way, not taking charges and not trying to block shots. All of my injuries have been high-impact injuries. I put my body on the line to try to take a charge or block a shot and, unfortunately, I’ve been on the tail end of them.”

The injury typically has a recovery period of six weeks, but the team, who will be involved in the upcoming playoffs, have not placed a timetable on his return.

Detroit Lions team president Tom Lewand has claimed that he is having “civil and productive” talks with defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh over a new deal.

Suh is entering the final year of his contract this season, and the Lions are keen to tie him down to a long-term deal before the beginning of the 2014 campaign.

However, Lewand does not believe that it matters how long it takes to come to an agreement with the three-time Pro Bowler as long as the end result is beneficial for both parties.

“They’re more on the civil and productive side of the spectrum. The timing is less important than the outcome, and as long as the outcome is right both for Ndamukong and for us then I think he can be a part of the core of our team for a long time,” Lewand is quoted as saying by The AP.

“It’s been my experience over the years that when a player says he wants to be here and we indicate that we want him around we have a good track record.”

Suh has been with the Lions since being chosen second overall in the 2010 Draft.

Prospective Buffalo Bills owner Donald Trump has expressed his belief that his history with the NFL would not affect any potential bid for the team.

Trump entered direct competition with the league in 1983 having bought the New Jersey Generals, playing a major role in the USFL switching from a spring schedule to one that saw them take on the NFL.

However, the 67-year-old billionaire believes that his move earned him the respect of NFL owners and does not foresee any problems arising due to the incident.

“I think the NFL owners respected me for it because I took a dead league and made it hot. But my thing when I bought the team was, ‘I will not play football in the spring,’” Trump told The Buffalo News.

“Even if they would have teetered along for another couple years, it wouldn’t have survived in the spring. And if I hadn’t gotten involved, they wouldn’t have lasted another season.

“The NFL owners that I know and are very honest about it, they’ll tell you I did a good job and they have respect for me. And I have respect for them.”

Trump recently insisted that he was serious about his desire to purchase the Bills and stressed that he would not move them from Buffalo if he was successful.

Indiana Pacers shooting guard Lance Stephenson has revealed that he is working on his qualities as an all-round team player following their defeat of the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday night.

Stephenson stood out in the encounter as he produced his NBA-leading fifth triple-double of the season by notching 17 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds to put the Thunder to the sword.

“I just tried to be an all-around player, get people in the right spots, just being a team player,” the shooting guard told reporters after the game.

“We had to get back to that and I felt like this was the game to do it.”

The victory sees the Pacers closing in on top spot in the Western Conference, with a record of 55-26 for the season.

Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy has insisted that former teammate and now Washington Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson will be a loss for the team next season.

McCoy said that with Jackson on the field there was always the chance to make big plays, but was confident in the club’s decision to bring in running back Darren Sproles as an alternative.

“Not playing with him is definitely going to be different,” McCoy told ESPN. “Playing against him is really going to be different. DeSean’s by far one of the biggest playmakers in the game, and the biggest deep threat there is in the game.

“Some big shoes to fill, for sure. When you’re making moves like that, [the Eagles] obviously know something, and I’ve got a lot of trust in them. I think with the team they put together so far, with bringing Darren Sproles in and making different moves and signing guys, they know what they’re doing.”

Jackson played for the Eagles for six seasons.

Lee Westwood has revealed that he was pleased with his seventh-place finish in The Masters at Augusta.

The 40-year-old recorded a final round of 73 to leave him one-under for the tournament, in a return to form following a poor start to the year.

Westwood told Sky Sports News: “It’s progress I started to swing the club a little bit better, and it’s my best result of the year. I’m trending in the right direction.

“I probably hit the ball better over the weekend than I did the first two days, and that was really pleasing. The golf course over the week played fair, but it was very near the edge and it’s as hard as it’s ever going to get.”

The result leaves Westwood still searching for his first Major win.