The web's many news sources offer instant sports results and running commentary, enabling fans to follow their teams from the comfort of their desk or living room. You'll never need to leave the house again, thanks to our 10 top sporty sites, recommended in no particular order by PC Advisor readers.
Recommended by: wellshgit
Several readers put in a good word for Eurosport, with wellshgit pipping MCE2K5 to the post. “It covers everything from F1 to the gee-gees,” the latter explains – and we could add handball, poker and so-called extreme sports to the list of pursuits covered in admirable depth. The blogs are extremely well written.
Recommended by: bumfacepaul
It's the dullest-looking site here by a country mile, but Soccerbase can't be beaten for pure football facts. “Although we're a sad bunch, this site is perfect for football statisticians, because you can find out just about any stat about any player or team,” bumfacepaul explains. If you want to find out your full-back's weight or Grimsby Town's all-time top scorer, this is the place to go – and, for sheer knowledge, Soccerbase wins this month's Gold award.