From the back pages, March 14: David Haye set for ring return

DAVID HAYE is out of the jungle and insists he is ready to rumble again. The Hayemaker, 32, climbed aboard the showbiz circuit and finished third in the recent I’m A Celebrity TV show after he knocked out Dereck Chisora in a controversial contest in July. But the thought of quitting without a world heavyweight crown has been eating away at him since Wladimir Klitschko added Haye’s WBA title to his WBO and IBF belts with a points win. (The Sun)

Bayern Munich 0 Arsenal 2 (3-3 on agg; Bayern win on away goals): Dignity in elimination, victory in defeat, a rare humbling of the mighty Bayern Munich – and just one goal away from the most remarkable comeback in recent memory. (The Independent)

Barry Geraghty likened Sprinter Sacre to Pelé after guiding him to a crushing 19-length victory in the Queen Mother Champion Chase on the second day of the Cheltenham Festival. (The Guardian)

Mark Clattenburg was at the centre of controversy at Ewood Park as Danny Shittu’s first-half header secured Millwall’s place in next month’s FA Cup semi-final against Wigan Athletic at Wembley. (The Telegraph)

England have recalled their first-choice half-backs and challenged their Grand Slam-chasing team to silence the Welsh. Owen Farrell and Ben Youngs return to a side which struggled to beat Italy without them last weekend for Saturday’s Six Nations decider in Cardiff. (The Mirror)

Manchester United and Chelsea will replay their FA Cup tie at 12.30pm on Easter Monday, April 1 at Stamford Bridge. It means Chelsea’s Barclays Premier League game against Southampton, scheduled for Easter Sunday, has been moved forward a day to Saturday March 30, kick-off 3pm. (Daily Mail)

Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho is believed to have signed a deal with an unnamed club in the summer. Mourinho has been continually courted by Chelsea, who have been drawing up a shortlist of candidates to replace the out going Rafa Benitez at the end of the season. (The Express)

There have been two earth tremors here in the past 48 hours. However, the figurative one that struck at the heart of the British game yesterday, with the resignation of Roger Draper as the LTA chief executive, offers the prospect of renewal and revitalisation in a sport that has suffered too many fissures in the past seven years. (The Times)