THE SUN: England are in pole position on the road to Rio after a goalless grapple in Ukraine. Also: Alex Ferguson warned of the dangers of player power six months before his relationship with Wayne Rooney completely unravelled.
DAILY MAIL: England last night secured the draw in Kiev they came for to remain on track for Brazil 2014. Also: The Heineken Cup is in its death throes with the English Premiership clubs, backed by the French, last night aborting discussions aimed at saving the competition.
DAILY MIRROR: Roy Hodgson toasted a precious point on a night of nerves in the Olympic Stadium. Also: Wayne Rooney is targeting a sensational comeback in the Manchester derby.
DAILY EXPRESS: England held on for a precious World Cup qualifying point here last night - but their chances of making Brazil 2014 remain on a knife edge. Also: Harry Redknapp last night accused the FA of hypocrisy for refusing to hammer England and Tottenham defender Kyle Walker for inhaling nitrous oxide.
DAILY STAR: Battling England took a giant stride towards the World Cup Finals last night. Also: Petr Cech is weighing up his future at Chelsea as Barcelona plot a summer move.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: This was one horrible performance by England, highlighting many technical flaws, but this was also one sweet qualifying point against their Group H rivals. Also: Gareth Bale could not spare Wales manager Chris Coleman from calls for him to be sacked during a 32-minute substitute outing in a comprehensive defeat against Serbia.
THE TIMES: England dug in to secure a point from a dismal goalless draw away to Ukraine last night to stay on course for next summer's World Cup finals.
THE GUARDIAN: A draw, Roy Hodgson will inevitably say, represents a satisfying night and, in one way at least, he would be justified. Also: The Fifa general secretary, Jerome Valcke, has ruled out paying compensation to European leagues or broadcasters by moving the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to the winter months.
THE INDEPENDENT: England lack cohesion but hang on for grim 0-0 draw in Ukraine to keep hopes of reaching World Cup in their hands. Also: The Heineken Cup, one of professional rugby's biggest success stories, was driven closer to oblivion last night.