I'm going to keep things relatively brief this week as I'm really tired after running the Ealing Half Marathon this morning. It's had rave reviews in the past and I really have to agree that it is a fine race so if distance running is your thing put it in your diary for next year and combine it with a weekend of football watching here in the capital.
I haven't seen any football again this week but I'm all set to walk from Loftus Road to Upton Park on Sunday ahead of the Premier League game between West Ham and QPR. Every year a group of Rangers fans do a charity walk to raise funds for the QPR Tiger Cubs - a club for kids and young people with Down's syndrome. We've made about £40,000 since I approached the club about setting up the event in 2010.
It's a shame I've got to cut things a bit short as it's a huge week for football in London with big derbies, Champions League, Europa League, FA Cup and FA Vase matches all taking place. Scour the map and enjoy!
Anyway, that's it from me. Don't forget, you can get all the latest ticket information for our local clubs and other big games taking place in the capital on the 'Match Ticket Info' page .
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2. Tottenham Hotspur v Southampton - new Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino welcomes former club Southampton to White Hart Lane. After an impressive start, the north London club are winless in four in the league while the club he left have gone from strength to strength under Ronald Koeman. The Saints could go joint top if they win here. (Premier League, Sunday 5 October, 205pm. Ticket info)
6. Leyton Orient v Swindon Town - after the heartbreak of last season's play-off final, Orient have found it hard to get going this season and are just a point above the relegation zone. Swindon are usually play-off contenders at the very least and they're right up there in third with a game in hand on second-placed Peterborough (League One, Saturday 4 October, 3pm. Ticket info)
7. Welling United v Dartford - it's derby time in the Conference on Tuesday when these two south-east London rivals meet for the first time this season. In recent years there have been some big meetings between these two and hopefully this won't disappoint. Both sides were among the favourites for relegation but they're keeping their heads above water at the moment with only a point separating them. (Conference Premier, Tuesday 30 September, 745pm. Ticket info)