A look at what is making the back-page headlines in today's national newspapers:
THE SUN: John Terry still hopes to face Anton Ferdinand at QPR on Saturday - even though he is out for England tomorrow. Also: David Weir completed his London 2012 Grand Slam and roared: "This is a dream come true."
DAILY MAIL: Lord Coe hailed David Weir as "one of the greats" after the wheelchair racer provided a fitting end to a glorious British summer of sport by winning his fourth gold medal of the Paralympics. Also: England's worst fears were confirmed yesterday when John Terry was ruled out of tomorrow's qualifier against Ukraine with an ankle injury.
DAILY MIRROR: John Terry is fighting to be fit for his grudge match with QPR on Saturday. Also: When David Weir crossed the finishing line on the Mall yesterday, he kept on going.
DAILY EXPRESS: David Weir won Britain's final gold medal of a stunning Paralympic Games yesterday and was left relieved the drama did not send his partner into labour in The Mall. Also: Lewis Hamilton closed up to second in the world title race as the man who gave him his Formula One break warned that having an all-British line-up is not vital to McLaren.
DAILY STAR: Roy Hodgson has been hit by a defensive injury crisis on the eve of England's crunch World Cup clash with Ukraine. Also: Lewis Hamilton was last night told to sign up with McLaren if he wants to keep on winning.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: David Weir sat in his chariot, its wheels having barely cooled after their history-making spin, and reflected with quiet pride that, at long last, Britain's Paralympians were harvesting the plaudits they deserved. Also: A giant, 140-foot globe stands opposite Arthur Ashe Stadium within the parklands of Flushing Meadows. Built as the centrepiece of the World's Fair Exhibition of 1964, it could now be seen as a symbol of the universal appeal of tennis, a sport in which a Swiss, a Spaniard and a Serb have shared out the men's major prizes for the past five years. So what about Scotland?
THE GUARDIAN: "I will give it everything," said Andy Murray. "I will leave it all out there." As a battle cry the Scot's declaration ahead of his fifth grand slam final today, his second in New York, his second against Novak Djokovic, rang with Caledonian grit. Also: John Terry has been forced out of England's World Cup qualifier with Ukraine tomorrow with an ankle injury that is threatening to keep him out of Chelsea's grudge match at Queens Park Rangers on Saturday.
THE TIMES: Andy Murray says he is confident that he can beat Novak Djokovic in the final of the US Open tonight to become a grand-slam champion for the first time in his career. Also: Lewis Hamilton tantalised right to the end. He greeted his cruise to victory in the Italian Grand Prix at one of the world's classic racetracks with all the enthusiasm of a man who has just lost a £10 note and left behind him in Monza a McLaren team puzzled as to where they stand in the bewildering life of Formula One's superstar.
THE INDEPENDENT: Forty-eight hours after Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic sat together to watch their countries play a goalless draw in a World Cup qualifier, the 25-year-old friends and rivals will do battle here today with one of their own sport's greatest prizes at stake.