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England will play against Italy, Uruguay and Costa Rica in Group D at the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil.
Muhammad Ali and Pele lead tributes to South Africa's first black president Nelson Mandela, who has died aged 95.
There's room for optimism in England's 'group of Geoff', despite the humidity and Suarez's attacking prowess, writes Phil McNulty
A full group-by-group guide to all of the fixtures at the World Cup following Friday's draw in Brazil.
Spain will open their defence of the World Cup against 2010 finalists Netherlands at next year's tournament in Brazil.
Tiger Woods secures a two-stroke lead at the halfway stage of the World Challenge after a brilliant second round.
A minute's applause in tribute to former South African president Nelson Mandela will be held at weekend football matches.
Manchester United manager David Moyes is confident he will get things right at Old Trafford after an unimpressive start.
World number one Neil Robertson fends off a late Stuart Bingham fightback to progress to the final of the UK Championship.
Michael Clarke's latest Ashes ton underlines his status as the world's best, says Australia team-mate Brad Haddin.
Chris Froome wants to retain his Tour de France title and prove cycling has entered a new drugs-free era.
New McLaren driver Kevin Magnussen says Lewis Hamilton's debut season success is an encouragement as he prepares for 2014.
Tries from Rhys Patchell and Alex Cuthbert help maintain Cardiff Blues' Heineken Cup challenge in victory over Glasgow.
Celtic sweep aside last season's runners-up, Motherwell, to move eight points clear at the top of the Premiership.
England's Sam Burgess and Scotland's Danny Brough are among six nominees for the 2013 Golden Boot award.
Two English footballers and a Malaysian ringleader are convicted for match fixing in Australia.
Former Ferrari general manager Jean Todt is re-elected unopposed as the president of motorsport's governing body, the FIA.
Newcastle Racecourse unveils plans for an all-weather track and the only floodlit straight mile in the world.
Darren Barker defends his IBF middleweight title on Saturday believing he is "better in every department" than Felix Sturm.
Britain's James Willstrop beats Egypt's Mohamed Elshorbagy in a 122-minute five-game thriller in the Hong Kong Open.
A Georgie Twigg penalty gives England a 1-0 win over China and a place in hockey's World League semi-finals against Australia
News By Sport
Athlete Christine Ohuruogu is named Sportswoman of the Year after winning gold at the World Championships.
Cyclist Danilo Di Luca is banned from cycling for life after being found guilty of a third doping offence.
Britain's Sam Ingram takes just 20 seconds in the final to retain his Visually Impaired European Championship judo title.
Manager Roy Hodgson says England face a tough task to advance past the group stage of the 2014 Fifa World Cup finals.
Races in New Jersey, Mexico and Korea will not feature in the 2014 Formula 1 season despite being listed as provisional.
Welshman Jamie Donaldson has a lead of three shots at the halfway stage of the Nedbank Golf Challenge at Sun City.
Trainer Nicky Henderson hopes Captain Conan can give him a Tingle Creek Chase win at Sandown in the absence of Sprinter Sacre.
A former superbike rider who was stranded in Dubai for 10 months is arrested on arrival in the UK over the death of his wife.
Bradford Bulls reveal the club may have to make redundancies because of debts left by the previous owners.
French champions Castres hang on to beat Ospreys in a try-less but compelling match in Pool One.
Latest scores, results and schedule from the UK Championship at the Barbican Centre in York
Michael Jamieson says his recent heart scare shows he’s pushing himself to the limit for the Commonwealth Games.
Andy Murray can be competitive at the Australian Open if he has fully recovered from back surgery, according to John McEnroe.
Lizzy Yarnold beaten into second place at World Cup event in Utah during good day for Great Britain's Ssleton team.
Features & Analysis
Match of the Day pundits react to the tough draw facing England at the 2014 Fifa World Cup in Brazil
Even before he was released from prison, Nelson Mandela identified sport as a way of achieving peace, writes David Bond
Alastair Cook's team are miles behind Australia in terms of performance, energy and aggression, writes Jonathan Agnew
If the Ashes is a tale of two skippers, Michael Clarke is playing the leading role, says chief sports writer Tom Fordyce.
Nelson Mandela saw sport as an instrument of unity and used it to help rebuild South Africa, writes BBC Sport's James Peacock
BBC Sport's football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on Simple Minds frontman Jim Kerr