Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says he is "favourite for the sack" after the Reds' poor run of form.
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Cricket Australia will hold an investigation into player safety following the death of Test batsman Phillip Hughes.
Carlos Sainz Jr, the son of the two-time former world rally champion of the same name, joins Toro Rosso for the 2015 F1 season.
How does cricket move on after Australia batsman Phillip Hughes died from injuries sustained on the field?
Tyson Fury plans to prove his worth in the ring when he takes on Dereck Chisora in Saturday's world heavyweight title eliminator.
Andy Murray and Maria Sharapova team up but suffer defeat on day one of the International Premier Tennis League in the Philippines.
Micah Richards thinks he is "10 times better" than he was when he made his international debut aged just 18.
Brazil legend Pele is improving but remains in intensive care having been admitted to hospital with a urinary infection.
Real Madrid criticise Uefa president Michel Platini for suggesting Cristiano Ronaldo should not win the Ballon d'Or.
Susie Wolff will stay at the Williams team next season in an enhanced role as test driver.
England captain Alastair Cook says he feels safe despite Phillip Hughes's death and bouncers must not be outlawed.
Uefa, European football's governing body, open disciplinary proceedings against Spurs after Europa League pitch invasions.
Assistant manager Roy Keane leaves Aston Villa with immediate effect to focus on his role with the Republic of Ireland.
Wales coach Shaun Edwards says South Africa's Willie le Roux and Cornal Hendricks could be major threats on Saturday.
Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte is released on bail following a court appearance over an alleged fraudulent takeover of the Ibrox club.
Cricket fans and players from around the world pay their tributes to Australia batsman Phillip Hughes, who died aged 25.
Paris St-Germain boss Laurent Blanc calls the jail term imposed on Bastia striker Brandao "excessive".
Peter Lines says he would be quite happy if Ronnie O'Sullivan has to pull out of their second-round UK Championship match.
Darren Bent says he left Aston Villa for Brighton because "there are only so many slaps in the face you can take".
Defending champion Rory McIlroy trails Australian leader Greg Chalmers by a shot at the halfway stage of the Australian Open.
Manchester United defender Luke Shaw will only be out for a "few weeks" with an ankle injury, says boss Louis van Gaal.
Brendon McCullum hits a century off 78 balls against Pakistan at Sharjah, the quickest ever by a New Zealander in Tests.
One of Ireland's greatest ever rugby players, 1948 Grand Slam-winning fly-half Jack Kyle, dies at the age of 88.
County champions Yorkshire will face promoted Worcestershire at New Road to start the defence of their title.
Scrum-half Rhys Webb says Wales are taking positives from Ireland's win over South Africa as the Boks head to Cardiff.
Chelsea pair Cesc Fabregas and Eden Hazard are named on the 15-man shortlist of midfielders for Fifa's 2014 World XI.
Former England midfielder Jermaine Jenas agrees a two-year deal to join BBC Sport as a football pundit.
Cross-code signing Sam Burgess is named on Bath's bench for Friday's Premiership game against Harlequins.
Details of how to register so you can vote online for BBC Sports Personality of the Year on 14 December.
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Lord Coe announces he will run for presidency of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).
World super-middleweight champion Carl Froch says he "would not get out of bed" to defend his IBF title against James DeGale.
Lancashire cricket director Ashley Giles orders new helmets for his team after the death of Phillip Hughes.
Artur Fedosseyev is the fifth man from Tour de France champion Vincenzo Nibali's Astana squad to fail a test since August.
Briton Jordanne Whiley beats German Sabine Ellerbrock to secure a semi-final place at the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Singles Masters.
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Formula 1 bosses agree to ditch the controversial double points scheme for next season.
Defending champion Rory McIlroy is two adrift of leader Jordan Spieth after firing an opening 69 at the Australian Open.
Star chaser Sprinter Sacre will miss the Tingle Creek Chase at Sandown but could be fit in time for Kempton.
The mascots for the 2016 Olympics and Paralympics are revealed and are inspired by the animals and plants of hosts Brazil.
Widnes Vikings stand-off Kevin Brown hopes to lead the side by his performances after being appointed captain for 2015.
Gloucester centre Billy Twelvetrees will start for England against Australia on Saturday as Owen Farrell moves to the bench.
Ronnie O'Sullivan says he may have to pull out of the UK Championship after breaking his ankle while running.
World record holder Adam Peaty says a three-month doping ban for Olympic champion Sun Yang is too short.
Will the International Premier Tennis League take its toll on players, or is it good for the sport, asks Russell Fuller.
Scotland's women will contest the bronze medal game at the European Curling Championships after play-off loss to Denmark
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BBC Sport's Robbie Savage on why he thinks Southampton can build on their stunning start to the season.
After losing to the All Blacks in Cardiff, Wales are looking for that all-important victory over South Africa in Cardiff.
Dan Skelton, former assistant to champion trainer Paul Nicholls, seeks big-race glory of his own in the Hennessy Gold Cup.
The connection between Chris Eubank and his son is sweet to behold, but can Eubank Jr step into the spotlight?
BBC Sport expert Mark Lawrenson takes on German comedian Henning Wehn to predict this weekend's Premier League results.
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