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Captain Alastair Cook says his 100th Test will be the "toughest" of his career as England look to to turn around the Ashes.
Swansea lose their final Europa League group game but make the knock-out phase because of Kuban Krasnodar's draw in Valencia.
Athlete, shooter and golfer in contention for BBC award.
It is clear, writes BBC sports editor David Bond, that policy makers need to do more to tackle falling youth participation rates in sport
The media may use the term "match-fixing", but as Ed Hawkins explains, football's recent cases are not quite that "spicy"
A Scottish international rugby player appears in court charged with assaulting another player in Glasgow's west end.
Scottish driver Paul Di Resta's Formula 1 future is in doubt after Force India announce the signing of Sergio Perez.
Wigan's Europa League campaign comes to an end as they lose to Maribor in Uwe Rosler's first game in charge.
Sports could lose public money after drop in participation.
The FA will consult supporters over the Hull City owner's proposal to change the club name to Hull Tigers.
West Ham United boss Sam Allardyce understands speculation over his position but expects patience from the club's owners.
Ireland prop Cian Healy could miss the start of the Six Nations campaign after undergoing surgery on an ankle injury.
Ex-Germany player and coach Jurgen Klinsmann will remain in charge of the United States until after the 2018 World Cup.
DJ Campbell will not feature for Blackburn Rovers against Millwall on Saturday after being questioned about spot-fixing.
London Irish announce the takeover of the Premiership club by a consortium of Irish businessmen.
Fourteen-man Oxford secure their fourth successive Varsity Match victory over Cambridge at Twickenham.
Britain win three medals on day one of the European Short-Course Swimming Championships in Herning, Denmark.
Riverside Theatre wins the Peterborough Chase at Huntingdon in a close finish from Champion Court and Captain Chris.
The Women's Tennis Association announces plans to play a pre-Wimbledon grass court-tournament in Nottingham from 2015.
Motor racing's governing body invites potential new teams to express their interest in joining the sport from 2015 or 2016.
Kate Cross hopes Ashes victory in Australia will strengthen the case for England's women to be awarded central contracts.
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Four-time Olympic champion Michael Johnson doubts whether athletics will ever be rid of the problems caused by doping.
Mike Tyson is forced to cancel appearances in London after being barred from the UK because of previous convictions.
Ireland are in a strong position against Afghanistan after day three of the Intercontinental Cup final in Dubai.
Tour de France winner Sir Bradley Wiggins is knighted at Buckingham Palace for services to cycling.
GB archer Lucy O'Sullivan backs Danielle Brown's appeal against the reclassification which rules her out of the Paralympics.
Preview followed by live coverage of Thursday's Europa League game between Tottenham Hotspur and Anzhi Makhachkala.
Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel criticises plans to award double points for the season's final race from 2014.
Justin Rose shoots 65 for a share of second place behind Germany's Alex Cejka after the first round of the Thailand Golf Championship.
Trainer Gerard Butler lodges an appeal against a five-year ban for injecting racehorses with banned drugs.
Northern Ireland's Michael Laverty is to compete in MotoGP for a second year with the Paul Bird team in 2014.
British 400m hurdler Jack Green reveals he is taking an extended break from the sport to recover from depression.
Warrington head coach Tony Smith believes his side still has plenty of leaders, despite losing a number of key players.
Players being based in Wales is not crucial for Welsh internationals, says Racing Metro centre Jamie Roberts.
World number one Neil Robertson aims to win the Triple Crown in one season after an emotional UK Championship victory.
British Swimming head coach Bill Furniss insists a hard-line approach with GB swimmers will turn around their medal fortunes.
Cathie Sabin succeeds Peter Bretherton to become the first female president of the Lawn Tennis Association.
US snowboarder Shaun White says training for his bid to win a third Olympic title at the Sochi Games gives him "a lot of purpose".
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Alastair Cook and Michael Clarke battle for their cricketing legacies as they make their 100th Test appearances, says Tom Fordyce
Ahead of Sunday's Sports Personality of the Year, we profile athlete Christine Ohuruogu, a two-time world champion
Compare countries' performances at World Cup finals tournaments since 1930
Chief football writer Phil McNulty assesses the hopes of the four British teams who qualified for the Champions League last 16
It seems it will take more than a British Wimbledon winner to inspire a generation of tennis players, says Russell Fuller
Sam Twiston-Davies is showing signs of future greatness and could fill the void once AP McCoy finishes his outstanding career
Ex-England centre Jeremy Guscott on a great weekend for the Irish provinces, the future of the Heineken Cup, plus more topics
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