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Tougher tests remain but England showed enough flair to offer grounds for optimism, says chief sports writer Tom Fordyce
Aston Villa's performance in the 3-3 draw at Everton offers hope after a six-week spell they will be happy to forget
Dundee United ease past Rangers to progress to the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup. BBC Scotland's Liam McLeod describes the action from Tannadice (UK only).
Mali reach the semi-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations for the second year running after edging out South Africa on penalties.
Czech pair Tomas Berdych and Lukas Rosol take seven hours to win the longest Davis Cup match in history.
BBC Sport speaks to England head coach Stuart Lancaster, captain Chris Robshaw and Scotland interim head coach Scott Johnson after England's 38-18 victory against Scotland in the Six Nations on Saturday.
Simon Zebo's moment of magic was the highlight of a classic Six Nations encounter between Ireland and Wales, says Bryn Palmer
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson praises his side's "determined performance" after their 1-0 win away against Fulham on Saturday.
The Football Association will not investigate Michael Owen over the Stoke City striker's reaction to Mikel Arteta's challenge.
Nottingham Forest manager Alex McLeish refuses to commit his future to the club after the 2-1 defeat by Birmingham City.
BBC Sport speaks to Wales interim head coach Rob Howley and captain Sam Warburton following the defeat by Ireland in the Six Nations, their eighth successive Test loss.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger praises his team for a "vital" 1-0 Premier League win over Stoke.
Elise Christie becomes Great Britain's first short-track speed skating World Cup champion at 1,000m.
Win over Scotland "result of beating All Blacks last year".
Ryan Jones, Aaron Shingler and Richard Hibbard are all declared fit as Wales prepare for their Six Nations Test in Paris.
Scotland coach Scott Johnson thinks his team gave England easy yards in their 38-18 Six Nations defeat at Twickenham.
St Helens head coach Nathan Brown has a first game to forget as his new side are thrashed by former club Huddersfield.
Fulham's match against Manchester United in the Premier League is temporarily suspended after the floodlights go out at Craven Cottage.