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Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas expects to be without England striker Jermain Defoe for around three weeks.
Francis Cummins begins his reign as Bradford Bulls head coach with a convincing win over neighbours Wakefield.
West Brom manager Steve Clarke says Goran Popov has "let the club down" following his red card for spitting in their 1-0 loss to Tottenham Hotspur.
Italy secure a famous victory as they beat France 23-18 at Rome's Stadio Olimpico in the Six Nations on Sunday.
Captain Olly Stone once again led the way with the ball for England Under-19s as they looked to tie up a series whitewash in the second and final youth Test against South Africa.
Ben Westwood scores two tries as Super League title favourites Warrington begin with a win against Castleford.
France blind-side winger Benjamin Fall shows great pace to put his team into a 15-13 lead against Italy in both side's opening Six Nations fixture.
Could the use of antler spray prove costly for Vijay Singh? BBC golf correspondent Iain Carter considers the consequences
Scotland's Stephen Gallacher wins for the first time since October 2004 as he triumphs at the Dubai Desert Classic.
George Bailey’s unbeaten century and another five-wicket haul from Mitchell Starc led Australia to a 54-run win over West Indies in the second one-day international in Perth.
Cheltenham hopeful Sizing Europe continues his fine winter form by winning the Tied Cottage Chase at Punchestown.
Red Bull Racing launch their new car for the 2013 Formula 1 season - the RB9 - at their Milton Keynes factory.
Celtic overcome some stodgy Raith Rovers defending to book a place in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals.
Opener Stafanie Taylor bludgeoned 171 to spearhead West Indies’ mammoth 209-run win over Sri Lanka, which propelled them to the top of Group A in the Women’s World Cup ahead of their clash with England.
Paul Gascoigne scores a brilliant goal at Wembley in England's 2-0 victory over Scotland at Euro 1996.
The Dalai Lama sends a message of support to Bradford City ahead of the League Two club's League Cup final later this month.
Seven-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal says he will need weeks on the circuit before he can return to his best after a knee injury.