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BBC Sport looks ahead to this weekend's Premier League action, including Queen's Park Rangers against Norwich.
Former batter Ebony Rainford-Brent believes England can recover from losing their World Cup opener against Sri Lanka.
West Brom manager Steve Clarke and QPR boss Harry Redknapp give their views on the Peter Odemwingie transfer saga, which saw the Albion player try to force a move to QPR on transfer deadline day.
BBC football expert Mark Lawrenson goes head to head with ex-England rugby union captain Lawrence Dallaglio
The Ski Sunday team heads to St. Moritz to take on the World Famous bobsleigh track with a little help from Olympic gold medallist Amy Williams.
Pakistan made a fine start to their three-Test series with South Africa, limiting their hosts to 253 all out on day one of the opening match at the Wanderers.
Categories: Cricket news
Kim Bailey hit rock bottom but some top quality horses mean he is aiming for racing's big prizes again, writes Cornelius Lysaght
Warwickshire director of cricket Dougie Brown admits that he may make mistakes as he adjusts to his new role.
DJ Campbell denies claims from Hull boss Steve Bruce that he walked out on talks by claiming he was going to get lunch.
IBF super-middleweight champion Carl Froch will face Mikkel Kessler at London's O2 Arena on 25 May.
South Africa's Richard Sterne retains a one-shot lead after the second round of the Dubai Desert Classic.
Caterham give Dutchman Giedo van der Garde, formerly their reserve driver, a full-time race seat for the 2013 season.
Focused Ferrari save their aggression for their car design, while Fernando Alonso saves himself for the ultimate test
World and European champions Spain omit Chelsea striker Fernando Torres for the second international game in a row.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon is considering a move for Kenji Gorre after having the winger on trial.
Wheelchair fencing and basketball win funding reprieve but table tennis, wrestling and volleyball miss out.
Birmingham boss Lee Clark believes Jack Butland can become Europe's best keeper following his move to Stoke.