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Costa stars in Chelsea win
Diego Costa went from goalscorer to goal provider after laying on two of Chelsea’s three strikes against Vitesse Arnhem in their 3-1 win in the Netherlands on Wednesday night.
Susi out of Sweden game
England Women’s manager Mark Sampson has seen his plans for this weekend’s friendly with Sweden disrupted by the withdrawal of two players through injury.
Deila gutted at Euro defeat
Celtic's 4-1 thumping in their Champions League qualifier at Legia Warsaw left manager Ronny Deila bewildered.
'Lukaku had wrong mentality'
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says Romelu Lukaku's attitude was the reason he let the striker move to Everton.
Adams braced for hectic finish
Norwich City boss Neil Adams is bracing himself for a frenetic end to the summer transfer window, as he works on ins and outs.
Marshall marches into semis
Savannah Marshall showed just why she is the reigning world champion in beating Botswana's Pearl Morake by unanimous decision in her middleweight quarter-final bout at the Commonwealth Games.
McClaren will look at loans
Steve McClaren will look to take advantage of the loan market again as he pieces together his plans at Derby County.
R Sociedad v Aberdeen preview
Aberdeen's new signing Jeffrey Monakana is available to face Real Sociedad in the third round of Europa League qualifying on Thursday night.
Interest mounting in Kennedy
A host of clubs are chasing full-back Tom Kennedy after he parted company with Barnsley, Sky Sports understands.
Bradford duo sign deals
Bradford forwards Tom Olbison and Adam Sidlow have signed new contracts with the relegated Super League club.
Wycombe seal double deal
Sky Sports understands Wycombe Wanderers have agreed a deal to sign Rotherham starlets Nicky Walker and Dan Rowe.
Group B: Notts claim top spot
Steven Mullaney’s unbeaten 63 ended Glamorgan’s winning start to the Royal London One Day Cup and propelled Nottinghamshire to the top of Group B on Wednesday night.
Celtic demoralised in Poland
Scottish champions Celtic were embarrassed 4-1 by Legia Warsaw in the first leg of their Champions League qualifier after a miserable display in Poland on Wednesday night that saw two missed penalties and a red card.
Ipswich set to bag Bajner
Ipswich Town have agreed a two-year deal with Hungarian striker Balint Bajner, Sky Sports understands.
Rutherford makes golden leap
Olympic champion Greg Rutherford followed up his London gold with the Commonwealth long jump title in Glasgow on Wednesday night.
Mason discussing new deal
Joe Mason is discussing a contract extension at Cardiff City, but is expected to head out on loan in the near future.
Everton sign Lukaku for £28m
Everton had to overcome a late paperwork scare to finalise the signature of Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku for a club record fee of £28 million.
Second chance for Smith
Brentford boss Mark Warburton plans to take another look at Tommy Smith before making a decision on his future.
Saker hails bowlers’ attitude
England bowling coach David Saker reserved special praise for his bowlers as Alastair Cook’s men closed in on their first Test victory in almost a year.
Clarke has point to prove
Peter Clarke says he and Blackpool will be looking to prove a point to their doubters in the 2014/15 campaign.
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