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Italy call Treviso lock Fuser
Marco Fuser has been called into the Italy squad for their Six Nations opener against Ireland on February 7.
Ramis leaves Wigan for Levante
Ivan Ramis has joined La Liga side Levante after his contract with Wigan Athletic was cancelled by mutual consent.
Chelsea could sell Schurrle
Chelsea are in talks with Wolfsburg for the possible sale of Andre Schurrle in a move to sign Juan Cuadrado.
Sanchez a doubt for Villa game
Arsenal could be without Alexis Sanchez for their Super Sunday game against Aston Villa this weekend.
Wetherby upbeat for Saturday card
Officials at Wetherby expect no problems ahead of Saturday's meeting if the forecast is correct.
O'Brien starts for Wolfhounds
Sean O'Brien will kick-start his Six Nations comeback by starting for Ireland Wolfhounds against England Saxons on Friday night.
McCulloch: We don't fear Celtic
Rangers captain Lee McCulloch says his team respect Celtic but have nothing to fear ahead of Sunday's Scottish League Cup semi-final.
Carver revels in responsibilty
Interim boss John Carver admits he is delighted the Newcastle board have given him the opportunity to take charge of the team until the end of the season.
McLaren face 'learning year'
Fernando Alonso has warned McLaren-Honda face “a learning year” following a circumspect launch of the MP4-30, the first McLaren car to be powered by Honda since 1992.
'Sturridge key to season'
Brendan Rodgers expects the imminent return of "reference point" Daniel Sturridge to help Liverpool push for a top-four place.
McCoy in line for Coneygree mount
Champion jockey Tony McCoy is in line for the spare ride on Coneygree in next weekend's Betfair Denman Chase at Newbury as regular partner Nico de Boinville is suspended.
O'Connor expresses concerns
Inter-county players leaving jobs and choosing careers to suit their GAA ambitions is sending out the wrong message to young players, according to Mayo forward Cillian O’Connor.
Ffos Las blow for Carruthers
Carruthers will miss the Betway West Wales National at Ffos Las on Saturday after an 11th hour setback.
Celtic, Burnley want Armstrong
Dundee United have rejected two bids for Stuart Armstrong, according to Sky sources, one from Celtic and the other from Burnley.
Otago enters Cheltenham picture
Otago Trail could be bound for the Sky Bet Supreme Novices' Hurdle at Cheltenham after winning in style at Wincanton.
Whip ban for Renwick
Wilson Renwick has been handed a 24-day ban by the disciplinary panel of the British Horseracing Authority under the totting-up procedure following a hearing into his use of the whip.
Yuvraj added to MCC squad
India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh has been added to the MCC squad for the Emirates T20 tournament in Dubai in March.
Burgess primed for Saxons bow
Sam Burgess is unfazed by all the World Cup hype and expectation surrounding his England Saxons debut in Cork, according to coach Jon Callard.
Paris-Roubaix route unveiled
This year’s Paris-Roubaix will take place on a 253km route containing 52.7km of cobbles, organisers have revealed.
Wilson demands consistency
Callum Wilson says Bournemouth are intent on overcoming their recent slump and going the distance in the promotion race.
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