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Tigers make steady progress
Half-centuries for Mominul Haque and Imrul Kayes helped Bangladesh make steady progress on day one of the first Test with Pakistan in Khulna.
Benteke reports played down
Christian Benteke's agent has played down reports linking the Aston Villa striker with a possible big-money summer move.
Beauvue: I'm leaving Guingamp
Guingamp striker Claudio Beauvue has announced he will leave the club this summer, with Everton and West Ham reportedly interested.
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Candy seeking Limato pointer
Views from connections ahead of the Merriebelle Stable Pavilion Stakes at Ascot on Wednesday.
Barbarians call for Rokocoko
New Zealand great Joe Rokocoko has been revealed as one of the latest additions to Robbie Deans' Barbarians squad to face Ireland and England next month.
WATCH: Elphick's bizarre ritual
Tommy Elphick is one of a number of superstitious footballers, but his pre-match ritual is one of the most bizarre.
'We delivered Eddie's dream'
Bournemouth chairman Jeff Mostyn believes the newly-promoted club will have no problem hanging onto manager Eddie Howe after they delivered his dream of top-flight football on Monday evening.
Allen: Conference hard to escape
Barnet manager Martin Allen believes the Conference is the hardest division to get out of, after guiding his side to the only automatic promotion place this season.
Business as usual for Grayson
Preston manager Simon Grayson insists it is business as usual at the club this week ahead of Sunday's promotion decider.
Arthur: Floyd simply better
Former WBO super featherweight champion Alex Arthur believes Floyd Mayweather Jr will secure his legacy by beating Manny Pacquiao on Saturday night.
Question marks over Gold pair
Views from connections ahead of the Bibby Financial Services Ireland Gold Cup at Punchestown on Wednesday.
Moore: I'd have kept Tranmere up
Ronnie Moore insists Tranmere would still be in League One, rather than preparing for non-league football, if he'd not been sacked.
County Championship latest
Updates from the third day of the third round of County Championship fixtures.
Lapping: Investment looks good
Andrew Lapping said Carlisle's new investment plan will "leave money in the bank and a clean balance sheet" in time for next season.
Williams 'has no plans to retire'
Legendary F1 team owner Sir Frank Williams has "no plans to retire", according to his daughter and deputy Claire.
Le Tiss earns Bilbao award
Southampton legend and Sky Sports pundit Matt Le Tissier will be honoured for his contribution to football – by Spanish club Athletic Bilbao.
Sceaux tops Ryanair six
Un De Sceaux will face just five rivals in Thursday's Ryanair Novice Chase, with stablemate Vautour not featuring in the field.
Fly and Jezki take World test
Hurricane Fly and Jezki will clash yet again but this time over three miles in the Ladbrokes World Series Hurdle at Punchestown on Thursday.
Bradford still in takeover talks
Bradford could be in the hands of new owners in time for the start of next season, says joint chairman Mark Lawn.
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- Martin Keown thinks Arsenal will go on the attack in top-two tussle with Chelsea
- Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says Arsenal's title drought is 'boring'
- Merson's predictions: Chelsea will settle for draw against Man Utd
- Arsenal 0-0 Chelsea: Chelsea move within six points of Premier League title