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Five things we learned
So England couldn’t quite get back to winning ways with a drawn first Test against the West Indies in Antigua. There are plenty of positives for both sides to take into the second Test in Grenada but also the odd concern.
Hussain: Draw won’t hurt
Nasser Hussain says England’s spirits will be high going to Grenada for the second Test of the series despite the West Indies frustrating them for a draw in the first in Antigua.
Chaos continues at Leeds
The never-ending chaos at Leeds continued on Friday as six players withdrew from Saturday's game at Charlton citing injury.
Botham hails Anderson
Sir Ian Botham paid tribute to "magnificent" James Anderson after the seamer broke his record to become England's record Test wicket-taker.
Mourinho: Lay off Pellegrini
Jose Mourinho spoke out in defence of underfire Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini ahead of welcoming rivals United to Stamford Bridge on Saturday Night Football.
O'Connor brace earns Vale draw
Michael O'Connor converted two second-half penalties as lowly Port Vale checked Preston's promotion charge by earning a 2-2 draw at Vale Park.
Karanka: Boro deserve to go up
Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka insists his side are the most deserving of a place in the Barclays Premier League next season after seeing the Teessiders move to the top of the Sky Bet Championship.
Van Gaal demands perfection
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal wants his team to put in a perfect performance against league leaders Chelsea on Saturday.
Toure disappoints Pellegrini
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini admits he is “not happy” with Yaya Toure's performances this season.
Wilkin lauds Leeds youngsters
St Helens captain Jon Wilkin lauded Leeds’ outside backs Zak Hardaker and Kallum Watkins as the ‘future of English rugby’ after seeing the Rhinos dominate his side at Langtree Park on Friday.
Draw frustrates record-breaker
James Anderson admitted his frustration at only drawing with the West Indies in the first Test in Antigua despite surpassing Sir Ian Botham as England's top Test-wicket taker.
Handley treble gives Leeds win
A hat-trick of tries from teenage winger Ash Handley helped Leeds to a handsome 41-16 win over reigning champions St Helens that takes them six points clear at the top of Super League.
Edinburgh dominate Dragons
Edinburgh advanced to their first European final after producing a dominant performance to beat Newport Gwent Dragons 45-16 in the European Challenge Cup on Friday night.
Spieth back in RBC contention
Masters champion Jordan Spieth roared back into contention at the RBC Heritage following a second-round nine-under-par 62 before Troy Merritt's course-record 61 grabbed a healthy overall lead of four shots.
Boro go top with Norwich win
Alexander Tettey's own goal gifted Middlesbrough a crucial 1-0 win against Norwich as Boro returned to the top of the Sky Bet Championship on Friday night.
Renault: Cars at risk of DNF
Renault admit both Red Bulls and both Toro Rossos are at risk of suffering the same failure that ended Max Verstappen’s Chinese GP this weekend in Bahrain.
Row over May-Pac tickets
Tickets for the fight of the century between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao were always expected to be hard to get hold off but just two weeks before the bout not one has gone on public sale.
Mumbai slump to fourth defeat
Mumbai Indians slumped to their fourth straight defeat in the IPL, hammered by six wickets by Chennai Super Kings.
'Victory possible' says Vettel
Sebastian Vettel says victory is possible in the Bahrain GP, even though Mercedes set the pace as expected in Friday evening’s practice session.