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Benito passes Nicholson test
Australian Paul Nicholson crashed out of the William Hill World Darts Championship after losing 3-2 to Benito van de Pas in the first round.
Crawford staying cautious
Hamilton midfielder Ali Crawford believes his side must not get ahead of themselves after their 1-0 away win over Ross County on Saturday.
Derby hero Chaparral put down
High Chaparral, winner of the 2002 Derby, has been put down at Fethard Equine Hospital, aged 15.
United hold on to shock Celtic
Dundee United ended Celtic's eight-match winning run with a 2-1 victory over the Scottish Premiership leaders at Tannadice.
Killie wait on Westlake news
Kilmarnock boss Allan Johnston is keeping his fingers crossed that the injury suffered by Darryl Westlake at Aberdeen on Saturday is not serious.
Graham hopes to extend run
Match-winner Brian Graham insists St Johnstone can extend their winning run after their controversial 1-0 victory over 10-man Inverness CT.
Silva wants more goals
David Silva is confident he can help carry the goalscoring burden for Manchester City while the club are without any of their recognised strikers.
Saphir adds sparkle to Feltham
The exciting Saphir Du Rheu is one of seven entries in the Kauto Star Novices' Chase (in Memory of Nigel Clark) at Kempton on Boxing Day.
Fonte: Saints can match best
Southampton captain Jose Fonte is confident his side can turn around poor results against top teams and match it with the Premier League’s best after securing a "massive" victory against Everton.
Faugheen among Christmas seven
Faugheen stars in a potential field of seven for the williamhill.com Christmas Hurdle at Kempton on Boxing Day after the race was reopened.
Carrick: Falcao to go on a run
Michael Carrick was delighted to see Radamel Falcao on target for Manchester United at Villa Park and he believes the Colombian will notch many more goals this season.
Zero one up at Thurles
A review of Sunday afternoon's meeting at Thurles as Black Zero won an action-packed opening contest.
Dolan blow for Hartlepool
On-loan midfielder Matty Dolan's spell at Hartlepool looks to be over after he suffered a hamstring injury.
Garcia rues Roma's Milan draw
Roma coach Rudi Garcia hopes Saturday's goalless draw against AC Milan does not come back to haunt them.
Afridi to retire from ODIs
Pakistan veteran Shahid Afridi has announced he will retire from one-day internationals after next year’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
Walsh thrilled with Sceaux spin
Ruby Walsh expressed his delight that Un De Sceaux put a fall on his chasing debut firmly behind him with an impressive victory at Fairyhouse on Saturday.
Hartlepool won't sign Evans
Hartlepool have announced they will not sign convicted rapist Ched Evans, after manager Ronnie Moore expressed some interest in the 25-year-old.
Big Bash 'good for Morgan'
Jason Gillespie says new England one-day captain Eoin Morgan has every chance of playing himself into form for the World Cup while on Big Bash League duty for the Sydney Thunder.
February return likely for More Of That
More Of That could be back on the track in February after undergoing a wind operation.
Make or break for Rodgers
Brendan Rodgers faces the biggest challenge of his career to gain qualification for the Champions League again, according to the Sunday Supplement panel.
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