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Candidates wait on FIFA decision
The deadline for FIFA presidency nominations has now passed and the wait is on to see if Sepp Blatter will serve a fifth term in the role.
Swan reaches girls' final
Britain's Katie Swan reached the final of the Australian Open girls' singles after producing a brilliant fightback.
Unseeded pair win doubles
The unseeded pairing of American Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Czech Lucie Safarova won the Australian Open women's doubles title Friday.
Wetherby to inspect
Officials at Wetherby have called an inspection for 1400 GMT on Friday ahead of Saturday's meeting.
Costa awaits fate
Diego Costa will find out today if he will be allowed to take to the pitch for Chelsea in their top of the table clash against Manchester City on Saturday.
Hingis and Paes reach final
Martina Hingis and Leander Paes turned back the clock on Friday to make the Australian Open mixed doubles final, where they will face third seeds Daniel Nestor and Kristina Mladenovic.
Exeter date for Melodic
Melodic Rendezvous could return to action at Exeter on Sunday week.
Korean rookie leads by four
Rookie Ha-Na Jang has taken charge at the season-opening Coates Championship on the LPGA Tour.
NBA: Lakers beat Bulls in OT
The Los Angeles Lakers lifted some of the gloom surrounding them with a double-overtime win over the Chicago Bulls.
Catterick off; Chepstow on
This afternoon's meeting at Catterick has been abandoned due to a frozen track but Chepstow goes ahead as planned.
England on top at WACA
England will require 201 to seal a Tri-Series Final showdown with Australia after producing a cracking fightback during India’s innings at the WACA.
Murray defends fiancee Sears
Andy Murray has defended his fiancee Kim Sears after she was caught on camera during his tense Australian Open semi-final win apparently swearing at the Tomas Berdych camp courtside.
St Louis edge out Predators
The St Louis Blues beat Central Division rivals the Nashville Predators 5-4 on the day goalie Martin Brodeur called time on his distinguished NHL career.
Woods faces battle to make cut
Tiger Woods faces an uphill challenge if he is to make the cut at the Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale.
Pearson: Forget United win
Leicester manager Nigel Pearson admits he has been trying to make his team forget about their Manchester United heroics ever since they beat them 5-3.
Clarke to make weekend return
Michael Clarke remains on course to return for Australia's second World Cup game against Bangladesh ahead of a grade level outing on Saturday.
Villarreal book Barcelona tie
Villarreal booked their place in the Copa del Rey semi-finals with a 2-0 aggregate win over Getafe.
No Union regrets for Burgess
Bath star Sam Burgess insists he has no regrets about his switch to rugby union despite finding it difficult to let go of his league past.
IndyCar opener called off
The opening race of the IndyCar Series in Brasilia on March 8 has been cancelled according to reports in Brazil.
Schurrle nears Wolfsburg move
Chelsea forward Andre Schurrle is inching closer to a move back to the Bundesliga after agreeing to personal terms with Wolfsburg, according to Sky sources.
- Capital One Cup: FA charges Chelsea striker Diego Costa over 'stamp' on Liverpool's Emre Can
- FA Cup fourth round: Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal blames pitch and referee after Cambridge draw
- Thierry Henry insists Diego Costa crossed the line with stamps on Liverpool duo Emre Can and Martin Skrtel
- Premier League: Chelsea scrap pre-Manchester City press conference as Diego Costa contests FA charge
- Capital One Cup: Chelsea reach final as Branislav Ivanovic's goal sinks Liverpool