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Ferrari: Kimi needs 'homework'
After watching Kimi Raikkonen’s qualifying difficulties continue at the Monaco GP, Ferrari team boss Maurizio Arrivabene joked that he should give the Finn extra “homework”.
Opposite corner: Linares
We take a closer look at Jorge Linares as he prepares to put his WBC title on the line against Kevin Mitchell on May 30, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
Stokes rockets up rankings
Ben Stokes' match-winning performance in the first Test against New Zealand at Lord's has seen him rocket up the Reliance International Cricket Council Test rankings.
Grant calls on FIFA to stand firm
Avram Grant has urged FIFA not to bow to pressure from the Palestinian football authorities who want sanctions to be imposed on Israel.
Joshua welcomes 'media hype'
Anthony Joshua has responded to Kevin Johnson's claim he is 'a media hype job' ahead of Saturday's highly-anticipated heavyweight clash at the 02 Arena - live on Sky Box Office.
Boulden eyes Solheim Cup spot
Amy Boulden has set her sights on a future place in Europe’s Solheim Cup side, but fears she may have left it too late to be considered part of this year’s side.
West Ham in Europa qualifiers
West Ham will enter the Europa League qualifiers after finishing top of the Premier League Fair Play League.
Panel predicts: Joshua-Johnson
Anthony Joshua has obliterated everything in his path since turning professional in 2013. But the British heavyweight contender faces arguably the toughest test of his career so far this Saturday night when he takes on experienced American Kevin Johnson, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
Brentford strike duo depart
Brentford strikers Tommy Smith and Nick Proschwitz have been released by the club.
Coronation up Dolniya's street
Top-class French filly Dolniya is on course to make her British debut in the Investec Coronation Cup at Epsom on Saturday week.
Erratic Kvitova downs Erakovic
Petra Kvitova struggled into the French Open second round on Tuesday with a gruelling 6-4 3-6 6-4 win over New Zealand's Marina Erakovic.
Hazard: Why leave Chelsea?
Eden Hazard wants to stay at Chelsea for years and join football's elite by leading the club to Champions League glory.
Karaktar on track for French Derby
Karaktar is one of the star names among 18 horses still in contention for the Prix du Jockey Club following the first forfeit stage.
Mitchell: Cut is 'perfect'
Kevin Mitchell says a cut on the bridge of his nose is 'perfect' and will not stop him from taking Jorge Linares' WBC world lightweight title on Saturday night - live on Sky Box Office.
Angry Schaaf quits Frankfurt
Thomas Schaaf has quit as Eintracht Frankfurt manager and blamed the club’s board for making him leave after only one season in charge of the Bundesliga club.
Sky Live: Worcester v Bristol
Worcester remain unchanged for Wednesday night's Greene King IPA Championship final second leg against Bristol at Sixways
Nelson: Mitchell cut is minor
Johnny Nelson has played down concern over a small cut on Kevin Mitchell's nose ahead of Saturday's WBC world lightweight title clash with Jorge Linares at the O2 Arena.
Neil ready for challenge
Norwich manager Alex Neil knows he will have to learn fast for life in the Barclays Premier League but will waste no time in getting started.
Ribbons may cut a dash to Curragh
The Pretty Polly Stakes at the Curragh is among the options under consideration for Ribbons following her encouraging return at York earlier this month.
British quartet reach US Open
Kylie Walker, Lauren Taylor, Holly Aitchison and Heather MacRae have all secured their places at July's US Women's Open, as Melissa Reid and Georgia Hall failed to qualify.
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