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Tottenham to face Sydney FC
Tottenham have agreed to play Sydney FC in a friendly at the ANZ Stadium on May 30 in Australia.
MvG rages at Wright
Michael van Gerwen shared the points with Peter Wright in a bad-tempered affair in Exeter on Thursday night.
Rocket and Trump dumped out
Favourites Ronnie O'Sullivan and Judd Trump suffered shock defeats in the second round of snooker's Shoot-Out on Thursday night.
Joseph backs attacking approach
Bath and England centre Jonathan Joseph admits he would find it difficult to flourish in a Test side that did not favour an attacking approach to the game.
Holmes dominant at Doral
JB Holmes fired a sensational tournament-record 62 to claim a commanding lead at the WGC-Cadillac Championship as Rory McIlroy's poor form in Florida continued on day one.
Chisnall top of the league
Dave Chisnall is top of the Premier League after a one-sided win over Gary Anderson on Thursday.
Manning agrees to pay cut
Peyton Manning has agreed to take a pay cut to remain with the Denver Broncos, the first time the quarterback has done so in his career.
Hodgson: Kane may have to wait
Roy Hodgson says Tottenham striker Harry Kane is ready for a call-up to the senior England squad but has warned his selection is far from a certainty.
WATCH: Sensational Salah goal
Mohamed Salah has hit top form for Fiorentina since joining on loan from Chelsea and this goal in the Coppa Italia semi-final tie at Juventus is perfect proof.
Leeds win in second-half blitz
Seven tries and a perfect kicking display from Kevin Sinfield gives Leeds Rhinos a 43-12 Super League win at Hull FC on Thursday.
Salah double shocks Juve
Mohamed Salah scored twice for Fiorentina as they ended Juventus' 47-game unbeaten home run with a 2-1 victory in the first leg of their Coppa Italia semi-final on Thursday night.
Rangers set for D-Day meeting
The fate of the Rangers board rests on Friday's Extraordinary General Meeting at Ibrox, with Dave King looking set to take control of the Scottish Championship club.
Cisse accepts FA charge
Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse has accepted an Football Association charge in relation to the spitting incident with Jonny Evans.
Sky Sports' Paul Merson gives his predictions ahead of the FA Cup quarter-finals, finding it too tough to call the Old Trafford tie...
Patriots to release Wilfork
The New England Patriots have left legendary defensive tackle Vince Wilfork to be a free agent after declining an option on his contract.
Nelsen hails new Reid deal
Ryan Nelsen believes West Ham have issued a statement of intent by tying Winston Reid to a new six-and-a-half year deal.
Spurs want striker to develop
Tottenham are keen for young striker Shaquile Coulthirst to continue his development out on loan following a successful spell at Southend.
McClair keen to make a difference
Newly-appointed Scotland performance director Brian McClair has vowed to take an active approach to the role.
Adcocks reach quarter-finals
Chris and Gabby Adcock defeated Sanjaya Sukamuljo and Greysia Polii to book their place in the mixed double quarter-finals at the All England Open Championships.
Life is good for Jefferson
A review of the action from Carlisle where Grey Life continued the fine recent run of form of Malcolm Jefferson.
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- Paul Merson's predictions: Man Utd to draw at Newcastle
- Jamie Carragher: Brendan Rodgers has worked wonders at Liverpool
- Carl Froch wants to beat Andre Ward in Nottingham before setting his sights on Golovkin says Eddie Hearn