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Monaco make point at Zenit
Substitute Yannick Carrasco came closest to snatching victory as Monaco emerged from their trip to Zenit St Petersburg with a point after a 0-0 draw.
Widnes reward Leuluai
Macgraff Leuluai will remain with Widnes for at least the next two seasons after signing a contract extension with the club.
Greenwood backs Lancaster deal
Sky Sports rugby pundit Will Greenwood has backed the decision by the Rugby Football Union to extend England head coach Stuart Lancaster's contract until 2019.
Howell suffers injury setback
David Howell has revealed that injury could prevent him from defending his Alfred Dunhill Links Championship title this week.
Pochettino defends Adebayor
Tottenham head coach Mauricio Pochettino has defended underfire Emmanuel Adebayor saying he "believes" in the Togo striker.
G Force to skip Abbaye
G Force is unlikely to run in the Prix de l'Abbaye at Longchamp on Sunday, with connections instead likely to wait a fortnight for Champions Day at Ascot.
So that’s it. Having started out way back in the winter months of last year, this season ended with three successive defeats. It was a tough way to finish, particularly as we had been one good result away from being crowned minor premiers.
Hughes clear in championship
Richard Hughes finally passed Ryan Moore in the jockeys' championship after a successful afternoon at Salisbury.
St Johnstone snap up McFadden
St Johnstone have completed the signing of former Scotland striker James McFadden after a successful trial until the end of the season.
Mills decides to leave Essex
Bowler Tymal Mills has decided to leave Essex at the end of the season when his current contract expires.
Mantom will not be rushed back
Walsall boss Dean Smith has refused to rush Sam Mantom's recovery but insisted the midfielder is nearing a return.
Caruso wins Milano-Torino
Italy’s Giampaolo Caruso claimed his first victory since 2009 by winning the Milano-Torino one-day race.
McGinley salutes vice-captains
Paul McGinley believes his decision to appoint five assistant captains for the Ryder Cup was crucial to Europe's victory at Gleneagles.
Saints v Dragons: Teams
St Helens welcome back prop Alex Walmsley from suspension for Thursday's visit of Catalan Dragons in the only change to the side that beat Castleford in their opening playoff tie a fortnight ago.
Boucaud delight at call-up
Dagenham midfielder Andre Boucaud has spoken of his delight at being called up by Trinidad & Tobago.
Zola backed for Fulham post
Gianfranco Zola has emerged as a leading contender for the vacant manager’s position at Fulham, according to Sky Bet’s odds.
Toocool has American dream
Runaway Mill Reef Stakes winner Toocoolforschool is being geared up for an exciting trip to the Breeders' Cup at Santa Anita.
Mazzarri wants Inter response
Attention will be focused on Walter Mazzarri and Rafael Benitez, managers of Inter Milan and Napoli respectively, in the Europa League this week.
Deila targets 10-point haul
Celtic manager Ronny Deila is convinced 10 points will be enough to see his side through to the last 32 of the Europa League.
Berkshire on comeback trail
Forgotten horse Berkshire is set for an imminent return to competitive action.
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