Life outside the Premier League
ESPN FC spent three days with Ipswich Town of the English Championship, one of the toughest leagues in football and just one notch below the Premier League, as they prepared for a crucial clash with Rotherham last October.
Dhoni, Yuvraj tons lead India to series win
Yuvraj Singh and MS Dhoni both scored centuries, helping India make 381 and win the Cuttack ODI against England by 15 runs.
Roundup: Istomin rocks tennis world.
ESPN UK round up the main stories from the day's sport news.
Novak Djokovic losing the fight against himself
True, Novak Djokovic suffered the most shocking loss of his career, but more disconcerting is that he doesn't have any answers to restore his once indomitable aura.
Love of game drives GB American football hopefuls
The 65 hopefuls who tried out for Great Britain's American football national team come from many walks of life but with a singular goal -- representing their homeland in a sport they love.
Transfer Talk: Man United close in on £70m-rated Silva
Is Monaco playmaker Bernardo Silva really worth £70 million? Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest gossip.
Transfer Rater: Jan Oblak to Man City
Atletico goalkeeper Jan Oblak to Manchester City and Gaston Ramirez to Leicester are some of the emerging rumours, courtesy of Football Whispers.
United overtake Real, Barcelona on rich list
Manchester United are back on top of the Deloitte Football Money League for the first time since 2005, moving ahead of Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Sources: Utd, Lyon agree fee for Depay
Manchester United have confirmed that they have reached an agreement for the sale of Memphis Depay, worth up to €25m.
Wenger backs temporary exclusions.
Arsene Wenger has commented on rule changes, Dimitri Payet, China and Burnley ahead of the Gunners' meeting with the Clarets.
Don't expect Payet loyalty, it's business
Players are often frozen out by their clubs, so why Dimitri Payet deemed a disgrace when the roles are reversed?
Guardiola must dispel crisis talk at City
There's been talk of a crisis at Manchester City - a win over rivals Tottenham would go a long way to dispelling such talk.
Man City confirm Gabriel Jesus registration
Gabriel Jesus has been finally given clearance to play for Manchester City and will be eligible to play in Saturday's Premier League clash with Spurs.
Djokovic: Istomin deserved to beat me.
Novak Djokovic makes no excuses for his surprise defeat to Denis Istomin in the Australian Open second round.
Murray: Ankle sore but it's all right
Andy Murray admitted his ankle still felt sore on Thursday, but the Scot was able to practise unhindered as he prepares for the Australian Open third round.
Watson and Edmund out of Aus Open
Britain's Heather Watson and Kyle Edmund were both knocked out of the Australian Open in the second round on Thursday.
Djokovic emulates Becker, and Wozniacki's winning streak
The interesting numbers, stats and random facts from Day 4 of the Australian Open.
UK Day 4 wrap: Konta's sole success on day 4.
Johanna Konta is through to the third round but Heather Watson, Kyle Edmund and Jamie Murray's Australian Open is over
Source: Official Kelce ripped is Super Bowl ref
Carl Cheffers, criticized by the Chiefs' Travis Kelce for a controversial holding penalty he called that negated a tying two-point conversion attempt, will be the referee for Super Bowl LI.
Biggest injury questions for NFL playoff teams
NFL Nation reporters assess the biggest injuries among teams playing in this weekend's conference championship games, including Packers WR Jordy Nelson and Falcons WR Julio Jones.
Move leaves San Diegans torn between supporting Chargers, hometown
"I'm not happy about it ... but at the same time I'm trying to break down that stigma of [the] Chargers fan not following."
What does it take to be an American Football player?
ESPN takes a closer look behind the scenes with the British Lions American Football side on their trial day, where over 150 players competed for a spot in the squad.
Kings fear torn Achilles tendon for Rudy Gay
Kings veteran forward Rudy Gay suffered a suspected torn left Achilles tendon Wednesday night against the Pacers and will undergo an MRI on Thursday to confirm the team's preliminary diagnosis.
Durant's best as a Warrior lifts Golden State past triple-doubling Westbrook
Kevin Durant poured in 40 and improved to 2-0 against his former team as Golden State routed OKC despite Russell Westbrook's 21st triple-double.
James Harden outduels Greek Freak, and relishes it
Giannis Antetokounmpo was a sizable challenge for the Rockets, but James Harden was more than up to it, scoring 38 points as Houston sank the Bucks.
Who won and lost on Hall of Fame election night?
Cooperstown opened its doors to a trio of stars while another hopeful just missed the cut. Here's what we learned from the 2017 Hall ballots.
Magnussen: No regrets on career moves.
Kevin Magnussen has said he has no regrets about career choices made with Renault, and is happy they have steered him towards joining Haas F1.
Magnussen feels he has been 'unlucky' in F1
New Haas recruit Kevin Magnussen feels he should have achieved more in his Formula One career so far, but has no regrets about his career trajectory as he starts his third season with a third dif
George Russell added to Mercedes' junior programme
British 18-year-old George Russell has been added to Mercedes young driver programme ahead of his first season in GP3 this year.
Maitland hoping fatherhood the start of successful 2017
Saracens and Scotland wing Sean Maitland has plenty on his plate in 2017 -- both on and off the field.
Six Nations: King relishing switch to Wales from England
Alex King says he is "immensely proud" to be part of Wales' coaching team for Six Nations Championship this season.
RFU to consider five-year residency rule
The Rugby Football Union will consider imposing its own five-year residency rule on England if World Rugby fails to increase the existing level for eligibility.
Hartley not guaranteed to lead England to Japan - Jones
Head coach Eddie Jones has indicated Dylan Hartley could face competition for the England captaincy in the near future.
Coe willing to appear before MPs but wants more details
Lord Sebastian Coe says he is prepared to give further evidence to the Culture, Media and Sport Committee over IAAF corruption.
Woodley feels he's dealing with a different set of rules.
UFC welterweight titlist Tyron Woodley says that no other champion has been treated like him and that if he had a different complexion, "people and fans would treat me a different way."
UFC's Woodley: Race affecting stature as champ
Tyron Woodley claimed race has affected his stature as welterweight champion. He also said the UFC hasn't promoted him as well as other champions and that fans haven't embraced him like others.
Price targets shot at world title in 2017
David Price is targeting two wins and then a fight for the WBO world heavyweight title in 2017.
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