LIVE: India vs. England
Follow ball-by-ball coverage of the second ODI in Cuttack, where England captain Eoin Morgan won the toss and decided to bowl.
LIVE: Djokovic crashes out in Melbourne
Defending Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic has been dumped out of this year's tournament by Denis Istomin. Follow the latest action on courtcast.
Istomin: 'I feel sorry for Novak, I was playing so good today'
Denis Istomin reacts to defeating defending champion Novak Djokovic in the second round of the Australian Open.
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.
Ogden: Lucas earns narrow Liverpool win
A goal from an unusual source secured Liverpool's win, but Jurgen Klopp's young side missed chances and were tested at Plymouth, writes Mark Ogden.
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.
Marcotti: No sense in Sanchez-Pjanic swap.
Gab Marcotti argues that while it might look good on paper, an Alexis Sanchez and Miralem Pjanic swap is wishful thinking.
Guardiola's real test at Man City starts now
After an early run of positive results, Pep Guardiola will not have foreseen arriving in January with so many issues. The real work starts now.
Holding on to Rose & Co. is vital to Spurs rise
Tottenham are constructing a brand-new, 60,000-seat stadium. If they want those seats filled, they must hold on to young stars like Danny Rose.
Iheanacho: I saved up to watch Aguero goal
Kelechi Iheanacho says he had to save around 15p to watch Sergio Aguero's goal that secured the Premier League title for Manchester City in 2012.
Evans: Kyrigos will win a Grand Slam.
Brit Dan Evans tells ESPN's Steph Brantz about his second round win, facing Tomic in the next round and friendship with Nick Krygios.
Who's brave enough to coach Nick Kyrgios?
Nick Kyrgios is after a coach. But who would be brave enough to take on the task of taming tennis's most tantalising but temperamental talents?
Gruden explains the mental game Brady plays with opponents.
Jon Gruden breaks down Tom Brady's ability to read defenses and call audibles at the line of scrimmage which he expects will make life very difficult for the Steelers' defense.
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."
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.
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."
Jack vacates world title, will move up in weight
Four days after a majority draw with James DeGale in their unification fight, Badou Jack vacated his super middleweight world title with the intent to move up to light heavyweight.
Okolie: McDonalds job to professional boxer
Lawrence Okolie, who represented Great Britain at last year's Olympics, has signed a professional contract with promoter Eddie Hearn and will compete at cruiserweight.
Michallik: Injury still not behind Shaw.
Janusz Michallik says Luke Shaw is still not psychologically over his broken leg suffered in 2015.
Can Mertesacker avoid the curse of captaincy?
Arsene Wenger has said he will extend Per Mertesacker's contract for one year. But is he the latest to suffer from the curse of the Arsenal captaincy?
Sanchez's emotions a good thing for Arsenal
Alexis Sanchez's frustration at being substituted vs. Swansea, says more about the Chilean's competitiveness than his level of happiness at Arsenal.
Women's pioneer Heyhoe-Flint dies aged 77.
Baroness Rachael Heyhoe-Flint, the former captain of the England Women's cricket team, and one of the pioneers of the global game, has died at the age of 77
The tireless champion of women's cricket liberation
Baroness Rachael Heyhoe-Flint was a larger-than-life personality who was never afraid to take on cricket's male establishment, and who made it her mission to 'get things done'
Buttler relishes fear factor as England look to battle back
Far from being downcast after a chastening defeat in the first ODI, Jos Buttler believes England have the batting firepower to bounce back at Cuttack
Four things you need to know about what the European Tour changed.
Four things you need to know about what the European Tour changed for their Ryder Cup team! Video by Michael Collins
Europe revamps Ryder Cup qualifying system
As part of a revamp of its qualifying system, Europe will have four captain's picks on its team for the 2018 Ryder Cup.
Mickelson to return at CareerBuilder Challenge
After undergoing two sports hernia surgeries, Phil Mickelson will return a week earlier than expected to play in this week's Career Builder Challenge in La Quinta, California.
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.
Warren Gatland adds 3 to his Lions backroom team for New Zealand
Lions appoint Rhodri Bown as head analyst, Eanna Falvey as head of medical, and head of strength and conditioning Paul Stridgeon for the 10-match New Zealand tour.
Ben Ryan takes consultant role with WRU
The Welsh Rugby Union has appointed sevens coach Ben Ryan in a consultancy role, claiming his appointment is a 'real coup'.
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