Liberty complete F1 takeover, end of the road for Ecclestone
Bernie Ecclestone's four-decade reign as the ruler of Formula One is over after American company Liberty Media completed its £6 billion purchase of the sport.
Can Serena be rattled?
Mary Jo Fernandez and Steph Brantz look ahead to Serena Williams' quarterfinal matchup against Johanna Konta and break down whether Rafael Nadal can overcome recent struggles against Milos Raonic.
A transfer reality check for Liverpool
Liverpool's early season form lulled the club into a false sense of security about the squad and now, they're exposed.
Man Utd target Guedes in talks with PSG
Benfica star Goncalo Guedes has long been a target for Man United. So why will he end up at PSG? As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse.
How Chris Hogan and the Patriots came together
In yet another example of how resourceful the franchise can be, Chris Hogan came to New England relatively cheap, and unwanted by a division rival.
England players told to limit time on mobiles
England players are to have restrictions placed on their use of mobile phones as part of a drive to improve skill levels leading into the next World Cup.
Premier League in 90 Seconds: Good bad news.
Anthony Richardson recaps all the good news clouded by bad news that took the Premier league weekend by storm.
Top clubs' needs as window closes
ESPN FC's club correspondents and bloggers discuss what their team needs to do in the final days of the transfer window.
Premier League title race set for dramatic finish
Chelsea may be favourites to win the title but we might be about to see the most dramatic and congested run-in in Premier League history.
Klopp reveals frustration on January deals
Jurgen Klopp has said Liverpool are keen to reinforce the squad in the January window but have been frustrated by clubs' refusal to do business.
Liverpool should buy Van Dijk - Gerrard
Steven Gerrard has urged Liverpool to sign Southampton centre-back Virgil van Dijk.
Transfer Rater: Courtois to Real Madrid
Thibaut Courtois to Real Madrid and Rachid Ghezzal to Arsenal are some of the emerging rumours, courtesy of Football Whispers.
Roundup: Konta sets up mammoth clash with Serena.
ESPN UK round up the main stories from the day's sport news.
Rooney avoids more Stoke woe
There hasn't been much for Man United fans to smile about at Stoke recently but on Saturday, writes Andy Mitten, the 94th minute cheered them up.
Mourinho: It's not easy to change this team
Jose Mourinho has said it would be difficult to make changes to his team despite recent dropped points due to the quality of performances.
Man City can build on Spurs draw
Marcotti's Musings: Man City let a 2-0 lead slip vs. Spurs but the result actually offers plenty of encouragement. Plus: Can Real survive injuries?
Wenger's top touchline bust-ups
Arsene Wenger has enjoyed an incredible 20-year reign at Arsenal, but he's been involved in a fair few bust-ups too.
Brady says he talks to Matt Ryan regularly.
Tom Brady reveals how often he and Falcons QB Matt Ryan communicate and traces their bond back to the days Ryan was QB at Boston College.
Is this the most high-octane Super Bowl ever?
Vegas suspects New England-Atlanta could be the highest-scoring Super Bowl ever. Here's what history tells us about what could happen.
Ultimate Super Bowl LI Preview
After 266 games, just two teams remain. Will Tom and Bill add a fifth Super Bowl title to their legacy? Or will Matt Ryan's jet-powered offense finally earn a title for Atlanta? Here's your head-to-head breakdown of how the Patriots and Falcons stack up.
Sales slower than usual for Super Bowl tickets
Changes in how Super Bowl tickets are allotted caused a slowdown in sales compared to years past. Industry insiders say the number of tickets listed on StubHub were roughly half the usual volume.
Horner: F1 must focus on entertainment over technology
Red Bull boss Christian Horner believes Formula One's next engine regulations should focus on providing entertainment, rather than a platform for car manufacturers to develop new technologies.
Tiger Woods says he's 'sat out long enough'
Tiger Woods addresses questions about his health as he returns to the PGA tour, saying he's ready to play but will live with the impact of his injuries for the rest of his life.
Rib injury to keep McIlroy out of Desert Classic
Rory McIlroy will not compete at this week's Dubai Desert Classic.
Mavericks hand Lakers worst loss in team history
The Los Angeles Lakers suffered a 122-73 rout at the hands of the Mavericks, the worst loss in Lakers history. Forward Julius Randle said his team should be embarrassed by the effort.
Brook vs. Khan is off after talks collapse
British welterweights clash on Twitter as a meeting in the ring fails to materialise.
WBO lightweight title defence confirmed for Flanagan
Terry Flanagan will put his undefeated record and WBO belt on the line against Petr Petrov in his home city of Manchester on April 8.
Konta can't wait to meet Serena.
Britain's Johanna Konta is looking forward to her first clash against 2016 finalist Serena Williams in the quarter-finals.
Konta believes she can stun Serena at Aussie Open
British No. 1 Konta will meet the 22-time Grand Slam champion for the first time in her career in the Australian Open quarterfinals.
Ranking the remaining Aussie Open players' chances to win the title
Who has the best chance to win the Aussie Open now that we're down to the quarterfinals? Hard to say for sure, but here's our best guess.
Why has Jones hired a visual awareness coach?
Andy Robinson explains what visual awareness coach Sherylle Calder will bring to the England rugby team.
Faletau 'progressing well' ahead of Six Nations
Wales not ready to make a call on the no. 8's availability for their Championship opener against Italy on February 5.
Scotland have shaken off fear factor -- Hogg
Stuart Hogg believes Scotland are ready to match Glasgow's progress in Europe after finally shaking off the fear factor.
Ireland call up uncapped trio for Six Nations
Joe Schmidt has included uncapped trio Rory Scannell, Niall Scannell and Andrew Conway in Ireland's 40-man squad for the Six Nations.
Judge dismisses application to wind up London Welsh
A judge has dismissed an application by the taxman to wind up London Welsh after being told the debt-ridden club had gone into liquidation.
Italian junior disqualified after striking ball kid
An Italian junior has been disqualified from the Australian Open for carelessly, but not aggressively, striking a ball kid with a stray ball.
Butcher: England shouldn't be disheartened.
Mark Butcher believes that England shouldn't be disheartened, despite the disappointing result against India in the ODI series.
Scans clear Willey of significant shoulder damage
England are hopeful that left-armer David Willey will be able to play some part in the T20 series against India after scans did not reveal significant damage to his left shoulder
Stephen Cook completes Durham overseas deal
Durham have confirmed the signing of South African batsmen Stephen Cook for the first half of the 2017 season
'Would you rather' with Mark Wahlberg.
Actor Mark Wahlberg plays a few Boston-themed "would you rather" and whether he would star in a biopic of Eli Manning or Alex Rodriguez.
Yordano Ventura's death leaves baseball in shock
Nearly four months after the stunning death of the Marlins' Jose Fernandez, baseball is mourning the loss of the Royals' Ventura, another magnetic pitcher who had a bright future.
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