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  • Australia v Pakistan, 5th ODI, Perth
  • Cricket: Afridi banned for two T20s for ball-tampering
  • Jan 31, 2010: Shahid Afridi has been banned for two Twenty20 internationals after being found guilty of ball-tampering during Pakistan's two-wicket loss to Australia at the WACA in Perth

  • Farmers Insurance Open, Day Four
  • Golf: Crane lifts himself to third US PGA win
  • Jan 31, 2010: Ben Crane has held on in a dramatic final hole to claim the Farmers Insurance Open in California, his third US PGA Tour victory and first in five years.

  • Premier League
  • Football: Rooney not for sale at any price - Gill
  • Jan 31, 2010: Manchester United chief executive David Gill has stressed that Wayne Rooney is not for sale at any price, while the England striker again re-iterated his desire to stay at the club.

  • Australian Open, Day 14
  • Tennis: Awesome Federer too good for Murray
  • Jan 31, 2010: Roger Federer was in devastating form as he denied Andy Murray a historic victory in the Australian Open final, overwhelming the Briton in straight sets.

  • Mosley v Mayweather
  • Boxing: Mosley signs deal to fight Mayweather Jnr
  • Jan 31, 2010: Shane Mosley's attorney has confirmed that a contract to fight Floyd Mayweather Jnr has been signed by his client, with Mayweather's signature to come "in the next two days".

  • Australian Open final
  • Golf: Murray v Federer Live
  • Jan 30, 2010: Follow live commentary and chat from the Australian Open final between Andy Murray and Roder Federer

  • Premier League
  • Football: Benitez rules out Babel sale
  • Jan 30, 2010: Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez has ruled out the prospect of selling Ryan Babel in January. The Spaniard saw his side beat Bolton 2-0 and after the game insisted the Dutchman was staying at Anfield.

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