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Chelsea have contacted the RFU about the possibility of playing at Twickenham for a season while Stamford Bridge is redeveloped.
Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's Premier League game between Stoke City and Newcastle United.
Andy Murray saves five match points before beating Tommy Robredo to secure his first title since winning Wimbledon in 2013.
Kenyan Dennis Kimetto breaks the world marathon record as he becomes the first man to run under two hours three minutes.
Manchester United's Wayne Rooney says the next two to three years at Old Trafford could be the best of his career.
Arsenal eyeing Delph, Liverpool chasing Gonzalo Higuain, trio of clubs on alert over Marco Reus, Lerner to sell Villa on the cheap, plus more.
Liam Phillips becomes the first British male to win the UCI BMX Supercross series world title despite a poor final competition.
BBC Sport looks back at 50 iconic FA Cup goals in the build-up to the first round proper, which takes place in November.
From Rooney’s dismissal to Southampton’s remarkable run, Phil McNulty answers the key questions to arise from Saturday’s matches.
Steven Gerrard is far from a spent force but questions over his current role will not go away, says BBC Sport's Chris Bevan.
Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho apologises for making "a bad choice" by leaving Anfield before the Merseyside derby.
Injury rules Aaron Ramsey and Mikel Arteta out of Arsenal's games against Galatasaray and Chelsea, says Arsene Wenger.
Laura Trott, Jess Varnish and Callum Skinner add to their gold medal hauls at the National Track Championships.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says captain Wayne Rooney's red card against West Ham was the "right" decision.
If US captain Tom Watson can conjure a Ryder Cup comeback on Sunday, it would be his greatest golfing achievement, writes Tom Fordyce
Arsene Wenger says Arsenal's failure to beat Tottenham was "frustrating" as they played out a 1-1 draw in the North London derby.
Welshman Jamie Donaldson looks forward to the Sunday singles after helping Europe to a 10-6 lead over USA in the Ryder Cup.
Captain Paul McGinley puts out a strong top-order for Sunday's singles as Europe seek four points to retain the Ryder Cup.