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Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti hints Gareth Bale could return from injury in time to play for Wales against Belgium.
Exeter's Henry Slade does not mind where he is picked to play as he hopes to make his full England debut.
Leeds Rhinos centre Kallum Watkins signs a new five-year deal with the Challenge Cup holders.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho praises "difficult opponents" Shrewsbury Town after the Blues' 2-1 Capital One Cup win at Greenhous Meadow.
Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston plans to appoint a "domestic" manager following the dismissal of Jose Riga on Monday.
Scarlets will be without 18 players for their Pro12 match against Zebre on Saturday due to injuries and Wales call-ups.
Newcastle United's players want Alan Pardew to remain as the club's manager, says defender Daryl Janmaat.
A London-based NFL team could be worth more than £100m a year to the UK, according to a new report.
Harlequins sign South African fly-half Tim Swiel on loan from Sharks to cover for the injured Ben Botica.
Kansas City Royals beat San Francisco Giants 10-0 to take the best-of-seven World Series to the deciding game.
Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg will not take charge of a game this weekend after two breaches of protocol.
Wales forwards coach Robin McBryde says the door "has not been closed" on Adam Jones despite his omission from the squad for autumn Tests.
How are Rangers in financial turmoil and what is Newcastle owner Mike Ashley's part at the club?
BBC Sport looks back at 50 iconic FA Cup goals in the build-up to the first round proper, which takes place in November.
Peter Schmeichel, who played in goal for Manchester United and Manchester City, recalls his derby memories ahead of the teams' Premier League meeting on Sunday.
Rangers progress to the semi-finals of the Scottish League Cup after a narrow victory over St Johnstone.
Rangers boss Ally McCoist hopes to avoid Celtic in the League Cup semi-finals, should their old rivals beat Partick Thistle.
Intelligent, emotionally stable, two-footed - how innovative coaches are creating a new breed of player.
Swansea manager Garry Monk will meet referees' boss Mike Riley on Friday to discuss decisions he feels are costing his team.