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Tougher sanctions are urgently needed to tackle sectarianism within Scottish football according to a government-commissioned study.
Britain's Kevin Mitchell vows to knock out Jorge Linares when they contest the Venezuelan's WBC lightweight title on Saturday.
Padraig Harrington loses a five-stroke lead to trail the clubhouse leaders by a shot on day two at the Irish Open.
Team news as Bath and Saracens meet in Saturday's Premiership final at Twickenham (14:30 BST).
British heavyweight Anthony Joshua is called "a big baby" by American Kevin Johnson before their fight on Saturday.
Salford's Griffin brothers say they are available to play against Widnes despite the recent death of their father.
England's Twenty20 competition can learn from Australia's Big Bash, Hampshire and Pakistan all-rounder Yasir Arafat says.
Glenn Hoddle reveals Ossie Ardiles dented the FA Cup during celebrations after the 1981 final win over Manchester City.
Saturday's Premiership final between Bath and Saracens offers a chance to compare England's fly-halves, writes Jeremy Guscott.
Sepp Blatter has given his statement to delegates in a bid to win a fifth term as Fifa president.
Andy Murray admits he was probably playing too slow after he was given two time violations during his win over Joao Sousa in the French Open second round.
Five BBC experts have picked a shortlist of the five best Match of the Day goals of the last 50 years - and you can pick your favourite.
Joe Schmidt concedes Jack McGrath's World Cup participation is out of Ireland's control after his yellow card for kneeing.
Liverpool have a £10m bid for England right-back Nathaniel Clyne, 24, rejected by Southampton.
Jonny Brownlee believes he will race brother Alistair on equal terms when they meet competitively for the first time this year.
Tottenham Hotspur sign 22-year-old Austrian defender Kevin Wimmer from Bundesliga side Cologne for an undisclosed fee.
Former world number two and 2012 Wimbledon finalist Agnieszka Radwanska is to play at Nottingham's inaugural WTA event.