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Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is full of praise for Steven Gerrard before their Champions League game against Ludogorets.
A look back at Lionel Messi's Champions League exploits, as the Argentine breaks the goalscoring record in the competition.
Shaun Edwards hits back at suggestions that Wales head coach Warren Gatland is under pressure over recent results.
The Football Association rules out boycotting the 2018 and 2022 World Cups over allegations of corruption in the bidding process.
Centre Billy Twelvetrees is in line to start against Australia as England name the same 23-man squad that beat Samoa.
Former world champion Graeme Dott and 2013 World finalist Barry Hawkins eased into the second round of the UK Championship.
Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's Champions League game between Arsenal and Borussia Dortmund.
Muhammad Ali's daughters say their father laughs at the constant speculation his health is deteriorating.
Wales and Ospreys prop Nicky Smith is to have an operation on a torn pectoral injury and will be out of action for months.
F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton drops in on the BBC and his action-packed visit provides plenty of photo opportunities.
Former West Indies batsman Phil Simmons hopes Phil Hughes is as lucky as he was with his recovery from a serious head injury.
England bowler Steven Finn could miss England's first one-day international against Sri Lanka with a groin injury.
How and why Qatar, Dubai and Abu Dhabi have launched a land grab of sporting events unmatched anywhere in the world.
Double Olympic champion Mo Farah will run his first cross-country for four years at January's Great Edinburgh Cross Country.
Playing at Wembley in front of a record crowd may be a defining moment for the women's game, says England's Casey Stoney.
Seven jockeys receive 10-day bans for ignoring a yellow flag being waved in error by a steward at Sedgefield.
The daughters of boxing legend Muhammad Ali, Maryum and Hanna, explain that "he's not in pain" and has "never been on his death bed".
Celtic defender Jason Denayer thinks the Scottish champions are capable of lifting the Europa League trophy.
England forwards coach Graham Rowntree expects Australia to have worked on any weakness at the scrum when they meet on Saturday.