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Manchester City and England goalkeeper is banned for three games after the punch-up with Birmingham City's Freda Ayisi.
Tottenham Hotspur says it has struck a private deal to buy disputed land for a proposed £400m football stadium.
Incoming England and Wales Cricket Board chairman Colin Graves confirms his preference for Test matches to last four days.
Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's International Friendlies game between Netherlands and Spain.
Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's European Championship Qualifying game between Israel and Belgium.
Stuart Olding is out for up to nine months after suffering a knee injury against Cardiff, ending his World Cup hopes.
Less cross-country in "knickers and polo shirt" and improved facilities in schools would improve PE for girls, says Victoria Pendleton.
Merry King, a stablemate of favourite Shutthefrontdoor, is to miss the Grand National at Aintree on 11 April.
Club and international matches at Windsor Park could be in doubt because of possible subsidence in the West Stand.
Birmingham City's parent company, Birmingham International Holdings Limited, receives five offers for the Championship club.
Andy Murray's success is a key component in the development of future British tennis stars, says LTA chief executive Michael Downey.
Fifa confirms this summer's Women’s World Cup in Canada will feature Hawk-Eye goalline technology.
BBC Sport meets Julie Payne to learn more about her remarkable bid to compete at the 2016 Rio Paralympics.
The Dongfeng Race Team reaches safety in Argentina after suffering a broken mast 200 nautical miles off Cape Horn.
Playing in the European Under-21s Championship could be of benefit to England's young stars, writes BBC Sport's Alistair Magowan.
Wasps hope that England lock forward Joe Launchbury could be fit to return for this season's final few Premiership games.
Cardiff Blues fly-half Rhys Patchell will miss the Challenge Cup quarter-final against Dragons after his head injury at Ulster.
Birmingham Bears, the T20 Blast champions, sign New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum for this summer's tournament.