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Daniel Sturridge's late header earns England a laboured victory in their friendly against Denmark at Wembley.
Martin O'Neill suffers his first defeat since taking the Republic of Ireland job as his side lose against Serbia.
Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill is critical of his team's performance in the scoreless draw with Cyprus in Nicosia.
Northern Ireland's goal drought in away friendlies now stretches to 10 games after a stalemate with Cyprus in Nicosia.
British Paralympians are happy in Sochi despite the growing unrest in neighbouring Ukraine, says the team's chief executive.
Holders England earn a 2-0 win against Italy in their opening Cyprus Cup game, while Scotland are held by France.
BBC Sport's Matt Dawson says that England's preparation for their match against Wales will all be about payback for last year's 30-3 drubbing.
Gary Barlow and Gary Lineker lead a team of football and pop stars to record the video for the official England 2014 World Cup song.
British tennis player Ross Hutchins is named tournament director for the Aegon Championships at Queen's Club.
England will miss key players like Alex Corbisiero, Dan Cole and Geoff Parling when they face Wales, says Warren Gatland.
South Africa captain Graeme Smith, who engineered the downfall of three England captains, retires from international cricket
Philip Fenton's three Cheltenham Festival entries, including Gold Cup hope Last Instalment, pass dope tests.
A witness at the murder trial of Oscar Pistorius says the South African athlete was responsible for a weapon being fired at a restaurant last year.
Yamaha's Jorge Lorenzo finishes clear of Honda's Dani Pedrosa in the tyre safety testing session on Phillip Island.
Champion Hurdle contender My Tent Or Yours suffers foot wound ahead of the Cheltenham Festival.
Former British soldier Mick Brennan will not compete in Saturday's downhill at the Winter Paralympics after describing conditions as "scary".