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England select Danny Care at scrum-half and Joe Marler at loose-head prop for Saturday's Six Nations match in Scotland.
Rory McIlroy recovers from a poor start to post a round of four under par as he begins the defence of his Dubai Desert Classic title.
Hampshire's James Vince will sit out the Indian Premier League auction in a bid to press for an England Test place.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell defends his league's record on concussion claiming that they have "led" on a number of important issues to improve player safety.
From his crashes spawning their own websites, to his only grand prix win, the reasons F1 will miss Pastor Maldonado.
"They created more, scored more and looked like they wanted it more," Tom English on Aberdeen's challenge to Celtic.
John Barclay returns for Scotland in the Six Nations opener against England, while Mark Bennett is fit to play at Murrayfield.
An Australian cricketer receives a six-month ban for bets totalling Aus $15.50 (£7.60) on a Australia-New Zealand Test match.
World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is yet to decide if he will fight Wladimir Klitschko again and could quit the sport.
Sam Warburton says he will hit the ground running in Wales' Six Nations opener despite playing just once since returning from an ankle injury.
The introduction of a 'halo' head protection device on cars in 2017 is planned after drivers call for better safety measures.
Aberdeen cut the gap on Celtic at the top of the Premiership with victory over the league leaders at Pittodrie.
Valencia boss Gary Neville says he was put through one of his "worst experiences" in football as his side lost 7-0 to Barcelona.
PSG set a new Ligue 1 record as they extend their unbeaten run to 33 matches by beating Lorient 3-1.
Ronny Deila is not worried about his future after Celtic's lead at the top of the Premiership is cut to three points.
Gary Neville's Valencia suffer a humiliating defeat as they are crushed by Barcelona in the Copa del Rey semi-final.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez says he side had had learned "really painful lessons" as they beat Newcastle United 3-0.
Watch as one-day captain Eoin Morgan's interview with BBC Sport is interrupted by a thunderstorm after England's 39-run victory over South Africa in Bloemfontein.
Newcastle manager Steve McClaren says the final scoreline was "harsh" on his side in the 3-0 defeat by Everton.
Derek McInnes says "nobody" would bank on his Aberdeen side winning the Premiership after they cut Celtic's lead.