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Kevin Pietersen "bottles it" when required to play innings of patience and concentration, according to Geoffrey Boycott.
BBC Sport's cricket analyst Simon Hughes explains why the sport's review technology could not rescue Joe Root when he was given out on Day two of the third Ashes Test.
Spain's Sergio Garcia's surges into a four-shot lead after the third round of the Thailand Golf Championship.
As momentum gathers behind "rail seats" and "safe-standing" areas, what are the prospects of change for British football fans?
Britain's Ross Hutchins talks to BBC Sport's David Ornstein about his recovery from cancer and his aspiration to top the world's doubles rankings.
British doubles player Ross Hutchins says beating cancer meant far less to him than Andy Murray's Wimbledon triumph.
French World Cup winner Thierry Henry will be part of the BBC's 2014 World Cup coverage in Brazil next summer.
Hillsborough campaigner Anne Williams, who died in April, will be honoured with the BBC's Helen Rollason Award on Sunday.
Great Britain's Lizzy Yarnold claims her third straight skeleton World Cup podium of the season with bronze in Lake Placid.
British fighter Mahama Cho wins the +80kg heavyweight division at the inaugural World Taekwondo Grand Prix in Manchester.
Steve McNamara agrees to remain England head coach in a part-time capacity while becoming an assistant at Sydney Roosters.
Fran Halsall and Michael Jamieson outside the medals on day two of the European Short-Course Championships in Denmark.
Four-time Paralympic champion Jason Smyth leaves the Florida training group which included Tyson Gay to move to London.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says the chance to go nine points above Manchester City with victory at the Etihad is a "positive pressure".
Who will the public choose as the 60th BBC Sports Personality of the Year?
David Moyes says his Manchester United side can win plenty of points over Christmas and are focused on getting closer to leaders Arsenal.
Former England captain Michael Vaughan scores during a charity football match between the English and Australian cricket media.
Ross Brawn says he plans to take six months off before deciding whether to return to Formula 1 after leaving Mercedes.
Comedian John Bishop takes on BBC Sport football expert Mark Lawrenson with his predictions for this weekend's Premier League matches.
BBC Sport's cricket analyst Simon Hughes says mastering the extra bounce from the pitch in Perth is they key to batting success.