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Striker Emmanuel Adebayor is excluded from Tottenham's Premier League and Europa League squads.
Israel and Celtic midfielder Nir Bitton says Wales are much more than Gareth Bale ahead of their crucial qualifier this weekend.
Lewis Hamilton expresses his opposition to the idea of his Mercedes team supplying Red Bull with engines in the future.
BBC Sport's Alan Shearer meets Harry Kane to discuss England's current qualification campaign and the atmosphere in the camp.
Watch this unbelievable table tennis rally between Adrien Mattenet and Par Gerell at the Czech Open.
Great Britain's Para-rowing team secure gold and three silvers on day five of the World Rowing Championships.
Lewis Hamilton on his new hairstyle, why he loves to travel the world and finding the right balance in life.
Danny von Poppel wins Vuelta 12th stage to Lleida despite puncture 7km from the finish as Fabio Aru retains lead.
Guy Martin wants to return to action following his Superbike crash in Northern Ireland but will take his time.
Scott Jamieson is joint leader of the Russian Open on six-under par after an opening round of 65
Wales midfielder Joe Ledley ruled out of tonight's Euro 2016 qualifier against Cyprus in Nicosia.
Team news as Leeds Rhinos host St Helens in Friday's Super League fixture at Headingley (20:00 BST).
Rugby League convert Sam Burgess says he "feels like a rugby union player" before England face Ireland in the last warm-up match ahead of the World Cup.
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan discusses Friday's Euro 2016 qualifying match against Georgia, and provides reporters with a parting laugh.
A US judge has overturned a four-game suspension against National Football League (NFL) quarterback Tom Brady, calling the league's disciplinary process "fundamentally unfair".
Former top jump jockey Graham Bradley, who was banned from racing for five years until 2007, drops plans to become a trainer.
Sam Burgess "feels like a rugby union player" as England face Ireland in the final warm-up match before the World Cup.
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan says he can not understand why some feel the Euro 2016 qualifier in Georgia is a "must win".