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Gloucester centre Billy Twelvetrees will start for England against Australia on Saturday as Owen Farrell moves to the bench.
BBC Sport cricket analyst Simon Hughes believes that safety in modern cricket is "very good" despite the death of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes.
The FAI supports chief executive John Delaney following the controversy about his singing of an Irish Republican song.
Former Glamorgan cricketer Simon Jones says he is 'deeply saddened' by the death of former team-mate Phillip Hughes
The injury that claimed the life of Australia batsman Phillip Hughes has been described as "incredibly rare".
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers admits he and his team are "frustrated" after conceding a late equaliser to draw 2-2 at Bulgarian champions Ludogorets in the Champions League.
Defending champion Rory McIlroy is two adrift of leader Jordan Spieth after firing an opening 69 at the Australian Open.
Tom English looks at the BBC's interactive drama 'Footballers United' about the Scottish players who fought in World War One.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger jokes that he wants someone new in charge of the draw for the Champions League last 16 after his side qualified with a 2-0 win over Borussia Dortmund.
Snooker legend Steve Davis says he cannot bring himself to retire after losing in round one of the UK Championship.
Richard Wilson catches up with Raith Rovers players on the anniversary of their famous League Cup win over Celtic.
Craig Whyte is detained by police in Mexico after an arrest warrant was issued in relation to his takeover of Rangers in 2011.
Scarlets' Liam Williams is tipped to start on the wing for Wales against South Africa on Saturday if George North is ruled out.
Some Wales players will still opt to play abroad although new dual contracts will help, says Welsh Rugby Union chairman Gareth Davies.
Coach Warren Gatland may have taken Wales as far as he can but should lead them in the 2015 World Cup says ex-Wales back Dafydd James.
Following the death of Test batsman Phillip Hughes in hospital, Australia captain Michael Clarke reads a statement on behalf of his family.
James Sutherland, the chief executive of Cricket Australia, spoke of the affection and respect for Phillip Hughes from around Australia and the rest of the world.
Well-known Australians and cricket figures pay tribute to Phil Hughes, who has died at the age of 25 after being hit by a ball.