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Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says Daniel Sturridge is as "down as I've ever seen him" following news that the striker will be out until the new year with a fresh thigh injury.
BBC Football Focus pundit Mark Lawrenson says that Wigan chairman Dave Whelan "should step aside".
BBC Sport's Suzi Perry, Eddie Jordan and David Coulthard hand out the best and quirky awards for the 2014 Formula 1 season.
Australia survive a spirited comeback from Ireland to win the International Rules Test 56-46 in Perth.
Ramy Ashour saves a match point before going on to win his third world title in an "epic" final against fellow Egyptian Mohamad Elshorbagy in Doha.
Middlesex fast bowler Steve Finn believes England may benefit from being regarded as underdogs at the World Cup.
Wales hope to give injured team-mate Owen Williams a boost with their performance against All Blacks says Robin McBryde.
England's world number two Andy Lapthorne plays Dylan Alcott of Australia in Nottingham Indoor quad singles final.
England women play a sell-out match at Wembley against Germany on Sunday, with boss Mark Sampson expecting a "fantastic occasion".
Ahead of Liverpool's first trip to Selhurst Park since last term's season-defining 3-3 draw, BBC Sport recalls that night.
Can a team of Liverpool students combine man and machine with science and engineering to produce the world's fastest human-powered vehicle?
Wayne Rooney is the ninth English footballer to win 100 caps but is it easier to do this now than it was a generation ago?
Heavy snowfall in Buffalo forces NFL players to use an unusual form of transport to attend their game against New York Jets.
Cardiff City boss Russell Slade says he will do "everything he can" to improve his side's away form after latest home win.
Brentford move to within one point of Championship leaders Derby as they come from behind to beat Fulham 2-1.
Newcastle secure an important home win against Gloucester, who fall to their third consecutive Premiership defeat.
Cardiff move to within two points of the Championship play-off places courtesy of a home victory over 10-man Reading.
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert says claims the club have not opened contract talks with defender Ron Vlaar are inaccurate.
Crusaders beat Coleraine 3-0 at Seaview on Friday night to move to the top of the Irish Premiership.