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Adrien Broner wins a world title at a fourth weight by stopping Khabib Allakhverdiev to win the WBA light-welterweight title.
Dundee United will approach St Johnstone to try to sign manager Tommy Wright...
The Hit looks back at a dramatic day in the Rugby World Cup as hosts England are knocked out by a superb Australia display at a stunned Twickenham.
The inquest begins in earnest following England's devastating early World Cup exit after they lost to Australia.
Judd Trump loses 6-0 to world number 120 Michael Wild in the International Championship qualifiers in Barnsley.
British 25-year-old rider Tai Woffinden wins his second Speedway World Championship in three seasons.
Captain Chris Robshaw says England "let the nation down" as a 33-13 loss to Australia sees the World Cup hosts go out at the pool stage.
Five Premier League managers are under intense pressure after disappointing starts to the campaign, but will they get time to fix things?
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger defends David Ospina, describing the recent criticism of his keeper as "not analysis of football".
Arsenal to offer Sanchez new contract, Coutinho will not stay if Liverpool miss out on top four, Valdes to Sevilla, plus more.
Wales qualify for the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals thanks to Australia's 33-13 win over England on Saturday.
South African power leaves Scotland downcast, but their "big one" has yet to come, writes Tom English.
Jose Mourinho says he will not quit as Chelsea manager and tells the club they must sack him if they want to remove him.
Chelsea's terrible start to the season continues as Southampton come from behind to win 3-1 at Stamford Bridge.
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman is "proud" of his side after a "fantastic" 3-1 win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Scotland's Ikechi Anya, Darren Fletcher and James Morrison pick up injuries ahead of vital Euro 2016 qualifiers.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says "officials are afraid" to give his side decisions, after their 3-1 Premier League defeat by Southampton at Stamford Bridge.
A striker caught in traffic and a 17-game unbeaten away run feature as BBC Sport rounds up Saturday's Football League action.