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England hopes fading after India fightback

England's hopes of forcing a series decider fade dramatically in the face of a stirring India fightback on day three of the fourth Test.

Premier League: Build-up to Wolves v Sheffield United - radio & text

Listen to 5 Live commentary and follow live text as Wolves play Sheffield United in the Premier League.

Scottish Premiership: Kyogo foiled as Celtic seek breakthrough at Motherwell

Motherwell host defending Scottish Premiership champions Celtic. Follow live radio and text coverage.

Watch: Challenge Cup fourth round - Bradford Bulls v Widnes Vikings

Watch coverage or listen to radio commentary as Bradford Bulls face Widnes Vikings in the fourth round of the Challenge Cup.

'England's capitulation disappointing after starting so well'

England silenced Murrayfield early on but made too many mistakes as Scotland recovered to retain the Calcutta Cup in the Six Nations, says Matt Dawson.

'A little bit of magic' - every angle of Van der Merwe's 'world-class' try

Watch every angle of Duhan van der Merwe's incredible solo try for Scotland during their 30-21 win over England in the Calcutta Cup at Murrayfield.

How Van der Merwe broke England 'emotionally'

Scotland winger Duhan van der Merwe made the difference as his hat-trick broke England in the Calcutta Cup at Murrayfield.

'We are living the dream' - Arsenal showing 'no fear'

"Efficient" Arsenal are showing they have "no fear" as they maintain their momentum in the title race with a big win against Newcastle.

Wigan beat Penrith to win World Club Challenge

Wigan win a dramatic World Club Challenge against Penrith Panthers after being on the right end of two key video reviews.

'Ireland show resilience to keep Slam in sight'

Ireland head coach Andy Farrell praises his side's "resilience" and "tenacity" after overcoming Wales to stay on course for a second straight Grand Slam.

Boxer Shields makes history with Saudi MMA win

Undisputed boxing world champion Claressa Shields beats Kelsey De Santis via split decision in a mixes martial arts first in Saudi Arabia.

Scotland beat England as Van der Merwe scores hat-trick

Watch highlights as Duhan van der Merwe becomes the first Scotland player to score a Calcutta Cup hat-trick in a thrilling 30-21 victory over England at Murrayfield.

Pochettino asks for patience before cup final

Liverpool will aim to stay on course for a quadruple in Sunday's EFL Cup final, while Chelsea bid for their first domestic trophy in six years.

Quiz! Classic Chelsea v Liverpool cup matches

Chelsea and Liverpool have played one another in 13 knockout matches since 2000. But how well do you remember those matches?

Watch: Van der Merwe scores brilliant solo try

Watch as Scotland's Duhan van der Merwe bursts free to score a sensational long-range solo try against England in the Calcutta Cup at Murrayfield.

Listen: Premiership Women's Rugby - Sale Sharks v Gloucester-Hartpury

Listen to BBC Radio Gloucestershire commentary of Sale Sharks v Gloucester-Hartpury in the Premiership Women's Rugby.

Former England and QPR forward Bowles dies aged 75

Former England and Queens Park Rangers forward Stan Bowles dies aged 75.

Manchester City players are 'supermen' - Guardiola

Pep Guardiola calls his Man City players "supermen" as they keep up their chase for a fourth straight Premier League title by beating Bournemouth.

Wigan edge Penrith to claim World Club Challenge title

Watch highlights as Wigan Warriors beat Penrith Panthers 16-12 to claim their fifth World Club Challenge championship at the DW stadium.

What ifs nag Scotland after more Calcutta Cup joy

A Duhan van der Merwe masterclass ensures Scotland continue their excellent form against England but there will be frustration at not having more Six Nations points on the board, writes Andy Burke.

Dublin defeat exposes familiar Wales issues

In the end it all went according to the pre-match script as Wales suffered a 10th Six Nations defeat in 11 games.

Defending champion Norrie loses to qualifier in Rio

Defending champion Cameron Norrie goes out of the ATP Rio Open as he loses in Saturday's semi-finals to Argentine qualifier Mariano Navone.

Man Utd line up Barkley move - Sunday's gossip

Man Utd line up Barkley move, Real Madrid analysing return for Varane and Casemiro, Man City place £100m price tag on De Bruyne, plus more.

MOTD: Why Stones was 'astonishing' for Man City

Watch as Match of the Day's Gary Lineker, Ian Wright and Micah Richards analyse how John Stones' "mesmerising" performance helped secure three points for Manchester City at Bournemouth.

Bordeaux's Elis in hospital with serious head injury

Bordeaux striker Alberth Elis is in hospital after suffering a serious head injury in Bordeaux's Ligue 2 fixture against Guingamp.

'We will never give up' - Kane saves Bayern again

Harry Kane says Bayern Munich "will never give up" after the England captain scored a stoppage-time winner against RB Leipzig to get the German giants back to winning ways in the Bundesliga.

England defeat a 'painful experience' - Borthwick

England's fourth defeat in a row by Scotland was a "painful experience", says head coach Steve Borthwick.

'Bigger picture very good' - Ten Hag remains upbeat

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag insists the future is positive for the Old Trafford club despite losing at home to Fulham for only the second time in 61 years.

Odermatt wins World Cup title with 10 races to go

Switzerland's Marco Odermatt wins his third consecutive overall Alpine World Cup title with victory in California.

Berlanga targets Alvarez after KO win over McCrory

Super-middleweight contender Edgar Berlanga says he is wants Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez next after a devastating sixth-round knockout win over Padraig McCrory.

Ferreira prevents clean sweep in PFL v Bellator event

PFL heavyweight Renan Ferreira prevents a whitewash by Bellator's best fighters in the champion v champion event in Saudi Arabia.

MOTD: How Fulham's press was too good for Man Utd

Match of the Day's Ian Wright tells Gary Lineker and Micah Richards how Fulham's strong press gave them a "deserved" victory over Manchester United.

Ireland beat Wales to stay on course for Grand Slam

Watch as Ireland move a step closer to back-to-back Six Nations Grand Slams with a 31-7 win over a battling Wales side.

'World class' - BBC pundits heap praise on Van der Merwe after wonder try

BBC Sport's Ugo Monye, Sam Warburton and John Barclay analyse Duhan Van der Merwe's "world class" try for Scotland against England in the Six Nations at Murrayfield.

Watch: Xhaka scores first Bundesliga goal for Leverkusen

Watch as Granit Xhaka scores the opening goal in the third minute, his first goal for Bayer Leverkusen and first in the German Bundesliga since 2015.

Monye 'baffled' by England handling errors

BBC Sport pundit Ugo Monye says he is "baffled" by some of the handling errors England made during their Six Nations defeat by Scotland at Murrayfield.

Scotland second-best team in Six Nations - Warburton

BBC Sport's Sam Warburton says Scotland are the second-best team in the Six Nations after beating England 30-21 at Murrayfield.

Watch: Glasgow University v Edinburgh Accies in Netball National League

Watch live coverage from Glasgow University of two games from the third last round of the Netball National League.

Loughborough thump Bath in Netball Super League

Defending Netball Super League champions Loughborough Lightning record a 83-46 win over Team Bath at the Sir David Wallace Arena.

Zhang holds off Selby to set up final with Allen

Zhang Anda withstands a Mark Selby comeback to win 6-5 and set up a Players Championship final against Mark Allen in Telford.

Rea crashes out as Lowes wins Sunday's races

Jonathan Rea crashes out of race two in the opening World Superbike Championship round at Phillip Island as Alex Lowes wins Sunday's races.

Ireland 'fought' to get bonus point score - Farrell

Ireland head coach Andy Farrell says his side's 24-point winning margin over Wales represented a "fitting score" as their march towards a second successive Grand Slam continues.

Can Thomas lead line for 'fresh start' Scotland?

With her Scotland position under threat from fit-again Jane Ross, Tottenham striker Martha Thomas responded with two match-winning goals to send Pedro Martinez Losa's side into the Pinatar Cup final.

Clement hails 'unity' as leaders Rangers rout Hearts

Philippe Clement hails the "solidarity and unity" of his Rangers side as they extend their lead at the Scottish Premiership summit by ending Hearts' 12-game unbeaten run with a devastating five-goal display.

EFL Cup final - pick your combined Chelsea-Liverpool XI

We want you to pick your combined Chelsea and Liverpool XI before the EFL Cup final at Wembley.

Start of a new era? Cup win would be 'clear progress' for Pochettino

Mauricio Pochettino is having a challenging first year at Stamford Bridge, but would an EFL Cup triumph make it a success?

Red Bull lay down marker - can they be stopped in 2024?

Red Bull put down a statement of intent with their new RB20 car in pre-season testing, so are they set to win a third successive constructors' championship or can they be stopped in 2024?

Air strikes & explosions - a footballer & father in war

Georgi Sudakov is attracting interest from Europe's top clubs, but the reality of war in Ukraine still looms for the Shakhtar midfielder.

Sutton's Premier League & Carabao Cup predictions v Defoe

BBC Sport football expert Chris Sutton takes on former England striker Jermain Defoe to make predictions for the Carabao Cup final and this weekend's Premier League games.

Clinton's impressive debut but is there still more to come?

Grace Clinton's England debut could not have gone much better but is there still more to come from the 'natural' midfielder?

Five things we learned from Married to The Game

Five takeaways from the Prime documentary Married to The Game, which looks at the partners of footballers Jorginho, Ilkay Gundogan, Riyad Mahrez, James Tarkowski and Matt Turner.

Van der Merwe hat-trick sinks England at Murrayfield

Duhan van der Merwe becomes the first Scotland player to score a Calcutta Cup hat-trick as the hosts rack up a fourth successive Six Nations victory over England at Murrayfield.

Scottish Premiership: Kyogo foiled as Celtic seek breakthrough at Motherwell

Motherwell host defending Scottish Premiership champions Celtic. Follow live radio and text coverage.

Dublin defeat exposes familiar Wales issues

In the end it all went according to the pre-match script as Wales suffered a 10th Six Nations defeat in 11 games.

'Ireland show resilience to keep Slam in sight'

Ireland head coach Andy Farrell praises his side's "resilience" and "tenacity" after overcoming Wales to stay on course for a second straight Grand Slam.

Bomb shelter or Centre Court, Svitolina fights on

Two years on from Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Elina Svitolina represents her country on court and in the conflict.

Torvill, Dean and the death of romance

Forty years ago, Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean gambled a shot at Olympic gold on a radical routine. It paid off handsomely, but their virtuoso performance is not a template for modern ice dancers.

From Sin City to Sports Town USA - how Vegas fell for sport

The story of how a $500m gamble on an ice hockey team in a desert paved the way for Las Vegas' Super Bowl.

From Paris to the world - football's hottest talent factory

How people, policy and the shortcomings of the city's premier club have helped Paris export players in a quantity and quality unmatched anywhere in the world.

New wave - how one surf club is changing Ghana

One man convinced parents to let their daughters surf. Now they are challenging and changing social stereotypes in rural Ghana.

Guardiola, Mourinho and the game that changed everything

Pep Guardiola was a coaching novice. What did Barcelona see to convince them to turn down Jose Mourinho and give him one of the biggest jobs in the game?

Hot wheels - how wheelchair tennis became Grand Slam draw

"It didn't feel huge," said Jayant Mistry of playing wheelchair tennis at the 2002 Australian Open. But bringing the sport into the Grand Slam spotlight for the first time changed everything.