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Newcastle 'fighting to go one better' after beating Man City

Eddie Howe says his Newcastle side want to "go one better" than last season's runners-up finish in the Carabao Cup after beating Manchester City to advance.

Szoboszlai scores stunner in Liverpool EFL Cup win

Cody Gakpo, Dominik Szoboszlai and Diogo Jota score as Liverpool come from behind to beat Leicester in the Carabao Cup.

Rangers beat Livingston to set up Hearts semi-final

Rangers maintain their status as favourites to win the Viaplay Cup after a convincing victory over Livingston sets up a semi-final with Hearts.

Flintoff will 'definitely' join England set-up again

Andrew Flintoff is set be involved in England's coaching set-up again in the future, says limited-overs head coach Matthew Mott.

Man Utd face Newcastle in EFL Cup fourth round

Manchester United will face Newcastle in the Carabao Cup fourth round in a repeat of last season's final.

Jackson strike gives Chelsea edge over Brighton

Mauricio Pochettino says Chelsea's victory over Brighton in the third round of the Carabao Cup 'must be' the turning point of their season.

Uruguay beat Namibia after second-half fightback

Watch highlights from the Rugby World Cup as Uruguay fight back in the second half to beat Namibia 36-26 and deny them their first win in the tournament.

Villa's women 'dreading' game because of 'clingy' shirts - Oatley

Aston Villa's women's players are "dreading" their first match of the WSL season because of the club's "clingy" shirts, says Jacqui Oatley.

Uruguay beat Namibia for first win of World Cup

Uruguay beat Namibia to record their first pool win at the Rugby World Cup in Lyon and deny the African nation a first win in the competition.

'There was a lot of tears' - McIlroy on caddie Diamond's video

Rory McIlroy says he was left in tears after a video message from caddie Harry Diamond was played at Monday's Ryder Cup Team Europe meeting.

Higgins and Allen knocked out of British Open

John Higgins and Mark Allen are the latest big names to exit the British Open early in Cheltenham.

'Too quick to cancel' - Lapthorne urges US Open re-think

Andy Lapthorne calls for a solution after the US Open's decision not to hold wheelchair events in 2024 because of a scheduling clash with the Paralympics.

'Exceptional' Ramsdale impresses as Arsenal win at Brentford

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta praises "exceptional" Aaron Ramsdale as the Gunners win at Brentford in the Carabao Cup third round.

Surrey kept waiting for title by weather and Hants

Liam Dawson takes 5-44 as Surrey are bowled out for 207 by Hampshire to be kept waiting to seal the Championship title.

Should Ryder and Solheim Cups end tied matches?

Last week's thrilling 14-14 Solheim Cup draw bought sharply into focus whether a draw is a satisfactory result in the 21st century.

Allen to make first England start against Canada

England flanker Maisy Allen will start her first Test match in a much-changed side to face Canada on Saturday.

Chelsea's James charged for alleged tunnel incident

Chelsea captain Reece James is charged by the Football Association for an alleged incident in the tunnel after their defeat by Aston Villa.

What's the big idea behind Chelsea's £1bn spending spree?

BBC Sport visits Stamford Bridge to explore Chelsea's recruitment strategy, the club's unprecedented spending spree, and the ambitions of chairman Todd Boehly.

Bale tees off in Ryder Cup celeb all-star match

Former Wales and Real Madrid player Gareth Bale tees off in a Ryder Cup celebrity all-star event, featuring tennis star Novak Djokovic, former AC Milan footballer Andriy Shevchenko and Ferrari's Formula One driver Carlos Sainz at the Marco Simone Golf & Country Club in Rome.

Farm life to record-breaking All Black family

How growing up on a farm with three rugby-playing brothers helped Sam Whitelock to the verge of becoming New Zealand's most-capped player.

Pollard returns to South Africa side against Tonga

Handre Pollard is recalled by South Africa to play at fly-half in their final Rugby World Cup Pool B fixture against Tonga.

'His numbers are daft' - meet Scotland's try-scoring hooker

Johnny Matthews is "buzzing" about his call-up to the Scotland World Cup squad and with a first cap aged 30 on the horizon.

World Cup specialist Davies in 'shape of my life'

Rejuvenated Wales scrum-half Gareth Davies says he is enjoying rugby again during a record-breaking World Cup campaign.

Keenan pleased to avenge Paris pain in Boks win

Hugo Keenan says he hopes Ireland have turned a corner by beating World Cup holders South Africa at the Stade de France, a venue that has caused much recent pain for the Irish

Arundell has world at his feet - England wing May

Henry Arundell will be a "dangerous" Rugby World Cup opponent after five tries against Chile, says England team-mate Jonny May.

Who needs what to make World Cup quarter-finals?

The World Cup pool stage is approaching its conclusion - here are the permutations from the remaining group games.

Real Madrid up to second after beating Las Palmas

Real Madrid return to winning ways with a comfortable victory over Las Palmas at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Antony to speak with police after returning to England

Manchester United winger Antony has flown back to England from Brazil and will meet with Greater Manchester Police to answer questions about the serious allegations made against him.

Dreaming of the Ryder Cup - MacIntyre on viral pyjama pic

Ryder Cup debutant Robert MacIntyre discusses his viral pyjama pic as he prepares to play for the European team against the United States in Italy this weekend.

Real Madrid eye De Zerbi - Thursday's gossip

Real Madrid eye De Zerbi, Saudi clubs lead Osimhen chase, Sevilla tracking Mejbri, Man Utd plan Ten Hag talks, plus more.

Former Lionesses defender McManus retires aged 30

Former England, Manchester City and Leicester City defender Abbie McManus retires from football at the age of 30.

England captain Bright criticises schedule

England captain Millie Bright is worried "standards may slip" and female footballers will pick up more injuries unless the international schedule is addressed.

France centre Vakatawa to make return with Bristol

Bristol Bears sign France centre Virimi Vakatawa, who was barred from playing last year because of a heart condition.

Watch Scotland strike at death to earn Belgium draw

Sophie Howard's late goal earns Scotland a point against Belgium in the Women's Nations League. (UK only)

Duckett hits century before rain stops England-Ireland ODI

Ben Duckett makes an unbeaten century but England are denied victory against Ireland as the third one-day international is abandoned because of rain.

Watch: Wade winner seals NI win over Albania

Watch the best of the action as Northern Ireland record their first victory under new manager Tanya Oxtoby with a 1-0 win over Albania in the UEFA Women's Nations League

Pork pies, DMs & hot tubs - Ella Toone 'Unlocked'

Manchester United and England forward Ella Toone has her phone 'Unlocked' by BBC Sport's Liam MacDevitt to reveal her phone habits.

England opener Salt hits 18 off first four balls

England opener Phil Salt makes a blistering start against Ireland with 18 runs off the first four balls of the match - an England ODI record.

Osimhen scores in first game since Napoli mocking post

Victor Osimhen scores as Napoli beat Udinese in the first game since he was mocked by the club on social media.

AC Milan announce plans to move to new stadium

AC Milan announce plans to move from their iconic San Siro home and build a new 70,000-seater stadium in the south of the city.

Ex-Spain coach Vilda investigated in Rubiales criminal case

Jorge Vilda - the former head coach of Spain's World Cup-winning side - is being investigated as part of the criminal case against Luis Rubiales.

McIlroy & Rahm have treated me unbelievably - MacIntyre

Rookie Robert MacIntyre says Europe's superstars "have treated him unbelievably" - but nothing will prepare him for his first shot in the Ryder Cup.

Bricklaying helps Charnley find rugby redemption

Josh Charnley has put retirement on the backburner and, with a bricklaying sideline, is enjoying rugby league again with Leigh.

Villa in talks with Watkins over new contract

Aston Villa are in talks with Ollie Watkins in the hope of tying down the England striker to a new long-term contract at the club.

Rangers great Forrest dies aged 79

Former Rangers striker Jim Forrest, the most prolific forward in the club's post-war history, dies at the age of 79.

How have Chelsea's Brighton moves worked out?

Since Todd Boehly became chairman, Chelsea have spent £185m on buying players from Brighton - as well as taking seven members of their staff. Has it worked out?

I have to keep banging drum for equality - Alphonsi

England World Cup winner Maggie Alphonsi talks to BBC Sport about breaking barriers, coming out and "banging the drum" for women’s sport.

How to follow the Ryder Cup on the BBC

BBC Sport has live radio and text commentaries and daily TV highlights of the Ryder Cup, which starts on Friday in Rome.

'Sacking Jones is worst thing Australia can do'

Sacking Eddie Jones would be "the worst thing" Australia could do despite their troubles at the Rugby World Cup, says former captain Stirling Mortlock.

'Dad was scared because he knew something was wrong'

Wrexham club captain Ben Tozer opens up on the death of his father Keith and hopes other men seek medical help if they feel unwell.

Europe's Ryder Cup home record 'one of most incredible in sport'

Europe have not lost a home Ryder Cup for 30 years and the captains that inspired those wins explain how they did it to BBC Sport's Iain Carter.

I have to keep banging drum for equality - Alphonsi

England World Cup winner Maggie Alphonsi talks to BBC Sport about breaking barriers, coming out and "banging the drum" for women’s sport.

Rangers beat Livingston to set up Hearts semi-final

Rangers maintain their status as favourites to win the Viaplay Cup after a convincing victory over Livingston sets up a semi-final with Hearts.

Moran shines as Blackburn thump Cardiff

Teenager Andrew Moran scores twice as Blackburn Rovers thump in-form Cardiff City 5-2 to reach round four of the Carabao Cup.

McIlroy's 'tears' after caddie Diamond's video

Rory McIlroy says he was left in tears after a video message from caddie Harry Diamond was played at Monday's Ryder Cup Team Europe meeting.

'Even if it's horrible pain, I love it' - the world's wildest trail race

Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc - a 100-mile foot race crossing three countries - is epic. And that's before you even witness it close up.

The million-dollar hustle changing US sport

American student athletes, who previously only received compensation from universities in the form of scholarships, can now earn money for endorsement deals. It is changing campus bank balances and the shape of stateside sport.

'Incapable' - the woman who raced a lie

Bobbi Gibb was denied by a letter and obscured by an image, but has beaten both to be recognised for what she is.

One win, 17,000 defeats - life as a Washington General

More than 17,000 defeats, just one 52-year-old victory. What it is really like to play for the Washington Generals, the most famous, and consistent, losers in sport?

A Maradona, a mission and Naples' second club

Famous former players, a famous former manager, but Naples' second club are focused on more important priorities.

'What the hell do we do?' - Moscow misfits who started an era

The teenager. The prospect. The bolter. The late substitute. At Moscow 2013, an unfunded, unlikely quartet ended a 29-year wait for a British female sprint medal at a major championships.

Open low, move fast, walk away - the art of the transfer deal

The insider tips on why some clubs 'win the window' by negotiating swift, good-value transfer deals and others don't.