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World Test Championship final: Australia v India - clips, radio & text

Follow live text, Test Match Special commentary and in-play clips as Australia face India in the World Test Championship final at The Oval.

Reaction to West Ham's first major trophy in 43 years & transfer news

All the reaction to West Ham's Europa Conference League win, plus the latest transfer news including Harry Kane and Harry Maguire.

'Moments Moyes and West Ham will never forget'

David Moyes and his West Ham players will be legends after their European success, but now comes the hard part for the club.

The Jewish star who shone in war-time Berlin

As their shops were boycotted, books burned and rights shredded, one German Jew found a way to survive the Nazi regime - representing it on the biggest sporting stage.

'Grief but peace' for the dream ended by long Covid

Great Britain rower Oonagh Cousins has retired from the sport because of the lasting effects of long Covid, but she's at peace after the illness turned her life "upside down".

Moyes on goal celebration and West Ham's 'super season'

David Moyes says he was "halfway down the touchline" as he saw Jarrod Bowen go through on goal in the last minute of the Europa Conference League final against Fiorentina.

All to gain and 'nothing to lose' in women's semi-finals

The top two female players, Iga Swiatek and Aryna Sabalenka, are on course to meet in the French Open final, but face surprise semi-finalists.

Jokic and Murray star as Nuggets regain Finals lead

The Denver Nuggets win 109-94 at the Miami Heat to move 2-1 up in the best-of-seven NBA Finals.

West Ham condemn fan behaviour after Biraghi hit by object

West Ham condemn the behaviour of "a small number of fans" after Fiorentina's Cristiano Biraghi is hit by an object thrown from the stands during the Europa Conference League final.

Scheduling shows women's tennis is undervalued - Pegula column

In her latest BBC Sport column, Jessica Pegula discusses why only one of the 10 French Open night sessions showcased a women's match.

Real Madrid agree 103m euro deal to sign Bellingham

Real Madrid have agreed a deal with Borussia Dortmund to sign England midfielder Jude Bellingham for 103m euros (£88.5m).

Greg James - top five Ashes moments

Radio 1 presenter and cricket mega fan Greg James lists his top five Ashes moments.

I love playing for West Ham, says captain Rice

Declan Rice says he loves playing for West Ham after helping his side lift their first major trophy in 43 years.

'I've taken the decision' - Messi to join Inter Miami

Argentina legend Lionel Messi will join MLS side Inter Miami after leaving Paris St-Germain.

‘Golf truce shows how Saudi money is changing world sport’

Golf's shock merger is a stunning example of the shift in power that Saudi Arabia's investment in sport is bringing about.

Shock merger will be 'good for golf' - McIlroy

The PGA and DP World Tour's shock merger with Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund will ultimately be "good for golf", says Rory McIlroy.

West Ham win dramatic Europa Conference League final

Jarrod Bowen scores in the 90th minute as West Ham win the Europa Conference League - beating Fiorentina in a tense and dramatic final.

Ruud beats Rune to book semi-final against Zverev

Fourth seed Casper Ruud will meet Alexander Zverev in the French Open semi-finals after beating Danish sixth seed Holger Rune in four sets.

Australia dominate day one after Head century

Watch highlights as Travis Head and Steve Smith put on an unbeaten 251-run partnership to see Australia dominate day one of the World Test Championship final at The Oval.

Newcastle and Man Utd want Kim - Thursday's gossip

Newcastle will rival Manchester United to sign for Kim Min-jae, Aston Villa are interested in Harry Maguire, Luis Suarez is set to reunite with Lionel Messi at Inter Miami, plus more.

'Moeen return the best move England could make'

Coaxing Moeen Ali out of retirement to solve an Ashes spin-bowling problem was the best move England could make, says chief cricket writer Stephan Shemilt.

Thunder & Southern Vipers through to Finals Day

Thunder beat Northern Diamonds to reach the semi-final of the Charlotte Edwards Cup where they will play Southern Vipers.

Female hockey players given more choice over kit

The International Hockey Federation amends its rules to allow female players more flexibility with their kit.

London Irish file for administration after suspension

London Irish file for administration after they are suspended from all club competitions on Tuesday.

'I still hate LIV' - McIlroy's mixed emotions over merger

Rory McIlroy says the shock PGA Tour, DP World Tour and PIF merger will be "good for golf" but there is "ambiguity" over the move.

Fifa 'misled' public over carbon-neutral World Cup

Fifa made false statements about the reduced environmental impact of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, a Swiss regulator has said.

'I'm stuck for words' - Bowen on 'dream' winning goal

Jarrod Bowen says that scoring a last-minute goal for West Ham to win the Europa Conference League against Fiorentina was the "best moment' of his career.

Watch all Messi's World Cup goals from 2006-2022

Watch all of Lionel Messi's World Cup goals after he lead Argentina to glory in the final at Qatar 2022.

Watch the best shots of Head's brilliant century

Watch the best shots from Travis Head's century against India on day one of the World Test Championship final at The Oval.

Watch: Murray seals victory with an ace

Watch the moment Andy Murray seals the straight-set victory against Bu Yunchaokete to make the quarter-finals of the Surbiton Trophy Challenger.

Bowled him! Shami sends Labuschagne's bails flying

Watch as India's Mohammed Shami bowls Australia's for 26 in the second over after lunch on day one of the World Test Championship final at The Oval.

Murray through to Surbiton Trophy quarter-finals

Great Britain's Andy Murray is through to the quarter-finals of the Surbiton Trophy Challenger event with a straight-set win over Bu Yunchaokete.

Quiz: How well do you know Messi?

Lionel Messi's European club career appears to be over after he accepted an offer from Inter Miami. Take our quiz to see how well you know him.

Teenager Bellingham's rapid rise to football stardom

Jude Bellingham did not take to football initially but once he did the midfielder has risen rapidly to become one of the world's best players at just 19.

'Golf merger brings peace, but turmoil lies ahead'

The PGA and DP World Tour's shock merger with the Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund brings peace between the factions now, but turmoil lies ahead, writes BBC Sport's Iain Carter.

Sheikh Jassim makes fifth and final Man Utd bid

Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani makes a fifth and final bid to buy Manchester United, according to a source close to the Qatari banker.

Ferguson's finest? Guardiola's greatest? Who would you pick?

How does Man City's class of 2023 compare with Man Utd's 1999 Treble winners & his own Barcelona Treble winners of 2009? Pick your combined XI's.

Monahan 'regrets' merger secrecy from 9/11 group

PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan expresses "regret" over not sharing plans to agree a shock merger with Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund.

West Ham's memorable night in Prague - in 10 pictures

We've selected 10 images from West Ham's Europa Conference League final win over Fiorentina as they lifted their first major trophy since 1980.

Five things we learned from new BBC Ashes film

Five takeaways from the new BBC film How to win the Ashes, which drops on iPlayer on Wednesday.

How Kenworthy’s coming out inspired a generation

Gus Kenworthy, the Winter Olympic freestyle skier turned actor and Youtuber, talks kisses, coming out and inspiring a generation of LGBTQ+ sports stars to be their authentic selves.

'He makes you feel invincible' - what will Postecoglou bring to Spurs?

Ange Postecoglou will demand front-foot attacking football at Tottenham and those who don't follow will discover his ruthless streak.

Liang and Li handed lifetime bans for match-fixing

Chinese players Liang Wenbo and Li Hang receive lifetime bans for match-fixing in snooker's biggest corruption scandal.

The 41-year-old who became world champion in five fights

Nina Hughes' rise to the top has been supercharged, but there were years of rejection and self-doubt before she became world champion.

Sheffield United legend Sharp one of four to leave

Sheffield United legend Billy Sharp will leave the club upon the expiration of his contract this summer.

Welsh rugby not broken 'but needs reset' - Walker

Acting WRU chief executive Nigel Walker denies the game in the nation is "broken", but says "it is in need of a reset".

Naismith appointed technical director of Hearts

Steven Naismith is named Hearts' technical director because his lack of a Uefa Pro Licence means he cannot be appointed manager.

Ulster sides set for Tailteann Cup knockout action

The four Ulster counties involved in the Tailteann Cup are still standing as the second-tier Football Championship reaches the knockout stage.

The schools where tomorrow’s stars walk the corridors

As Manchester United and Manchester City meet in Saturday's FA Cup final, BBC Sport looks at the schools which specialise in moulding the clubs' young talent.

The girl in the Gang - being Wimbledon's physio

Caroline Brouwer spent more than a decade at the heart of one of the most celebrated and notorious dressing rooms in English football, after unknowingly signing up to Wimbledon's 'Crazy Gang'.

From shy genius to 'bad boy' leader – Messi’s Qatar transformation

The 'completion' of football at the 2022 World Cup required Lionel Messi to configure his character and rediscover his childhood.

Raised in Barca, moulded in Glasgow, thriving in London - the Arteta story

Moulded by La Masia, forged by the Old Firm, now celebrated in north London. Mikel Arteta's long journey was always focused on one destination: the top.

Hooked on risk - gambling's grip on elite sport

Competitive, determined, a belief in their own ability to win; the qualities that make elite sportspeople can lead to an addiction that breaks them.

'When the cops pull you over, be super nice'

No website, no rules, no official route, no spectators. The Speed Project, a 350-mile race between Los Angeles and Las Vegas, has become the hottest event in ultra-running.

'It began with an earthquake and a 5-0 loss - then things got worse'

Gary Lineker planned on finishing his playing career with Tottenham. But then came an offer from leftfield and East Asia that changed everything.