Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is reportedly expected to return from a hamstring injury earlier than first thought.
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London Irish will reportedly hold a press conference tomorrow to announce that the club has been taken over by an Irish consortium.
Harlequins coach Conor O'Shea urges his players to replicate last week's winning performance against Racing Metro when the teams meet again in the Heineken Cup on Sunday.
Former French Open champion Michael Chang teams up with Kei Nishikori as a part-time coach.
Cathie Sabin is appointed the first female president of the LTA.
Darren Lehmann is likely to keep Nathan Lyon in an unchanged Australia team for the third Ashes Test despite considering a number of changes.
Australia bowler Mitchell Johnson continues his mind games with England batsman Joe Root by declaring that he has a "cute little smile" ahead of the Ashes third Test.
Olivier Giroud mocks Mesut Ozil's pyjamas ahead of Arsenal's Champions League match against Napoli.
Manchester United display a tribute message to the late Nelson Mandela at Old Trafford.
Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel describes the FIA's decision to award double points to the winner of next season's final race as "absurd".
The FIA open the tender process for a 12th team to join the starting grid in Formula 1 from the 2015 or 2016 season.
Daniel Brooks leads at the Nelson Mandela Championship after the first round of action in Durban.
World number four Justin Rose claims that his success at the US Open is still sinking in.
London Broncos announce that they are confident of securing a deal to take them out of administration.
St Helens hooker James Roby signs a five-year contract extension with the Super League club.
Floyd Mayweather Jnr hints at a May 3 clash with Manny Pacquiao.
A virus forces British heavyweight David Price to cancel his return to the ring against Evgeny Orlov this weekend.
Neil Robertson fights back from 5-1 down to beat Mark Selby and win the UK Championship title.
Defending champion Mark Selby beats Ricky Walden 9-5 at the UK Championship to set up a meeting with world number one Neil Robertson in Sunday's final.