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Hull City's Moses Odubajo may miss the whole season after sustaining his second serious knee injury in just over three months.
New York Giants kicker Josh Brown admits abusing his ex-wife and says he is a "repulsive man", in documents released by police.
Britain's Kyle Edmund beats David Ferrer of Spain in the second round of the European Open in Antwep, Belgium.
Scotland's Marc Warren opens with six successive birdies to lead the Portugal Masters on eight under par.
British Cycling chief executive Ian Drake will step down in April, BBC Sport understands.
Tiger Woods insists he will win more than Jack Nicklaus' record of 18 major titles in his career.
England head coach Wayne Bennett names six uncapped players in his squad for the Four Nations warm-up Test against France.
After leaving Manchester United's academy to try his luck in the US, Jack Harrison has found himself playing alongside David Villa and Andrea Pirlo at MLS club New York City FC.
Lewis Hamilton says "everything is possible" as he fights for the drivers' title with Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.
BBC football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on Olympic kayak gold medallist in this weekend's Premier League fixtures.
Rafael Nadal ends his 2016 season early as he continues his recovery from the wrist injury he suffered earlier this year.
The Champions League final could be played outside of Europe, according to new Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin.
Svetlana Kuznetsova is two wins away from denying Britain's Johanna Konta the last place in the season-ending WTA Finals.
Everton manager Ronald Koeman says his team must show "more productivity" and "score more goals", but says their reliance on Romelu Lukaku to score is not pressurising the striker.
The former head of British Cycling, Peter Keen, says his greatest fear is the controversy surrounding the sport causing "collateral damage" to Team GB.
Former head of British Cycling Peter Keen tells BBC Sport's Dan Roan that his greatest fear is the controversy surrounding the sport causing "collateral damage" to Team GB.
Ronald Koeman says Ross Barkley "is no longer a young talent" as the Everton boss reveals he expects better from the midfielder.
BBC One will broadcast the FA Cup first-round tie between non-league Eastleigh and League One Swindon Town on 4 November.
England all-rounder Moeen Ali credits Joe Root's advice after he survived five lbw reviews to top score with 68 on day one of the first Test with Bangladesh in Chittagong.
Arsenal should give manager Arsene Wenger a new contract, says former Gunners and England keeper David Seaman.