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Ozil on song as Arsenal hit five

Mesut Ozil put in a starring performance as a blistering second-half display from Arsenal saw them enjoy a 5-0 win over Huddersfield at the Emirates.

Burnley hold on to move sixth

Burnley moved up to sixth in the Premier League thanks to goals from Chris Wood and Robbie Brady in a 2-1 win over Bournemouth.

Conte off as Chelsea beat Swansea

Chelsea secured a workmanlike 1-0 win over lowly Swansea in the Premier League on Wednesday thanks to Antonio Rudiger's second-half goal at Stamford Bridge.

Rangers cruise to win over Dons

Rangers moved up to third in the Scottish Premiership as they recorded a comprehensive 3-0 win over second-top Aberdeen at Ibrox.

'It's made me a happier person'

Ryan Atkin says he is happy to have blazed a trail in professional men's football, having chosen to come out publicly in the summer.

Pick YOUR AFC Playoff Picture

With only five weeks remaining of the NFL regular season, it's over to YOU to pick your end-of-season playoff picture...

Pick YOUR NFC Playoff Picture

With only five weeks remaining of the NFL regular season, it's over to YOU to pick your end-of-season playoff picture...

Documentary makers discuss Fashanu

Justin Fashanu was the only professional footballer to have come out as gay in Britain while active in the game, and is now the subject of a new documentary called 'Forbidden Games: The Justin Fashanu

Orient turn to Edinburgh

National League Leyton Orient have appointed former Gillingham and Northampton manager Justin Edinburgh as their new head coach.

Who will make the NFL playoffs?

The 2017 NFL playoffs loom large. With just five weeks remaining of the regular season, there's plenty still to play for...

Toast returns for Osborne

Toast Of New York, the 2014 Breeders' Cup Classic runner-up, will make his comeback at Lingfield next Wednesday.

WATCH: SmackDown's best moments

We pick out the best moves from SmackDown, with efforts from Xavier Woods, AJ Styles and Charlotte Flair.

Villas-Boas to drive in Dakar Rally

Former Chelsea and Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has quit his post at Shanghai SIPG and will drive in the Dakar Rally from January.

FA charge Wolves and Bolton

Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo and Phil Parkinson of Bolton have both been charged by the Football Association following their touchline clash at Molineux on November 25.

Giro on Froome's 2018 agenda

Team Sky have confirmed Chris Froome will participate in the 2018 Giro d'Italia.

Toe 2 Toe podcast

Welcome to the Ringside Toe 2 Toe podcast, an online offering from Sky Sports bringing you the latest news and views from the world of boxing.

'Proud' Robinson looking to bridge gap

2017 was a hugely successful year for England Women, with a World Cup triumph at Lord's followed by an Ashes draw in Australia, but coach Mark Robinson tells Kalika Mehta that there are plenty of

Purkiss takes on PFA role

The Professional Footballers' Association has confirmed Swindon Town defender Ben Purkiss as its new chairman.

Sky Live: New Zealand v Windies

New Zealand will be without seamer Tim Southee and wicketkeeper BJ Watling as they begin their two-Test series against Windies in Wellington, live on Sky Sports Cricket from 9.55pm on Thursday.

Bellew vs Fury 'a simple deal'

Tony Bellew vs Tyson Fury will happen next year, according to promoter Eddie Hearn, who revealed that he has spoken to both fighters about agreeing a deal.