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De Bruyne: City can win everything

Kevin De Bruyne says it is "time to win something major" with Manchester City as they prepare to face Huddersfield on Sunday live on Sky Sports.

'England missing Plunkett's pace'

Steve Smith's Brisbane ton highlighted his quality and how England could do with the pace and power of Liam Plunkett, says Mark Butcher...

Chawrasia retains Hong Kong lead

S.S.P. Chawrasia retained the lead after the third round of the UBS Hong Kong Open but he has a number of challengers on his tail, including Tommy Fleetwood.

Ashes in a nutshell: Day three

Steve Smith again thwarted England's bowlers and the tourists are now under pressure in their second innings. Here's all you need to know from the Gabba...

'Sanchez can be one of world's best'

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino believes Davinson Sanchez can become one of the best centre-backs in the world.

WATCH: Athers' Ashes review - D3

“If there was a defining image of the last hour it was Joe Root getting his helmet rattled by Mitchell Starc." Michael Atherton reviews day three of the first Ashes Test in Brisbane.

PL launches Rainbow Laces

The Premier League's Rainbow Laces campaign got underway on Friday as the London Stadium was illuminated to celebrate the launch ahead of West Ham's draw with Leicester.

Nishikori targets January return

Kei Nishikori hopes to return from his lengthy injury layoff in January and is looking forward to challenging for major titles and a place in the top five next season.

Wright suffers shock Players defeat

Peter Wright and Gary Anderson, the world No 2 and 3, were surprise first-round casualties at the Players Championship in Minehead.

England into RLWC final

England survived an incredible late Tongan comeback to reach their first World Cup final in 22 years in a thriller at an almost spiritual Mount Smart Stadium.

Ayr call early inspection

Officials at Ayr have called an inspection for 2pm on Saturday ahead of Monday's meeting.

Day edges ahead in Australia

Jason Day is on track to win the Australian Open for the first time after taking a one-shot lead following the third round at The Australian Golf Club.

England wobble after Smith hundred

Two early wickets from Josh Hazlewood have left England with plenty of work to do on day four of the first Ashes Test after Steve Smith’s magnificent century earned Australia a 26-run first innings

Alli: Poch has been massive for me

Dele Alli insists Mauricio Pochettino has been "massive" for him at Tottenham, and says the whole team have put their entire trust in the manager.

Why WWE and Paige need each other

Paige's father probably said it best this week.

'Every home game a final'

Manchester United cannot afford any slip-ups at Old Trafford if they are to have a chance of winning the Premier League this season, says Ander Herrera.

WATCH: Did Ayew dive?

Andre Ayew went down after making contact with Harry Maguire in West Ham's 1-1 draw with Leicester, but the referee did not think it was a foul.

Benitez: I'll remain Newcastle boss

Rafael Benitez does not believe the uncertainty regarding ongoing talks over a proposed takeover at Newcastle casts doubt over his managerial position.

Puel: No Mahrez problem

Claude Puel revealed Riyad Mahrez was disappointed at being substituted in the 1-1 draw at West Ham but insists there's no problem with their relationship.

Wenger: Ozil has no Barca deal

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has denied Mesut Ozil has already agreed to move to Barcelona when his contract expires at the Emirates.