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Wolves survive Trinity comeback

Warrington held off a storming finish from Wakefield to claim a tense 34-32 victory that enabled them to draw level with Betfred Super League leaders St Helens.

Sancho set to start for England

Gareth Southgate is planning to give Jadon Sancho his first competitive England start in their opening European Qualifier against the Czech Republic on Friday, Sky Sports News understands.

Foden impresses in U21s draw

Phil Foden impressed as a dominant England U21s were held to a 1-1 draw by Poland, with Dominic Calvert-Lewin on target.

Police find knives on PSG fans in London

Police found knives and drugs on a coach full of Paris Saint-Germain supporters who descended on South London and caused criminal damage to Wimbledon's Kingsmeadow Stadium ahead of a women's Champions

Donald and Knox flying high

Luke Donald enjoyed a positive start to just his second tournament of the year as he opened the Valspar Championship with a solid four-under 67.

Chelsea Women seize CL advantage

Chelsea Women seized the initiative in their Champions League quarter-final with a 2-0 first-leg win over PSG Women at Kingsmeadow.

Tierney to miss San Marino game

Kieran Tierney has been ruled out of Scotland's game against San Marino on Sunday with injury and has returned home.

World Rugby consider law changes

World Rugby are examining a series of significant law changes to be tested in closed trials after this autumn's World Cup.

Quigley excited by UK debut

Jason Quigley is thrilled to be fighting so close to home for the first time in his professional career and hopes victory will ensure a world title shot remains "on the horizon".

Thumb injury ends Oubre's season

Phoenix Suns forward Kelly Oubre Jr is set to undergo minor surgery on his left thumb and will miss the rest of the season.

WATCH: Casey's special surprise

Paul Casey gave one young golf fan an experience of a lifetime with a special treat ahead of the Valspar Championship.

Wells: Edwards' Wigan return fading

Jon Wells believes the chances of Shaun Edwards coaching at Wigan in 2020 are becoming less and less likely.

Norrie tumbles out of Miami Open

Cameron Norrie was unable to capitalise on winning the opening set as he tumbled out of the Miami Open in the first round.

McLeish: It was horrible

Alex McLeish has described Scotland's humiliating 3-0 defeat to Kazakhstan in their opening European Qualifier as "horrible".

More money on offer at French Open

The French Open has increased its prize money by more than eight per cent for this year's tournament.

Charlie's route to Super 6 glory

Charlie Nicholas gives his Super 6 selections for this coming week of action, with £250,000 up for grabs for six correct scorelines.

Southgate defends Rice over IRA posts

England manager Gareth Southgate has defended Declan Rice over pro-IRA messages the midfielder posted on social media in 2015.

'Worst Scotland loss in memory'

Scotland's humiliating 3-0 defeat in Kazakhstan is their worst in memory, according to goalkeeper Craig Gordon.

Prutton's EFL predictions

David Prutton returns with his Sky Bet EFL predictions ahead of the weekend fixtures, but who is he tipping for victory?

Fed & Novak: Bold move to Hard Rock

Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic have said it was a "bold" decision by organisers to move the Miami Open from Crandon Park to the Hard Rock Stadium complex.