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Summary

  1. Uefa to delay presidential election
  2. Young out for a "long time" with groin injury
  3. Sturridge sidelined for "10 more days"
  4. Serena, Federer & Sharapova win in Aus Open

Live Reporting

By Matt Davis and Elizabeth Hudson

All times stated are UK

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  1. Sportsday

    That's it for Sportsday Live for Friday. It will return at 08:00 GMT on Monday.

    Have a good weekend.

  2. Coming up on 5 live

    Coming up on 5 live this evening at 19:00 GMT, Mark Chapman presents a look ahead to the weekend's football on 5 Live Sport.

    The guests are John Hartson, Steve Harper and football writer John Cross.  

    On 5 live sports extra from 19:40, there will be commentary of the European Rugby Challenge Cup game between Cardiff Blues and Calvisano.

  3. Bony critical of racists

    Football

    Manchester City striker Wilfried Bony has been speaking to the World Football programme on BBC World Service about racism in the game.

    Bony says that he would support any player who walked off the pitch because of racism and believes that ‘crazy’ racist fans must have ‘mental problems’.

    He also sets the record straight about his future at the Ethiad Stadium.

    You can hear more here from the Ivorian here.

    Wilfried Bony
  4. BBC Tennis highlights

    Tennis

    There will be television highlights of the Australian Open tennis starting from Saturday on the BBC.

    At 13:00 GMT, there will be action from Andy Murray v Joao Sousa and Johanna Konta v Denisa Allertova.

    There is also commentary throughout the tournament on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra.

    Johanna Konta
  5. Greaves's 'crazy' coaching regime

    Athletics

    Paralympic discus thrower Dan Greaveshas told BBC Radio 5 live that people think he is crazy when he has training sessions with his Arizona-based coach John Godina through bluetooth link-up on his tablet device.

    The four-time Paralympic medallist will be going for gold at Rio 2016 and claims that whilst there are 8,000 miles between them, the live input his coach is able to give is 'incredible'.

    Dan Greaves
  6. Fleetwood sign Cole as Proctor exits

    Football

    Fleetwood Town have signed Bradford City striker Devante Cole for an undisclosed fee, with forward Jamie Proctor moving the opposite way on loan.

    Cole, 20, joined the Bantams last summer on a two-year deal after his release by Manchester City.

    The England Under-20 international is the son of former Newcastle and Manchester United striker Andrew Cole.

  7. Taylor relishes 'testing limits' in men's game

    Cricket

    BBC Sport's Joe Wilson has spoken to England wicketkeeper-batter Sarah Taylor, the first woman to play men's first-grade cricket in Australia.

    The 26-year-old is preparing to play her 100th one-day international in England's forthcoming tour of South Africa.  

    Cricketer Sarah Taylor
  8. Warm up for the FA People's Cup

    #PeoplesCup

    With chilly temperatures around the country for the first round of the FA People's Cup this weekend, former Republic of Ireland player Kevin Kilbane shows you how you should be warming up for five-a-side football.

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    Video caption: FA People's Cup: Kevin Kilbane warms up for five-a-side football

    We'll have live text commentaries of the FA People's Cup action on Saturday and Sunday from 11:00-16:00 GMT each day.

  9. Should Klopp be protecting Sturridge?

    McNulty Q&A

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    Jurgen Klopp & Daniel Sturridge

    "It's such a difficult and frustrating situation and I can certainly understand why Jurgen Klopp does not want to give a running commentary on Sturridge's injury situation. He will not want to increase the noise and chatter around a saga that seems to have been going on forever.

    "Klopp must be so frustrated himself because he has seen in the 6-1 Capital One Cup win at Southampton what a difference Sturridge can make to Liverpool - but there must surely come a point when he is either fit or he has to make the decision to simply rule him out of his long-term planning.

    "All good managers protect their players, as Klopp is doing... even though we in the media would love him to say more!"

  10. Amartey joins Leicester

    Football

    Ghana international Daniel Amartey has completed his move to Leicester City from FC Copenhagen.

    The 21 year-old has joined the club on a contract until 2020.

    Amartey has won six caps for his country and can play as a defensive midfielder, central defender or right-back.

    It’s Leicester’s second signing of the transfer window after Demarai Gray joined from Birmingham earlier this month.

    Daniel Amartey
  11. Gold for Hirano

    Snowboarding

    Japanese teenager Ayumu Hirano has claimed gold in the men's halfpipe event at the 2016 Laax Open after an incredible final run.  

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    Video caption: Brilliant 17-year-old Hirano wins halfpipe gold
  12. How far are Everton off top four?

    McNulty Q&A

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    "They should be challenging for the top four now and yet they are in mid-table. They have missed so many opportunities, squandered so many leads and manager Roberto Martinez seems unwilling or unable to address their defensive frailties. 

    "They may end up looking back on this season as a huge missed opportunity because the top four chance has been there."

    Everton manager Roberto Martinez
  13. Sullivan holds clubhouse lead

    Golf

    England's Andy Sullivan has the clubhouse lead in the second round of the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship.

    The start of play was delayed on Friday because of fog and it means 60 players, including Masters champion Jordan Spieth, four-times major winner Rory McIlroy and world number six Rickie Fowler will have to complete their rounds on Saturday.

    Sullivan is on 10 under after picking up shots on his first three and last three holes and is one ahead of American amateur Bryson DeChambeau who is nine under at the turn.

    English golfer Andy Sullivan
  14. Wenger set for new Arsenal deal

    Football

    According to The Sun,Arsene Wenger is ready to commit his future to the Arsenal job.

    The 66-year-old has under 18 months left on his current Gunners deal and he has so far refused to make a public declaration about his intentions.

    But it is believed that he will agree a two-year deal.

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger
  15. Tennis faces battle - Broady

    Tennis

    British number seven Liam Broady believes the tennis authorities are “fighting a losing battle” in their bid to tackle match fixing.

    The 22-year-old said most players were unsurprised by this week’s BBC/Buzzfeed allegations and that the sport faces a “massive problem”.

    He also told the BBC that he had never been offered money to fix a match.

    Tennis player Liam Broady
  16. United interested in Butland

    Football

    The Daily Mail reports that Manchester United are plotting a move for Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland.

    David de Gea's long-term future is still up for debate and the Old Trafford club want to have a plan if he leaves.

    Stoke City keeper Jack Butland
  17. Uefa back Infantino for Fifa

    Football

    Fifa presidential candidate Gianni Infantino has received the "overwhelming" backing of Europe's football associations.

    A Uefa statement said: "Uefa's national associations overwhelmingly expressed their support for Gianni and will officially announce their individual positions in due course."

    The Uefa secretary general is one of five candidates standing in the election on 26 February.

    The winner will replace outgoing president Sepp Blatter who has been in charge since 1998 but was banned for football for eight years in December.

    Infantino
  18. How will England set up at Euro 2016?

    McNulty Q&A

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    Dele Alli

    false"Here is a feature we did after England qualified, in which myself and other journalists predicted our stating XI.

    "Since then Jack Wilshere has not played so I would certainly have Dele Alli in ahead of him right now as we just don't know when the Arsenal midfield man will be back.

    "I am also starting to have my doubts about Michael Carrick - but don't ask me who I would replace him with just yet!

    "I am a huge Wayne Rooney fan so I would certainly start with him but there is no doubt Harry Kane will be pushing a place by the time the tournament starts."

  19. City Women sign Asllani

    Football

    Kosovare Asllani.

    Manchester City Women have completed the signing of Sweden striker Kosovare Asllani fromParis St-Germain.

    The 26-year-old has made 80 appearances for Sweden, and joins City until the end of the 2017 season.

  20. South Africa end day one on a high

    Cricket

    South Africa have closed day one of the fourth Test on 329-5 after centuries for both Hashim Amla and Stephen Cook.

    It's been a tough day for Alastair Cook's side and you can follow all of the end-of-day reaction here.

    Stephen Cook and Hashim Amla