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Summary

  1. England make three changes to side to play Italy on Sunday
  2. Adam Johnson sacked by Sunderland after child sex charge admission
  3. Pulis calls for £10 away tickets in Premier League
  4. Get involved: #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Elizabeth Hudson, Michael Emons and Shamoon Hafez

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    So that's it from today's Sportsday. Stay across the BBC Sport website for all the news, scores and reaction from the weekend's Premier League and Six Nations action.

    Sportsday will be back at 08:00 GMT on Monday morning so we will see you then.

    Bye for now.

  2. Sunday's team news

    Manchester City v Tottenham (Sunday, 16:15 GMT)

    Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany is available for the first time since Boxing Day after recovering from a long-standing calf problem.

    David Silva is also fit but Fabian Delph is out for seven weeks with an Achilles injury and Bacary Sagna has a knee problem.

    Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli is expected to be recalled, having featured as a substitute last weekend.

    Kevin Wimmer will continue to deputise for the injured Jan Vertonghen.

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    Manuel Pellegrini and Mauricio Pochettino
  3. Sunday's team news

    Aston Villa v Liverpool (Sunday, 14:05 GMT)

    Aston Villa will be without Jack Grealish, who has twisted his ankle in training.

    Rudy Gestede and Carlos Sanchez will be assessed after hamstring injuries and Alan Hutton is available but Jordan Ayew remains suspended.

    Liverpool trio Daniel Sturridge, Divock Origi and Philippe Coutinho may all feature after they returned from injury in the FA Cup defeat at West Ham.

    Steven Caulker is fit but Joe Allen misses out with a hamstring injury.

    Defenders Dejan Lovren and Martin Skrtel have both returned to training but neither will be ready for Sunday.

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    Steven Caulker
  4. Sunday's team news

    Arsenal v Leicester (Sunday, 12:00 GMT)

    Arsenal have no new injury worries ahead of the visit of league leaders Leicester City on Sunday.

    Francis Coquelin is pushing for a recall, while Danny Welbeck could be included for the first time this season following a long-term knee injury.

    Leicester are expected to be unchanged, although January signing Daniel Amartey could be named among the substitutes for the first time. Long-term absentees Jeff Schlupp and Matty James are unlikely to feature.

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    Claudio Ranieri
  5. Saturday's team news

    Chelsea v Newcastle (Saturday, 17:30 GMT)

    Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink hopes Diego Costa will be available despite suffering a broken nose on Thursday.

    Defender Kurt Zouma is out for the rest of the season with a knee injury, while new signing Alexandre Pato is not yet ready to be involved.

    Newcastle midfielder Jack Colback returns after a hamstring injury and could fill in at left-back with both Paul Dummett and Massadio Haidara out.

    Jamaal Lascelles is back after a ban, while Emmanuel Riviere is fit again.

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    Kurt Zouma
  6. Huddersfield aim to get the better of Wigan

    Rugby League

    There is one game up for decision in the Super League on Friday evening as injury-hit Huddersfield Giants host Wigan Warriors.

    Danny Brough, Scott Grix and Eorl Crabtree joined the injury list this week meaning teenage centre Sam Wood gets a debut along with former St Helens winger Jamie Foster, who is on trial at the club while Ryan Hinchcliffe will captain the Giants on his home debut.

    Forward Greg Burke, who spent last year on loan with Hull KR, comes back into the Wigan squad as they aim to make it two wins out of two.

    You can hear commentary of the game on 5 live sports extra, BBC Radio Leeds and BBC Radio Manchester.

    Huddersfield's Eorl Crabtree
  7. Saturday's team news

    Swansea v Southampton (Saturday, 15:00 GMT)

    Midfielder Ki Sung-yueng is available for Swansea after recovering from the concussion which ruled him out of last Saturday's draw with Crystal Palace.

    Francesco Guidolin has no fresh injury worries ahead of this weekend.

    Southampton's Victor Wanyama begins a five-match ban imposed as a result of his third red card of the season.

    Steven Davis and Matt Targett return after recovering from injury, while Jay Rodriguez is expected back in full training in the next fortnight.

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    Victor Wanyama
  8. Denton wants reward for hard work

    Wales v Scotland (Saturday, 16:50 GMT)

    Scotland number eight David Denton says his side are determined to repay the faith shown to them by head coach Vern Cotter when they take on Wales on Saturday.

    The Kiwi has made just one change to the team that lost 15-9 to England last weekend, with Duncan Taylor replacing the injured Matt Scott.

    "We want to repay Vern for his faith in us but also to repay ourselves for the work we've put in over the last six months," says the 26-year-old.

    "We have an opportunity to play one of the top sides in Europe on their home patch and hopefully beat them. We don't want to be that team that's being courageous losers and all those kind of things that we've done in the past."

    Scotland's David Denton
  9. Saturday's team news

    Norwich v West Ham (Saturday, 15:00 GMT)

    Norwich will be without Alex Tettey, who is completing a two-game ban. Graham Dorrans returns after illness, but Andre Wisdom has a knee injury.

    West Ham's injury problems have grown with Winston Reid, Joey O'Brien (both hamstring) and Cheikhou Kouyate (concussion) all out with injuries suffered in the midweek FA Cup win.

    Alex Song has shaken off the knock that kept him out of that game, while Sam Byram is available again after being cup-tied.

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    Cheikhou Kouyate
  10. Hill's life to be celebrated

    Football

    A celebration of the life of ex-Coventry manager and chairman Jimmy Hill is to be held in the city's cathedral at 17:30 GMT on Friday.

    Bobby Gould, who played under Hill, Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) chief executive Gordon Taylor and BBC commentator John Motson will also be among those paying tribute to the ex-Match of the Day host, who died last year aged 87.

    JImmy Hill
  11. Saturday's team news

    Everton v West Brom (Saturday, 15:00 GMT)

    Everton will make a late decision on John Stones and Tim Howard, who have both missed the last two matches with respective hamstring and knee injuries.

    New signing Oumar Niasse could make his debut if he proves his fitness, but Muhamed Besic is still missing.

    West Brom will be without defender Gareth McAuley for two weeks after he injured his hamstring in their FA Cup clash with Peterborough on Wednesday.

    Jonny Evans, Craig Dawson and Chris Brunt are all doubtful for the Baggies.

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    Everton
  12. Saturday's team news

    Crystal Palace v Watford (Saturday, 15:00 GMT)

    Crystal Palace strikers Dwight Gayle and Connor Wickham are both available after injury and suspension respectively.

    However, James McArthur misses out with an ankle problem and Jason Puncheon has a hamstring injury.

    Watford captain Troy Deeney is likely to start, having only been used as a substitute last weekend because of fitness concerns.

    Defender Miguel Britos is a doubt after sustaining an injury against Spurs.

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    Crystal Palace
  13. Edwards plays down Welsh winning record

    Wales v Scotland (Saturday 16:50 GMT)

    Wales assistant coach Shaun Edwards claims Wales' long run of unbroken success against Scotland "means nothing" going into Saturday's Six Nations clash in Cardiff. 

    Wales have not lost to the Scots during head coach Warren Gatland's reign, winning eight successive Tests, while Scotland's last victory in the Welsh capital came 14 years ago. 

    "Every game is a different entity," said Edwards. "The fact we've won our last eight means nothing. 

    "We have a lot of respect for Scotland - they bring the best out of us. The teams that bring the best out of you are the teams that you know can hurt you. You have to be switched on in defence and be ready."

    Warren Gatland and Shaun Edwards
  14. Saturday's team news

    Bournemouth v Stoke (Saturday, 15:00 GMT)

    Bournemouth have no new injury problems before the visit of Stoke. Tommy Elphick is still building up fitness for a league return while Max Gradel, who has been out since August with a knee injury, returned to training this week.

    Stoke's Jonathan Walters could return from the virus which kept him out of last weekend's defeat by Everton. Captain Ryan Shawcross is nearing full fitness after a back injury but this game will come too early.

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    Jon Walters
  15. Pringle agrees Ipswich loan move

    Championship

    Ipswich Town have signed Fulham winger Ben Pringle on an initial one-month loan. The 26-year-old, who has played 18 games for Fulham this season, will provide cover for injured Ryan Fraser at Portman Road.

    Ben Pringle
  16. Saturday's team news

    Sunderland v Manchester United (Saturday, 12:45 GMT)

    Sunderland's Jeremain Lens, Younes Kaboul and Duncan Watmore all miss out through injury. Billy Jones is doubtful, but Fabio Borini has recovered from a virus.

    Manchester United's Guillermo Varela, Phil Jones and Adnan Januzaj suffered injuries playing for the under-21 side.

    Striker Will Keane is in the squad after impressing for the second string. United still have Bastian Schweinsteiger, Luke Shaw, Marcos Rojo, Antonio Valencia and Ashley Young on the sidelines.

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  17. Quiz time

    Winter sports

    How's your knowledge? Feeling clever?

    In light of the Youth Olympics in Lillehammer starting today, we’ve put together a quiz about winter sports. 

    Can you get all five questions correct?

    Ice hockey
  18. Simm motivated by Rio training visit

    Olympics 2016

    Kelly Simm

    Great Britain gymnast Kelly Simm says a recent visit to Olympic training venues in Rio has been invaluable.

    The 20-year-old spent eight days in the Brazilian city with other potential team members - with only five places available for the Games.

    "Going out to Rio was incredible. We looked round the Olympic village and it gives you a taste of what it will be like," Simm told BBC Radio Solent.

  19. Hodgson to be on Match of the Day

    Football

  20. South Africa start response

    Cricket

    South Africa are starting their reply to England's 262 all out in the fourth ODI in Johannesburg.

    You can follow the live text commentary here and listen to all the action on Test Match Special.