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Summary

  1. Seven Premier League news conferences:
  2. Tottenham's Rose signs new five-year contract
  3. Villa investigate Grealish hotel party
  4. Tennis: GB to face Canada away in 2017 Davis Cup
  5. Get Involved: Best sporting celebrations - #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Ian Woodcock and Alan Jewell

All times stated are UK

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  1. Thanks and goodbye

    That's all for today folks.

    We'll be back here from 08:00 BST on Friday.

    Don't forget you can follow live text coverage of the thrilling conclusion of the County Championship season here.

    Thanks for your company today and have a good evening.

    Middlesex
  2. Kind words from Keown

    Football

    Arsenal defender Martin Keown kept his cool after Manchester United Ruud van Nistelrooy missed a last minute penalty in the 0-0 draw between the sides.

  3. We need to be greedy and angry - Klopp

    Liverpool v Hull City (15:00 BST Saturday)

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    Video caption: Liverpool v Hull: Jurgen Klopp wants 'angry' performance

    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says he wants his team to be "greedy and angry" in their Premier League match against Hull on Saturday.

  4. Lawro v Michael van Gerwen

    Michael van Gerwen

    BBC football expert Mark Lawrenson is taking on world number one darts player Michael van Gerwen in this weekend's Premier League predictions.

    You can see what results they've gone for here.

  5. Moon Race makes successful debut

    Horse racing

    Cornelius Lysaght

    BBC horse racing correspondent

    Thoughts turned to jump racing's Cheltenham Festival in March after Moon Racer, the winner of the Festival's Champion Bumper [flat race for national hunt horses] in 2015, made a successful debut over hurdles, narrowly beating Ballyandy - the 2016 champion- at Perth (3:20).

    Successful trainer David Pipe is planning a campaign that could take the lightly-raced seven-year-old, ridden by Tom Scudamore, to Cheltenham's Supreme Novices Hurdle next year. 

    The Martyn Meade-trained colt Eminent became the latest offspring of champion racehorse-turned-stallion Frankel to make the winners' circle when storming home to victory on his racecourse debut, at Newmarket ridden by jockey Jim Crowley.

    Speaking as bookies began to offer odds on Eminent for next year's 2000 Guineas, Meade came up with perhaps the quote of the day: "Luckily he (Crowley) managed to pull him up before hitting the High Street." 

    You can see all of today's horse racing results here.

  6. Carvalhal knew Helan wanted to quit

    Jeremy Helan

    Sheffield Wednesday boss Carlos Carvalhal has said he has known for a while that winger Jeremy Helan wanted to retire to focus on religion.

    The 24-year-old Frenchman, a devout Muslim, is set to retire from the game.

    Carvalhal told BBC Radio Sheffield: "It's not new for me. It's something I've talked to him about since the start of the season.

    "When he talked with me I understood and I just said to him to take some time to be sure about the decision.

    "In that period he was very professional - he's a nice guy - but I must tell you that his head isn't in football."

  7. Get Involved - EFL rules out Premier League B teams

    Premier League B teams and 'non-English' clubs will not be included in plans to reform the structure of English league football, according to the EFL.

    What do you think? Would you have liked to have seen Arsenal or Manchester City's B team playing against lower league opposition?

    Tweet #BBCSportsday

  8. Simmonds wants your Unsung Hero nominations

    #BBCUnsungHero

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    Video caption: Ellie wants your Unsung Hero nomination

    Find out how you can nominate your Unsung Hero here.

  9. My silver medal meant more than the golds - Malone

    Rio Paralympics 2016

    Liam Malone

    Double Paralympic gold medallist Liam Malone says running helped him deal with his mother's death from bowel cancer in 2012.

    The three-time Rio medal winner said it was his silver, won on his mum's birthday, that was the most special to him.

    "That medal is far more important than the two golds to me," he said.

    In an interview at NZME Central, the 22-year-old Wellington-based athlete joked he turned to running after his original strategy for dealing with his grief - smoking and drinking heavily - failed to work.

  10. BreakingEFL rules out Premier League B teams

    Richard Conway

    BBC Radio 5 live sports news correspondent

    Premier League B teams and “non English” clubs ruled out of discussions on reform of English football pyramid.

    The EFL and the 72 clubs it represents have collectively ruled out including Premier League B teams in future plans to reform the structure of English football.

  11. Man of Steel nominees

    Rugby League

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    Video caption: BBC Sport video highlighting 2016 Man of Steel nominees

    BBC Sport takes a look at the three men nominated for the Super League Steve Prescott Man of Steel award.

    Hull FC's Gareth Ellis and Danny Houghton along with Castleford's Denny Solomona are up for the prestigious award.

  12. Get Involved - best sporting celebrations

    #bbcsportsday

    We want your favourite sporting celebrations. Tweet #bbcsportsday, text 81111 or head to the BBC Sport Facebook page.

    This fella would have been shown a yellow card, at least, in football...

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  13. 'It changed people's lives'

    Horse racing

    Frankie Dettori has been reflecting on his 'Magnificent Seven', 20 years after he went through the card at Ascot.

    Dettori's wins cost bookmakers an estimated £40m.

    He told BBC Radio 5 live: "For sporting achievement, it's my greatest thing that I've ever done, and in horse racing. It would be very hard to match something like that.

    "And, second, there's a fairytale scenario where bookmakers lost £40m, and wherever I went, in every part of the country, I had so many people coming up to me who'd won so much money on that day, and it changed people's lives, so it's a very amazing thing.

    "I moved the stock market [because of fears about bookmakers' losses]. It was crazy what happened, but it's nice that it can happen and people made a lot of money."

    You can hear Frankie Dettori: Magnificent Seven 20 years on on BBC Radio 5 live, Thursday 22 September, 20:00 BST.  

  14. Video ref used for the first time... sends a player off

    Ajax's Dutch Cup 5-0 victory over Willem II saw the first player sent off by a video referee.

    Official Danny Makkelie took charge of Wednesday's game with Pol van Boekel assisting from a van outside.

    With Ajax 2-0 up, Willem's Anouar Kali was shown a yellow card by Makkelie for a challenge on Lasse Schone.

    However, upon watching the incident back, Van Boekel indicated Kali should be shown a red. 

    The referee corrected his initial decision and Ajax made the man advantage count, going on to add a further three goals. 

    Anouar Kali
  15. Yorkshire get to 350 - title hopes alive

    County Championship

    Play has restarted at Lord's and Yorkshire have done it - a four from last man Ryan Sidebottom means they have a crucial bonus point that keeps the County Championship a three-hose race.

    The White Rose are 353-9 against Middlesex, 83 ahead of their title rivals. Somerset are the other team in contention.

    For live text, radio commentary and in-play highlights, head here.

  16. Newport's Man City request turned down

    Newport boss Warren Feeney has revealed Manchester City turned down his request to watch the team train.

    City are staying in Wales in between their back to back games with Swansea.

    Feeney said: "It was a big 'no' from them.

    "There was a possibility, but I think it's Pep's ruthlessness that he likes to keep it all in house which you can understand as they're a world class team."

  17. EFL Cup tie dates

  18. GB to face Canada in February

    Davis Cup

    More on the news that Great Britain have been drawn away to Canada in the first round of the 2017 Davis Cup World Group.

    The fixture on 3-5 February could feature a meeting between world number two Andy Murray and Canada's world number six Milos Raonic.

    Murray beat Raonic in this Wimbledon year's final to win his third Grand Slam title.

    Britain and Canada have faced each other only once before in the Davis Cup -in Bournemouth in 1967 - as a host team comprising Mike Sangster, Roger Taylor and Bobby Wilson won 4-1.

    Andy Murray and Milos Raonic
  19. Rookie of the year?

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    Video caption: New York Yankees rookie catcher Gary Sanchez makes baseball history

    New York Yankees rookie catcher Gary Sanchez has had a summer to remember.

    The 23-year-old has hit 19 home runs in his debut season to break a record that has stood since 1930.