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Jamie Lillywhite and Emlyn Begley

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  1. Post update

    That's Sportsday over for the day/week. Thanks for joining us.

    Plenty of live sport on the BBC Sport website this weekend, including Premier League action and the European Rugby Champions Cup.

  2. 5 live Sport

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Tonight's 5 live Sport with Jermaine Jenas and Darren Fletcher will preview a busy weekend in the Friday Football Social as the Premier League returns. They will be joined in the studio by former Everton player Leon Osman.

    That starts at 19:00 BST.

  3. Post update

    Rochdale v Bury (Sat, 15:00 BST)

  4. '500 away fans. You don't see that in the Football League'

    Paul Scholes wants the non-league side he co-owns, Salford City, in the Championship one day.

    If they get there though, he might be surprised at how big some of the away crowds are.

    "I went to Stockport on Saturday. There must have been 500 away fans there. You don't see that in the Football League," he said.

    Meanwhile, here are their new stadium plans...

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    Video caption: Salford City: Class of '92 reveal new stadium design
  5. Russian marathon winner disqualified

    Organisers of the 2016 Jersey Marathon have disqualified the Russian winner of the race after he competed in contravention of a global ban on athletes from his country.

    Aleksey Troshkin won the event for the third straight year earlier this month.

    But following allegations of state-sponsored doping, the IAAF had banned all Russian athletes from competing outside of their homeland.

    Runner-up Chris Zablocki of the USA has been declared the new winner.

  6. Hogg tries never to miss Emmerdale

    Glasgow Warriors and Scotland full-back Stuart Hogg fields quickfire questions from BBC Scotland.

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    Video caption: Glasgow Warriors' Stuart Hogg answers quickfire questions
  7. Post update

    Real Madrid go to Real Betis tomorrow, with full live text commentary on the BBC Sport website. Kick-off in Sevilla is 19:45 BST.

  8. Humming helps Djokovic

    Novak Djokovic says humming helps him concentrate after he beat Mischa Zverev 3-6 7-6 6-3 in the Shanghai Masters quarter-finals.

    "You're trying to reach that balance between being concentrated but at the same time being kind of calm and relaxed and enjoying the moment.

    "I was always trying to keep that optimal state of mind. Instead of the occasional tantrum that I used to have, I (switched) that vibration and transformed it in a tune."

  9. On this day...


    Shane Warne

    2004: Australia spinner Shane Warne equalled the record for most wickets in Test cricket by claiming his 532nd scalp in the second Test against India. He ended his Test career with 708 wickets.

  10. An Englishman in New York

    Meet 19-year-old Jack Harrison and see his journey from the Manchester United academy to a high school scholarship in Massachusetts which has lead to a starring role for New York City FC.

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    Video caption: Meet New York City FC's Englishman training with Villa and Pirlo
  11. Coslett named RFU chairman

    Rugby Union

    Andy Cosslett has been elected as the Rugby Football Union's new chairman.

    Cosslett, 61, who previously held an independent non-executive director role on the RFU board, replaces recently-appointed World Rugby chairman Bill Beaumont and will take up the position with immediate effect. 

  12. Wolves matches to be shown live in China

    Wolves have agreed a 10-match agreement for their games to be shown live on Chinese TV, on a pay-per-view basis.

    The Championship club were bought by Chinese conglomerate Fosun International in the summer.

    Wolves' managing director Laurie Dalrymple said: “Millions of Chinese citizens will be introduced to Wolves for the first time.

    "Through the assistance of colleagues from Fosun we’re in a great position to capitalise on this interest through the creation of the Club’s first Weibo [Chinese social media] page."

  13. West Indies Women v England Women

    Cricket - third women's one-day international

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Tammy Beaumont

    England are looking to get back on track after a six-wicket collapse in the second ODI at the Trelawny Stadium. Chasing 149 runs, England were coasting at 107-4 but were all out for 110 with Deandra Dottin taking three wickets in an over.

    With the series level at 1-1 can England regain the lead at Sabina Park?

    Follow live ball-by-ball commentary on BBC Radio 5 live five sports extra and on the BBC Sport website right here.

  14. On this day...


    Roy Keane

    2005: Manchester United and Republic of Ireland midfielder Roy Keane announced he was to quit international football (again).

  15. Football shirts only cost 'a couple of pounds' to produce

    University of Salford sports science professor Simon Chadwick tells BBC Outside Source how a kit deal affects fans, after Chelsea's £900m 15-year Nike deal.

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    Video caption: Chelsea have signed a new kit deal worth £60m a season
  16. Fiji to enter side in Australian league

    Rugby union

    Fiji Warriors, the country's second string side, are to enter Australia’s top domestic club competition, the National Rugby Championship.

    They will enter next year and play all their home games in Fiji.

    The deal has been underwritten by World Rugby for the next four years and will increase the number of clubs in the competition from eight to nine. 

  17. #OdetoJess

    We asked you, the BBC Sport audience, to submit suggestions, line by line, for an ode in tribute to 2012 Olympic champion Jessica Ennis-Hill, who retired on Thursday. You delivered to #OdetoJess in your droves.

    Darren Campbell reads it in the video below. Alternatively read it here.

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    Video caption: Jessica Ennis-Hill: Darren Campbell reads readers' #OdetoJess
  18. Puel focused on victories over records

    Southampton v Burnley (Sun, 16:00 BST)

    Claude Puel

    Southampton manager Claude Puel would gladly miss out on a 94-year club record for clean sheets if it means securing victory against Burnley on Sunday. 

    Saints are bidding to register their seventh consecutive shut-out at St Mary's, which would be just one clean sheet short of matching a club record that stretches back to 1922, when Southampton managed eight in a row. 

    Two goalless draws, however, against Hapoel Be'er Sheva in the Europa League and defending Premier League champions Leicester, have left Puel more concerned about sealing a win this weekend. 

    "I prefer to lose this record and win the game, it's not important for me," Puel said. "Of course it's interesting because you show you are strong and with a good solidarity but most important is to win the game." 

  19. Juventus could hand debut to 16-year-old

    Juventus could hand a debut to 16-year-old striker Moise Kean tomorrow against Udinese.

    Marko Pjaca suffered a cracked fibula on Croatia duty.

    "Only one of Paulo Dybala and Gonzalo Higuain will feature and for that reason, especially since Pjaca is out too, we'll be calling up Moise Kean to join the first team squad," Allegri said.

    "The boy is a real talent but at 16 years old, he needs more match day experience." 

    Moise Kean
    Image caption: Italy Under-17 international Moise Kean is being followed by Manchester City and Arsenal