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By Matt Davis and Libby Dawes

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodnight all

    Thanks for joining us today and thank you for not sending in gruesome images of limbs sticking out the wrong way. 

    It's always a worry whenever our Sportsday live topic involves injuries as today's did... 

    Enjoy the football and tennis tonight. 

    We have Fenerbahce v Manchester United and Southampton v Inter Milan.

    Plus, Andy Murray v Lucas Pouille from the Paris Masters at the conclusion of the Djokovic match. 

    Keep it BBC Sport....






    Yep - I said that. I can only apologise. 

  2. Game on...


    Novak Djokovic has drawn level in the third round of the Paris Masters against Grigor Dimitrov. 

    It's now one-set-all and all to play for. Game on and all those other sporting cliches... 

    Just a reminder, at the conclusion of this tie, you can follow Andy Murray's match against Lucas Pouille live on the BBC Sport website.  

    Novak Djokovic
  3. We have a winner....

    Get involved - Playing through the pain

    Mike Durham: A friend was competing in an RAF obstacle course and suffered a heart attack... but didn't realise and completed the course!  

    We can only assume your friend is alright... 

    The exclamation mark at the end of your tweet is a little harsh if not... 

  4. A plea...

    Join us from 17:00 GMT for live text commentary of Fenerbahce v Manchester United and Southampton v Inter Milan.

  5. That old cliched 'FA Cup magic'...


    The first round of the FA Cup starts on Friday. 

    *excited emoji*

    Yes, we might have to wait until January for the big clubs to join the party, but the FA Cup is the most famous domestic club competition in world football and it certainly hasn't lost its magic.  

    Our hip and trendy pals at BBC Three have compiled the best Cup magic moments including this gem:

    *Tweet was from ages ago.... Don't worry - it's not Monday. 

    View more on twitter
  6. Team news

    Fenerbahce v Man Utd (18:00 GMT)

    Manchester United defender Phil Jones is in the squad for the first time this season.

    Jones has suffered with a knee problem and has not featured for the Red Devils since the Premier League win over Swansea on 2 January.

    Full-back Antonio Valencia is "out for a while" with a fracture in his arm.

    Defender Chris Smalling, midfielder Michael Carrick and winger Memphis Depay will all miss the Group A tie in Turkey.

  7. Iniesta continues recovery


    Barcelona captain Andres Iniesta has posted a picture of a knee brace on Twitter, writing: "Next step, you've helped me a lot but I never want to see you again."

    Iniesta injured his knee ligaments on 22 October during a win over Valencia and was expected to be out for six to eight weeks.

    View more on twitter
  8. Djokovic a set down


    Grigor Dimitrov is a set up against world number one Novak Djokovic in Paris. The Bulgarian took the set 6-4.   

  9. GB's women beat Mexico with two late goals

    Ice Hockey

    Great Britain's women scored two late goals to beat Mexico in their opening Olympic qualifying match in Kazakhstan.

    Mexico led 2-0 after 20 minutes before Kimberley Lane pulled a goal back midway through the third period.

    Saffron Allen's equaliser came with just 81 seconds left on the clock and, 21 seconds later, Angela Taylor scored a dramatic winner.

    "What we had to do was stay patient as we knew the chances would come," said assistant coach James Ashton.

    GB return to action against Poland at 09:00 GMT on Friday, before their final round-robin match against home side Kazakhstan on Sunday.

    GB's women beat Mexico with two late goals
  10. Sport's worst losing streaks

    Cleveland Indians fans

    As The Chicago Cubs break their 108-year losing streak, we look at some of sport's most shameful track records.

    Full story here.

  11. Southampton v Inter Milan (20:05 BST)


    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    It would be fair to say Inter Milan's preparation for their Europa League match at Southampton this evening has not been straightforward.

     Inter sacked coach Frank de Boer on Tuesday morning, appointing youth coach Stefano Vecchi in his place for the trip to St Mary's.

    Then Inter's players discovered they were staying 45 minutes away from the stadium, meaning a longer than expected journey from the team hotel for Wednesday night's training session.

     Inter, Champions League winners in 2010, are bottom of Group K, with three points from their opening three games.

    Frank de Boer
  12. Djokovic losing in Paris


    This match could have a huge bearing on Andy Murray's attempts to be world number one.

    Novak Djokovic is 4-2 down to Grigor Dimitrov in the first set in Paris.

    The Serb, 29, will retain his number one ranking - held for 122 weeks - if he reaches the final.  

    However, failure to do so would allow Murray to overtake him if the Scot can win the title, or if Murray reaches the final and Djokovic exits before the semis. 

  13. Video content

    Video caption: Fifa wrong to get involved on poppies - Wenger
  14. Latest gossip

    The Sun claim Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says he will remain at Old Trafford "for many years". 

    Don't want to alarm you but it may not be up to you, Jose... 

    Jose Mourinho
  15. Burnley news conference

    Burnley v Crystal Palace (15:00 BST)

    Burnley boss Sean Dyche on goalkeeper Tom Heaton, being England number one.

    "It's a debate point. Tom is giving very good performances, always looking to improve and develop."  

    Heaton has had an outstanding season so far and made 12 saves against Manchester United on Saturday to earn an important draw.

  16. Forest Green fans - watch out for splinters


    Forest Green Rovers.

    The winning design has been selected for a proposed 5,000-seat stadium for Forest Green Rovers. 

    Almost 50 designs from architects from around the world were submitted as part of a competition for the football club's new ground near Stroud. 

    Club chairman Dale Vince said the winning design from Zaha Hadid will be "entirely made of wood". 

     The stadium is to be the centrepiece of a £100m sports and green technology business park proposal next to the M5.

    Do they really mean ENTIRELY of wood...?

    Really? Even the toilets?