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By Matt Davis and Michael Emons

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  1. Four ways England can improve

    England v Scotland (Sat, 17;30 GMT)

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    Video caption: Four ways England can improve at Four Nations
  2. Ozil left out of Germany squad


    Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil has been 'rested' and left out of the latest Germany squad.

    His club teammate Shkodran Mustafi and Manchester City's Ilkay Gundogan has been included.

    City winger Leroy Sané has been called up by the under-21s.

    They face San Marino in a World Cup qualifier and then play Italy in a friendly.

  3. Who is winning the managerial battle?


    Antonio Conte Pep Guardiola Jurgen Klopp

    Who has impressed, who has underwhelmed and how do they compare against each other? Phil McNulty rates the Premier League's big-name bosses.

    You can read it here.

  4. Get Involved #bbcsportsday

    Which results could you have never imagined?

    Mark Rowden: Ipswich 1-0 Inter, back in Inter's real 2001 pomp. Admittedly they were without their stars through injury, but still an incredible result.

    Matt Pow: Easily Alex Ferguson's last game. WBA 5-5 Man United. The most surreal game I've ever seen.

    Richard Keetley: Liverpool 1-2 Grimsby Town. A few years ago now, but a Phil Jevons wonder goal won us it in extra time.

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    Image caption: Ipswich beat Inter Milan 1-0 in the first leg of a Uefa Cup third round tie in 2001, but the Italians won the second leg 4-1 to advance
  5. Chequered Flag Podcast

    Formula 1

    Formula 1 fans will want to download the Chequered Flag Podcast from BBC Radio 5 live.

    It includes an in-depth interview with former Benetton and Ferrari team principal Ross Brawn.

    BBC Sport app users will need to click on the below link.

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  6. 'I'm happy at Arsenal'


    Hector Bellerin

    Arsenal full-back Hector Bellerin, who has been linked to Manchester City and a return to Barcelona, has said he is happy at Arsenal.

    He told the Evening Standard: "If I wanted to play there (Barcelona) I would have stayed there. 

     "I was very happy when Arsenal showed interest in me and I decided to come here. I'm not looking back, I'm just looking to help Arsenal."

  7. Chadli has operation

    Leicester v West Brom (16:30 GMT)


    West Brom will be without club record signing Nacer Chadli against Leicester on Sunday.

     The midfielder has undergone a minor knee operation to remove some cartilage and is expected back after the two-week international break which follows this weekend's fixtures.

    Striker Saido Berahino will also be absent as he has been sent on a four-day training camp in France to work on his fitness, while defender Jonas Olsson has a slight hamstring strain and is a doubt.

    James McClean is suspended after incurring a fifth yellow card of the season against Manchester City last weekend. 

  8. Apology accepted?

    Man City v Middlesbrough (15:00 GMT)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    It's still not entirely certain whether Yaya Toure's apology has been accepted or not - but it is fairly clear Pep Guardiola doesn't like discussing him.

    As the third question was asked about the Ivorian at today's Manchester City press conference, Guardiola said he did not want to answer any more.

    So, we don't know if the apology has been accepted, or just as importantly, if he has any realistic chance of being picked.

    Time will tell on the latter. My inclination would be to think no.

  9. McKenzie announces retirement


    Ovill McKenzie

    British, Commonwealth and WBA intercontinental cruiserweight champion Ovill McKenzie has retired from boxing because of a heart condition.

    The 36-year-old was forced to withdraw from September's fight for the IBO world title against Germany's Marco Huck on medical grounds.

    Derby-based McKenzie won 25 of his 38 professional bouts, 13 by knockout.

  10. On this day...


    2007: Joe Calzaghe won his world super-middleweight title unification fight against Denmark's Mikkel Kessler with a unanimous decision victory.

    Joe Calzaghe
  11. All the latest rugby union news

    Rugby Union

    Check out BBC Radio 5 live's rugby union show with previews of the Autumn Internationals.

    Guests included former Springbok captain Bob Skinstad, ex-Australia coach Robbie Deans as well as Gareth Thomas, capped 100 times for Wales. Ex-England head coach Stuart Lancaster also talked about the growth of the game in America, and taking up the coaching reins at Leinster. 

    You can listen to the whole show below.

  12. World no.1, perfect record & curse breaking - sport quiz of the week

    Sport quiz

    Chicago Cubs

    Who has never been men's tennis number one? Which champs league team has a perfect record? And what is former German keeper Tim Wiese up to these days? See if you know by taking on the BBC Sport and A Question of Sport's weekly quiz here.

  13. 'Impossible Messi incident happened'

    Man City v Middlesbrough (15:00 GMT)

    Pep Guardiola spoke about a reported incident between Mikel Arteta and Lionel Messi in the tunnel after Tuesday's Champions League game.

    Guardiola said: "I spoke to Arteta. It is impossible that incident happened because he admires Messi a lot."

  14. Man City team news

    Man City v Middlesbrough (15:00 GMT)

    Fabian Delph is still out and training alone. Bacary Sagna has a hamstring injury, but will be fit after the international break. 

    Pep Guardiola said: "We have 21 or 22 players fit. That is fantastic in this period."

    Asked whether captain Vincent Kompany is available, he added: "I have to think about my team and speak to the physios about his condition. He has a chance to play."

  15. 'It is good news for Man City'

    Man City v Middlesbrough (15:00 GMT)

    Pep Guardiola has been speaking about Yaya Toure, after the midfielder apologised to the club for "misunderstandings from the past".

    He said: "I spoke with him this morning. It was private. I know what he said. What is important for Manchester City.

     "It is good news for Manchester City. Yaya has been in all our meetings and training sessions. You knew the situation. Nothing has changed.

     "I answered about Yaya. I don't want to answer any more. You knew the situation."

    yaya toure
  16. EFL Cup gets a new name


    The EFL Cup will become the Carabao Cup from next season in a three-year deal worth £18m.

    The deal with the Thai energy drinks brand represents a slight increase on a previous deal with Capital One.

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    Which results could you have never imagined?

    Phil Broeders: Wrexham beating Arsenal in the FA Cup 1991-92. Was in London that day so can't claim to have been there but wish I had been!

    Will Crane: Chelsea 0-1 QPR 2013. Wouldn't have dreamt it that season the way we had been playing, let alone six years before.

    Benjamin Lawrence: Leeds 1-0 AC Milan in September 2000. After getting beaten 4-0 by Barca in the opening match it never looked possible! 

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  18. Kane return 'very good news' - Pochettino

    Arsenal v Tottenham (Sunday, 12:00 GMT)

    Some quotes from Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino, as striker Harry Kane is back in contention to play for the Spurs for the first time since 18 September after an ankle injury.

    Spurs play away at rivals Arsenal in the north London derby on Sunday and Pochettino says: "We are very happy with Harry, he had a good training session - he is fit.

    "In the last few seasons he has been very important for us and was the top scorer in the league (in 2015-16). It is important for the club, it is very good news and good to have him back. He can help the team."

    But defender Toby Alderweireld is out as his recovery from a knee injury is taking longer than expected.

    "He has struggled to recover and it has been a slow recovery," says Pochettino.

  19. 'I don't have to prove myself'


    More from Anthony Joshua, who has been talking about the heavyweight division: “It wasn't so long ago no one cared what I was doing, so I don't have to prove myself to anyone but myself. I just entertain what I'm trying to achieve.

     “The division has been blown wide open. But people said that back in 2011. They will forever say that until a true dominant force like the Tysons and Holyfields comes into the division.”

  20. Get Involved #bbcsportsday

    Which results could you have never imagined?

    Niall Cook: England winning the Test series 3-0 against the Wallabies in the summer. Could never have dreamed of it.

    Scuba Dee: CHELSEA 2-0 up and getting smashed by the #mightybantams for four at Stamford Bridge, 2-4. The whole planet took notice.

    Alex Shcnopple: Wigan claimed the 1st major trophy in their 81-year history in the FA Cup final against Manchester City at Wembley in 2012/13.

    Australia v England

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