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  1. World Tour Finals draw - Andy Murray drawn with Stan Wawrinka, Kei Nishikori and Marin Cilic
  2. Liverpool beat Watford 6-1 to go top, Manchester United win at Swansea
  3. Former England rugby league player Eorl Crabtree retires
  4. Get Involved: Where will Cristiano Ronaldo be playing at 41? #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Michael Emons and Matt Davis

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good night

    That is all from us for today.

    There is live FA Cup first round action on Radio 5 live sports extra tonight as Southport take on Fleetwood, coverage starts at 19:30 GMT.

    You can also watch the second round draw on BBC Two from 19:00 GMT.

    Other delights for you to enjoy tonight on Radio 5 live include The Monday Night Club on from 19:00 GMT, The Tuffers and Vaughan Cricket Show from 21: 00 GMT and The Andy Murray Story at 22:00 GMT.


  2. Lampard contract deadline


    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    New York City have until 31 December to trigger a one-year extension to Frank Lampard’s contract.

    Patrick Vieira’s side suffered a 5-0 home defeat by Toronto in Major League Soccer’s play-off series last night.

    It meant a 8-0 aggregate defeat and the end of their season.

    It also marked the final game of Lampard’s two-year contract.

    However, there was an option in the deal Lampard signed when he left Chelsea in 2014, which New York City have until the end of the year to take up.

    Lampard, 38, had a difficult first season in MLS.

    He was  late arriving after extending a short spell with Manchester City to cover the entire 2014-15 campaign, and had to delay his due to injury and eventually scored three goals in 10 appearances.

    Lampard has had a more productive 2016 season, scoring 12 times in 16 games, including a hat-trick against Colorado Rapids in June.

  3. 'Proud' Broad approaches England landmark


    England bowler Stuart Broad says he is "proud" as he approaches his 100th Test, and talks about the influence of father Chris and team-mate James Anderson.

    READ MORE: Broad grateful for patient England selectors

    Follow BBC Radio 5 live sports extra and text commentary of England v India from 0345 GMT on the BBC Sport website & app on Wednesday, 9 November.

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    Video caption: Broad 'proud' of 100th Test achievement
  4. Judge wants Neymar to face trial



    Barcelona and Brazil footballer Neymar should face trial for fraud, a Spanish judge has said, months after the case was dismissed.

    The case was reopened on Monday, brought by investment fund DIS, which claims it was short-changed during Neymar's 2013 move to Barcelona.

    The fund formerly owned the transfer rights to the 24-year-old.

    The charges - which are denied by the accused, including Neymar and his parents - were dropped in July.

    Judge Jose de la Mata was ordered to reopen the case in September by Spain's Supreme Court.

  5. A tackling masterclass

    American football

    So how do you tackle in American football?

    Jason Bell tells Mark Chapman to use "same knee, same shoulder" during a tackling masterclass on The NFL Show.

    WATCH MORE: The NFL Show on iPlayer

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    Video caption: The NFL Show: Jason Bell gives tackling masterclass
  6. Lambert aims for promotion with Wolves


    New Wolves manager Paul Lambert has targeted promotion after being unveiled at Molineux. 

    The 47-year-old has been appointed on a one-year rolling contract after replacing Walter Zenga, who lasted just 87 days, with Wolves 17th in the Championship. 

    The former Norwich and Aston Villa manager said: "I don't want to sit in the Championship every year, I want to try to get out of the league and if we can make headway and make a run at it then it's something we can try to go for. "

    Paul Lambert
  7. Adams honoured in Leeds


    London 2012 and Rio 2016 boxing gold medallist Nicola Adams has been honoured in her home city of Leeds.

    Adams has received a ‘paving the way’ award from the MOBO organisation. The honour has seen her ask for the slogan “tell me I can’t and that’s why I will” to be engraved in a paving stone in Leeds city centre.

    “It means a lot to me,” said Adams, 32. “It's nice to think the girls who follow in my footsteps will not have to struggle anymore.

    "They won’t have to worry about funding, training camps, etc. There’s  a proper structure. They'll be part of Team GB and they'll be able to go on to hopefully win Olympic medals as well.” 

    Nicola Adams
  8. Rooney joins the 100 club


    Wayne Rooney reached 100 assists in the Premier League with two against Swansea.

    He only has Frank Lampard and Ryan Giggs ahead of him.

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  9. Grimsby appoint Bignot as manager


    Marcus Bignot

    League Two side Grimsby Town have appointed Solihull Moors boss Marcus Bignot as their new manager.

    The 42-year-old replaces Paul Hurst, who left to take over League One club Shrewsbury Town last month.

    Bignot guided the Moors to promotion to the National League in 2015-16 and led them for the final time in Saturday's FA Cup first-round draw at Yeovil.

    His first game as Mariners boss will be at home to Sheffield United in the EFL Trophy on Wednesday.

  10. Get Involved - Ronaldo at 41


    He wants to play for another 10 years, so where will Cristiano Ronaldo be in 2026?

    Ryan Thompson: Sporting Lisbon.

    Peter: It would be nice if Ronaldo joined Man Utd team mates at Salford City FC.

    Keep sending your suggestions in, be as creative as you like. Tweet us #bbcfootball.  

  11. Poppy decision important for England - Southgate


    England boss Gareth Southgate says he thinks it is "important" that England wear the poppy when they face Scotland in a World Cup qualifier at Wembley on Friday.

    READ MORE: Poppies important part of England and Scotland's history

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    Video caption: England v Scotland: Gareth Southgate backs FA decision on poppies
  12. Lawes passes fitness test

    England v South Africa (Sat, 14:30 GMT)

    England assistant coach Paul Gustard says lock Courtney Lawes has trained today and is expected to be fit to face South Africa at Twickenham on Saturday.

    Lawes has been struggling with a knee injury.

  13. Bowen extends Hull deal


    The 19-year-old striker has made two senior appearances for the Tigers.

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  14. Federer out of top 10


    17-time major champion Roger Federer has fallen outside the world's top 10 for the first time since 2002. The 35-year-old Swiss sits 16th in the new rankings.

    Roger Federer
  15. Get Involved - Ronaldo at 41


    He wants to play for another 10 years, so where will he be in 2026?

    CCSDan: Southport FC

    Lord Master: Scunthorpe United.

    James Henderson: On Ronaldo island

    Possible James, he did reportedly give agent Jorge Mendes a whole Greek island as a wedding gift.

    Keep sending your suggestions in, be as creative as you like. Tweet us #bbcfootball.

  16. Vote result

    Will Liverpool win the Premier League this season?

    We asked you to vote on whether Premier League leaders Liverpool will go on to win the title?

    But it is bad news for Jurgen Klopp as 66% of you think the trophy will not be heading to Anfield.

    Thanks for voting.

    Vote results
  17. England's Willett drops out of top 10


    Danny Willett

    Danny Willett has dropped out of the top 10 in the world rankings for the first time since winning the Masters at Augusta in April.

    The 29-year-old jumped from 12th to ninth when he won the green jacket.

    Since finishing second in September's Italian Open, Willett has missed the cut in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship and tied 68th in the Turkish Airlines Open on Sunday.

    "To be honest, I don't really want to be out there playing golf," said Willett who is now ranked 11th in the world.

  18. 'Hard work, commitment, dedication and sacrifice for 20 years'


    Andy Murray's brother, Jamie, has posted on Twitter celebrating Andy's world number one ranking.

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  19. Post update

    Steve: What sort of draw was that? Even Fifa let you see the names on the balls! 

    You're right Steve, it was lacking in tension somewhat. Still you can't beat a bit of webcam chat with the world's best players.

  20. Get Involved #bbcsportsday

    Where will Cristiano Ronaldo be playing in ten years' time?

    Cristiano Ronaldo, who is 31, says he will be playing football for another ten years. But where will he be in 2026?

    Ted: If Beckham's franchise goes to plan, Miami in the MLS.

    Caterva: Beverly Hills Retired Legends F.C.

    Gappistan Radio: Delhi Dynamos. Del Piero was 38-39 (?) when he came, Ronaldo is fitter, we will take him at 41.

    Tweet us using #bbcsportsday or write on the Match of the Day Facebook page.

    David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo