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  1. Man City's Sagna fined for '10 v 12' post
  2. Swansea sign Tottenham's Carroll
  3. FA considering retrospective bans for diving
  4. Six FA Cup third-round replays: Lincoln v Ipswich (20:05 GMT) live on BBC One
  5. Rugby union: Jones replaces Warburton as Wales captain
  6. Get Involved: Design your sporting logo - #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Elizabeth Hudson and Alan Jewell

All times stated are UK

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  1. Sportsday Live

    That's it for Sportsday Live for Tuesday.

    A reminder that on BBC One from 20:00 GMT, you can watch the FA Cup replay between Lincoln City and Ipswich.

    On BBC Radio 5 live from 19:00, you have build-up to the same game, followed by full commentary from Sincil Bank.

    Have a good evening.

  2. Burnley bid to get past Sunderland

    FA Cup third-round replay, Burnley v Sunderland (Tues, 19:45 GMT)

    Midfielder Scott Arfield and winger Johann Berg Gudmundsson could miss Burnley's FA Cup third-round replay with Sunderland.

    Both have hamstring injuries while goalkeeper Nick Pope is likely to start in place of Tom Heaton.

    Sunderland full-back Billy Jones could feature after recovering from a hamstring problem but midfielder Steven Pienaar (calf) and striker Victor Anichebe (hamstring) are both doubts.

    The winners will entertain Championship side Bristol City or League One club Fleetwood in the fourth round.

    Burnley v Sunderland
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  4. Fleetwood captain could miss out

    FA Cup third-round replay, Fleetwood Town v Bristol city (Tues, 19:45 GMT

    Fleetwood Town-Bristol City

    Fleetwood captain Nathan Pond could be missing for the League One side after a collision with team-mate Conor McLaughlin in the win over Bristol Rovers on Saturday.

    Ashley Eastham is expected to replace Pond if he is not fit, while full-back Joe Maguire could make his debut after he joined from Liverpool.

    Bristol City defender Hordur Magnusson could return from his recent hamstring issue, with Gary O'Neil and Callum O'Dowda also in contention to return.

    Korey Smith (hamstring) and Adam Matthews (calf) are absent.

    The winners of the tie will be away to Burnley or Sunderland of the Premier League in the fourth round.

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  6. Barnsley look to make changes

    FA Cup third-round replay, Barnsley v Blackpool (Tues, 19:45 GMT)

    Barnsley boss Paul Heckingbottom could make a couple of changes as they look to secure a place in round four.

    Adam Armstrong and George Moncur will both be hoping for starts after coming off the bench in Saturday's 2-0 defeat by Fulham in the Championship.

    Blackpool defender Tom Aldred is available after a successful appeal against his red card in their 0-0 League Two draw at Cambridge United but midfielder Brad Potts is doubtful after limping off with a hamstring problem.

    The winners of the tie, which was goalless in the first match, will be away to Blackburn Rovers in round four.

    Blackpool's Kyle Vassell
  7. Swansea complete Carroll deal


    Tom Carroll

    Swansea City have completed the signing of Tottenham midfielder Tom Carroll for a fee thought to be about £4.5m.

    The 24-year-old has signed a three-and-a-half-year contract with the Swans.

    Carroll is a Spurs youth product, but has made only three appearances in all competitions this season.

    He is Swansea's third signing of the January transfer window, following Dutch winger Luciano Narsingh's arrival from PSV Eindhoven and left-back Martin Olsson's move from Norwich.

    Carroll spent the 2014-15 season on loan at Swansea.

  8. Schlupp could make Palace debut

    FA Cup third-round replay, Crystal Palace v Bolton (Tues, 20:00 GMT)

    New signing Jeffrey Schlupp could make his Crystal Palace debut but a hamstring injury has ruled out striker Fraizer Campbell as Sam Allardyce seeks his first win as boss.

    League One Bolton are set to name a similar team to the one that held Palace to a goalless draw on 7 January.

    Palace striker Keshi Anderson has been recalled from his loan spell at Bolton.

    Allardyce says he will rest some regular first-teamers with Saturday's Premier League game against Everton in mind. 

    The winners will entertain Manchester City in round four on 29 January (16:00 GMT).

    Crystal Palace v Bolton
  9. Non-league Sutton aiming to shock Wimbledon

    FA Cup third-round replay, AFC Wimbledon v Sutton United (Tues, 19:45 GMT)


    AFC Wimbledon have no fresh injury concerns for their FA Cup replay against National League Sutton United.

    Jonathan Meades (ankle), Tom Beere (back) and George Francomb (illness) are all hoping to be fit enough to be considered for a place in the squad.

    Sutton made five changes for Saturday's FA Trophy tie at Worthing.

    Kevin Amankwaah, Louis John, Maxime Biamou, Dan Fitchett and Jeffrey Monakana were left out for the 2-2 draw but are in contention for a recall.

    The winners face a home tie against Championship club Leeds United in the fourth round.

  10. Ipswich will 'not be playing kids'

    FA Cup third-round replay, Lincoln City v Ipswich Town (Tues, 20:05 GMT)


    Lincoln boss Danny Cowley expects Ipswich to be better prepared when the sides meet in an FA Cup third-round replay at Sincil Bank, which is live on BBC One tonight from 20:00 GMT.

    The National League leaders were twice ahead of the Championship outfit 10 days ago at Portman Road, but conceded late on in a 2-2 draw.

    Ipswich - 14th in the second tier - will "not be playing kids", according to boss Mick McCarthy.

    Veteran goalkeeper Dean Gerken is set to start, as are midfielders Grant Ward and Jonathan Douglas. Leon Best could start in attack.

    "There's no doubt we are going to see a better version of Ipswich, you will see a more focused Ipswich," said Cowley.

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  12. Fu beats Trump at Masters


    Marco Fu has made it into the quarter-finals of the Masters at Alexandra Palace in London after winning a final-frame thriller 6-5 against Judd Trump. 

    Fu will face Northern Ireland's Mark Allen in the last eight.

  13. Costa 'takes full part in Chelsea training'


    Diego Costa took part in training with the Chelsea first team on Tuesday as the likelihood of a move to China dwindled, reports the Press Association.

    PA Sport understands Costa was fully involved as his Chelsea team-mates returned following two days off after Saturday's win at Leicester. 

    Costa had been heavily linked with a move to the Chinese Super League, but the owner of CSL side Tianjin Quanjian's said their bid to sign Costa had been scuppered by new rules restricting the number of foreign players.

    Head coach Antonio Conte said the 28-year-old striker was absent from that game with a back problem which saw him miss three days of training last week. 

    Chelsea said that his solitary training sessions on Sunday and Monday were linked to his recuperation.

    Diego Costa
  14. Chalmers and Lowe confirmed as Bradford owners

    Rugby league

    Former New Zealand Rugby League chairman Andrew Chalmers and ex-Wigan coach Graham Lowe have been confirmed as the new owners of the Bradford club to replace the liquidated Bulls.

    The pair were selected by the Rugby Football League from a number of bidders.

    The first task awaiting the new owners will be to get a squad together to compete in the Championship, and in particular tie down the existing players and staff members to new contracts, after their old deals were made null and void by the liquidation.  

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  16. Tom Arscott suspended after meeting brother

    Rugby union

    Sale Sharks wing Tom Arscott met with Bristol full-back and brother Luke Arscott prior to the teams' Premiership match on 1 January, but "nothing of any sporting value" was passed on to the coaches, says Bristol boss Mark Tainton.

    Sale have complained to the Rugby Football Union that team information was passed to Bristol before their fixture at the AJ Bell Stadium, which the visitors won 24-23.

    Sharks director of rugby Steve Diamond confirmed Tom Arscott has been suspended since 4 January.

    Tom Arscott and brother Luke Arscott
    Image caption: Tom Arscott (left) and brother Luke Arscott
  17. Ranieri backs Conte for title


    Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri wants fellow Italian Antonio Conte to win the Premier League title with current leaders Chelsea.

    "As a former Chelsea coach and as an Italian supporter, I hope that Conte can achieve the goal," says the 65-year-old.

    "He has shown that the Italian school of coaches is valid more than ever."

    Antonio Conte
  18. Pochettino Junior follows in family footsteps


    It's like father like son for the Pochettino family after Spurs offered the son of manager Mauricio a scholarship at their academy, reports the Daily Mail.

    Maurizio, a 15-year-old winger, has been in the club's under 16 team this season.

    Before going into management, Pochettino senior won 20 caps a centre-half for his native Argentina.

    Mauricio Pochettino
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  20. Weir will not represent GB again


    Six-time Paralympic champion David Weir says he will not represent Great Britain again but he will compete in April's London Marathon.

    The 37-year-old wheelchair racer had a disappointing time at the Rio Paralympics where he failed to win a medal and said afterwards that he would not race on the track again.

    He claimed on Twitter on Tuesday that he felt "let down".

    David Weir