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  1. Twelve Premier League news conferences
  2. Six Nations updates throughout the day
  3. Fed Cup: GB 3-0 Turkey - GB seal promotion play-off berth
  4. Get involved: #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Jamie Lillywhite and Ellie Thomason

All times stated are UK

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  1. Thanks and goodbye

    That's the end of today's Sportsday.

    Stay tuned across the BBC Sport website this weekend for Six Nations and Premier League action, amongst other things.

    Thanks for joining us. We'll be back on Monday for more rolling news, gossip and debate.

  2. 5 live Sport

    Friday, 19:00 GMT

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Tonight's 5 live Sport with Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas from 19:00 GMT features former Arsenal and England striker Ian Wright in the Friday Football Social and a comprehensive preview of Wales against England in the Six Nations.

  3. It's rugby v NFL...

    A Question of Sport

    Our NFL pundits Jason Bell and Osi Umenyiora join Phil Tufnell on tonight's A Question of Sport.

    They're taking on Matt Dawson, with Chris Robshaw and Maggie Alphonsi making up his team of rugby stars.

    Watch BBC One at 19:30 GMT to see how they get on.

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  4. Palace hope to continue run at Potters

    Stoke v Crystal Palace (Saturday, 15:00 GMT)

    Palace, level on points with bottom side Sunderland, have won the last five competitive meetings with Stoke, including four successive Premier League fixtures, but have to recover from last week's 4-0 home mauling by fellow strugglers Sunderland.

    Stoke's only league defeat in 10 home matches came against Bournemouth in November, but four of their last five have ended in draws, and only four sides have earned fewer points at home this season.

    Premier League table
  5. Sun journalists banned by Liverpool



    Liverpool FC has banned The Sun journalists from its grounds over the newspaper's coverage of the Hillsborough disaster.

    The newspaper has been widely boycotted in the city following a campaign by the Total Eclipse of The S*n group.

    Its journalists will no longer be allowed on site to cover matches and press conferences.

    Read more here.

  6. Blacks Cats eye another victory

    Sunderland v Southampton, (Saturday, 15:00 GMT)

    Bottom side Sunderland ended a six-match winless run in emphatic style with that remarkable 4-0 win over Crystal Palace last week, their biggest Premier League away victory since 1999, but the Black Cats a four-match winless streak against Southampton in all competitions.

    But Saints, who are 13th and only eight points above Sunderland, lost 3-1 at home to West Ham last week and have been beaten in six of their last seven league games.

    David Moyes
  7. History favours Toffees

    Middlesbrough v Everton (Saturday 15:00 GMT)

    Middlesbrough are 15th in the table, having won only one of their last nine league matches, and are the lowest scorers in the Premier League this season with 19 goals, including just 11 at home.

    Everton have won three of their last four league games, scoring 12 goals in the process, and have won their last four meetings with Boro - their best run in this fixture since 1931.

  8. Lawro takes on Loyle Carner


    Lawro's opponent for this weekend's Premier League predictions isLoyle Carner.

    The hip-hop star supports Liverpool, and thinks his team can do the business against Spurs on Saturday. He's gone for a 1-0 win.

    View their predictions here, or make your own predictions here.

    Loyle Carner
  9. 'I swear to God I caught it!'

    Super Bowl

    It was the dramatic catch that helped New England Patriots to the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history.

    Mic'd up players react to the stunning Julian Edelman catch against Atlanta Falcons.

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    Video caption: 'I caught it! Crazy, I swear' - Super Bowl catch
  10. Spurs seek to close gap on Chelsea

    Liverpool v Tottenham (Saturday, 17:30 GMT)

    Undoubtedly the biggest match of the weekend is the teatime kick-off at Anfield, where second-placed Spurs, nine points behind leaders Chelsea, who do not play until Sunday, take on Liverpool, who are four points behind the Lilywhites in fifth.

    The Reds are are unbeaten in their last nine league and cup matches against Tottenham, winning six of them, but the last three Premier League meetings have ended in draws.

    Tottenham v Liverpool
    Premier League table
  11. Gunners seeking to end poor run

    Arsenal v Hull (Saturday, 12:30 GMT)

    Let's look ahead to the weekend's Premier League fixtures and we start with Arsenal against Hull in the lunchtime kick-off at the Emirates. The Gunners have been beaten in their last two Premier League games and have not lost three in a row since January 2012, but have a good record against Hull, unbeaten in their last 13 meetings in all competitions, winning 11.

  12. Pitch invaders, Test captains and ski falls

    Sport quiz of the week

    Naomi Broady, Tara Moore and Laura Robson

    Which animal invaded the cricket pitch this week? Which country saw their skier fall flat on their face? Test yourself here with BBC Sport and A Question of Sport's weekly quiz.

  13. Watford defeat still infuriates Mourinho

    Manchester United v Watford, (Saturday, 15:00 GMT)

    Watford v Manchester United in September

    Manchester United were comfortable 3-0 winners over Leicester last time out and face mid-table Watford this weekend. Boss Jose Mourinho recalls September's meeting with the Hornets at Vicarage Road, when his team conceded two late goals and were stung 3-1.

    "I was very angry with the first goal," he says. "Martial had to leave the pitch with concussion but not a foul was given, a goal. 

    "I was really upset, then we had a very good reaction. We equalised, almost winning but Gomes made an amazing save and we lost on the counter attack. That made me angry. 

    "Watford defend with a lot of players and we let one of their midfield players arrive to score the second goal. Now we are having, not the perfect results, but we are unbeaten for a long time and we are positive."

  14. Dortmund fined over crowd trouble


    Dortmund fans

    Borussia Dortmund have been fined £85,000 and forced to close their famous 'Yellow Wall' stand for one Bundesliga match after crowd trouble last weekend.

    Fans held up offensive banners during the 1-0 win over RB Leipzig and also lit flares, while there were reports of crowd trouble outside the Westfalenstadion.

  15. Woods withdraws from next two events

    Former world number one Tiger Woods, who pulled out of the Dubai Desert Classic last week before the second round with back trouble, announces he will not be playing in the next two tournaments, the Genesis Open and The Honda Classic.

    Woods said on his website that his future schedule will be determined at a later date after his back is reassessed.

    The first major of the year, the coveted Masters, which Woods has won four times, starts on 6 April.

    Tiger Woods
  16. Pickford back in training

    Sunderland v Southampton (Saturday, 15:00 GMT)

    Jordan Pickford

    David Moyes is boosted by goalkeeper Jordan Pickford's return to training. Vito Mannone has kept two clean sheets, so his confidence will be sky high.

    Moyes said: "The medical team would like Jordan to complete his time which the surgeon set for his recovery. He’s training well but I find it hard to understand because he’s diving around and jumping and kicking. 

    "His time is probably after this weekend. Jordan won’t be involved this weekend but he’s very close to playing. You want competition for places. You want  players on their toes so the more we can get that round here the better.”

  17. Incoming foot!


    Pedro is getting Courtois prepared for Sunday's trip to Turf Moor.

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  18. Mkhitaryan on life under Mourinho


    Football Focus

    Man Utd forward Henrikh Mkhitaryan tells Football Focus he had some "difficulties" when he first moved to Old Trafford, and needed time to adapt.

    You can watch the interview in full on Saturday's Football Focus, 12:00 GMT, BBC One.

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    Video caption: Mkhitaryan needed time to 'adapt' under Mourinho
  19. Conlan bout postponed


    A head cold has forced Jamie Conlan to postpone his forthcoming fight with Nicaraguan Yader Cardoza at the Waterfront Hall.

    The bout for the vacant WBC International Silver Super-flyweight title was set for Conlan's home town of Belfast on 18 February, but will now be on 10 March at the same venue.

  20. Mood good at Sunderland - Moyes

    Sunderland v Southampton (Saturday, 15:00 GMT)

    Sunderland's 4-0 win over Crystal Palace was their first victory in seven Premier League games, and Black Cats boss David Moyes hopes it can kick-start a decent run of form

    "We had a great result last week," he says. "The players showed what they can do. We’re in a good mood but we also know we’ve got a long way to go and a lot more to do.

    "We have to get those performances and the players have shown the standard they can play to. If we play at that level we’ll give ourselves every chance of moving off the bottom of the league."

    David Moyes