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Summary

  1. Manchester City news conference
  2. Reaction to Leicester's first win after Ranieri exit
  3. Vote: Who should be Foxes manager?
  4. Your Pancake XI
  5. Get Involved: #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Jamie Lillywhite

All times stated are UK

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  1. Farewell

    And that's where we leave you for today, many thanks to those of you who stuck with us. Sportsday will be back at 08:00 GMT so please join the team then if you can. Enjoy yourselves. Cheerio now.

  2. 5 live Sport

    Football

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Let's bring you some coverage details for that key match in the Championship in Sussex tonight and 5 live Sport with Mark Pougatch from 19:00 GMT comes from the Amex where there is full live commentary on Brighton against Newcastle. Jonathan Pearce will be describing the action, joined by Southend boss Phil Brown. After the match there is a Football Social for you to get your views heard.

  3. Liverpool targets 2022 Games

    Commonwealth Games

    Liverpool City Council says it would be interested in taking Durban’s place as host of the 2022 Commonwealth Games after the South African Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula said earlier that costs may force Durban to lose the Games. 

    A Liverpool City Council spokesman said: "Liverpool is interested in hosting the games in 2022. We had heard rumours that Durban might be unable to deliver the Commonwealth Games in 2022 and have already indicated to the Government that we are very willing to host them instead."

  4. First goal facts

    Brighton v Newcastle (Tuesday, 19:45 GMT)

    BBC Radio 5 live

    All eyes on the south coast tonight as the top two meet in the Championship. Newcastle are yet to win a league game in which they have conceded the first goal this season, losing six and drawing once, while Brighton have won all 18 Championship matches this term when they have scored the opening goal of the game. So will it be first goal wins tonight? Find out on 5 live.

  5. On this day in ...

    2007: Cricketer Darren Gough was unveiled as the new captain of Yorkshire, three years after leaving his home county to join Essex.

    Darren Gough
  6. A Question of Sport

    Boxing

    Now, some time ago we asked you who were the other four boxers to be in the BBC Sports Personality top three since birthday boy Barry McGuigan won in 1985. The answers are; Frank Bruno, Joe Calzaghe, Ricky Hatton and Lennox Lewis.

  7. Murray coasts to victory in Dubai

    Tennis

    Andy Murray in first-round action in Dubai

    Good of Andy Murray to wrap things up before we finish and after a close first set he has won his first round match at the Dubai Championships with Malek Jaziri of Tunisia 6-4 6-1 in an hour and 18 minutes.

  8. Magpies seek first goal at Amex

    Brighton v Newcastle (Tuesday, 19:45 GMT)

    BBC Radio 5 live

    More on tonight's commentary match from the Championship as leaders Brighton take on Newcastle, who are just a point behind.

    Brighton's only defeat in their last seven matches against the Magpies in all competitions came in that August 2-0 loss at St. James' Park we mentioned earlier.  

    Newcastle have played twice previously at the Amex Stadium, both in the FA Cup, but are yet to score a goal there.

  9. Mclean to miss Six Nations finale

    Rugby union

    Two women's rugby entries in succession and Katy Mclean will miss the rest of England's 2017 Women's Six Nations campaign after being suspended for three weeks for her red card against Italy. 

    Mclean was sent off for a dangerous tackle in England's 29-15 win over Italy at Twickenham Stoop on Saturday and pleaded guilty to the offence which helped the disciplinary panel cut an initial six-week sanction in half.

    England have won all three matches to date and have two games remaining, one of which is against the only other unbeaten side, Ireland.

    Katy Mclean is sent off
  10. Teams announced for new women's event

    Rugby union

    The RFU has announced the 10 clubs that have been offered places, subject to contract, in the new women’s domestic competition starting in September.   

    They are; Bristol Ladies, Darlington Mowden Park Sharks, Firwood Waterloo Ladies, Harlequin Ladies, Gloucester-Hartpury Women's RFC, Loughborough Students, Richmond, Saracens Women, Wasps FC Ladies and Worcester Valkyries.

  11. Guardiola aware of results business

    Manchester City v Huddersfield (Wednesday, 19:45 GMT)

    Pep Guardiola was pleased with his his first meeting with Manchester City owner Sheikh Mansour, but is aware he could suffer the same fate as predecessor Manuel Pellegrini if results go against his team.

    "I was really impressed that he knew absolutely everything about us. It was nice to meet him and spend a few hours together," said Guardiola, whose team host Huddersfield tomorrow in an FA Cup replay.

    "He is so happy because he sees all the games and he sees the effort, he demands it. He knows we give absolutely everything and we fight until the end. It was nice because it is important for us to know the president. I had good relations with almost all my owners in Barcelona and Bayern Munich. 

    "But they know, we know, all the managers and owners know, that we are here because of the results. If the results are not good we are going to be replaced by another. I replaced another manager." 

    Pep Guardiola
  12. Murray moves ahead

    Tennis

    A fine forehand from Andy Murray seals the opening set 6-4 in 46 minutes of his opening round match against Malek Jaziri at the Dubai Championships.

  13. Your Pancake XI

    Just to complete the Pancake XI, we need a club name, manager, owner, and ground. How about..

    Name: Blackburn Shrovers

    Manager: John Toss-hack

    Owner: Alan Sugar

    Ground: The Dripping Pan (Lewes FC)

    Pancake XI
  14. All square in Dubai

    Tennis

    Still nothing between them in Dubai, world number one Andy Murray locked at 4-4 in his first meeting with Malek Jaziri of Tunisia.

  15. Your Pancake XI

    Thanks for all the  Shrove Tuesday suggestions - we've put together your Pancake XI.

    GK - Tim Flours (Flowers). DEF - Aaron Crepeswell (Cresswell), Flip Senderos (Philippe), Michael Duberries (Duberry), Sugary Neville (Gary)

    MID - Chris Waffle (Waddle), Eggar Davids (Edgar), Aaron Lemon (Lennon)

    ATT - Gabriel Batterstuta (Batistuta), Jiff Hurst (Geoff), Dwight Yolk (Yorke)

    Pancake XI
  16. Your Pancake XI

    We're nearly there with the Shrove Tuesday special - your Pancake XI.

    Here's a final thought before we announce the line-up.

    Tom Morris: Crepe Guardiola would make a decent boss. He's got good pan management skills.

  17. Murray fights back after losing serve

    Tennis

    World number one Andy Murray loses his serve to Malek Jaziri of Tunisia, the world number 51, but breaks back immediately and it is 2-2 in the first set in at the Dubai Championships.

  18. Wolves report £5.8m profit

    Football

    Wolves have reported a pre-tax profit of £5.8m for 2015-16, their final season under former owner Steve Morgan.

    Home attendances fell by 10% in the club's second season back in the Championship, as they slipped from the previous year's seventh to 14th.

    But  the sale of Benik Afobe to Bournemouth  for a reported fee of £10m helped Wolves achieved a profit.

    The figures cover the year up to 31 May 2016, prior to  Morgan's sale of the club to the Fosun Group.

    
          Steve Morgan was in charge of Wolves for nine years before selling
    Image caption: Steve Morgan was in charge of Wolves for nine years before selling
  19. Sochi to stay as F1 venue

    Formula 1

    The contract for the Russian Grand Prix in Sochi has been extended by four years to 2025.

    The first Russian Grand Prix was held in Sochi in 2014 and this year's race is due to take place on 30 April.

  20. Big two set for Championship showdown

    Brighton v Newcastle (Tuesday, 19:45 GMT)

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Let's look ahead to tonight's big match between the top two teams in the Championship as Brighton take on Newcastle, with a one point advantage over the Magpies. 

    Newcastle won 2-0 in the reverse fixture in August after goals from Jamaal Lascelles and Jonjo Shelvey, with Brighton's Sam Baldock sent off soon after the break for two yellow cards.

    The Seagulls have the best home record in the division this term, having lost just once at the Amex, while Newcastle have the best away record, with 11 wins from their 16 games on the road.

    There is live commentary in 5 live Sport tonight from 19:00 GMT.

    Newcastle v Brighton