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Summary

  1. 18:00 GMT: FC Rostov v Man Utd
  2. Wenger: Fans' opinion a factor in my decision
  3. Reaction after Barcelona stun PSG 6-1
  4. Vote: Greatest sporting comebacks
  5. Get Involved: #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Libby Dawes

All times stated are UK

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  1. Cheerio

    That's it for Thursday. You can follow updates from FC Rostov v Manchester United right here from about 17:00 GMT with the match kicking off an hour later.

    We can't promise it will be as exciting as last night, but you never know...

  2. Windy in Russia

    FC Rostov v Manchester United (18:00 GMT, Thur)

    Aside from a tricky pitch, Manchester United will also have to deal with windy conditions at Russian side FC Rostov for their Europa League match later.

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  3. #MyBarcaMoment

    Jim Jiber:#MyBarcaMoment  was watching in an Irish ski bar in Niederau, Austria. Lads on next table gave up and left with five minutes to go!

    Josh Jones: Was once a set and 5-1 down in our tennis club's championship semi-finals. Stormed back to win 4-6 7-5 [10-8] - comeback.

  4. Olympic Stadium investigation

    A company has been appointed to oversee the investigation into a £50m increase in the cost of converting West Ham's London Stadium.

    In 2015, former London mayor Boris Johnson said the change from an Olympics arena to a football stadium would cost £272m, a figure which has now risen to £323m.

    The investigation ordered by current mayor Sadiq Khan will look into inherited issues including the cost of moving the retractable seating.  

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  5. Shorter Davis Cup matches likely

    Russell Fuller

    BBC tennis correspondent

    Davis Cup matches are very likely to be played over three sets, rather than five, in future - and ties could last just two days (from three).

    The International Tennis Federation's board of directors has unanimously endorsed a "package of comprehensive reforms" for both the Davis Cup and Fed Cup at a meeting in Indian Wells.

  6. Happy birthday...

    Bill Beaumont (rugby union) - former England captain, turns 65. 

    Youri Djorkaeff (football) - World Cup winner with France in 1998 and former Bolton forward, is 49.

    Martin Johnson (rugby union) - former England captain who led the team to victory in the 2003 World Cup. Stood down as national team coach after the 2011 World Cup, celebrates his 46th birthday. 

    Juan Sebastian Veron (football) - former Manchester United, Chelsea and Argentina midfielder, turns 42.

    Clint Dempsey (football) - United States' former Fulham and Tottenham forward, currently with the Seattle Sounders, is 34. 

    Daley Blind (football) - Manchester United and Holland defender, celebrates his 27th birthday. 

    Martin Johnson
  7. On this day...

    Athletics

    On this day in 2014 , Katarina Johnson-Thompson claimed long jump silver , while Great Britain ended the World Indoor Championships in Poland with six medals.

    Katarina Johnson-Thompson
  8. On this day...

    Athletics

    On this day, in 2008, Great Britain's Phillips Idowu won gold in the triple jump at the World Indoor Championships in Valencia.

    Phillips Idowu
  9. On this day...

    Football

    On this day, in 2005 , Liverpool, who went on to win the competition, reached the Champions League quarter-finals after a 3-1 victory over Bayer Leverkusen, going through 6-2 on aggregate.

    Steven Gerrard with the Champions League trophy
  10. Road To Riches misses Gold Cup

    Road To Riches has been ruled out of the Cheltenham Festival with a setback and might not run again this season.

    Noel Meade's stable stalwart finished third to Coneygree in the Gold Cup in 2015 and third to Vautour in the Ryanair Chase last season.

    Click here for all the latest racing results and racecards.

  11. A doctor, vet, dietician and therapist walk into a wind-tunnel...

    #GetInspired

    Video content

    Video caption: The women who skydive behind closed doors

    Meet 'Not For The Ordinary', the women's formation skydiving team , preparing for the UK championships with indoor sessions at a wind turbine in an old research facility in Bedfordshire.

    If you want to give indoor skydiving a try, there are numerous wind-tunnel facilities around the UK.

    Or if you want to find out about other activities guaranteed to raise your adrenaline levels, check out our Get Inspired guide to Adventure Sports.

  12. Caixinha cleared for Rangers job

    Pedro Caixinha has been cleared to take over as Rangers manager by his current club.

    Qatari side Al Gharafa announced on their Twitter account that they had given the Portuguese coach permission to join Rangers.

    Read more on this story here.

    Pedro Caixinha
  13. "The match will go ahead as scheduled"

    FC Rostov v Manchester United (18:00 GMT, Thur)

    Jose Mourinho

    Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has criticised the pitch for his side's Europa League match against Russian side FC Rostov on Thursday.

    Rostov, fifth in the Russian Premier League, play at the Olimp-2 which was built in 1930 and has a capacity of just over 15,000.

    Ahead of the last-16, first leg tie, Mourinho said: "It's hard for me to believe we are going to play on that field - if you can call it a field.

    "I don't know which team to play."

    Uefa told BBC Sport the pitch "may not be in perfect condition, but has been deemed playable" following a pitch inspection on Wednesday.

  14. Injured Ormerod to miss Worlds

    Nick Hope

    BBC Sport Olympic sports reporter

    British freestyle snowboarder Katie Ormerod has suffered a back fracture in training for the World Championships in Sierra Nevada, Spain.

    Ormerod, who became GB's first ever Big Air World Cup winner earlier this year, describes the injury as "nothing too serious" but will now miss the event, although she hopes to return to action before the end of the season.

    The 19-year-old is seen as one of Britain's biggest medal hopes for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games in South Korea.

    "Pretty gutted I broke my back yesterday... Luckily it's nothing too serious so I'll be back in less than 6 weeks for the end of the season!!"

    Katie Ormerod
    Image caption: Katie Ormerod posted this picture on Instagram
  15. Hales hits a century

    England opener Alex Hales has marked his return from injury with a century in the third one-day international against the West Indies in Barbados.

    The ton brought England to 205-1 off 35 overs. You can follow all the latest on our live page here.

    Cricket
  16. Some Spurs contract news for you...

    Football

  17. France make four changes for Italy

    Rugby Union

    Venue:  Stadio Olimpico, Rome 

    Date:  Saturday 11 March 

    Kick-off:  13:30 GMT  

    Brice Dulin

    France coach Guy Noves has made four changes for Saturday's Six Nations match with bottom side Italy in Rome.

    Full-back Brice Dulin replaces Scott Spedding while Fabien Sanconnie, 22, will make his debut in place of the injured Charles Ollivon.

    Sebastien Vahaamahina has a back injury so Julien Le Devedec comes in, while Virimi Vakatawa is back on the wing.

    France are only one place off the bottom having won only one of their first three games,  against Scotland.

  18. Post update

    Sticking with rugby...