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Pakistan poised for series win

Pakistan all but ensured a first Test series win over Australia in 20 years, with Younis Khan's fifth double century and a hundred from Misbah-ul-Haq leaving them in a handsome position on day two in Abu Dhabi.

Treviso denied a point at the end

Nikola Matawalu scored the only try of the match as in-form Glasgow claimed a hard-fought 17-9 Guinness PRO12 victory over Treviso.

Ferdinand responds to FA ban

Rio Ferdinand appeared to endorse a tweet sent on Friday accusing the Football Association of applying double standards in handing him a three-match ban.

Wilshere adds to injury woes

Jack Wilshere has been added to Arsenal's lengthy injury list but Arsene Wenger is hoping to welcome back Olivier Giroud "miles ahead of schedule" in the coming weeks.

Little to separate Mercedes pair

Formula One's sparring championship protagonists Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg again proved there is little to separate them.

Murray toppled in Paris

Novak Djokovic defeated Andy Murray in straight sets to book his place in the semi-finals of the BNP Paris Masters on Friday.

Costa back for Blues

Striker Diego Costa is available for Chelsea's Barclays Premier League clash with QPR on Saturday after missing four matches with a hamstring injury.

Pellegrini: I'm not under pressure

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini insists he is not feeling the heat at the Etihad Stadium.

Van Gaal not envious of City squad

Louis van Gaal insists he has no reason to be jealous of Manchester City's stellar squad.

Olympic star Wilson quits shooting

Double trap Olympic gold medallist Peter Wilson has announced his retirement from competitive shooting.

Hamilton sets pace in Austin

In-form Lewis Hamilton led a truncated Formula One field at the end of the first practice session ahead of this weekend's United States Grand Prix.

Murray toppled in Paris

Novak Djokovic defeated Andy Murray in straight sets to book his place in the semi-finals of the BNP Paris Masters on Friday.

Ryder Cup pain fires Colsaerts

Nicolas Colsaerts revealed how he was inspired by Europe's Ryder Cup victory at Gleneagles after taking the halfway lead in the BMW Masters in Shanghai.

Djokovic and Federer ease through

Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer both safely progressed to the quarter-finals of the BNP Paribas Masters in Paris while Andy Murray claimed the victory that secured his place at the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals.

Hole-in-one boosts Westwood bid

A spectacular hole-in-one helped Lee Westwood surge into contention for the CIMB Classic at Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club on Friday.

Wilshere adds to injury woes

Jack Wilshere has been added to Arsenal's lengthy injury list but Arsene Wenger is hoping to welcome back Olivier Giroud "miles ahead of schedule" in the coming weeks.

Relieved Williams halts Ronnie run

Mark Williams claimed his first victory over Ronnie O'Sullivan in a ranking event for 12 years at the International Championship in China.

Hayes keen to work in men's game

The only female manager in the Women's Super League top flight has revealed she would love to test herself in the men's professional game.

Broad refutes Pietersen claims

Stuart Broad has denied there was any deliberate bullying in the England camp during his time playing alongside Kevin Pietersen.

Pellegrini worried by City form

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini admitted he was concerned about his team's form after being dumped out of the Capital One Cup by Newcastle.

Squad rotation key for Pochettino

Mauricio Pochettino insists Harry Kane must remain patient despite the striker scoring once again as Tottenham saw off Brighton in the Capital One Cup fourth round clash.

Ferdinand handed three-game ban

QPR defender Rio Ferdinand has been suspended for three matches and fined £25,000 for comments he made on Twitter, the Football Association has announced.

NFL in London 'worth £102m a year'

An NFL franchise in London could be worth more than £100million a year to the UK economy, according to a new report.

UK Sport to review funding strategy

UK Sport, the Government body which funds top-level sport in Britain, has announced a consultation and review of its funding strategy after the Rio Olympics.

'Just rewards' for Balotelli

Liverpool assistant manager Colin Pascoe felt Mario Balotelli got his "just rewards" with his goal in the 2-1 Capital One Cup win over Swansea - and agreed with Swans boss Garry Monk that Federico Fernandez should not have been sent off.

New dad Djokovic advances in Paris

Fatherhood appears to have done little to slow world number one Novak Djokovic as he got off to a winning start at the BNP Paribas Masters in Paris on Tuesday.

Sparkes welcomes UK Sport review

British Swimming chief executive David Sparkes has welcomed UK Sport's announcement it will hold a public consultation to decide its future strategy and has called for a "holistic" approach.

Evans dismayed by pay disparity

Laura Massaro is optimistic squash is heading towards equal prize money but Reanne Evans admits women's snooker feels like a "dead end" because of the lack of opportunities for female players.

O'Sullivan too good for McGill

Ronnie O'Sullivan made short work of Anthony McGill as the five-time world champion raced to a 6-1 success in their second-round clash at the International Championship in Chengdu.

Trott given England Lions call-up

Jonathan Trott has been selected for England Lions' new year tour of South Africa, marking the first step in a possible full international comeback.

No Ballon d'Or place for Suarez

Barcelona's former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has been omitted from FIFA's 23-man list of contenders for the Ballon d'Or award.

Finals glory for Williams

Serena Williams overcame a shaky start to power past Simona Halep and claim a fifth WTA Finals title in Singapore.

South Africa goalkeeper shot dead

South Africa international goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa has died, his club Orlando Pirates have announced.

Martinez praises Eto'o and Lukaku

Roberto Martinez praised strike duo Samuel Eto'o and Romelu Lukaku after they fired Everton to a 3-1 victory over Burnley at Turf Moor.

Mourinho refuses to comment on Dowd

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho's unhappiness with referee Phil Dowd was clear despite his insistence he had no comment to make about the official after the Blues' 1-1 draw with Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Late Van Persie goal rescues point

Manchester United striker Robin van Persie scored a dramatic 94th minute equaliser to deny Jose Mourinho victory over his old master at Old Trafford.

Eto'o at the double in Everton win

Romelu Lukaku answered his critics and Samuel Eto'o struck a brace as Everton made it back-to-back Barclays Premier League victories with a 3-1 win over Burnley.

Hoops down 10-man Kilmarnock

Celtic leapfrogged Kilmarnock into fourth place in the Premiership with a 2-0 win over the 10-man Ayrshire side at Parkhead.

Rodgers: Mario is doing his best

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers vowed to stick with Mario Balotelli after another goalless but encouraging display against Hull.

Bishop sorry for Poulter girl jibe

Sacked PGA of America president Ted Bishop has apologised for calling Ian Poulter a "Lil Girl" in a series of outbursts on social media.

Bony brace seals Swans win

Wilfried Bony scored both goals as Swansea saw off Leicester 2-0 at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday evening.

Mane strike sends Saints second

Southampton's incredible start to the season continued against Stoke as Sadio Mane's strike propelled them back to second in the Barclays Premier League.

Hull hold on for Anfield draw

Mario Balotelli and Liverpool fired blanks as Hull held on for a goalless Barclays Premier League draw at Anfield.

Hammer blow for champions

Diafra Sakho's sixth goal in as many Barclays Premier League starts gave West Ham a 2-1 victory over champions Manchester City at Upton Park.

Sanchez brace sinks Black Cats

Alexis Sanchez made the most of howlers from Wes Brown and Vito Mannone as Arsenal claimed a 2-0 victory at Sunderland.

Nadal to miss O2 after shock loss

Rafael Nadal is to miss the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals at the O2 Arena to undergo appendix surgery.

Suarez: Biting is an impulse

Luis Suarez says he is getting help in order to control his "impulse" to bite.

Murray battles through in Valencia

Andy Murray survived a test of his credentials to see off South Africa's Kevin Anderson in three sets and secure a place in the semi-finals of the Valencia Open.

Coric upsets Nadal to make semis

Teen sensation Borna Coric saw off childhood hero Rafael Nadal to set up a Basle semi-final showdown with David Goffin.

Williams through to last four

Serena Williams reached the last four at Singapore's WTA finals and tied down the year-end world number one ranking without hitting a ball on Friday.

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