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City-based Twenty20 moves step closer - and is 'not a gamble'

English cricket's new eight-team, city-based Twenty20 tournament moves a step closer as the ECB reveals further details.

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Loftus-Cheek scores twice in convincing win for England U21s

Chelsea's Ruben Loftus-Cheek scores twice as England Under-21s beat their Danish counterparts in Randers.

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Watch: What has happened to the Netherlands?

They are fourth in their World Cup qualifying group and have sacked coach Danny Blind - what has happened to the Netherlands football team?

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'My kids would not talk about their mum's death' - Ferdinand

The ex-footballer, whose wife died in 2015, says his children would walk away from talking about it.

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Tony Smith: Brian Noble backs coach as Warrington go through 'perfect storm'

Ex-GB coach Brian Noble says there should be no pressure on Tony Smith as his Warrington grapple a "perfect storm" of injuries and poor form.

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Man City to host Liverpool in Women's FA Cup last four

Manchester City Women are to host Liverpool in the Women's FA Cup semi-finals, while Chelsea will visit Birmingham City.

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'I did not want to be seen' - Evans reveals torment over Towell's death

Six months after Mike Towell died following their bout, boxer Dale Evans reveals meeting his opponent's mother helps him carry on.

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Northern Ireland 'confident' in bid to reach World Cup

Northern Ireland's exploits at Euro 2016 have given them confidence in their bid to reach their first World Cup since 1986, says striker Jamie Ward.

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Davis Cup: Andy Murray set to miss Great Britain's quarter-final against France

Andy Murray is unlikely to play in Britain's Davis Cup quarter-final against France as he recovers from an elbow injury.

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Man City fined £35,000 over penalty protests

Manchester City are fined £35,000 by the Football Association for failing to control their players during the draw with Liverpool.

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Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas: Relocation approved by NFL club owners

The Oakland Raiders will be the first NFL team to play in Las Vegas after their relocation is approved by rival club owners.

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Late wickets give Middlesex hope against MCC

Middlesex fight back with seven late wickets on day two after being bowled out for 179 by MCC in the Champion County game.

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Mark Selby: World number one reaches second round in China

World number one Mark Selby reaches the second round of the China Open after a poor start in Beijing on Monday.

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Hamilton ditches personal trainer to 'challenge himself'

Three-time champion Lewis Hamilton decides to race in Formula 1 this year without a personal trainer.

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Brady to captain Republic against Iceland

Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's international friendly game between the Republic of Ireland and Iceland.

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Glasgow 2018: multi-sport European Championships seek 3,000-plus volunteers

A drive to recruit more than 3,000 volunteers is under way in preparation for next year's multi-sport European Championships in Glasgow.

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With latest scores and headlines sent straight to your device, personalisation and much more, ensure you have a great sporting life with BBC Sport.

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New city-based T20 'future-proofs' county game

ECB chief Tom Harrison says the proposed city-based T20 competition will "future-proof" county cricket, and denies "bullying" during negotiations.

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'I've not moved on' - Ferdinand shares his struggle with grief

Rio Ferdinand opens up about how hard it has been to cope with his wife's death.

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British Gymnastics Championships: Ellie Downie's gold-winning bars routine

Ellie Downie rounds off a successful weekend by winning gold on the bars at the British Gymnastics Championships in Liverpool.

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England 2-0 Lithuania: Gareth Southgate 'would have put house on' Jermain Defoe scoring

England manager Gareth Southgate praises striker Jermain Defoe saying he "would have put his house on him scoring" in their 2-0 victory over Lithuania in a World Cup qualifier.

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Michael O'Neill on massive games facing Northern Ireland

Michael O'Neill says Northern Ireland's home World Cup qualifiers against Germany and the Czech Republic will be hugely important.

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British Open squash: Laura Massaro wins second British Open, as Matthew loses final

Laura Massaro beat compatriot Sarah-Jane Perry to become the first English woman for 66 years to win a second British Open title.

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Cross Country: Kenya believe it? Top six all from same country

Watch Kenya dominate the women's senior race at the World Cross Country Championships in Uganda, taking all top six positions in an unprecedented finish.

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Jermain Defoe scores for England: Can you name England's oldest goalscorers?

After Jermain Defoe became England's sixth oldest goalscorer with his strike against Lithuania, can you name the five oldest scorers for the Three Lions?

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World Cup 2018: Scotland look forward to visit by England

Gordon Strachan's Scotland side look ahead to their next World Cup qualifier at home to England following a 1-0 victory over Slovenia.

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England 2-0 Lithuania: What now for Gareth Southgate's team?

An honourable defeat by world champions Germany and an expected win over Lithuania - a look at what the future holds for Gareth Southgate's England.

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FA People's Cup: semi-finals sizzle in the sun

A fantastic regional semi-final round of the FA People's Cup draws to a close, with a Wembley trophy lift one step closer.

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The BBC's State of Sport week

As part of our State of Sport week, the BBC is looking at some of the biggest topics affecting the world of sport today.

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Sport on the BBC: The best of this week's action

This week's sport on the BBC includes Champion County cricket action, the Merseyside derby and the Boat Races.

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