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United win after bizarre red

United win after bizarre red

Wayne Rooney fired Manchester United to a 2-0 win over Sunderland - but Wes Brown was controversially sent off.

Wales down France in Paris

Wales down France in Paris

Wales got back into Six Nations contention with an impressive 20-13 win over France at Stade de France on Saturday.

Ref stands by Brown dismissal

Ref stands by Brown dismissal

Referee Roger East stands by his decision to send off Wes Brown, and not John O'Shea, in Manchester United's 2-0 win over Sunderland.

Tonight at the cricket

Tonight at the cricket

​England's latest opportunity to show their World Cup credentials takes top billing on tonight's programme of live Sky Sports matches.

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  • Got the wrong man? We look at when referees punished the incorrect player

    Got the wrong man?

    After Wes Brown’s red card against Man Utd, we look at when refs have punished the wrong man.

  • John Terry or Harry Kane? The key battles in the Capital One Cup final between Chelsea and Tottenham

    Key cup final battles

    Where will the Capital One Cup final be won and lost? We pick out Sunday’s key battles.

  • Soccer Satuday Super 6: Stuart McClung from Nottingham becomes the fourth winner of the season

    Super 6 winner

    Super 6 has a fourth winner of the season after Stuart McClung predicted six correct scores.

  • Daniel Sturridge v Sergio Aguero: We profile the Liverpool and Man City strikers going head-to-head on Super Sunday

    Sturridge v Aguero

    We profile the Liverpool and Manchester City strikers going head-to-head on Super Sunday.

Experts & Columnists

  • Europa exit a boost

    Europa exit a boost

    Jamie Carragher says Liverpool can bounce back in their Super Sunday clash with Man City.

  • Ask Crofty: Day Two

    Ask Crofty: Day Two

    David Croft answers viewers' tweets and speaks to Ferrari as the final test reaches the half way point.

  • Merson's predictions

    Merson's predictions

    Merse tips Chelsea for cup glory and backs Liverpool and Arsenal for Premier League wins.

  • Fatigue hurts Spurs

    Fatigue hurts Spurs

    Spurs may pay for their Europa League exertions in the Capital One Cup final, says Jamie Redknapp.

TV Shows

  • Chadli's cup dream

    Chadli's cup dream

    Nacer Chadli told Soccer AM that Tottenham are confident they can win the Capital One Cup final.

  • The Sunday Supplement: Capital One Cup final special from Wembley

    On the Supplement...

    Neil Ashton, Henry Winter, Oliver Holt and Sam Wallace discuss the latest football headlines.

  •  Wright-Phillips and Robinson head to Goals on Sunday sofa to preview the Capital One Cup final

    GoS from Wembley

    Shaun Wright-Phillips and Paul Robinson join Ben and Kammy to discuss the Capital One Cup final.

  • Kane visits old club

    Kane visits old club

    Tottenham's Harry Kane paid his former club Ridgeway Rovers a visit on this week's Game Changers.

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