Merc remain fast but flawed, Red Bull raging, rookies impress, and Ricciardo makes his point
Watch highlights of the Super Sunday clash between Manchester United and Liverpool.
We consider five lessons learnt by England head coach Stuart Lancaster from the Six Nations.
Brian O'Driscoll's Ireland career finished on the ultimate high at the Stade de France.
Sky Sports' Rob Palmer was granted an exclusive audience with Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is still unhappy about his side's Premier League defeat at Aston Villa on Saturday.
Red Bull's appeal against Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification from the Australian GP may not be held until late April.
The FA is set to block Hull City's name change to Hull Tigers following a Membership Committee meeting.
Mark Cavendish sprinted to his second victory of the season on stage six of Tirreno-Adriatico.
Jon Driscoll and Terry Gibson discuss all the latest news from La Liga. To download the full La Liga Weekly podcast go skysports.com/podcast or head to iTunes.
World champion Tai Woffinden is determined to help Wolves' young team win the Elite League.
Scott Quigg expects the toughest test of his career when he defends his world title next month.
Is Luis Suarez Liverpool's best ever No 7.? Read our experts' view and cast your vote...
Chelsea's meltdown has left the door ajar for Liverpool and Arsenal, writes Matt Stanger.
There were promising signs for new cruiserweight Tony Bellew on Saturday night, says Johnny Nelson.
Chris Kamara blogs on Hawkeye's close call, Liverpool's big win and the North London derby.
England did not win the best Six Nations in memory but are a global force again, says Stuart Barnes.
Despite beating Man Utd, Graeme Souness does not want Liverpool to think they are title contenders.
The late, great footballing legend Sir Tom Finney discusses his long and glittering career.
Rob Key told ICC World T20 Zone England's Ashes toils show why Jonathan Trott should be recalled.
We've got a big match as Villarreal take on Athletic Bilbao, plus highlights from the weekend's games.
Tune in to see what Triple H has in store for Daniel Bryan and whether Kane seeks revenge on The Shield.
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if u ppl rli think willian was a 2nd yellow u shud start watching basketball clear dive by delph. no surprise no one isnt talking about that because he's english! Foy is a disgrace and shud be banned from chelsea matches KTBFFH...
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