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Hiddink: United clash still big
Guus Hiddink claims Chelsea's Super Sunday clash with Manchester United remains a big deal, despite the sides' struggles in the Premier League this season.
Inclement weather is sweeping across Britain, bringing strong gusting winds and driving rain to some parts.
WATCH: Arabians v Super Kings
Watch Gemini Arabians play Virgo Super Kings in the Masters Champions T20, live now on Sky Sports' digital platforms.
Marsh steers Australia home
Mitchell Marsh had a fine day with ball and then bat as Australia beat New Zealand by four wickets in Wellington in the second one-day international to level the series.
Cole: LA life is not a beach
Ashley Cole has defended his move to the MLS and insisted he didn't join LA Galaxy to enjoy California's beaches.
WATCH: Neville under pressure?
Guillem Balague and Terry Gibson evaluate the problems facing Gary Neville at Valencia and whether he was right to take the job.
Fowler: I know I can win
Rickie Fowler says he knows he can win this week's Waste Management Phoenix Open in Arizona following his three under par second round at TPC Scottsdale.
WATCH: Kabaddi defences on top
Pro Kabaddi League 2016 is well underway and we've seen all sorts of excitement with some defensive tackles that would make the NFL wince.
WATCH: Dubai Desert Classic LIVE
Sign in to watch live coverage from the third round of the Dubai Desert Classic, where Rory McIlroy features. Also live on SS4.
Sergio: Scotland in my heart
Paulo Sergio has tipped former club Hearts to see off Hibernian in the Scottish Cup this weekend while admitting he would jump at the chance to get back into management in Scotland.
Lionhearts win in Casablanca
Frazer Clarke's victory over Ahmed Bourous in the super heavyweight division gave British Lionhearts a 3-2 win over Morocco Atlas Lions in the World Series of Boxing in Casablanca.
Lewis wins first UK Open qualifier
Adrian Lewis continued where he left off in the Premier League on Thursday to beat Phil Taylor in Friday's UK Open Qualifier One.
Hazard's apology to Jose
Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard has revealed he sent a text message to Jose Mourinho after he was sacked apologising for his poor form.
Ko back in Florida title hunt
World No 1 Lydia Ko shrugged off a late rules scare to earn a share of the third round lead before play was suspended at the Coates Golf Championship.
Super Bowl 50: Pick Six
It will soon be time for the talking to stop – and there has been plenty of that this week in San Francisco – and it will be the moment to turn our attention to the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50.
Buttler joins Mumbai Indians
England's Jos Buttler will play for Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League after being bought for £385,000 - commanding a higher price than former England talisman Kevin Pietersen.
Further inspection at Ffos Las
Prospects for today's card at Ffos Las appear bleak with a further inspection called for noon.
Hahn makes a move in Phoenix
James Hahn fired a bogey-free 65 to move one clear of Rickie Fowler and Danny Lee after the second round of the Phoenix Open.
Kennaugh and Froome keep lead
Team Sky duo Peter Kennaugh and Chris Froome remained first and second overall at the Herald Sun Tour in Australia as John Murphy sprinted to victory on stage three.
'Leaving Spurs was emotional'
Andros Townsend admitted that he left Tottenham with a "tear in his eye", but feels he made the right choice in signing for Newcastle.