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Alli coming of age
Deadline Day brought nothing but frustration for Tottenham, but rising star Dele Alli can help lift the gloom at White Hart Lane, writes Nick Wright…
What's changed at City?
Manchester City continued their perfect start to the Premier League season with a 2-0 victory over newly-promoted Watford on Saturday.
Nadal into third round
Rafael Nadal continued his bid for a third US Open title on Wednesday a, beating diminutive Argentine Diego Schwartzman in the second round.
Reine-Adelaide in Arsenal squad
Arsene Wenger has included 17-year-old Jeff Reine-Adelaide in Arsenal's Champions League squad after impressive pre-season performances.
Charlton superior to Rooney
Sir Geoff Hurst believes Wayne Rooney to be a "true great" but doubts he will ever be able to match the success of Sir Bobby Charlton.
Mourinho leaves Djilobodji out
New Chelsea signing Papy Djilobodji has been left out of the club's squad for the Champions League group stages.
Thursday's order of play
Order of play for Thursday at the US Open.
Fish retires after Lopez loss
Mardy Fish has brought an end to his long career on home turf at the US Open after failing to serve out the match and eventually going down to Feliciano Lopez.
Shelvey denies England snub
Jonjo Shelvey insists he did not reject the chance to play for England and says it is every boy’s dream to represent his country.
County shake-up moves closer
The England and Wales Cricket Board has moved a step closer to a significant revamp of the domestic calendar.
Joseph ready for World Cup
Jonathan Joseph is determined to seize his opportunity when he spearheads England's quest for Rugby World Cup glory on home soil.
Williams survives Kiki scare
Serena Williams overcame a four-point deficit in the opening set tie-break to scrap past Kiki Bertens in the US Open second round on Wednesday.
Juventus refused Pogba offers
Juventus chief executive Giuseppe Marotta believes star midfielder Paul Pogba could be worth more than £73m (100m euros) if the club decide to sell him.
Whyte and Green released on bail
Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte and chief executive Charles Green have been charged with serious organised crimes offences in relation to the alleged fraudulent acquisition of the club in 2012.
Coleman keeping Wales focused
Chris Coleman is taking nothing for granted ahead of two vital European Qualifiers for Wales over the next four days.
WATCH: Hilarious racquet smash
Coco Vandeweghe might have just entered the record books for the funniest ever racquet smash...
Becker: Murray is a step ahead
Andy Murray has an advantage at the US Open because he played such a tough first-round match, says Novak Djokovic’s coach Boris Becker.
Froome 'hanging on' after crash
Chris Froome has admitted he was hanging on “for dear life” after crashing early on stage 11 of the Vuelta a Espana.
PFA chief warns angry Berahino
West Brom striker Saido Berahino has been warned not to go on strike by Professional Footballers' Association chief Gordon Taylor.
Liverpool sign and loan De Souza
Liverpool have loaned Allan Rodrigues de Souza to Finnish side Seinajoen Jalkapallokerho after finalising the signing of the Brazilian youngster.