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Drinkwater escapes further ban
Leicester midfielder Danny Drinkwater will not face any further action following his sending off against Manchester United.
'Chelsea don't get on with Spurs'
Chelsea will go "hammer and tongs" to end Tottenham's title hopes on Monday Night Football, according to Ray Wilkins.
Police warning ahead of derby
The Metropolitan Police has warned Tottenham and Chelsea supporters that any trouble at Monday's Premier League clash will be dealt with "robustly".
Dante option for Kentuckyconnection
The Betfred Dante at York on May 12 could be the next stopping point for Kentuckyconnection should ground conditions be in his favour.
Benitez avoids McClaren question
Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez refused to be drawn on whether the club would still be battling for their Premier League survival if he had taken over sooner.
Romandie & Yorkshire conclusions
The Tour de Romandie and Tour de Yorkshire served up some exciting racing over the past week.
Shervington's musical dream
Wasps hooker Edd Shervington will retire at the end of the season and hopes to start a new career singing in West End musicals.
Walker outlines Stormy options
Ed Walker is in two minds about whether to step Stormy Antarctic up in trip or keep him to a mile following his no-show in the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket on Saturday.
Leicester to watch MNF together
Leicester City's players will watch Monday Night Football together as outgoing champions Chelsea try to hand the Foxes the Premier League title by stopping Tottenham at Stamford Bridge.
WATCH: Floyd on DeGale v Jack
Floyd Mayweather is excited by the prospect of his fighter Badou Jack meeting James DeGale in a world title unification bout.
CC Division Two scorecards
Kent are on top on day two of their Division Two clash with Glamorgan, with Daniel Bell-Drummond 62 not out overnight.
Bumper shirt deal for Celtic
Celtic have secured a long-term shirt sponsorship deal with betting and gaming company Dafabet.
Rogers gets low draw in Cup
Ante-post favourite Steve Rogers will start from stall three in Wednesday's Betway Chester Cup, for which 17 horses have been declared.
Somehow targets Cheshire Oaks
Somehow will attempt to give trainer Aidan O'Brien a fifth victory in the Arkle Finance Cheshire Oaks at Chester on Wednesday.
Prince wins first PDC title
Gerwyn Price claimed his maiden PDC title as he won Players Championship Seven on Sunday, while Devon Petersen hit a nine-dart finish at the Barnsley Metrodome.
WATCH: Bad hair day for LVG
Louis van Gaal has never been one for boring interviews.
Boxing in football grounds
Tony Bellew is set to follow in the footsteps of Muhammad Ali, Mike Tyson and Ricky Hatton by boxing in a football stadium when he fights Ilunga Makabu at Goodison Park. Here's 10 examples of fisticuffs at the footie...
Vardy wins Writers' award
Leicester striker Jamie Vardy has been named the Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year for 2015-16.
Air Force team eye Curragh redemption
Aidan O'Brien is considering giving Air Force Blue another chance to prove himself over a mile in the Tattersalls Irish 2,000 Guineas at the Curragh on May 21.
Nico: No 'ecstasy' without Lewis
Nico Rosberg admits he cannot feel ecstatic about winning races when team-mate and title rival Lewis Hamilton has been handicapped by unreliability.