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McCrory: Fury will be nervous
Glenn McCrory believes Tyson Fury will need to overcome his nerves to stand any chance of defeating world heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko.
Froch: Have a tear-up, Fury!
Carl Froch has warned Tyson Fury against the dangers of adopting a hit-and-run style against Wladimir Klitschko.
'Mourinho would favour Kane'
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho would have Harry Kane up front rather than Diego Costa, according to former Blues star Tony Cascarino.
'IAAF should be a business'
Paula Radcliffe says the IAAF Federation should be "run like a business" and believes a new chief executive will help enforce professionalism.
'We'll make England proud'
Roy Hodgson says England will be doing everything they can to 'make the country proud' at next year's European Championships.
Inside the head of a boxer
What is a boxer thinking in the build-up to a big fight? Are they getting pumped up or relaxing? What are they eating? Who do they call for a last-minute boost?
Drogba backs Arsenal for title
Chelsea legend Didier Drogba has backed Arsenal to win the Premier League this season.
'Vardy not yet ready for England'
Former Leicester manager Peter Taylor says Jamie Vardy is far from the finished article and must improve his all-round game before being considered an England regular.
Scots bosses 'in demand'
Sky Sports pundit Charlie Nicholas believes the Scottish Championship's top two managers will have their pick of clubs if their sides continue to impress.
Leigh Centurions sign Chase
Leigh Centurions have secured the services of 2011 Man of Steel Rangi Chase.
FA issue concussion guidelines
The Football Association has issued new guidelines for dealing with concussion.
Ranieri the 'underdog' expert
Sky's Valentina Fass says Leicester City's incredible success this season shows boss Claudio Ranieri has not lost his talent for getting the best out of perceived 'underdog' sides.
Walsh: Vardy unstoppable
Steve Walsh believes Leicester City and their star striker Jamie Vardy can continue their remarkable runs when they host Manchester United on Saturday.
Gillespie backs day-night Test
Jason Gillespie has backed the decision to play a day-night Test match and says it is crucial the sport continues to evolve.
Smith has grounds for concern
Brechin goalkeeper Graeme Smith admits he 'has taken stick from his team-mates' after turning up at the wrong ground... for the second time in his career.
Fury winning over German fans
Tyson Fury believes he is converting Wladimir Klitschko's fans to his cause ahead of Saturday's heavyweight showdown in Dusseldorf.
Monk 'safe' at Swansea for now
Garry Monk does not face an imminent sacking as Swansea City manager,
Finding my inner superhero
Whatever your job, whatever you do in life, you will always have hurdles. Everyone will.
Taylor praises Ayew impact
Swansea full-back Neil Taylor admits he is impressed by the impact team-mate Andre Ayew has made in the Premier League.
Man stabbed outside White Hart Lane
A 35-year-old man is in a stable condition in hospital after being stabbed in the abdomen outside White Hart Lane on Sunday.