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Listen to the latest from the NFL as our Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold preview free agency.
Video interviews with all the leading trainers ahead of this week's Cheltenham Festival.
Pictures from Dublin as Brian O'Driscoll bade an emotional farewell to the Ireland supporters.
Netball London Live served up a thriller as Storm beat Mavericks at the Copper Box.
Marouane Fellaini finally showed what he could do in a Manchester United shirt, writes Adam Bate.
Sheffield Wednesday will be without Connor Wickham for Saturday's FA Cup fourth-round clash with Rochdale at Spotland.
The on-loan Sunderland forward does not have permission to play in the competition, but another forward, Caolan Lavery, is available and is expected to resume up front.
Midfielder Giles Coke will return to contention following a hamstring injury, while on-loan goalkeeper Damian Martinez could return in place of Chris Kirkland.
The Owls have no new injuries, but defenders Lewis Buxton (groin), Kamil Zayatte, Martin Taylor (both ankle) and Anthony Gardner (Achilles) are all still out.
Rochdale, meanwhile, have a major doubt over Ollie Lancashire.
The central defender limped out of the midweek draw at Chesterfield due to an unspecified injury and was replaced by Rhys Bennett, who could start in the fourth-round tie although Ashley Eastham will also be in contention.
Manager Keith Hill has no other new injury or suspension problems. Full-back Michael Rose is eligible to play after missing the third-round win against Leeds through suspension.
Dale caused a major upset in the previous round when goals from Scott Hogan and Ian Henderson secured them a place in the last 32 for the first time in 11 years.
Kammy has his say on Tim Sherwood's outburst, Arsenal's pursuit of the FA Cup, Man United's win over West Brom and more...
Is it Mission Impossible for Man City or will A Few Good Men form the perfect Cocktail and send the Premier League side into Champions League quarter-finals?
Matchday stadium announcers can be divided into two types; those that venture onto the playing surface and those that don't. My preference is firmly with the latter camp, but in recent seasons the trend has been for the former.