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Anderson breaks Botham wicket record
James Anderson surpasses Sir Ian Botham as England's highest Test wicket-taker as England draw with West Indies.
Norwich City 0-1 Middlesbrough
Why you should watch FA Cup semi-finals
'It's hard to break Crucible curse'
Defending world champion Mark Selby knows he must buck the trend if he is to recapture his Crucible crown.
Anderson: Story of a record-breaker
BBC Sport traces James Anderson's journey from his Burnley breakthrough to beating Sir Ian Botham's England Test wicket record.
West Indies hold on to deny England
West Indies hold on to draw the first Test on the day James Anderson becomes England's leading Test wicket-taker.
Peaty sets breaststroke world record
Adam Peaty sets a world record in the 100m breaststroke on the penultimate night of the British Swimming Championships.
'Sterling will look back and wonder'
Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling will "look back in 20 years and wonder what he was doing", says boss Brendan Rodgers.
Edinburgh 45-16 Dragons
Leeds hit by players' withdrawal
Leeds manager Neil Redfearn's plans for the league match at Charlton are hit by the sudden withdrawal of six players.
Rooney poised for midfield role
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal says he may play striker Wayne Rooney in midfield at Chelsea because of injuries.
Downie & Purvis win all-around bronze
St Helens 16-41 Leeds
Ash Handley grabs a first-half hat-trick as a win over St Helens puts Leeds six points clear at the top of Super League.
Djokovic to meet Nadal in semis
Novak Djokovic thrashes US Open champion Marin Cilic at the Monte Carlo Masters and will play Rafael Nadal in the semis.
Anderson proud to surpass Botham
James Anderson says he was "hugely proud" to have overtaken Sir Ian Botham as England's highest Test wicket-taker.
Spieth & McDowell in Heritage chance
Jordan Spieth recovers from a poor opening round as he and Graeme McDowell chase leader Troy Merritt at the RBC Heritage.
Rosberg beats Hamilton in practice
Nico Rosberg beats Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to fastest time in second practice at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Cup fortunes will change - Stubbs
Alan Stubbs is convinced Hibs will end their long fruitless run in the Scottish Cup and hopes to be the manager to do it.
No Euro consolation for FA Cup losers
Reading and Aston Villa will have to win the FA Cup if they are to qualify for next season's Europa League.
Welbeck cool on Van Gaal criticism
Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck tells Football Focus he is relaxed about Manchester United's decision to let him leave.
Chelsea seen as boring - Mourinho
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says his team receive the most social media abuse because they are "boring".
'Pietersen has scored enough runs'
Australia captain Michael Clarke believes Kevin Pietersen could have a part to play for England in this summer's Ashes series.
Still lessons to learn - Phillips
Britain's Liam Phillips says he has "lessons to learn" despite World Championship and overall World Cup titles in the last two years.
Returning Smith eyes Team GB spot
Louis Smith aims to make the Great Britain team for the World Gymnastics Championships - and perhaps also the Rio Olympics.
'I will never better my Palace work'
West Brom boss Tony Pulis doubts it will be possible for him to perform better than he did in a short stint at Palace.
Clermont Auvergne v Saracens (Sat)
Team news as Clermont Auvergne host Saracens in Saturday's European Champions Cup semi-final at Stade Marcel Michelin (15:15 BST).
McCoy horse out of Scottish National
AP McCoy's intended Scottish Grand National mount Benvolio is declared a non-runner for Saturday's race at Ayr.
Real Madrid v Málaga
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Spanish La Liga game between Real Madrid and Málaga.
VIDEO: GB ice hockey star's amazing penalty
Ben O'Connor scores a fine penalty goal for Great Britain in their 3-2 victory over South Korea at the third-tier World Ice Hockey Championships.
VIDEO: WWE star squares up to Lawro
BBC Sport's Mark Lawrenson takes on WWE wrestling star Wade 'Bad News' Barrett for this weekend's predictions.
VIDEO: Downie wins historic bronze
15-year-old gymnast Ellie Downie wins an historic bronze medal Britain's first ever women's all-around international medallist the European Gymnastics Championships.
VIDEO: Raikkonen & Hamilton 'bullies' - Jordan
BBC F1 chief analyst Eddie Jordan describes Kimi Raikkonen and Lewis Hamilton as "bullies" after they drove round waiting cars in the pit lane in Bahrain.
VIDEO: Ennis-Hill on Rio 2016 & Johnson-Thompson
Jessica Ennis-Hill says she will "definitely be nervous" but is looking forward to making her return to competitive action after taking a break from the sport to have her first child.
VIDEO: Bolasie worth at least £20m - Pardew
Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew says winger Yannick Bolasie is worth at least £20m, and that his players will be very difficult to prise away from Selhurst Park.
VIDEO: Rosberg beats Hamilton in practice two
Mercedes' Nico Rosberg sets the top time in an eventful second practice session at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
VIDEO: Inside F1 with Nico Rosberg
Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg joins Tom Clarkson and Allan McNish as they look back on Friday's free practice sessions for the Bahrain Grand Prix.
VIDEO: Playing Man Utd is easy - Mourinho
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says games against Manchester United are "easy" because his players need no extra motivation to perform in such big matches.
VIDEO: Sterling still a good boy - Rodgers
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers insists Raheem Sterling is still a "good boy" at heart, despite his recent off-field misdemeanours.
VIDEO: Zonderland's high bar blunder
Dutch gymnast Epke Zonderland falls heavily and crashes out of the horizontal high bar competition at European Artistic Gymnastics Championships.
VIDEO: Sherwood going for FA Cup glory
Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood hopes his team can gain some glory and reach the FA Cup final for the first time since the year 2000.
VIDEO: Davis pots THAT black 30 years on
Six-time snooker world champion Steve Davis manages to sink the black that he missed 30 years ago in his famous 1985 final with Dennis Taylor.
VIDEO: Easy to sack the manager - Pellegrini
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini admits that this has been the worst time as manager after recent results.
VIDEO: Pardew & Bright relive 1990 classic
Alan Pardew and Mark Bright relive playing for Crystal Palace in their classic FA Cup semi-final against Liverpool in 1990.
VIDEO: Man Utd face injury puzzle - Van Gaal
Louis van Gaal says Manchester United are facing an injury "puzzle" ahead of Saturday's Premier League clash with leaders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
VIDEO: 1980: Lampard Snr lifts Hammers
In a classic period of extra time, West Ham beat Everton 2-1 at Elland Road in the semi-final of the 1980 FA Cup.
VIDEO: Can Fighting Talk's Josh nail 1985 pot?
Josh Widdicombe takes on Dennis Taylor's famous 1985 black-ball pot in front of Steve Davis - but can he make the shot?
Chelsea 'will be happy with draw'
Robbie Savage looks at the battles that will decide whether Manchester United can stop the Blues' title charge.
I'm a better person now - Murphy
Ten years on from his world title win, Shaun Murphy talks to Ben Dirs about past mistakes, being a better person and finding love.
'Saracens will lose but not by much'
Saracens will push Clermont in their European Champions Cup semi but it will be an all-French final, says Jeremy Guscott.
Reading ready for 'carnival time'
Scarves being knitted and inhibitions being lost - Reading are preparing for their first FA Cup semi-final for 88 years.
No intent to offend in China - Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton tells BBC Sport about another perfect result, the Bahrain challenge and champagne celebrations.
Lawro's predictions v Wade 'Bad News' Barrett
BBC Sport football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on WWE wrestler Wade 'Bad News' Barrett for the weekend's FA Cup and Premier League fixtures.
O'Driscoll and the Parisian omelette
Why did Brian O'Driscoll leave an omelette on the Champs-Elysees? Clare Balding finds out.
What's on BBC Sport this week
Your guide to this week's sport on the BBC, including the FA Cup, cricket & Bahrain Grand Prix.
Promotion, relegation & race for Europe
The state of play in England and Scotland's top football leagues as the season reaches the business end.
Bahrain Grand Prix in numbers
The Bahrain Grand Prix in numbers, where Fernando Alonso is king of a track which took 8.3 million man hours to complete.
Eugene's 2021 Worlds award 'unfair'
The decision to hand Eugene the 2021 World Athletics Championships is "unfair", says the Swedish Athletics Association.
British Lionhearts beaten by Cuba
The British Lionhearts completed their home fixtures in the World Series of Boxing with a 5-0 defeat against Cuba in London.
KP & Sangakkara 'like Christmas Day'
Surrey captain Gareth Batty says it is "like Christmas Day" to have Kevin Pietersen and Kumar Sangakkara in their squad.
Wiggins can break hour record - Hoy
Sir Chris Hoy says Sir Bradley Wiggins has "a 99% chance" of breaking the world hour record in London on Sunday 7 June.
Pearson switches to cycling for Rio
Paralympic discus champion Josie Pearson switches from athletics to hand-cycling in the build-up to the 2016 Games.
Saturday's gossip column
David de Gea 'agrees' Real Madrid move, Jose Mourinho taunts Louis van Gaal, Sunderland interested in Garry Monk, plus more.
Ferrari a serious threat - Hamilton
Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg say they face a serious threat from Ferrari at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
European Tour appoints new chief
Canadian Keith Pelley has been appointed as the European Tour's new chief executive and will succeed George O'Grady.
Dettori wins Guineas trial on Osaila
Osaila wins the Nell Gwyn Stakes at Newmarket and is installed as a 16-1 shot for next month's 1,000 Guineas.
Dead fish removed from Olympic venue
Thirty-two tonnes of dead fish are cleared from the lagoon where Rio 2016 Olympic rowing and canoeing events will take place.
Wakefield Trinity 44-16 Halifax
Wakefield score 26 unanswered points to overcome dogged Halifax and book their place in the Challenge Cup sixth round.
Toulon v Leinster (Sun)
Leinster field their starting line-up from the quarter-final win over Bath for Sunday's Champions Cup semi-final against Toulon.
Champion Selby faces Davis victor
Mark Selby begins the defence of his World Championship title against Kurt Maflin, who beat Steve Davis in qualifying.
Phelps claims win on return from ban
Michael Phelps beats Ryan Lochte to win the 100m butterfly in his first race back from suspension.
Federer and Wawrinka in early exits
Roger Federer and defending champion Stan Wawrinka are both beaten in round three of the Monte Carlo Masters.
GB fight back to beat South Korea
Britain come from two goals down to beat South Korea and remain on course for gold in the ice hockey World Championships.
Port Vale 2-2 Preston North End
Port Vale twice fight back from a goal down to earn a point against League One promotion chasers Preston.
Hartley aims high after new deal
Dundee manager Paul Hartley targets top-four Premiership status and city dominance after signing a new contract.
Dragons loss 'end of world' - Thomas
Rhys Thomas says Newport's European Challenge Cup semi-final loss to Edinburgh feels like "the end of the world".
Kearney set to miss Rio 2016 Games
Belfast judoka Lisa Kearney's hopes of competing in the Rio 2016 Olympics appear to be over after suffering a serious knee injury.