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Klopp relishing 'perfect' occasion
As Borussia Dortmund face Bayern Munich in the Champions League final, boss Jurgen Klopp predicts a "special" Wembley occasion.
Blackburn appoint Bowyer as manager
McIlroy & Donald miss Wentworth cut
Froch swears on Kessler revenge
Carl Froch swears he will exact revenge on Mikkel Kessler when they meet for a second time in London on Saturday.
Is F1 real racing any more?
Red Bull say F1 is no longer real racing, but are they right? BBC Sport's chief F1 writer Andrew Benson tries to find out
Must-not-miss sport on the BBC
Your guide to this week's sporting events on the BBC
Townsend faces FA gambling charge
Spurs midfielder Andros Townsend, who spent part of the season at QPR, pulls out of England's U21 squad following a betting charge.
Gill confident of keeping Rooney
Leicester v Northampton
Leicester Tigers face Northampton Saints in Saturday's Aviva Premiership final at Twickenham (15:00 BST).
Stoke make contact with Hughes
Assistant boss Phelan leaves Man Utd
Manchester United part company with assistant manager Mike Phelan and goalkeeping coach Eric Steele.
Rutherford eyes sprinting chance
Idowu to return in New York meeting
British triple jumper Phillips Idowu is to compete for the first time since Olympic elimination in the New York Diamond League.
Mazzarri named new Inter Milan coach
Inter Milan appoint former Napoli manager Walter Mazzarri as their new head coach after Andrea Stramaccioni's departure.
'Idiot' Di Luca fails doping test
Former Giro d'Italia winner Danilo Di Luca is called an "idiot" by his team director after testing positive for EPO.
Robson to face Wozniacki in Paris
British number one Laura Robson faces former world number one Caroline Wozniacki in the French Open first round.
Matthew moves into Open semi-finals
British Open champion Nick Matthew beats Egypt's Karim Darwish to move into the semi-finals of this year's event.
Rain ruins day one at Headingley
GB women second at World Team Cup
The GB women's wheelchair tennis team win silver in the senior competition at the World Team Cup in Turkey.
Ahern contests 10-year racing ban
Jockey Eddie Ahern appeals against the 10-year racing ban he was given by the British Horseracing Authority.
Mourinho's time at Real in pictures
From El Clasico disaster to the first Copa del Rey success in 18 years, Jose Mourinho's reign at Real Madrid has come to an end
VIDEO: Dortmund boss's football philosophy
Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp tells Football Focus that he watches an "unbelievable" amount of football and strives to ensure his own side are not "boring".
VIDEO: Ireland and Pakistan in dramatic tie
Ireland fall one run short of a dramatic win over Pakistan in Dublin.
VIDEO: FA Women's Cup final Q&A
Bristol Academy's Siobhan Chamberlain and Arsenal's Steph Houghton answer fans' questions ahead of Sunday's FA Women's Cup final.
VIDEO: Monaco GP second practice highlights
Nico Rosberg is quickest for the second successive session in Monaco as he tops the timesheets in free practice two ahead of his Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton.
VIDEO: Garcia apologises to Woods
Sergio Garcia sends an "unreserved apology" to Tiger Woods, and admits his "fried chicken" remark was "totally stupid and out of place".
VIDEO: Monaco GP first practice highlights
In-form Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg sets the pace in first practice ahead of Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix.
VIDEO: Brits look ahead to Monaco GP
Lewis Hamilton, Paul Di Resta and Jenson Button look ahead to this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix.
VIDEO: Little eyes Arsenal FA Cup glory
Arsenal's Kim Little speaks to BBC Sport's Tina Daheley ahead of Sunday's FA Women's Cup final, where she is "really excited" at the prospect of a fourth FA Women's Cup trophy.
VIDEO: Vettel in Red Bull job swap with race engineer
Sebastian Vettel swaps roles with Red Bull race engineer Guillaume 'Rocky' Roquelin and sets him a special challenge.
VIDEO: Formula 1's magical Monaco moments
A quick-fire look at some of Formula 1's most memorable moments from the Monaco Grand Prix over the years.
VIDEO: Murray's Memories: Monaco GP's six leaders
F1 commentary legend Murray Walker looks back at the final two laps of the 1982 Monaco Grand Prix in which a succession of leading cars drop out of the race.
VIDEO: Froch determined to secure legacy
Carl Froch tells BBC East Midlands Today that victory in his world title re-match with Mikkel Kessler on Saturday will secure his legacy in the sport.
VIDEO: Germany's greatest football triumphs
BBC Sport looks back at Germany's greatest football triumphs ahead of the first all-German Champions League final on Saturday.
VIDEO: The rise of FA Cup finalists Bristol
BBC Sport's Karthi Gnanasegaram charts the rise of Bristol Academy as they prepare for the FA Women's Cup final.
VIDEO: Race pace still a concern - Rosberg
Mercedes' Nico Rosberg feels he is "in the hunt" for his third consecutive pole after setting the fastest time of the day in the first two practice sessions for the Monaco Grand Prix.
AUDIO: No contact with Woods yet - Garcia
Sergio Garcia says he has yet to speak to Tiger Woods, but is hopeful of meeting for face-to-face talks before the US Open in June.
VIDEO: Freestyler shows off football tricks
World freestyle football champion Andrew Henderson tells the BBC how breaking his leg encouraged him to take up the sport.
Froch driven by self-belief and desire for revenge
Carl Froch v Mikkel Kessler II will be brutal, savage and dangerous, writes BBC Sport's Ben Dirs
How German football reinvented itself
Germany's miserable Euro 2000 prompted changes which have helped the country provide both Champions League finalists
Dazzling Peacock ready to fly again
Paralympic sprinting star Jonnie Peacock returns to action on Saturday, eight months after he lit up London 2012
Garcia's remarks should meet zero tolerance
Sergio Garcia's ill-judged joke does nothing for golf's attempts to foster a more inclusive image, says golf correspondent Iain Carter
Magic Weekend is a winner for rugby league
Super League's Magic Weekend has never been better but does it serve its original purpose, asks BBC Sport's George Riley
Lewis Hamilton: Racing at Monaco truly special
Lewis Hamilton talks about his passion for Monaco, helmet designs and his love of motorbikes
First black England player revealed
Not Laurie Cunningham or Viv Anderson - who was the first black footballer to represent England at any level?
Felix relishing CityGames Manchester
Four-time Olympic champion Allyson Felix is looking forward to the unique nature of the Great CityGames Manchester.
Board to examine Froch 'kill' threat
Carl Froch is sorry for threatening to kill Mikkel Kessler in Saturday's fight but faces an investigation by boxing's governing body.
Cook expects closer second Test
England captain Alastair Cook expects a closer contest in the second Test after his side's 170-run victory at Lord's.
Giro stage cancelled because of snow
Friday's 19th stage of the Giro d'Italia is cancelled because of heavy snow and Saturday's stage 20 is re-routed.
Pistorius will not compete in 2013
Paralympic gold medallist Oscar Pistorius will not compete again this year as he awaits trial for murder.
Europa winners to get Champions spot
The 2015 Europa League winners will qualify for the following season's Champions League, Uefa confirms.
Hamilton: I have good chance of win
Lewis Hamilton believes he has a "pretty good" chance of winning the Monaco GP after a competitive showing in practice.
Tour chief sorry for 'coloured' remark
European Tour chief George O'Grady apologises for using the phrase "coloured athletes" while defending Sergio Garcia.
Dettori hopeful of riding in Derby
Frankie Dettori hopes to be able to ride at next week's Epsom Derby after a six-month ban for failing a drug test.
Boss tips Redding for MotoGP future
Marc VDS team manager Michael Bartholemy says Scott Redding can be "the future" of MotoGP after his Le Mans Moto2 victory.
Home town funeral for Olympic sailor
Olympic sailing champion Andrew Simpson's funeral will be held in Sherborne, the Royal Yachting Association confirms.
Hanbury commits future to Widnes
Widnes full-back Rhys Hanbury signs a new contract that will keep him with the Vikings until the end of the 2016 season.
Ulster prop Afoa fit for Pro12 final
Prop John Afoa recovers from a hamstring injury and plays for Ulster in Saturday's Pro12 final against Leinster.
Hawkins lauds Griffiths influence
World Snooker Championship runner-up Barry Hawkins says he owes his recent success to coach and mentor Terry Griffiths.
Simmonds heads GB squad for Worlds
Paralympic champion Ellie Simmonds is named in a 32-strong GB squad for August's IPC World Swimming Championships.
Konta loses French Open qualifier
Britain will have only three players in singles action at the French Open after Johanna Konta exited in qualifying.
Team GB ice skaters get Sochi boost
Great Britain given three figure skating places for the 2014 Winter Olympics by the International Skating Union.
Palace boss eyes 'different planet'
Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway says reaching the Premier League would have a profound impact on the club's future.
No Whyte-Green link over Rangers
Former chief executive Charles Green is cleared of having close links with former Rangers owner Craig Whyte.
Bale should leave Spurs - Desailly
French legend Marcel Desailly says Gareth Bale should leave Spurs to join a club that "has the culture of victory".
McIlroy and McDowell miss PGA cut
Northern Ireland pair Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell miss the cut in the PGA Championship at Wentworth.