Fellaini & Huth given three-game bans
Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini and Leicester's Robert Huth are banned for three games for their clash in Sunday's draw.
Ranieri asks stars for 'one year more'
Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri asks his Premier League title winners to "stay one year more".
Verstappen replaces Kvyat at Red Bull
Red Bull demote Daniil Kvyat after his calamitous Russian Grand Prix and replace him with Toro Rosso's 18-year-old Max Verstappen.
Khan ready to defy logic against Alvarez
Amir Khan says he is ready to prove the doubters wrong again with a world title win over Saul Alvarez in Las Vegas, writes Ben Dirs.
Ex-Wallaby Ella to coach England backs
Glen Ella will work with England for the three-Test series against Australia as a specialist backs and skills coach.
BBC Sport agrees new Badminton deal
BBC Sport has agreed a new deal to extend its coverage of the Badminton Horse Trials until 2020.
Murray reaches quarter-finals in Madrid
Defending champion Andy Murray beats Gilles Simon 6-4 6-2 to reach the quarter-finals of the Madrid Open.
BBC & SPFL agree new multimedia deal
BBC Scotland agrees a new four-year deal with the Scottish Professional Football League across television, radio and online.
US Army Ranger wins Chester Vase
Odds-on favourite US Army Ranger just denies his Aidan O'Brien-trained stable-mate Port Douglas to win the Chester Vase.
Sale sign ex-Wales scrum-half Phillips
Premiership side Sale sign former Wales scrum-half Mike Phillips from Racing 92 on a deal starting from next season.
Drug testing cash blow for Scotland
The Scottish Football Association will receive no cash help from the UK Anti-Doping agency as it aims to enhance levels of drug testing.
Cook signs new two-year Essex deal
England Test captain Alastair Cook signs a new two-year contract with his county side Essex.
Leishman pulls out of Rio over Zika
Australian golfer Marc Leishman pulls out of the Rio Olympic Games because of concerns over the Zika virus.
Grand National winner Maguire retires
Jockey Jason Maguire, who won the Grand National on Ballabriggs in 2011, is to retire aged 36 after serious injuries.
Kruse selected for fourth Olympics
James Davis, Laurence Halsted and Richard Kruse are selected in Great Britain's Olympic fencing squad for the Rio Games.
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VIDEO: PM asks Lineker to honour pants pledge
David Cameron has called for Gary Lineker to keep his promise that he would present Match of the Day in his underwear if his former team Leicester City won the Premier League.
How dropped Kvyat overstepped the Marko
The second Daniil Kvyat crashed into Sebastian Vettel his Red Bull career was over, thanks to his boss - the ruthless Helmet Marko.
'Man City looked a bit afraid of Real'
Manchester City were cautious and lacked creativity and tempo in their Champions League exit to Real Madrid, says Chris Waddle.
The science behind Leicester's success
Beetroot shots, ice chambers and egg roulette have all played a part in Leicester's unexpected march to the title.
Leicester team 'could be worth £200m'
The value of Leicester's squad could quadruple after their Premier League title win, according to agent David Seligman.
How well do you know past PL winners?
After Leicester's remarkable Premier League title triumph, BBC Sport tests your knowledge of some other players who proudly own a winners' medal.
What's on BBC Sport this week
This week's sport on the BBC include the Champions League semi-finals, rugby league's Challenge Cup and the Invictus Games.
Rio 2016: Olympic sport this week
Olympic sports news from the past week, plus the events coming up as the world's best athletes prepare for Rio.
Wada sanctions fourth lab in a month
South Africa's Doping Control Laboratory becomes the fourth lab to be sanctioned by Wada within a month.
I lack power to hurt Alvarez - Khan
Amir Khan admits he lacks the power to hurt Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez in their WBC middleweight title fight but says his speed will win the day.
Yorkshire cling on for nail-biting draw
Yorkshire attempt to chase 320 to beat Nottinghamshire but are forced to hang on for a thrilling draw at Trent Bridge.
Bikes to be scanned for hidden motors
Bikes will be tested at the Tour de France and Olympics to search for hidden motors, cycling's governing body says.
Trio win golds for Britain at Europeans
Great Britain win three more gold medals on day four of the IPC Swimming European Championships in Madeira.
Liverpool v Villarreal (agg 0-1)
Preview followed by live coverage of Thursday's Europa League semi-final second leg between Liverpool and Villarreal.
Ruthless Red Bull have made right move
Promoting Max Verstappen to replace Daniil Kvyat might be ruthless, but it is in Red Bull's best interests, says Allan McNish.
McIlroy keen to grasp Olympics chance
Rory McIlroy fears he might only get two attempts to win an Olympic medal and will go all out to win in Rio.
Fallon back among the winners at 51
Kieren Fallon plans to shake off a troubled year and become a more familiar face again on British tracks after a win at Chester.
Tindall eyes 'amazing' Olympic call-up
Zara Tindall will look to stake a claim for Olympic selection at the Badminton Horse Trials, which begin on Thursday.
Hull KR legend Millward dies aged 68
Former Castleford and Hull Kingston Rovers stand-off Roger Millward has died at the age of 68.
Barbarians to play Fiji in Belfast
The Barbarians will play in Belfast for the first time in 59 years when they take on Fiji at the Kingspan Stadium.
China Worlds audience reached 210m
Ding Junhui's run to the final of the World Championship boosted TV audiences in China to 210 million.
GB swim star Craig banned over tattoo
GB swimmer Josef Craig is disqualified from a race at the IPC European Championships for failing to cover up his tattoo.
Djokovic through as Wawrinka beaten
Novak Djokovic returns from a surprise defeat in Monte Carlo to progress at the Madrid Open but fourth seed Stan Wawrinka is out.
South Korea Olympic chair resigns
The main organiser of South Korea's 2018 Winter Olympics, Cho Yang-ho, resigns to focus on his struggling Hanjin Shipping business.
Pellegrini has no regrets after exit
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has no regrets after his side's Champions League loss to Real Madrid.
Cathro & Wright rule out Tannadice move
Newcastle assistant boss Ian Cathro and St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright distance themselves from the Dundee United job.
Wales' Williams pleased for Real's Bale
Gareth Bale missing Wales training camp because of Champions' League final does not concern captain Ashley Williams.
Fermanagh set to be without Cullen
Che Cullen is likely to miss Fermanagh's Ulster SFC tie against Antrim but Eoin Donnelly is set to be fit.