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NEWS24 SPORT | Stick wants Boks to show All Black-like ruthlessness

Springbok assistant coach Mzwandile Stick believes the national side is moving in the right direction. | Meyer’s Stade Francais boast massive player budget

French club Stade Francais, who are coached by former Springbok mentor Heyneke Meyer, have the biggest player budget ahead of the 2018/19 Top 14. | Anderson seeded 5th at US Open

South African tennis star Kevin Anderson will be seeded fifth at this year's US Open. | Springboks will beat All Blacks at Loftus!

Mark Keohane remains convinced that the Springboks can beat the All Blacks and win the Rugby Championship. | 3 Lions stalwarts out for the season

The Lions have confirmed that flank Cyle Brink, prop Dylan Smith and hooker Robbie Coetzee will not play any more rugby in 2018. | Federer: Nadal and Djokovic are favourites

Second seed Roger Federer has played down his chances of winning a sixth US Open, tipping rivals Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic as favourites to win. | SuperSport, CSA fail to agree on local T20 tournament

SuperSport announced that it will not be pursuing a proposed shareholding agreement with CSA for its domestic T20 tournament. | Cheika says Wallabies on course, despite losses

Australia coach Michael Cheika has acknowledged fans have a right to be angry after yet another Bledisloe Cup disappointment. | SA-born all-rounder Elliott retires from all cricket

South Africa-born New Zealand all-rounder Grant Elliott has announced his retirement from all cricket. | IndyCar rookie Wickens stable after spine surgery

IndyCar rookie Robert Wickens is in a stable condition after undergoing surgery to repair his injured spine following a horrific crash at the Pocono 500. | Tinkler linked with Chilli Boys takeover

There has been speculation that head coach Dan Malesela is set to be sacked by Chippa United and replaced by Eric Tinkler. | SABC to screen English Premiership matches LIVE!

The SABC will begin screening live English Premier League matches from this weekend, the public broadcaster has confirmed. | First convicted FIFA bigwig awaits US sentencing

The first bigwig convicted in the United States in the FIFA corruption scandal that disgraced world football awaited sentencing. | Buttler's maiden Test hundred his proudest England moment

Jos Buttler has said nothing he had done before in an England career across all formats could top his maiden Test century on Tuesday. | Beckham to receive UEFA President's award

Former England captain David Beckham is to receive the UEFA President's Award in honour of his achievements in the game and his work since retiring. | Boks expect huge contest against 'passionate' Pumas

The Springbok squad arrived in Buenos Aires and started their match preparations in the build up to their rematch with the Pumas in Mendoza. | Mkhitaryan: Emery's plan needs time

Henrikh Mkhitaryan says that Unai Emery's new philosophy at Arsenal needs time to come good. | White: Matfield, Du Preez not ready to coach Bulls

Former Springbok coach Jake White says former players Victor Matfield and Fourie du Preez are not ready to coach the Bulls. | Gelant pondering move to Stormers?

The Stormers are reportedly interested in the services of Springbok and Bulls fullback Warrick Gelant. | ICC punish England's Broad for Pant send-off

England's Stuart Broad has been fined and disciplined by the ICC for his send-off of Rishabh Pant during the ongoing third Test against India.


Century is Buttler's 'proudest moment' - but England on verge of defeat

Jos Buttler describes his maiden Test century against India as his "proudest moment in an England shirt".

Unbeaten Leeds go top with comeback draw at Swansea

Midfielder Pablo Hernandez rescues a 2-2 draw for Leeds United at former club Swansea City to send them top of the Championship.

Highlights: Defiant Buttler delays India with maiden Test century

England are on the verge of a huge defeat by India in the third Test despite the defiance of Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes on day four at Trent Bridge.

Four straight defeats - Robins pile pressure on McClaren at QPR

Steve McClaren asks supporters to be patient as QPR suffer a fourth successive league defeat at home to Bristol City.

Johanna Konta withdraws from Connecticut Open with viral illness

British number one Johanna Konta has pulled out of her second round tie at the Connecticut Open with a viral illness, tournament organisers say.

F1 returns: who will be rejuvenated by a Spa weekend?

As picturesque as a postcard and a firm favourite with every F1 driver. Master the art of Spa and world championship riches could be on offer.

Serena Williams tops Forbes list for highest-earning female athletes

Eight of the top 10 highest earning female athletes are tennis players with 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams topping the Forbes list.

Manchester United: Is Jose Mourinho's third-season syndrome a myth or about to unfold?

Do Jose Mourinho's sides really suffer from third-season syndrome? And if so, will it happen at Manchester United?

Edmund into last 16 at Winston-Salem Open

British number one Kyle Edmund reaches the last 16 of the Winston-Salem Open with victory over Leonardo Mayer.

'We aren't a priority' - periods, football and the tampon campaign

Three female fans are campaigning for free sanitary products at football stadiums - and are already making headway.

I've never had so much warmth - Woods

Fourteen-time major winner Tiger Woods says he has never experienced such "warmth" from fans as he has this year.

The next Van Gerwen? Twelve-year-old wins BDO event

Lincolnshire's Leighton Bennett sees off professional players to win a BDO event - at the age of 12.

England captain Hartley set for friendly return after five months out

England captain Dylan Hartley is ready to return for Northampton after five months out with concussion.

BATE Borisov 2-3 PSV Eindhoven

Donyell Malen scores a late winner for PSV Eindhoven to beat BATE Borisov in the first leg of their Champions League qualifying play-off.

Gold medallist Lyle says pressure to succeed has led to 'tough year'

Newly crowned World Para-athletics European champion Maria Lyle says she has battled with the pressure of being a young elite athlete.

Rangers v FC Ufa: Russian side given green light to travel after visa delay

Rangers' match with FC Ufa on Thursday will go ahead as planned after Uefa confirmed the Russian side have been granted UK visas.

Britain's men reach wheelchair basketball world quarter-finals

The Great Britain men's wheelchair basketball team reach the quarter-finals of the World Championships by beating hosts Germany 62-54.

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England v India: Jos Buttler scores 'brilliant' maiden Test century

England's Jos Buttler reaches his maiden Test century with a four as England dig in against India on day four of the third Test at Trent Bridge.

England v India: Virat Kohli takes 'outstanding' catch off 'awful' Ollie Pope drive

India captain Virat Kohli takes an "outstanding" catch after Ollie Pope plays an "awful" drive to reduce England to 62-4 in the third Test.

#WorkoutWednesday with Team GB: Emily Sarsfield's easy-to-follow balance workout

Team GB's ski cross star Emily Sarsfield guides you through her easy-to-follow balance workout, which you can do at home without any equipment.

Usain Bolt trains for first time with Central Coast in A-League

Watch eight-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt train for the first time with A-League club Central Coast as he bids to become a professional footballer.

England v India: Keaton Jennings fails to add to overnight score

Keaton Jennings falls for 13 early on day four as England attempt to chase an improbable 521 for victory over India in the third Test.

Jonathan Agnew reads emotional email about TMS fan's last hours

Test Match Special's Jonathan Agnew reads out an emotional letter about how a fan spent the final hours of his life listening to coverage of England vs India.

England v India: Virat Kohli hits century as Joe Root's men struggle on day three

England face a huge challenge to save the third Test after a century from India captain Virat Kohli on day three - the hosts need another 498 runs for an unlikely victory at Trent Bridge.

Crystal Palace 0-2 Liverpool: Roy Hodgson angered as 'potential good result taken from Palace'

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson says he "feels sorry" for his players after a "potential good result was taken from them" in a 2-0 defeat by Liverpool.

Crystal Palace 0-2 Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp says Reds can 'play better football'

Liverpool have the potential to "play even better football" despite beating Crystal Palace 2-0 at Selhurst Park, says manager Jurgen Klopp.

Anger, fear and ability - why Liverpool's Alexander-Arnold can back up the hype

Why is there such huge hype around Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold? What are his strengths and weaknesses - and how far can they take him?

US Open build-up: Murray set for Grand Slam comeback

Andy Murray is set to make his Grand Slam return at the US Open, where Novak Djokovic is the man to beat and Serena Williams continues her comeback.

From Nazi bans to Dragons delight - French rugby league's eventful existence

With Catalans Dragons set for a Challenge Cup final at Wembley, Dave Woods examines the history of French rugby league.

Ryder Cup 2018: Who will qualify for Europe and United States' teams?

The players in the automatic qualification places for Europe and the United States for the 2018 Ryder Cup - and the big names who need a wildcard.

Ian Burchnall: Ostersunds boss on succeeding Graham Potter and more

Meet Ian Burchnall, who could not get a job in English football but is now head coach at Ostersunds in the Swedish top flight.

From 'cool selfies' to breaking records - the British racer beating her hero

Six years ago, Kare Adenegan just wanted a "cool selfie" with Hannah Cockroft, now she is breaking her world records.

World sport: 10 photos we liked this week: 13-19 August

A selection of the most striking sports photographs from around the world this week.

Sport on the BBC: Best of this week's TV & radio coverage

This week's sport on the BBC includes England v India in the third Test, rugby league's Challenge Cup final at Wembley and the Belgian Grand Prix.

These two are in, but who else makes Garth Crooks' team of the week?

Who needs to go back to the drawing board? Who was 'frighteningly' poor? Find out in Garth Crooks' team of the week and pick your own.

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