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NEWS24 SPORT | Cape Cobras welcome Duminy's return

The Cape Cobras have welcomed the return of Proteas star JP Duminy into their squad for upcoming T20 Challenge matches. | Blitzboks skipper thanks fans for support

Blitzboks skipper Philip Snyman has thanked fans for their support after his side won last week’s Dubai Sevens. | Brazil firm reveals World Cup stadium cartel

A construction firm has admitted that a "cartel" of firms fixed bidding for contracts to do work on stadiums for the 2014 Soccer World Cup. | Wilkinson impressed with England under Eddie

Jonny Wilkinson says the current England team have the potential to become just as good as the class of 2003. | United begin FA Cup defence at Reading

Manchester United will begin their defence of the FA Cup against second-tier Reading, managed by former United defender Jaap Stam | Everton hit by Bolasie knee injury

Everton's stuttering Premier League campaign suffered a blow as they revealed exciting wing Yannick Bolasie is to undergo surgery. | Blatter suffers one last defeat over FIFA misconduct

Sport's highest court has rejected the appeal of former FIFA president Sepp Blatter against a six year ban signalling the end of his efforts to clear his name. | McLaren laugh off Alonso exit rumours

McLaren insist Fernando Alonso is under contract and will not be leaving to join Mercedes any time soon. | Clermont sign Hurricanes' 'Tongan Bear'

Tongan prop Loni Uhila will join Clermont from next season, with an option for a further two, the French Top 14 giants have revealed. | Penalty! Read now ...

The internet is a tangled 'web' and stories can pass you by in seconds. Here are 10 soccer articles you may have missed on Monday, November 5. | England bid to keep India series alive

England are bidding to keep the India series alive with victory in this week's fourth Test in Mumbai. | Prince hails clinical Cobras performance | Foreign coach could still transform Boks

A foreign coach would still be able to facilitate the continued transformation of the Springboks, writes Lloyd Burnard. | Ramirez punishes former club Hull

Middlesbough's Uruguayan international Gaston Ramirez scored against one of his former clubs Hull to secure his present team a crucial 1-0 win. | Baroka 'keeper steals headlines as Banyana falter

In a week that saw Banyana Banyana lose to Nigeria for the umpteenth time, headlines came from the most unlikely source, writes S’Busiso Mseleku | Zlatan: I know how to kick someone in the head

Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic says Seamus Coleman would have left the field unconscious if he had kicked him deliberately on Sunday. | Woodward: England had better team in 2003

Clive Woodward has outlined three reasons why he thinks his 2003 World Cup winning England team were better than the current side. | Chapecoense given Copa Sudamericana title

The Brazilian club Chapecoense, which lost most of its players in an air crash last week, has been awarded the Copa Sudamericana Championship. | Red Bull drivers 'on long-term contracts'

Despite Mercedes' banter with Max Verstappen in the wake of Nico Rosberg's retirement, Red Bull have made it clear that their drivers are not up for grabs. | Woods targeting full 2017 schedule

After marking his return to golf at the Hero World Challenge this weekend, Tiger Woods is hoping to play a full schedule next year.


Newport or Plymouth get Liverpool trip in FA Cup. Who will your team face?

League Two Newport County or Plymouth will visit Premier League Liverpool in the FA Cup third round, while West Ham host Manchester City.

Bayliss expects Cook to captain England in Ashes

England coach Trevor Bayliss expects Alastair Cook to remain as Test captain for the 2017-18 Ashes series in Australia.

Football child sex abuse claims - the story so far

How the football child sex abuse scandal has grown since former player Andy Woodward first said he was a victim.

Chapecoense awarded cup after plane crash

Brazilian club Chapecoense, who lost 19 players and staff in an air crash en route to the Copa Sudamericana final, are awarded the trophy.

Watch: Flukes, faces and flies - UK Championship funny moments

Watch the funniest moments from the 2016 UK Championship, including some outrageous flukes and some entertaining faces.

Rare Boro win leaves Hull stuck in relegation zone

A Gaston Ramirez header gives Middlesbrough only a second win since August and leaves Hull still in the Premier League relegation zone.

Olympic gold medallist Jones wins Wales 2016 Sport award

Wales' Rio Olympic taekwondo gold medallist Jade Jones is named 2016 BBC Cymru Wales Sports Personality of the Year.

Watch: Advent calendar - 'The widest wide I've ever seen'

Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Irfan bowls "the widest wide" Test Match Special commentator Simon Mann has ever seen.

England spinner Hazell joins Stars for Women's Big Bash

England women's spinner Danielle Hazell signs for Melbourne Stars for the Women's Big Bash League starting on Saturday.

Watch: Non-league Lincoln stun Oldham in FA Cup

National League side Lincoln hold on to shock League One strugglers Oldham 3-2 and reach the third round of the FA Cup for the first time since 2010.

Morgan & Hales back for England after missing Bangladesh tour

Eoin Morgan and Alex Hales are named in England's ODI and T20 squads to face India, but Ben Duckett, James Vince and Steven Finn are dropped.

Watch: Who will replace Rosberg at Mercedes?

BBC Sport looks at some of the contenders in line to replace world champion Nico Rosberg at Mercedes for 2017.

Nick Matthew beats James Willstrop to win British Grand Prix title

Three-time world squash champion Nick Matthew lifts his first title in 18 months at the British Grand Prix.

Watch: The incredible career of record-breaker Brady

BBC Sport takes a look back at some of the high points of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's career after he set a new NFL record with his 201st win.

Rosberg retirement brave but understandable - McNish

Having devoted his life to motorsport, it was understandable Nico Rosberg quit at the top, says BBC F1 analyst Allan McNish.

Ian Cathro: Hearts announce new head coach

Ian Cathro is the new head coach at Hearts, signing a three-and-a-half-year deal after leaving Newcastle.

Champion Selby wants to 'shut the critics up'

Mark Selby hopes to "shut the critics up" after beating Ronnie O'Sullivan in a high-quality UK Championship final.

Get BBC Sport News Alerts in the app

Want to know the moment a big story breaks - now you can by adding BBC Sport News Alerts in the app.

Jade Jones: Olympic taekwondo gold medallist on winning Wales Sports Personality

Olympic taekwondo gold medallist Jade Jones describes winning BBC Cymru Wales Sports Personality 2016 as "amazing".

Middlesbrough 1-0 Hull City: Aitor Karanka pleased with 'deserved' win

Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka says he is pleased with his side's "deserved" 1-0 win at home against Hull City.

UK Championship 2016: Mark Selby beats Ronnie O'Sullivan in final - highlights

Watch highlights of Mark Selby's brilliant 10-7 win over Ronnie O'Sullivan in the 2016 UK Championship final.

FA Cup third round: Will there be a shock in the third round?

Managers and players from Barrow, Rochdale, Halifax Town, Stourbridge and Sutton United react to the FA Cup third-round draw.

Middlesbrough 1-0 Hull City: Ridiculous goal cost us - Mike Phelan

Hull City manager Mike Phelan says he is disappointed his side conceded a "ridiculous goal" in their 1-0 defeat away against Middlesbrough.

UK Championship 2016: Watch the best shots from York

Ronnie O'Sullivan, John Higgins and Mark Selby feature in the best shots of the 2016 UK Championship.

Man Utd: Was Jose Mourinho right to bring on Marouane Fellaini?

Match of the Day 2 presenter Mark Chapman asks Troy Deeney and Jermaine Jenas whether Jose Mourinho made a mistake bringing on Marouane Fellaini at Everton.

Long way to go before England are number one - Guscott

Jeremy Guscott on England's mental toughness, their strength in depth, whether they would beat New Zealand "tomorrow", and his Lions team.

MOTD2 analysis: What has gone wrong at Leicester?

After Leicester lose again, Watford striker Troy Deeney explains why the defending champions are struggling at the wrong end of the table.

Who channelled Barcelona to make Garth's team of the week? And pick your own

Who does Garth think scored a goal Barcelona would be proud of? Find out in his team of the week, then pick your own.

'His eyes usually laughed - this time they were angry' - Parkinson on Ali

"He'd do you up like a kipper, completely overwhelm you." Sir Michael Parkinson recalls his famous interviews with legendary boxer Muhammad Ali.

Mourinho woe, comebacks and bad champions: The weekend in stats

Jose Mourinho's decline, Christian Benteke's link with John Spencer and Leicester - the worst champions ever? It's BBC Sport's statty look at the weekend.

McGregor revels as king of alternative sporting stratosphere

Conor McGregor parades his status as king of the alternative sporting stratosphere with the swagger of a prohibition era gangster, says BBC Sport NI's Mark Sidebottom.

Sport on the BBC: The best of this week's action

This week's sport on the BBC includes England's fourth Test with India, Champions League football and European Cup rugby.

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