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NEWS24 SPORT | England shuffle their aces for Proteas series

England opted to limit the workload of some of their World Cup winners when they announced the squads for one-day and T20 series in SA. | Damian's year to dazzle at Newlands?

The way seems clear for Damian Willemse to take full command of the Stormers' flyhalf channel in 2020, a kicking expert reckons. Rob Houwing reports. | Springbok Women's Sevens side thrashed by NZ in CT opener

The Springbok Women's Sevens side have lost in their opening Pool A encounter against New Zealand at Cape Town Stadium. | Smith blinder puts Australia on top in Perth

A catch by Steve Smith snared the wicket of Kane Williamson as Mitchell Starc tore through New Zealand on the second day of the first Test. | Kolisi dedicates Monaco award to World Cup-winning team-mates

Springbok captain Siya Kolisi dedicated his World Peace and Sport Champion for 2019 award to his World Cup-winning team-mates. | Ryder Cup winner Olesen pleads not guilty to sex assault

Ryder Cup star Thorbjorn Olesen pleaded not guilty to sexual assault and being drunk on an aircraft when he appeared at a London court. | Klopp agrees new deal with Liverpool until 2024

Jurgen Klopp has agreed a contract extension with Liverpool until 2024, the Premier League leaders announce. | Former skipper has high praise for current crop of Blitzboks

Ahead of the Cape Town Sevens, former Blitzboks captain Mpho Mbiyozo is impressed by the current team's efforts. | Hertha boss Klinsmann reminds Liverpool loanee of Klopp

Hertha Berlin's Jurgen Klinsmann reminds midfielder Marko Grujic, on loan from Liverpool, of Reds manager Jurgen Klopp. | Zondeki urges youngsters to make the most of Khaya Majola Week

Former Proteas bowler Monde Zondeki has encouraged the youngsters to seize the opportunity to perform during this year's Khaya Majola Cricket Week. | Bravo comes out of T20I retirement for West Indies

Former West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo has come out of retirement to make himself available for selection in the West Indies T20 side. | Tipsters: 'Pool to thump lowly Hornets ... again

Top-of-table Liverpool will trounce bottom outfit Watford on Saturday, say our panel with barely a second’s thought. | Coetzee faces juggling act in new Tennis SA job

Jeff Coetzee faces a “tricky” task juggling his Tennis SA job with that of coach of the world No 1-ranked doubles pair. Sy Lerman reports. | Rain forces suspension of play in historic Pakistan Test

Pakistan's first home Test in a decade was affected by bad weather forcing officials to suspend play on the third day of the contest against Sri Lanka. | New Lions recruit hits out at former employers, the Bulls

New Lions recruit Roelof Smit has taken a swipe at his former team, the Bulls. | Date confirmed for Anderson v Harris Soweto exhibition

Kevin Anderson will face off against fellow South African Lloyd Harris on February 2, 2020 at the national final of BNP Paribas RCS Rising Star Tennis in Soweto. | Somerset will not appeal points deduction for 'poor' pitch

Somerset announced they would not be appealing to dock them points for preparing a "poor" pitch for the County Championship decider. | PICTURE | Faf persuades 2 England stars to wear SA flag undies

Springbok scrumhalf Faf de Klerk has managed to persuade a star England duo to parade around in a pair of South Africa flag undies. | WP pay tribute to Fleck: 'A true son of Newlands'

Robbie Fleck was recognised at the WPRFU awards evening for his exceptional service to Western Province Rugby as both a player and a coach. | New Champions League format proposed

The European Clubs' Association has tabled a proposal to overhaul the Champions League format that would see the group stage transformed into a 32-team division.


Jurgen Klopp signs new Liverpool deal until 2024

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp signs a new deal with the club that will run until 2024.

Joe Root left out of England T20 squad for matches in South Africa

England Test captain Joe Root is left out of the squad for the three T20 internationals in South Africa.

Anthony Joshua: Tyson Fury or Deontay Wilder fight 'has to happen in 2020'

Unified world heavyweight champion champion Anthony Joshua says a fight with Tyson Fury or Deontay Wilder "has to happen in 2020".

Johnny Sexton: Ireland fly-half an injury doubt for Six Nations opener

Johnny Sexton is in a race to be fit for the start of Ireland's Six Nations campaign in February after injuring his knee.

Steven Gerrard: Rangers manager signs new deal until 2024

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard adds a further two years to his contract, keeping him at Ibrox until 2024.

Leicester City: James Maddison and James Justin take famous James quiz

Watch as Leicester City's James Maddison and James Justin take on Football Focus' Famous James Quiz.

BBC Sport advent calendar: Iceland celebrate in style after beating England at Euro 2016

Day 13 of BBC Sport's advent calendar looking back at the sporting decade features a unique celebration from one of Europe's smallest nations at Euro 2016.

Lamar Jackson helps Baltimore Ravens rout the New York Jets

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson throws five touchdowns for the third time this season to rout the New York Jets and break the single-season rushing record for a QB.

Jamie Vardy: Is Leicester City player the best striker in Europe?

Is Jamie Vardy the best striker in Europe? Is he better than ever? BBC Sport crunches the numbers.

Pep Guardiola: Man City manager denies exit clause allowing him to leave

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola denies he has a clause in contract that would allow him to leave the club at the end of the season.

Australia & New Zealand launch bid to host 2023 Women's World Cup

Australia and New Zealand launch joint bid to host the Women's World Cup in 2023, with the submission deadline on Friday.

Victoria Vincent: Ex-GB diver on mental health effects after career-ending eye injury

Former European junior diving champion Victoria Vincent on how early retirement affected her mental health.

Swansea bus crash: Olympic gold medallist Kevin Young injured

Olympic 400m hurdler Kevin Young says he suffered "broken ribs and head trauma"

Sports Personality of the Year: Unsung Hero nominee Peter Hill's story

BBC Sport Get Inspired Unsung Hero nominee Peter Hill talks about how sport helped him deal with the death of his friend.

Leicester’s 5,000-1 title or 'Agueroooo'? MOTDx team pick their moment of the decade

MOTDx's Jermaine Jenas, Reece Parkinson, Chelcee Grimes and Craig Mitch discuss their Premier League moments of the decade, and struggle to pick a winner from their final two.

Fifa Club World Cup: Xavi's Al-Sadd 3-1 Hienghene Sport

Al-Sadd, managed by former Spain and Barcelona midfielder Xavi, reach the second round of the Club World Cup with a 3-1 extra-time win over part-time Hienghene.

West Ham: 'My Scouse accent is terrible!' Michail Antonio & Ryan Fredericks' Honesty Cards

West Ham's Michail Antonio & Ryan Fredericks take on Football Focus' Honesty Cards, answering the big questions such as, who has the worst haircut in the dressing room?

'There's nothing like it' - Meet Saudi Arabia's first certified female boxing coach

Rasha Al Khamis speaks to BBC Sport about becoming Saudi Arabia's first certified female boxing coach.

Andy Murray on his rap song, James Bond & being a hardcore gamer

Andy Murray busts internet rumours in BBC Sport's Setting it Straight, including his "embarrassing" first email address and his short-lived rap career.

Al-Sadd's Baghdad Bounedjah scores opening goal of Club World Cup

Baghdad Bounedjah scores the opening goal of the 2019 Fifa Club World Cup for Qatari side Al-Sadd Sports Club - managed by Spain legend Xavi - against Hienghene Sport.

Peter Crouch launches the manifesto for his new podcast series

Peter Crouch launches the manifesto for his new podcast series but, when grilled by Question Time's Fiona Bruce, begins to wonder if he has made a terrible mistake.

BBC Sport advent calendar: England's John Terry tries to head the ball on the floor

Day 11 of BBC Sport's advent calendar looking back at the sporting decade features John Terry 'using his head' with England up against it in the 2010 World Cup.

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