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NEWS24 SPORT | De Allende's form a good sign for Stormers, Boks

Damian de Allende has had a difficult couple of years on the rugby field, but he is starting to move in the right direction again. | Rabada odds-on to miss Newlands Test

Don't expect to see Kagiso Rabada steaming in to terrorise the Australians at Newlands, if local bookmakers are correct... | Watson 1st casualty for England's SA tour

England wing Anthony Watson has been ruled out of England's June tour of South Africa after tearing his Achilles. | Elgar: Fans are missing a fantastic series!

Proteas opener Dean Elgar says that cricket fans who are focused on the off-field issues are missing a fantastic Test series against Australia. | Sharks land Japanese ref in Melbourne

The Sharks will have their crucial Super Rugby clash against the Rebels in Melbourne officiated by Japan's Shuhei Kubo. | Spieth, Reed draw same WGC Match Play group

Texas native Jordan Spieth will find a familiar face waiting for him in round-robin play at the WGC Match Play Championship in Texas this week. | Lack of goals has hindered Chiefs, says Komphela

Steve Komphela believes his side's inability to score goals is the reason behind Kaizer Chiefs drawing 12 Absa Premiership matches. | Guptill on standby for England Test

NZ will give big-hitting batsman Martin Guptill another chance if Ross Taylor is unfit for the first Test against England this week. | McIlroy: Win big boost ahead of Augusta

Rory McIlroy said his confidence is soaring ahead of next month's Masters following his win at last weekend's Arnold Palmer Invitational. | Blake urges seeding rethink after Serena draw

Miami Open tournament director James Blake has urged tennis chiefs to rethink seeding rules after was handed a tough draw at this week's event in Florida. | Pieter-Steph gives reminder of No 7 ability

Pieter-Steph du Toit may be seen as a lock, but another strong performance at No 7 has given the Stormers something to think about. | Proteas blanking out 'needle' before Australia third Test

South Africa are trying to tune out the noise behind the scenes of a bad-tempered series against Australia and focus on the third Test says Dean Elgar. | WATCH: World Rugby reacts after players attack ref

World Rugby is looking into the appointment of a Romanian referee for a crucial 2019 Rugby World Cup qualifier between Spain and Belgium. | Pogba can't be happy at United - Deschamps

France coach Didier Deschamps said that Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba "can't be happy" with his current situation at Old Trafford. | Furious Shaw contemplating United future

Luke Shaw is set to re-evaluate his future at Old Trafford in the off-season after coming in for renewed criticism from Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho. | WRAP: Varsity Cup - Round 8

A wrap of all the Varsity Cup Round 8 matches played on Monday, March 19. | Wits confirm Gamal departure

Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt has confirmed that on-loan striker Amr Gamal has left the club to join Finnish champions HJK Helsinki. | Former Bok coach Meyer silent on move to Stade Francais

Former Springboks coach Heyneke Meyer remained silent amid reports that he will become director of rugby at Stade Francais. | Blitzboks prepare for dual task

The Blitzboks are preparing for two huge challenges next month - the Hong Kong Sevens and the Commonwealth Games. | CT City denies Benni tunnel slap

Cape Town City have denied that head coach Benni McCarthy slapped the technical director of Costa do Sol during a tunnel bust-up.


'He was regarded as a genius - now rattled Mourinho looks outdated'

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is "looking outdated" and his personality has changed, says ex-Chelsea striker Chris Sutton.

'It's almost time for them to rip it up and start again' - Guscott on where England go next

England have been rocked to the core and must use the summer tour to South Africa to rebuild their confidence, says Lions great Jeremy Guscott.

Serena Williams: Miami Open tournament director says seeding rules should change

Seeding rules are a "kind of punishment" for players after maternity leave and "should be changed", says the Miami Open tournament director.

Pogba can't be happy at Man Utd - France manager Deschamps

France coach Didier Deschamps says Paul Pogba "can't be happy" finding himself out of favour at Manchester United.

World Rugby to look at Spain's World Cup qualifying defeat by Belgium

World Rugby said it will investigate the "context of events" around Belgium's controversial win over Spain in a 2019 Rugby World Cup qualifier.

Fiorentina rename training ground after late captain Astori

Fiorentina will rename their training ground after former captain Davide Astori, who suddenly passed away aged 31 earlier this month.

BBC Sport gives more details on plan to broadcast 1,000 extra hours of live sport a year

The BBC is announcing further details of its plans to stream 1,000 extra hours of live sport a year.

England back Watson 'out for six months' with Achilles injury

England and Bath back Anthony Watson will miss the remainder of the season with an Achilles injury.

Sport Relief 2018: Andy Murray's rude awakening

Sir Andy Murray receives a rude awakening from comedian Michael McIntyre for Sport Relief 2018.

FA Cup Stories: How Wigan fans watched quarter-final with Southampton

BBC Sport follows Wigan fans as they look for another famous FA Cup giant-killing in their quarter-final against Southampton.

Crolla to fight on Joshua v Parker undercard

Anthony Crolla will face Mexico's Edson Ramirez on the undercard of Anthony Joshua's heavyweight title fight against Joseph Parker on 31 March.

Mercedes boss Wolff predicts three-way fight for F1 title

Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff says he expects the new season to be a "three-way fight" with his team, Ferrari and Red Bull.

Ten from Ireland - but how many Englishmen? Rugby Union Weekly's team of the Six Nations

Who made a "brilliant breakthrough"? Who was a "force of nature"? Here is Rugby Union Weekly's team of the tournament for the 2018 Six Nations.

LeBron James' 'tomahawk slam' leads NBA plays of the week

LeBron James' "tomahawk slam" is the stand-out effort in the NBA's plays of the week.

Ding and Murphy into Players Championship quarter-finals

Ding Junhui and Shaun Murphy progress to the quarter-finals of the Players Championship in Llandudno.

West Indies beat Zimbabwe to close in on World Cup place

West Indies move to the brink of qualification for the 2019 World Cup with a narrow four-wicket victory over Zimbabwe in Harare.

'People might stop asking me when I'm going to retire' - Davies records best finish in a decade

England's Laura Davies says she hopes people will stop asking her about retirement plans following a second-place LPGA Tour finish.

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With latest scores and headlines sent straight to your device, personalisation and much more, ensure you have a great sporting life with BBC Sport.

Badminton: Watch 'unbelievable' 102-shot rally

Watch a brilliant rally between Japan's Yuki Fukushima and Sayaka Hirota and Denmark duo Kamilla Rytter Juhl and Christinna Pedersen at the All England Badminton Championships.

A-League: Melbourne Victory player fixes broken net with tape

Melbourne Victory player Kosta Barbarouses climbs up to fix a broken net with sticky tape after it becomes detached during the team's 5-2 win over Central Coast Mariners.

FA Cup: Leicester 1-2 Chelsea (aet) highlights

Chelsea substitute Pedro heads an extra-time winner to see off Leicester City and put the visitors into their second successive FA Cup semi-final under manager Antonio Conte.

FA Cup Highlights: Wigan 0-2 Southampton

Southampton reach the FA Cup semi-finals with victory over League One promotion contenders Wigan in Mark Hughes' first game in charge.

Six Nations Shuffle: Celebrations for Ireland, aerial ping pong & a crocodile roll

Watch the quirkier moments from the final weekend of the Six Nations, featuring celebrations for Ireland, aerial ping pong, a steamy Alun Wyn Jones and a crocodile roll.

Women's Six Nations: Italy defeat Scotland in muddy conditions

Watch Beatric Rigoni score Italy's bonus-point try in their hard-fought victory over Scotland in the final match of the Women's Six Nations.

Six Nations - 2018's best tries

Watch 10 of the best tries from the 2018 Six Nations including efforts from George North, Teddy Thomas, Huw Jones and Jacob Stockdale.

'Amid chaos at Blackpool, the brilliant youth team are caught in the crossfire'

Amid unrest at the club's owners, Blackpool are aiming to be the first third-tier side to reach the FA Youth Cup final in 30 years.

Pedro, snow surfing and basketball madness - 10 photos we liked this week

A selection of some of the best sport photographs taken around the world this week.

Garth's Team of the Week - who turns all he touches to gold, and who erupted spectacularly?

Which player's touch turns everything to gold? And who erupted like Mount Vesuvius? Find out in Garth Crooks' team of the week and pick your own selection.

Speeds of 70mph with 5% vision - the skiers who won all of GB's medals

King Kong, butterflies and sing songs - how Menna Fitzpatrick and Millie Knight won all seven of ParalympicsGB's medals in Pyeongchang.

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

This week's sport on the BBC includes New Zealand v England in the first Test, Gymnastics World Cup and the Boat Race between Oxford and Cambridge.

A historic Formula 1 season set to begin down under

A city pulsating with sporting endeavour raises the curtain on F1 2018 - and could kick-start history for Lewis Hamilton or Sebastian Vettel.

2018 Gymnastics World Cup: BBC TV & online coverage times

Watch live coverage of 2018 Gymnastics World Cup from Birmingham’s Arena across the BBC Red Button, BBC One and the BBC Sport website.

2018 Oxford v Cambridge Boat Race: BBC TV & online coverage times

Details of BBC Sport's live TV and online coverage of the 2018 Boat Race between Oxford University and Cambridge University on the River Thames.

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