Wayne Rooney: England manager Gareth Southgate backs 'influential' captain
England caretaker boss Gareth Southgate backs his "hugely influential" captain Wayne Rooney, despite a poor run of form.
Homophobia in sport: Most fans 'would welcome gay players' - BBC poll
A BBC Radio 5 live poll finds that 82% of sports fans in England, Wales and Scotland would welcome an openly gay player at their club.
Keegan Hirst: Being gay in rugby league
Britain's first openly gay rugby league player Keegan Hirst discusses fan reaction, rainbow laces and what life has been like since coming out in August 2015.
'Good to get back on a bike' - Wiggins begins final event in Britain
Sir Bradley Wiggins starts his final British event before retiring, and his first race since his use of a banned steroid was revealed.
James DeGale to take on Badou Jack in Las Vegas
Britain's James DeGale will take on Sweden's Badou Jack in Las Vegas on 14 January in a unification bout.
Guardiola still waiting for apology from Toure's agent
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola wants to recall midfielder Yaya Toure into his side but is still waiting for an apology from the player's agent.
India v England: Visitors named unchanged squad for series
England name an unchanged squad for next month's tour of India, where they will play five Tests in six weeks.
Sturridge stars as Liverpool knock out Spurs
Daniel Sturridge scores twice as Liverpool overcome Tottenham 2-1 at Anfield to reach the EFL Cup quarter-finals.
Hamilton end Aberdeen's unbeaten run
Aberdeen's seven-game unbeaten run comes to a halt as Hamilton earn a narrow win at New Douglas Park.
Josh Brown: New York Giants kicker is released over new domestic violence evidence
The New York Giants release kicker Josh Brown after new information relating to his arrest for domestic violence is made public.