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  • Toormore Guineas dream alive

    Toormore maintained his unbeaten record with a pillar-to-post victory in the Craven Stakes at Newmarket.

    Posted in Racing. Thursday April 17 2014, 17:26 BST
    Toormore: Remains easy to back for the Guineas
  • Weekend punting pack

    Ahead of the Easter Bank Holiday weekend, we've got all the sporting betting angles covered for you.

    Posted in Other Sports. Thursday April 17 2014, 16:38 BST
    Title-chasing Chelsea are in action in the Premier League on Saturday
  • Rodgers feels no pressure

    Brendan Rodgers insists there is no extra pressure on Liverpool as clear Premier League title favourites.

    Posted in Football. Thursday April 17 2014, 16:08 BST
    Rodgers: Liverpool will keep pushing on towards the title
  • Suarez urges fans to be calm

    Luis Suarez has told Liverpool fans to stay calm as the club attempts to win its first top-flight title in 24 years.

    Posted in Football. Thursday April 17 2014, 13:09 BST
    Luis Suarez: Has scored 29 league goals for Liverpool this season
  • Alex Hammond: Capable Cat

    Alex Hammond looks ahead to a long weekend of racing, including the All-Weather Championships Finals Day at Lingfield.

    Posted in Racing. Thursday April 17 2014, 18:24 BST
    Don Cossack: Can land the Powers Gold Cup
  • Robson to miss Wimbledon

    Laura Robson will miss the French Open and Wimbledon after deciding to have minor wrist surgery.

    Posted in Tennis. Thursday April 17 2014, 19:09 BST
    Laura Robson: Has been forced to have wrist surgery
  • Rovers to rule in Hull derby

    Ian Millward previews this evening's action in the Super League including a fascinating Hull derby.

    Posted in Rugby League. Thursday April 17 2014, 15:03 BST
    Jamie Peacock: Rested by Leeds on Good Friday
  • Hamza not for stopping

    Hamza made every yard of the running to win the Connaught Access Flooring Abernant Stakes at Newmarket on Thursday.

    Posted in Racing. Thursday April 17 2014, 16:02 BST
    Hamza (left) held the runner-up at bay
  • Killough claims Sefton repeat

    Mull Of Killough repeated his victory of 12 months ago in the Weatherbys Hamilton Insurance Earl Of Sefton Stakes.

    Posted in Racing. Thursday April 17 2014, 17:00 BST
    Mull Of Killough bounded away to repeat last year's triumph
  • Richard Fahey: Burton hopes

    Richard Fahey's horse-by-horse guide to his runners on Good Friday and Saturday.

    Posted in Racing. Thursday April 17 2014, 15:06 BST
    Burtonwood: Out to open his account at Nottingham (copyright Sal Smithson www.richardfahey.com)
  • O'Sullivan opens against Hull

    Five-time champion Ronnie O'Sullivan plays Robin Hull in the first round of the World Championship at the Crucible.

    Posted in Snooker. Thursday April 17 2014, 15:53 BST
    Ronnie O'Sullivan: Five-time world champion to play Robin Hull
  • Fernandinho rues dropped points

    Fernandinho says Manchester City suffered "a complete disaster" after being held at home by bottom club Sunderland.

    Posted in Football. Thursday April 17 2014, 14:03 BST
    Fernandinho: Dropped vital points at home to Sunderland
  • Ed Chamberlin: Surprises in store

    Sky Sports host Ed Chamberlin looks back on a pivotal week in the Premier League title race but expects more twists to come.

    Posted in Football. Thursday April 17 2014, 10:26 BST
    Ed Chamberlin: Feels Norwich can make life tough for Liverpool
  • Nil points for Sunderland

    Ben Coley previews Saturday's action in the Premier League and is banking on Chelsea keeping another clean sheet.

    Posted in Football. Thursday April 17 2014, 16:19 BST
    Chelsea should be celebrating another home win
  • Wenger: No complacency

    Arsene Wenger insists there can be no complacency from Arsenal if they are to secure a top-four finish.

    Posted in Football. Thursday April 17 2014, 12:02 BST
    Wenger: Chase back on for a top-four place in the Premier League
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