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  • Leicester beat Manchester City 3-1

    A review of Saturday's action in the Barclays Premier League, including leaders Leicester's 3-1 victory at Manchester City.

    Posted in Football. Saturday February 6 2016, 17:21 GMT
    Robert Huth was Leicester's two-goal hero at Manchester City
  • Foxes favourites for first time

    Leicester are 15/8 favourites for the title with Sky Bet after a 3-1 win at Manchester City - a result which scooped one punter £10,000!

    Posted in Football. Saturday February 6 2016, 17:58 GMT
    Robert Huth celebrates scoring in Leicester's victory
  • Ranieri enjoying 'crazy league'

    Claudio Ranieri has refused to accept Leicester are now title favourites after their sensational 3-1 win at Manchester City.

    Posted in Football. Saturday February 6 2016, 16:53 GMT
    Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri is all smiles
  • Lough strikes Gold again

    Carlingford Lough won the Irish Gold Cup for the second year running after leader Valseur Lido fell at the last.

    Posted in Racing. Saturday February 6 2016, 18:07 GMT
    Carlingford Lough won the Irish Gold Cup for the second year running
  • Outlander shines in Flogas

    Outlander gave Willie Mullins a Grade One hat-trick at Leopardstown when winning the Flogas Novice Chase on Saturday.

    Posted in Racing. Saturday February 6 2016, 15:22 GMT
    Outlander wins at Leopardstown
  • Bleu sinks Deloitte hotpots

    Bleu Et Rouge saw off the game challenge of Tombstone to land the Grade One Deloitte Novice Hurdle at Leopardstown.

    Posted in Racing. Saturday February 6 2016, 14:42 GMT
    Eventual winner Bleu Et Rouge ridden by Barry Geraghty (left) jumps the second last ahead of Bellshill
  • Triumph betting blown apart

    The Triumph betting was left in chaos after Ivanovich Gorbatov could only manage fourth behind Footpad at Leopardstown.

    Posted in Racing. Saturday February 6 2016, 13:36 GMT
    Footpad wins Spring Juvenile Hurdle
  • Bristol De Mai makes all

    Daryl Jacob's day took a turn for the better when Bristol De Mai made all to win the Betfred TV Scilly Isles Novices' Chase.

    Posted in Racing. Saturday February 6 2016, 15:04 GMT
    Daryl Jacob and Bristol De Mai are at their most photogenic as they come home clear to win the Scilly Isles Novices' Chase.
  • Peace and Co flops again

    Last year's Triumph Hurdle hero Peace And Co once again failed to sparkle as Connetable took the Contenders Hurdle at Sandown.

    Posted in Racing. Saturday February 6 2016, 14:40 GMT
    Connetable clears the last ahead of Rayvin Black and Peace And Co to win the Betfred Racing 'Follow Us On Twitter' Contenders Hurdle.
  • Scotland v England LIVE!

    Live Six Nations updates as Eddie Jones' England travel to Murrayfield to face Scotland.

    Posted in Rugby Union. Saturday February 6 2016, 17:18 GMT
  • Hales & Buttler star for England

    England beat South Africa by five wickets in Port Elizabeth and lead the five-match one-day international series 2-0.

    Posted in Cricket. Saturday February 6 2016, 16:03 GMT
    Alex Hales of England bats during the second ODI
  • Tight at top of Championship

    A review of Saturday's action in the Sky Bet Championship with only one point now separating the top three teams.

    Posted in Football. Saturday February 6 2016, 18:08 GMT
    Jordan Rhodes and Middlesbrough drew 1-1 with Blackburn
  • Quins, Tigers lose home records

    A review of Saturday's action in the Aviva Premiership as both Harlequins and Leicester suffered home defeats.

    Posted in Rugby Union. Saturday February 6 2016, 18:04 GMT
    Ben Foden (l) celebrates his winning try
  • Fightback spares France blushes

    France had to come from behind to beat Italy 23-21 in the opening match of the Six Nations.

    Posted in Rugby Union. Saturday February 6 2016, 17:24 GMT
    France's centre Jonathan Danty is tackled
  • Aberdeen hold on for victory

    Aberdeen beat St Johnstone 4-3 to pull level with Celtic at the top of the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership.

    Posted in Football. Saturday February 6 2016, 17:42 GMT
    Aberdeen's Adam Rooney opens the scoring
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