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Sale suspend wing Arscott

Sale director of rugby Steve Diamond has confirmed Tom Arscott has been suspended for allegedly leaking information to Bristol in January.

Guardiola refuses to blame ref after Spurs draw

Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola refused to criticise the officials after his side were denied what appeared to be a clear penalty during their 2-2 draw with Tottenham on Saturday.

Toure: Sterling is too honest

Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure believes Raheem Sterling should have gone down in the box when he was pushed by Tottenham Hotspur's Kyle Walker on Saturday.

Arthur slams fielding effort

Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur has laid into his team's fielding effort after a shambolic display at the SCG allowed Australia to canter to a huge total.

Zlatan sings Rooney's praises

Manchester United star Zlatan Ibrahimovic was full of praise for captain Wayne Rooney after the striker broke the club's all-time goal scoring record on Saturday.

Routine win for Murray in Melbourne

Top seed Andy Murray breezed through to the third round of the Australian Open following an easy win on Wednesday.

Mathews leaves SA and returns to Sri Lanka

Sri Lankan captain Angelo Mathews has been given permission to return to the sub-continent after twisting his ankle in the second Twenty20 international against South Africa,

Super Clermont thrash Exeter to take top seed

Clermont produced an outstanding first half as they powered past Exeter Chiefs to secure a home quarter-final with a 48-26 victory.

Warner and Khawaja rested ahead of India tour

Ahead of next month's tour of India, Australia have decided to rest key batsmen David Warner and Usman Khawaja as the duo will not take part in the Chappell-Hadlee series against New Zealand.

Bottas expects 'no issues' with Hamilton

New Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas expects to have "no issues" with team-mate Lewis Hamilton after stepping into the hottest seat in Formula One.

Jones to captain Wales

Second-row Alun-Wyn Jones will lead Wales in this year's Six Nations Championship, with long-time skipper Sam Warburton stepping aside.
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