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- British Olympic high jump silver medallist Germaine Mason dies
- Tottenham coach Ugo Ehiogu taken to hospital
- FA Cup/Premier League news conferences
- Andy Murray out of the Monte Carlo Masters
- PFA teams of the year named
- GET INVOLVED: Serena Williams pregnant v You #bbcsportsday
We were in Lions overload yesterday for the quad announcement and former Scotland international Andy Nicol was a 5 live guest this morning to discuss the squad, which features only two players from north of the border.
"Scotland haven't had a Test Lion since 2001 - Tom Smith. Stuart Hogg at the moment I think would be in the Test team if the game was on Saturday. I think most people would say that. He was outstanding in the Six Nations, player of the tournament.
"When it comes down to the final cut for the first XV there will be a Scot in it and Tommy Seymour could easily get on the wing as well. He's a proven try scorer, solid under the high ball defensively. The wing position, there's not a huge number of standout players, so Tommy could easily play himself into that."
"We can confirm that Ugo Ehiogu is currently in hospital after collapsing at our Training Centre earlier today," Tottenham said.
"Our Under-23's coach received immediate treatment on site from our medical staff before being transferred to hospital by ambulance.
"Everyone at the club sends their best wishes to Ugo and his family. We shall continue to provide updates when we have further information."
Ehiogu, who played for Aston Villa and Middlesbrough and was capped by England four times, has been on the coaching staff at Spurs since 2014.
The Toffees could go fifth in the Premier League with victory over West Ham.
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Very happy to be here and excited for the London Marathon this Sunday, says London 2012 10,000 gold medallist Tirunesh Dibaba of Ethiopia.
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The 44-year-old is currently a coach for Spurs' under-23 team.
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The 8-1 shot Eminent, a son of champion racehorse turned stallion Frankel, has won the Craven Stakes at Newmarket.
The Martyn Meade-trained colt, ridden by champion jockey Jim Crowley, beat Rivet to rise up the reckoning for the 2000 Guineas, the first Classic of the flat racing season, on 6 May. Eminent is now fourth favourite.
Former world champion Neil Robertson has completed a 10-4 victory over Noppon Saengkham of Thailand.
More from Swansea boss Paul Clement now, whose team have had five defeats and a draw in their last six games, and are two points behind 17th-placed Hull.
With five matches remaining, Clement said: "We're going to need three wins and maybe another point as well."
The 27-year-old midfielder suffered media ligament damage training with Hull last week - he is obviously out for the season - but appears to be in good spirits.
You are probably aware of the news that British Formula 4 driver Billy Monger, 17, had both of his legs amputated following his crash during Sunday's race at Donington Park.
The venue has released a statement:
"Donington Park circuit is working with the UK and international governing bodies of motor sport in order to ensure that every aspect of Billy Monger’s accident here on Sunday April 16th is fully examined.
At this difficult time, Donington Park encourages the media and the wider community to respect the wishes of the Monger family for privacy, while they are staying with Billy and his expert doctors in hospital.
We can all see and endorse the global support Billy is receiving from the world of motor sport, and we all pray for the best possible outcome for him."
Is Mauricio Pochettino going in for the mind games ahead of Saturday's semi-final? The Tottenham suggests Chelsea might start favourites for the Wembley showdown, even though they have lost two of their last four league games, while Spurs have won their last eight matches.
Spurs also beat Chelsea 2-0 in January but last won the FA Cup in 1991 and in the 16 years since Chelsea have won 17 major trophies.
"If there is one favourite it's more Chelsea because they are on the top of the table in the Premier League and (with) the experienced players they have, and the manager that they have," Pochettino insists.
"I think it's a more experienced team than us. But we're in a good moment too, a hungry team. To challenge now this type of club, of team, is a very important thing for Tottenham."
This afternoon at the Crucible we have two former world champions in action. Neil Robertson needs only one more frame to beat Noppon Saengkham and you can watch that match here.
Stuart Bingham, the 2015 champion, has lost the first four frames against Kyren Wilson and that match continues here.
Tonight two more ex-world champions take to the stage - an eagerly awaited contest between Shaun Murphy and the Rocket, Ronnie O'Sullivan.
Tonight it's the Europa League at Old Trafford, just across from here at Media City and Manchester United's opponents Anderlecht warmed up with a light workout in a city centre park.
The Belgian side, who are level at 1-1 with Jose Mourinho's men following the first leg, were filmed in Castlefield Urban Heritage Park, just off Liverpool Road.
There is live commentary of the match in 5 live Sport tonight from 19:00 BST. Senior football reporter Ian Dennis will be in the com box with Robbie Savage.
1912: The Boston Red Sox opened Fenway Park, which is now the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball.
Commonwealth Games gold medallist Anthony Fowler, cousin of former Liverpool and England striker Robbie, will make his professional debut on the Kell Brook-Errol Spence undercard at Bramall Lane on 27 May.
The 26-year-old won the middleweight division in Glasgow three years ago but was knocked out in the early stages at the Rio Olympics 2016.
"As long as I keep my head down and live the life, I don't see any reason why I won't become a world champion," he declared. You heard it here.
More from Toffees boss Ronald Koeman, who believes the Merseysiders can finish in the top-five this term. His team have won four of their last six games and are on the same points total as Arsenal, albeit having played two games more.
Everton travel to the Gunners on the final day of the season and Koeman said of a top-five place: "That’s our target. If we’re still in the mix when we play Arsenal at the end of the season it'll be really nice."
Let's get some thoughts from Everton boss Ronald Koeman. Asked whether a £100m price tag had been placed on Romelu Lukaku (not literally on him), the Premier League's top scorer with 24 goals thus far this term, Koeman insists: "I’m not involved in that business. He has a two-year contract. If someone’s interested they’ll call the club."
The latest edition of Stumped on the BBC World Service on Saturday from 03:30 BST features interviews with Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq and record run scorer Younis Khan ahead of their final Test series before retirement, against the West Indies tomorrow.
We've had Hanson's MMMBop for Kylian Mbappe, how about Olivia Newton-John's timeless classic Xanadu for Mamadou Sakho? Anyway, the big defender is on loan from Liverpool and is ineligible for this weekend's trip to Anfield but Palace have won five of their last seven and big Sam Allardyce says "he has been one of the main reasons for our run."
Asked about a permanent move for the 27-year-old France international the big boss adds: "Our first priority is staying up. Would we look at Mamadou Sakho? yes, would we talk about it now? no. When we are safe we can talk about it then and maybe some other players."
Here's Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino on Saturday's semi-final against the Premier League leaders, which is live on BBC One and BBC Radio 5 live:
"In the Premier League and the FA Cup we have a chance to fight for big things.
"It's important for us to enjoy the game. We play with our philosophy. We've learnt and grown up. It's impossible to compare Tottenham and Chelsea."
Here's the gaffer on reports that defender Toby Alderweireld will not sign a new deal and instead join Inter Milan:
"All the players today have contracts for the next two or three years minimum and we're not worried."
Middlesbrough travel to the south coast this weekend one place off the bottom of the table, six points behind 17th-placed Hull, but coach Steve Agnew says there was enough in the narrow 2-1 defeat against Arsenal on Monday to show his team can survive the drop.
"Of course," he insists. "I was really really pleased with the intensity. We remain confident going into the game at Bournemouth."
Shilen Rajani: Serena won the Aus Open when pregnant and I can't be bothered to walk from one end of the office floor to the other
Olympic silver medallist Siobhan-Marie O’Connor has qualified quickest for Thursday's 50m freestyle final at the British Swimming Championships in Sheffield.
Fellow Olympians, Duncan Scott and Max Litchfield, are fastest through in the men’s 100m freestyle and 400m individual medley finals, respectively.
And after claiming the 50m butterfly title on Wednesday, Charlotte Atkinson goes into Thursday's 200m fly final in first place.
Swansea have lost five of their last six league games and are without a win since 4 March. The Swans are in the drop zone, two points behind 17th-placed Hull and there have been some strong pre-match words from boss Paul Clement today.
"Five games left, three at home, all the games are difficult and the fact Hull are at home to Watford, we have to win," he insists.
"The players haven't responded particularly well over the last five or six games when the pressure has been there but we have to play under this pressure because if we keep performing the way we are the last few games will be for nothing."
Gregory P: Serena Williams won the Aus Open when she was pregnant, but Andy Murray can't win a match from 4-0 up [in the final set]
Manager Sam Allardyce: "Striker Loic Remy and defender James Tomkins are back in the squad. Good to see with such a congested week coming along. We'll need it over the seven days.
"Obviously Mamadou Sakho can't play, so it's important that James is back. James McArthur's back and so is Patrick van Aanholt."
On Sunday's match: "If we're as clinical as we were against Arsenal & Chelsea, and don't make basic mistakes like against Leicester - we have a chance."
Former Masters champion Bubba Watson leads the European Tour's Shenzhen International in China, but play was suspended due to darkness with 54 players still to finish their rounds at the Genzon Golf Club, following an earlier two-hour suspension because of storms.
The American had a birdie and eagle in his first two holes and leads by one at six under, with Englishman Tommy Fleetwood in a share of 11th three shots back.
Mike T: Serena Williams was pregnant when she won the Australian Open and I can't even be bothered to finish this senten...
Not a bad effort though Mike
It might have escaped your notice (probably didn't) that multiple Grand Slam winner Serena Williams is 20 weeks pregnant - she announced the news on Snapchat.
What's remarkable is that the 35-year-old appeared to have won January's Australian Open when she was pregnant.
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'Serena Williams won the Aus Open when she was pregnant, but I can't...'
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Taryn Finley: Serena Williams was pregnant when she won the Australia Open in Jan, but I cant even get out of bed when I'm on my period.
Raun Anand: Serena Williams won a Grand Slam whilst pregnant and I have trouble reaching for the remote after a McSpicy.
Alison Hennessey: She won the Australian Open while 8 weeks pregnant. And I complain about a dynamic yoga class..
Lisa: Serena Williams was pregnant when she won the Australian Open and I struggle to walk upstairs after a big lunch.
Brighton will have an open-top bus parade along the seafront on 14 May to celebrate their promotion to the Premier League.
Staying with tennis and Russian Maria Sharapova will find out on 15 May whether she can compete at the French Open after her drugs ban, French tennis officials said.
They added that the absence of pregnant Serena Williams would have no bearing on their decision.
Two-time Roland Garros champion Sharapova returns next week from a 15-month drugs ban at the WTA Stuttgart Grand Prix.
Stuttgart offered the 30-year-old Russian a wildcard entry because she no longer has a world ranking. She has also been invited to clay-court events in Madrid and Rome.
That's it, what a turn-up for the books. Murray has lost. The world number one, distinctly out of sorts in the service department, has been beaten by cavalier left-hander and world number 24 Albert Ramos-Vinolas of Spain 2-6 6-2 7-5 in a fluctuating contest spanning two hours 32 minutes.
The Murray serve is not firing today, Ramos-Vinolas has broken and the Spaniard will serve for the match at 6-5.