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Summary

  1. FA Cup: Build-up to Man Utd v Arsenal (19:45 GMT)
  2. England out of Cricket World Cup after losing to Bangladesh
  3. Coach Peter Moores says he wants to stay in charge
  4. Lance Armstrong hopes for 'dope-free' cycling
  5. GET INVOLVED: Most humiliating defeat? #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By James Gheerbrant and Richard Winton

All times stated are UK

Get involved

  1. Post update

    Right, that's all from Sportsday. We'll leave you in the hands of our football colleagues, who will bring you live coverage of Manchester United against Arsenal in the FA Cup sixth round.

    And just in case you haven't picked up on any of our reminders, you can also watch the game from 19:30 GMT on BBC One.

    Until tomorrow at 08:00 GMT, keep fit.

  2. On this day

    Formula 1

    David Coulthard

    In 2003, McLaren's David Coulthard won the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.

  3. Bale to keep Real place

    Real Madrid v Schalke (Tuesday, 19:45 GMT)

    gareth bale

    Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti has defended Gareth Bale after an eighth game without a goal for the Welsh attacker.

    The Italian also confirmed the player will start the Champions League last-16 second-leg tie with Schalke in the Bernabeu.

    "If I had to replace those who were not playing at their best, I would have to change the whole squad," said Ancelotti, whose side won the first leg 2-0. "I'm sure Bale is not happy with what he is doing and he understands that and wants to do better."

  4. The maths behind an FA Cup run

    FA Cup

    Ever wondered how much the FA Cup is worth to clubs? Well, wonder no more...

  5. Saints academy 'most profitable in Europe'

    Football

    Southampton officially have the most profitable youth academy in Europe, a new study has found.

    Saints academy graduates have generated transfer fees of £65m since July 2012, with Calum Chambers, Luke Shaw and Adam Lallana among the lucrative deals.

    Lille were second in the study by the CIES Football Observatory, with Real Sociedad third and Sevilla fourth. Swansea were the next best British club, in 11th place.

  6. Sexton poised to take Ireland place

    Rugby Union

    Ireland fly-half Johnny Sexton is on course to play against Wales in Saturday's Six Nations encounter.

    The 29-year-old limped out of the win over England with a hamstring problem but the Irish are confident he will be fit for the Cardiff showdown.

  7. Manchester United v Arsenal FA Cup classics

    2005 final

    Arsenal

    After a dreary goalless draw dominated by Manchester United, Arsenal prevailed in a penalty shootout in the Cardiff rain.

  8. England held by Dutch

    Football

    England have lost their 100% record after drawing their final group game at the Cyprus Women's Cup, but still advance to Wednesday's final.

    Eni Aluko equalised Anna Miedema's early goal for the Netherlands, with England already having qualified for a final against Canada.

  9. Happy birthday

    Martin Johnston

    Many happy returns to Martin Johnson (45), who led England to victory in the 2003 Rugby World Cup in Australia.

    Also celebrating are French World Cup-winning forward Youri Djorkaeff (47), former Manchester United, Chelsea and Argentina midfielder Juan Sebastian Veron (40), and Bill Beaumont, the former England rugby union captain (63).

  10. Doncaster to welcome European Tour?

    Golf

    Doncaster could soon host a European Tour event after plans were announced to create a golf complex at Rossington Hall.

    The development, backed by Doncaster Council, will create a world-class golf venue and resort under the European Tour Destination banner.

    "We hope to bring both a long-term relationship and top flight professional tournament golf to the venue once it is developed," said David MacLaren, director of property and venue development at The European Tour.

  11. Manchester United v Arsenal FA Cup classics

    1999 semi-final replay

    Ryan Giggs

    Remembered almost exclusively for Ryan Giggs' astonishing slaloming run and finish, this 2-1 Manchester United win also boasted a red card and a stoppage-time penalty save by Peter Schmeichel to thwart Dennis Bergkamp and preserve United's treble ambitions.

  12. West Brom's Brunt charged by FA

    Football

    West Brom midfielder Chris Brunt has been charged for using "abusive and/or insulting words and/or behaviour" towards an official in the aftermath of his side's FA Cup quarter-final defeat against Aston Villa on Saturday.

    He has until 6pm on March 12 to respond to the charge.

  13. Johnson-Thompson commits to Great CityGames

    Athletics

    Katarina Johnson-Thompson

    European indoor pentathlon champion Katarina Johnson-Thompson is to compete in the Great CityGames Manchester on May 9. The Liverpool Harrier will contest the 200m hurdles and the long jump.

    "I've seen the events on television before and love the idea of competing so close to the public. I can't wait to experience it first-hand for the first time," she said.

    Live coverage will be on BBC One, BBC Radio 5 live and BBC Sport online.

  14. Post update

    Gary Lineker

    BBC Sport

    Big games need big panels. For MUFC v AFC, Alan Shearer, Roy Keane & @IanWright0 .3 men who could give it, take it and deliver.

    Follow live coverage of Manchester United v Arsenal in the FA Cup quarter-finals on Monday 9 March, 19:30 GMT on BBC One, BBC Radio 5 live and the BBC Sport website.

  15. Manchester United v Arsenal FA Cup classics

    1979 final

    Arsenal 2-3 Manchester United

    A remarkable afternoon at Wembley. Manchester United trailed 2-0 with four minutes to go but appeared to have forced extra time after Gordon McQueen and Sammy McIlroy scored.

    However, there was one last twist when Arsenal's Alan Sunderland won the trophy with an 89th-minute strike.

    Follow live coverage of Manchester United v Arsenal in the FA Cup quarter-finals on Monday 9 March, 19:30 GMT on BBC One, BBC Radio 5 live and the BBC Sport website.

  16. Bristol Rovers re-sign Vale's Lines

    Football

    Conference leaders Bristol Rovers have re-signed midfielder Chris Lines on loan from Port Vale until the end of the season.

    The 29-year-old began his career at the Memorial Stadium and made 190 appearances for the club before joining Sheffield Wednesday in 2011.

  17. Best backs D'Arcy for Ireland recall

    Rugby Union

    Gordon D'Arcy

    Ireland hooker Rory Best has backed centre Gordon D'Arcy to return to the international fold.

    The 35-year-old did not make Joe Schmidt's 36-man Six Nations squad.

    But Best said: "Gordon's probably been written off a few times in his career, but he's got a great attitude, he's a great player and if you see him playing back well for Leinster I don't think Ireland have enough players to be turning people down that are playing well."

  18. Manchester United v Arsenal (19:45 GMT)

    FA Cup sixth round

    Former Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel

    Three-time FA Cup winner Peter Schmeichel has relived some of his favourite cup moments ahead of Monday's quarter-final between Manchester United and Arsenal.

    The Danish goalkeeper was part of the United sides that won the 1994, 1996 and 1999 FA Cup finals.

    Follow live coverage of Manchester United v Arsenal in the FA Cup quarter-finals on Monday 9 March, 19:30 GMT on BBC One, BBC Radio 5 live and the BBC Sport website.

  19. Dundee United and Celtic appeal red cards

    Football

    Dundee United have appealed against the sending off of midfielder Paul Paton in their Scottish Cup quarter-final against Celtic, who themselves have challenged the dismissal of defender Virgil van Dijk.

    Both were sent off after a melee broke out - with Paton apparently the victim of mistaken identity - and will miss Sunday's League Cup final between the sides should the appeals fail.

  20. Get Involved

    Most humiliating defeats

    This afternoon, we're honouring England's abject exit from the World Cup by asking you to tell us your most humiliating defeats...

    Christian Evans: As a Sheff Wed fan I've seen my fair share of humiliating defeats but 8-0 v Newcastle with Shearer getting five is the worst!

    Peter Hatch: Playing for 48th Ormskirk cub scouts, we were once 11-0 down at half time. Second half was a bit better, final score 21-4.

    Can you do beat those hammerings? Let us know your most humiliating defeats on Twitter at #bbcsportsday, or via theBBC Sport Facebook page.

  21. Manchester United v Arsenal (19:45 GMT)

    FA Cup sixth round

    Angel Di Maria

    Ten years ago, FA Cup holders Arsenal beat Manchester United on penalties to lift the trophy at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.

    But which of the current players would get into this 2005 teams? Former Manchester United and Arsenal defender Mikael Silvestre considers the question...

    Follow live coverage of Manchester United v Arsenal in the FA Cup quarter-finals on Monday 9 March, 19:30 GMT on BBC One, BBC Radio 5 live and the BBC Sport website.

  22. England level at Cyprus Cup

    Football

    England are level with Holland thanks to a quite brilliant 41st minute goal by Eni Aluko. The Chelsea striker went past four defenders in a diagonal run from the right then curled a 10-yard shot into the corner of the net.

    Don't forget, England have already secured their place against Canada in the final.

  23. Edwards talks up uncapped Francis

    Rugby Union

    Wales assistant coach Shaun Edwards says Wales see "a lot of potential" in uncapped Exeter prop Tomas Francis.

    The tighthead was born in York but qualifies for Wales through his grandmother, and has been invited to train with Wales's Six Nations squad by Warren Gatland.

    "His scrummaging is outstanding, but he is also a skilful player as well," Edwards said.

    "It's a case of trying to get the best players playing for us, and we see a lot of potential in this lad."

  24. Burnley's Cisak extends Orient stay

    Football

    League One strugglers Leyton Orient have extended the loan spell of Burnley goalkeeper Alex Cisak until the end of the season.

    The 25-year-old has made seven appearances since joining the O's on an initial one-month deal in February.

  25. Milner holds talks with foreign clubs

    Football

    James Milner

    The Guardian are reporting that midfielder James Milner is considering leaving Manchester City in the summer and has held initial talks with Milan, Roma and Inter in Serie A and two clubs in Spain.

  26. England trail in Cyprus Cup

    Football

    England are playing their final group game of the Cyprus Cup against the Netherlands - and they haven't made the best of starts.

    Striker Anna Miedema has tucked the ball home from close range to give the Dutch a 1-0 lead.

    England have already qualified for the final regardless of today's result.

  27. Kristoff wins Paris-Nice stage

    Cycling

    Norway's Alexander Kristoff has won a sprint finish for the first stage of the Paris-Nice race.

    Kristoff held off French duo Nacer Bouhanni and Bryan Coquard to claim victory at the end of the 196.5km stage.

    Polish world champion Michal Kwiatkowski, who won the prologue, retains the overall lead.

  28. Boycott calls for changes

    Cricket

    Geoffrey Boycott

    Former England batsman Geoffrey Boycott has called for England coach Peter Moores and ECB boss Paul Downton to be sacked following England's defeat by Bangladesh which knocked them out of the Cricket World Cup.

    "There have to be changes," Boycott wrote in his column for Telegraph.co.uk. "Moores has never been my choice to coach England. It is very difficult for someone who has never played cricket to the highest level to manage an international team.

    "Moores depends too much on facts and figures and data analysis. He is too consumed by the opposition because he has no experience to fall back on in international cricket."

  29. Manchester United v Arsenal (19:45 GMT)

    FA Cup sixth round

    Ahead of their sixth-round tie this evening, BBC Sport has taken a look back at the FA Cup rivalry between Manchester United and Arsenal.

    The two teams are the most successful in FA Cup history, both having won the competition 11 times. The Gunners are the cup holders, defeating Hull City in the final last year. Manchester United have not lifted the trophy since their 2004 victory over Millwall.

    Follow live coverage of Manchester United v Arsenal in the FA Cup quarter-finals on Monday 9 March, 19:30 GMT on BBC One, BBC Radio 5 live and the BBC Sport website.

  30. On this day

    Athletics

    Phillips Idowu

    In 2008, Phillips Idowu won gold in the triple jump at the World Indoor Championships in Valencia.

  31. Get Involved

    Most humiliating defeats

    Time to switch up our Get Involved topic for the afternoon. In the wake of England's dreadful World Cup exit at the hands of Bangladesh, we're asking you to tell us the most humiliating sporting defeats you have ever witnessed.

    Whether it's the tried and trusted combination of England at World Cups, or a more unheralded shellacking for your local team, let us know.

    Send them in on Twitter at #bbcsportsday, or via the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  32. England face Dutch test

    Cyprus Cup

    Women's football reporter Tony Leighton: Manchester City goalkeeper Karen Bardsley will captain England for the first time as Mark Sampson's team take on the Netherlands in their third and final Group B match in the Cyprus Cup this afternoon (15:30 GMT).

    England have already qualified for Wednesday's final, in which they will meet Canada, who beat Italy 1-0 to complete their three-match Group A programme with a 100% record.

    It will be the third time that the sides have meet in the Cyprus final, England winning 3-1 in 2009 and 1-0 two years ago.

  33. Bolt to run 200m in Lausanne

    Athletics

    Usain Bolt

    Usain Bolt will run the 200m at the Golden League meeting in Lausanne on 9 July.

    Bolt is also set to line-up in the 100m at the Areva meeting in Paris five days earlier. He will be looking to use the races to get in preparation for the World Championships, which take place in Beijing from 22-30 August.

  34. Johnson could make overseas move

    Football

    Glen Johnson

    Liverpool's Glen Johnson could make a move to an overseas club at the end of this season.

    The 30-year-old full-back has struggled to get in the side since the successful switch to a 3-4-2-1 and will be out of contract at the conclusion of this campaign.

    Johnson confirmed that his representatives have held talks with foreign clubs, saying: "There are talks. It would be great for the kids to go abroad but I am not thinking about yet as we have two months left here and I'll think about it after that. We will have to wait and see."

  35. European Indoor Championships

    Athletics

    The European Indoor Championships in Prague proved successful for Great Britain, with nine medals and some impressive displays.

    BBC commentator Steve Cram reflects upon what we have learned ahead of August's World Championships in Beijing.

  36. Super League ref moves Down Under

    Rugby League

    Referee Tim Roby will leave Super League with immediate effect to take up an offer to officiate in the Australasian National Rugby League.

    The 25-year-old has refereed 75 top-flight matches and has been touch judge in Grand Final and World Cup matches.

  37. Arsenal draw Millwall in FA Women's Cup

    Football

    Arsenal women

    Holders Arsenal will start their defence of the FA Women's Cup with a trip to Women's Super League Two side Millwall Lionesses.

    Reigning WSL1 champions Liverpool visit 2012 Cup winners Birmingham City, while Chelsea will host second-tier Watford.

  38. Owens called up by Wales

    Rugby Union

    Ken Owens

    Scarlets hooker Ken Owens has been summoned to join Wales' Six Nations squad ahead of next Saturday's visit of Ireland.

  39. Forward Easter eyes England start

    Rugby Union

    Number eight Nick Easter wants to start for England after featuring as a replacement in their first three matches in the Six Nations.

    The 36-year-old Harlequins forward has been playing behind Billy Vunipola in the pecking order so far in the Six Nations.

    "I've thoroughly enjoyed the games when I came on," he told BBC London 94.9. "Obviously I'd love to start a game and so would everyone else - but you can only put 15 out there."

  40. McDowall keen on McCoist return

    Football

    Ian Durrant, Ally McCoist and Kenny McDowall

    Caretaker manager Kenny McDowall is open to Ally McCoist returning as Rangers manager but says he does not know what Rangers' new board is planning. McCoist was put on gardening leave in December.

    "I was working with Ally, so obviously that would appeal to me," said McDowall. "But it's a difficult one to answer because the board will obviously have their own ideas."

  41. FA contact Villa and West Brom

    FA Cup sixth round

    The Football Association has contacted Aston Villa and West Brom to "request their observations to the disturbing crowd incidents which occurred during and after their FA Cup quarter-final tie" on Saturday.

  42. Rivalries offer hope of beguiling season

    Formula 1

    Andrew Benson

    BBC Sport chief F1 writer

    Formula 1 will emerge from its shortest winter break for nearly 40 years when the season starts in Melbourne next weekend but it doesn't take much scratching at the surface to see that a great deal has changed since the end of last term.

    Chief F1 writer Andrew Benson examines the landscape...

  43. Acting the goat?

    Football

    Ujah Anthony

    Cologne forward Anthony Ujah has apologised after grabbing a goat by the horns after scoring in the 4-2 Bundesliga victory over Eintracht Frankfurt on Sunday.

    The Nigerian grabbed Hennes VIII - the club mascot - by the horns and attempted to drag it on to the pitch before the animal's handler intervened.

    "Perfect Sunday. Sorry Hennes. I was a bit too rough on him," Ujah wrote on Twitter and Facebook.

    Sports director Joerg Schmadtke added: "Hennes is used to such stuff. He may have a bit of a sore neck."

  44. UAE to host Asian Cup

    Football

    United Arab Emirates will host the 2019 Asian Cup after beating outsiders Iran to stage the expanded 24-team tournament.

    The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) announced the decision after a meeting of their executive committee in Bahrain on Monday.

  45. Post update

    Kyle Coetzer

    A judiciously-timed instagram post from Scotland batsman Kyle Coetzer... "One last push to make the last leg of this journey a special one #CWC15 @cricketscotland"

  46. Future out of my hands - Moores

    Cricket World Cup

    Peter Moores has told BBC Sport he wants to stay as England coach despite his side's World Cup exit at the hands of Bangladesh but admits "it's not my decision".

    Read the full story here.

  47. BBC reporter ends up being the story

    Football

    Here's a curious one... a BBC reporter at Hemel Hempstead Town's Conference South fixture against Bath City ended up playing an important part in the game.

    Matt Mesiano was at the match for BBC Three Counties Radio, but when one of the assistant referees suffered a calf injury in the first half, he realised he was the only qualified alternative.

    "There was a 10-minute break for me to put on the other lad's outfit, luckily for me we were the same size," said the level seven referee.

  48. Davis Cup: Captain's Diary

    Tennis

    BBC Radio 5 live

    BBC Radio 5 live was granted exclusive behind the scenes access to the British team during their Davis Cup win over the United States.

    You can hear the thoughts of captain Leon Smith and just what the competition means to Andy Murray on Davis Cup: Captain's Diary on Tuesday at 21:00 GMT.

  49. Rodgers allays Skrtel 'unconscious' fears

    Football

    Martin Skrtel

    Martin Skrtel should be fit for Liverpool's Premier League match at Swansea on 16 March despite fears he had lost consciousness in Sunday's FA Cup quarter-final draw with Blackburn.

    Skrtel, 30, landed heavily on his neck after contesting a third-minute header. Following an eight-minute delay, the defender was taken off wearing a neck brace. "He could have been knocked out," boss Brendan Rodgers said.

    "He was fine, shouting he wanted to play on when he was on the stretcher."

  50. Post update

    Kevin Pietersen
  51. UCI to ask Verbruggen to resign

    Cycling

    Former International Cycling Union (UCI) head Hein Verbruggen will be asked to resign his honorary presidency, after a report found doping culture still existed in cycling, and suggested collusion between Lance Armstrong and cycling's governing body.

    Current UCI president Brian Cookson says he will write to Verbruggen asking him "to consider his position."

    Cookson says Verbruggen, who was UCI president from 1991-2005, should have no role in cycling's future. The Dutch official retains his IOC honorary membership.

  52. New York City draw debut

    Football

    kaka

    New York City's first Major League Soccer match ended in a draw on Sunday as 62,510 fans saw Kaka snatch a late equaliser for Orlando City at Citrus Bowl.

    The former AC Milan playmaker scored with a deflected free-kick in the 91st minute, after Mix Diskerud put the away side ahead with their first ever goal.

  53. Zola fired by Cagliari

    Football

    Gianfranco Zola

    Former West Ham and Watford manager Gianfranco Zola has been sacked by Serie A club Cagliari after just 10 league games in charge.

    "Cagliari announce that Gianfranco Zola and his staff have been relieved of the technical leadership of the first team," the Sardinian club said in a statement.

    "It was a decision which was taken reluctantly against a great man who has written unforgettable pages in the history of Cagliari, bringing brilliance and giving international prestige to the land of Sardinia."

    Cagliari are 18th in the table, four points adrift of safety.

  54. Caterham auctions to begin

    Formula 1

    Equipment belonging to disbanded Formula 1 team Caterham will be auctioned off over the next few weeks.

    The team, who were put into administration last October, folded at the end of the 2014 season and their remaining assets will be sold beginning on Wednesday, with race and pit lane equipment, 2014 chassis show cars, electronics workshop and test equipment all available.

  55. Lahm back in training

    Football

    Philipp Lahm

    Bayern Munich captain Philipp Lahm has returned to training after breaking an ankle late last year.

    The 31-year-old last appeared in November before suffering the injury in training.

    Bayern have not missed the World Cup winner too badly - they are currently leading the Bundesliga title race by 11 points over second-placed VfL Wolfsburg.

  56. Ireland return for Tuohy

    Rugby Union

    Dan Tuohy

    Ulster lock Dan Tuohy has been called into a 36-man Ireland training squad having missed the opening three Six Nations matches with damaged thumb ligaments.

    The second row has not played in a Test since February 2014 after twice breaking an arm.

  57. Post update

    Shane Warne
  58. Moores 'not making a difference'

    Cricket

    England coach Peter Moores has been speaking to Sky Sports folowing England's exit from the Cricket World Cup.

    He said: "You just feel hollow. We haven't played well enough and we have to accept that. I thought 275 was chaseable, although we didn't bowl as well as we could have done in the middle. We should have chased it down after a good start but we didn't. You've got to be able to deal with pressure in a tournament.

    "We definitely should have won the game and we didn't. I can't stand and say I'm making a difference when we've just been knocked out the World Cup."

  59. Post update

    Dan Roan

    BBC sports editor

    England have unmatched resources and had unprecedented time to prepare. Lowest point in English cricket history? It's certainly a contender.

  60. FA Cup sixth round highlights

    Football

    Remember you can watch highlights of all the weekend's FA Cup sixth-round ties on the BBC Sport website.

    Bradford 0-0 Reading

    Aston Villa 2-0 West Brom

    Liverpool 0-0 Blackburn

    And this evening, BBC Sport will bring you the last quarter-final between Manchester United and Arsenal. Live coverage starts at 19:30 GMT on BBC One and you can also follow the tie on BBC Radio 5 live and the BBC Sport website.

  61. Barcelona admit Messi fears

    Football

    Lionel Messi

    Sporting director Ariedo Braida has conceded that Barcelona are vulnerable to offers for Lionel Messi from the likes of Manchester City.

    Barca's all-time top scorer, 27, is contracted until June 2019 and has a €205m release clause.

    However, Braida said: "Now with these clubs that have so much money like [Manchester] City, certain amounts don't seem to have a value. In football things happen that appear impossible but I hope he will remain."

  62. Lineker puts the boot in

    Cricket

    Gary Lineker, the ex-England striker who was meant to be a handy cricketer himself when he was young, took some consolation in the defeat - although it is not the kind Peter Moores and co will want to hear at this point!

    He has tweeted: "Bangladesh win! Congratulations to them. The good news is, England can't possibly get any worse."

  63. Post update

    Former England captain Ian Botham tweets: "Well done Bangladesh! England pathetic! When are we going to pick the selectors to pick a team for the 1 day format? Time for change!!"

  64. Post update

    Scotland spinner Majid Haq tweets: Hope the media give Bangladesh the credit they deserve & not concentrate on England being poor!! #Bangladeshbrilliance

  65. Morgan laments 'poor' performance

    Cricket

    England captain Eoin Morgan has been speaking about the defeat.

    He said: "It's pretty poor. To be knocked out of a World Cup this early is unbelievably disappointing. The target was well within our reach - we bowled reasonably well but we didn't match it up.

    "We've struggled and fallen away since we arrived here. Ultimately it comes down to performance - today some of our guys performed but we didn't perform as a unit. We picked guys who, if we performed, could have won the World Cup, but we haven't performed."

  66. England out of World Cup - reaction

    Cricket

    Kevin Pietersen

    Kevin Pietersen tweets in response to England's Cricket World Cup defeat: "I CANNOT BELIVE (sic) THIS! I JUST CANNOT! But, well done Bangladesh! You deserved it! #ENGvBAN"

    Michael Vaughan has also tweeted. He says: "I am lost for bloody words. Don't worry.... I am sure some positives will have come out of this World Cup for @ECB_cricket."

  67. BreakingBREAKING NEWS

    England crash out of Cricket World Cup

    England are out of the Cricket World Cup. They have lost to Bangladesh by 15 runs.

    Rubel Hossain took the crucial wickets in a brilliant final over, clean bowling Stuart Broad and James Anderson.

    You can follow the latest reaction to England's humbling exit in our cricket live page.

  68. Bradford 'not holding breath' over fixtures

    FA Cup sixth round

    Bradford City are not confident of convincing Notts County to move their League One fixture to give them more time before their FA Cup quarter-final replay at Reading.

    The Bantams face the Championship club again next Monday, just 48 hours after both sides are in league action. City were eager to move their game to the Friday night but joint-chairman Mark Lawn told the Telegraph & Argus: "We'll ask Notts County again but I wouldn't hold my breath."

  69. Another wicket down

    Cricket

    Erm, and another one. Chris Jordan sets off for a perilous single and is run out first ball. It looked a very, very tight decision.

    Stuart Broad joins Chris Woakes at the crease. England need 38 runs from 24 balls.

  70. Thrilling finish looms as Buttler exits

    Cricket

    This could be a big wicket. Jos Buttler is gone, caught behind for 65 off Taskin Ahmed. England are 238-7 - they still need 38 runs from 25 balls.

    Chris Jordan is the new man. Follow the latest with our cricket live text.

  71. Azpilicueta builds from the back

    Football

    Chelsea defender Cesar Azpilicueta has made some interesting selections in his dream five-a-side team.

    The full-back has chosen two goalkeepers and a maligned Arsenal defender alongside Eden Hazard and Diego Costa.

  72. Get Involved

    #mysportingheroine

    Kelly Holmes

    This morning, we're asking you to tell us your sporting heroines...

    Coral Westlake: Definitely Dame Kelly Holmes. She has always fought against the odds. I saw her win gold in Athens.

    Natalie Morris: I've got to go with the brilliant Geva Mentor.

    David Ferguson: I have huge respect for Penny Mallory, the first woman to drive a world rally car. Some achievement.

    Keep them coming in on Twitter using #mysportingheroine, and via theBBC Sport Facebook page.

  73. Dutch fans fined for racist comments

    Football

    Three Dutch football fans have been fined by state prosecutors after posting racist comments about a selfie featuring nine memebers of the Netherlands national team.

    The selfie, taken by QPR's Leroy Fer, featured eight black players as well as Manchester City's Karim Rekik, whose father is Tunisian.

    Fer welcomed the 360 euro (£260) fines, calling them "a clear signal to everybody that this kind of thing can't happen - not on the field or off it."

  74. Scotland add Maitland and McInally

    Rugby Union

    Sean Maitland

    Scotland coach Vern Cotter has added two players to his squad ahead of this Saturday's Calcutta Cup match against England at Twickenham in the Six Nations.

    British and Irish Lions wing Sean Maitland has been drafted in for Glasgow Warriors club mate, Sean Lamont, who has been ruled out of the rest of the tournament with a knee injury suffered in Glasgow's win over Zebre on Friday.

    Edinburgh hooker Stuart McInally has also been called up as precautionary cover for Ross Ford, who suffered a back spasm in the defeat by Italy.

  75. Glasgow, Bette Midler and the Davis Cup

    Tennis

    Russell Fuller

    BBC tennis correspondent

    Could Bette Midler scupper plans to host Great Britain's Davis Cup quarter-final against France in Glasgow? Read Russell Fuller's column to find out...

  76. Stuttering England lose Root

    Cricket

    England have lost another wicket in Adelaide. Joe Root is the latest man to fall, caught behind for 29, to leave England struggling on 164-6 after 36 overs.

    Chris Woakes and Jos Buttler, on whom much now depends, are at the crease. England need 112 runs from 84 balls to beat Bangladesh - they must win, or they are out of the World Cup.

    If you can bear it, you can follow the latest in our cricket live text.

  77. Di Maria still believes - Giggs

    Football

    Angel di Maria

    Manchester United assistant manager Ryan Giggs has refuted suggestions Angel Di Maria is suffering from a lack of confidence.

    The Argentine playmaker, who became British football's most expensive signing when he arrived from Real Madrid for £59.7m in August, has scored once in 19 games and has failed to finish any of United's last three Premier League matches.

    "I think his confidence is fine," Giggs said. "Players get used to different leagues, sometimes quickly and sometimes it takes a bit of time."

  78. Murray up to fourth in world

    Tennis

    Andy Murray celebrates

    To complete an enjoyable weekend for Andy Murray - Davis Cup success and a Scottish Cup quarter-final victory for Hibs - the Scot has this morning moved up a place to fourth in the world rankings.

    Great Britain team-mate James Ward has ascended to 108th place.

  79. Mercedes won't stop Hamilton-Rosberg rivalry

    Formula 1

    Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton

    Formula 1 team Mercedes will not try to stop the fierce rivalry between their drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, team boss Toto Wolff says.

    Hamilton beat Rosberg to the world title last season in a campaign marked by an ongoing feud between the two drivers, which came to a head when they collided at the Belgian Grand Prix.

    But Wolff said: "We are not going to change our approach in terms of philosophy on how to let the drivers race. Even if it is not always easy.

    "If you have no emotion in this sport, if you stay rational all the time, you lose a lot and the sport loses a lot and the way we run the team is with emotion."

  80. Post update

    Can we direct your attention to the highlights tab at the top of the page? There's plenty of interesting nuggets in there for your delectation...

  81. Rangers will hold cash investigation - Park

    Football

    New Rangers director Douglas Park has promised an investigation to uncover why the Glasgow club spent more than £70m in the past four years. The bus tycoon was invited to join Dave King's new-look board after the old regime was voted out on Friday.

    "There has been an absence of corporate governance and time will be required to study the various contracts and deals which have been put in place," he said.

  82. Get Involved

    #mysportingheroine

    Cathy Freeman

    This morning we've been asking you to tell us your sporting heroines, in honour of newly crowned skeleton world champion Lizzy Yarnold paying tribute to her childhood heroine, Denise Lewis. Here are some of your suggestions so far:

    Alan Simon: Cathy Freeman. Still get goose bumps thinking how she unified Australia by winning 400m gold at the Sydney 2000 Olympics.

    Pippa: My sporting heroine is Sally Gunnell, I'll never forget that Olympic Gold in 1992.

    Who's your sporting heroine? Any suggestions from outside the world of athletics? Let us know on Twitter using #mysportingheroine or via the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  83. 'Kane should miss Euro Under-21 finals'

    Football

    Harry Kane

    Jan Vertonghen has cautioned Tottenham team-mate Harry Kane against making himself available for this summer's European Under-21 Championship.

    The Belgian centre-back fears that the striker, who is expected to be summoned for the full England squad next week, could suffer from burnout after a gruelling season.

    "Of course England want him but I think he needs his rest for next season. I know a player always wants to play but sometimes you have to be careful. You have to think about what's going to come."

  84. Post update

    Andy Murray and Leon Smith

    In the wake of Great Britain's Davis Cup win over the United States, Judy Murray has tweeted her congratulations: "Big huge well done to GB captain Leon Smith. 18 years ago I took him on as a 21-year-old apprentice coach. You've come a long way baby xxx."

  85. England wobble against Bangladesh

    Cricket

    Squeaky-bum time for England in Adelaide. They've just lost two wickets in quick succession.

    First Ian Bell - who had batted nicely for 63 - was caught behind off Rubel Hossain, then just three balls later out-of-form skipper Eoin Morgan hoisted the same man to deep fine leg. Big pressure on Joe Root and James Taylor now.

    155 runs still needed, with 23 overs left. Follow the latest in our cricket live text.

  86. Cardiff brings back the bluebird

    Football

    Cardiff City crest

    Remember the Cardiff City emblem saga?

    Owner Vincent Tan incurred the wrath of many fans in 2008 when he changed the badge from one featuring the club's traditional symbol of a bluebird to an image of a red dragon - part of a drama that also saw the club's colours changed from blue to red.

    Well, guess what - the bluebird is back. Cardiff have this morning unveiled a new crest, and it seems the blue is the new red. Cardiff City fans, what do you make of this U-turn?

  87. Balotelli 'an absolute waste of time'

    Football

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Mario Balotelli

    It had been a few weeks since someone had a dig a Mario Balotelli but Mark Lawrenson took up the cudgels yesterday by describing the Liverpool striker as "an absolute waste of time".

    Reflecting on the goalless FA Cup quarter-final draw with Blackburn at Anfield, the former Liverpool defender said: "Forget about Mario Balotelli. He shouldn't be anywhere near this team.

    "I can see why Brendan Rodgers threw him on against Blackburn as he might just create something but 99 times out of 100 he will let you down."

  88. Illness rules Froome out

    Cycling

    Chris Froome

    Team Sky's Chris Froome will miss the Tirreno-Adriatico stage race because of illness.

    The seven-day race, which begins on Wednesday in Italy, was expected to contain the four favourites for the Tour de France - Froome, Spain's Alberto Contador, Colombian Nairo Quintana and defending champion Vincenzo Nibali of Italy.

    "Still not feeling well so won't be making it to #TirrenoAdriatico2015. Really disappointed but health comes first," the 2013 Tour de France winner tweeted.

  89. England lose Hales in pursuit

    Cricket

    England are continuing to look a little nervy in their pursuit of 276 to beat Bangladesh at the Cricket World Cup.

    They've just lost Alex Hales, caught behind off the bowling of Mashrafe Mortaza for 26. They are now 103-2 after 22 overs, with Joe Root joining Ian Bell at the crease.

    You didn't expect it to be straightforward, did you? Keep up with the latest in our cricket live text.

  90. Get Involved

    #mysportingheroine

    Lizzy Yarnold

    As ever on Sportsday, we want to hear from you this morning.

    Over the weekend, Great Britain's Lizzy Yarnold won skeleton's World Championship. When she was younger, Yarnold - who is also Olympic champion - wanted to be Denise Lewis. The 2004 Olympic heptathlon champion was also a massive inspiration to rugby player Maggie Alphonsi, who helped guide England to World Cup success last year.

    So we want to know, who were and are your female sporting inspirations? Let us know on Twitter using the hashtag #mysportingheroine, and via the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  91. Bale in firing line

    Back pages

    AS back page

    In Spain, AS have devoted their front page to the BBC - no, not us, the Real Madrid trio of Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo.

    After another underwhelming result - defeat by Athletic Bilbao - the Spanish public has had enough, according to a survey conducted by the paper. They want Real to switch back to a 4-4-2 - and 46% of readers would put Bale on the bench.

  92. Lyon lay waste to Montpellier

    Back pages

    Monday's L'Equipe front page

    In France, one result dominates the back pages - Lyon's superb 5-1 victory at Montpellier.

    The win restored Lyon's one-point lead over Paris Saint-Germain at the top of the table, with L'Equipe saying they were "carried by the remarkable [Nabil] Fekir", who scored two goals.

  93. Villa face stadium sanction

    Back pages

    Monday's Daily Mail back page

    There's more on the seat-smashing malarkey on the back page of the Daily Mail.

    The Mail's reporter Laurie Whitwell says: "Villa face a large fine or even a partial stadium closure if negligence is established."

    There is also an interesting rugby line from Scotland's Stuart Hogg, who claims that England have "no respect" for Scottish rugby.

  94. Replays could be weeks away

    Back pages

    Monday's The Sun back page

    An interesting line on the back page of The Sun this morning - they are reporting that the FA Cup replay between Liverpool and Blackburn could take as much as a month to be played.

    The paper's Martin Blackburn writes: "The FA Cup descended into farce. Rovers face playing three games in 100 hours."

    There is also a mention of Tony Pulis, who has called for fans who smashed seats in Saturday's FA Cup tie between Aston Villa and West Brom to receive life bans.

  95. Murray leads Britain to victory

    Back pages

    Monday's Telegraph Sport front page

    Let's have a look at what's making the back pages this morning. We begin with the Telegraph, which leads on Great Britain's Davis Cup victory over USA in Glasgow.

    The paper's Simon Briggs writes: "For Great Britain to knock them out twice in successive years is a serious achievement," recalling last year's victory over the same opponents.

    There's also a mention of that damning cycling report, under the headline 'Cycling's drug cheats exposed.'

  96. England chasing 276 to beat Bangladesh

    Cricket

    Stuart Broad tumbles to the ground

    Throughout this morning, we'll be keeping you abreast of the latest developments from the Cricket World Cup, where England need to beat Bangladesh to keep their hopes of qualifying for the quarter-finals alive.

    So how are they doing? Well, not too badly at the moment. Bowling first, England restricted Bangladesh to 275-7, despite a superb partnership of 141 between Mahmudullah and Mushfiqur Rahim. James Anderson and Chris Jordan claimed two wickets apiece.

    Chasing 276, England were going along smoothly, but they have just lost the wicket of Moeen Ali, putting them on 47-1 after eight overs. You can follow the action over-by-over in our dedicated live page, and of course we will keep you updated on the crucial moments here on Sportsday.

  97. Doping culture remains in cycling - report

    Cycling

    Lance Armstrong

    More bad news for the beleaguered sport of cycling this morning. A landmark report has found that a culture of doping still exists in the sport.

    The report, by the Cycling Independent Reform Commission, suggests that riders are still using banned substances, often in small quantities to avoid detection, and that doping is endemic in amateur cycling.

    You can read the full and comprehensive report from Matt Slater here, and our sports editor Dan Roan has also written an analysis of the findings - which you can read here.

  98. Wenger admits 'sacrificing' FA Cup

    Football

    Arsene Wenger

    Let's start with a quick look at what's making the headlines this morning.

    Ahead of his side's clash with Manchester United, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has raised eyebrows by admitting that he used to sacrifice the FA Cup in previous seasons in order to boost the Gunners' European prospects.

    "The FA Cup was badly positioned before the Champions League - you always had decisions to make," Wenger said. "A player who was a bit on the edge - what do you sacrifice? It was always the FA Cup in the end."

    Interesting stuff. What do you make of that revelation, Arsenal fans?

  99. Post update

    Hello and welcome to Monday's edition of Sportsday - our rolling digest of the latest football news and other headlines from across the world of sport.

    As promised, we'll be bringing you plenty of reaction from this weekend's FA Cup fixtures - and later in the day we'll be turning our attention to the remaining quarter-final at Old Trafford.

    We'll also be bringing you the best of social media and we'll have a Get Involved topic for you to get your teeth into - more on that later.

    Ready to go? Then let's begin.

  100. All about the Cups

    Craig Conway and Raheem Sterling

    It's all about the Cups this morning.

    It's been a weekend high on drama - if a little low on goals - in the FA Cup, with Aston Villa through to the semi-finals and Liverpool and Bradford taken to replays by Blackburn and Reading. Of course, there's still plenty more to come - we'll be bringing you all the build-up ahead of Manchester United v Arsenal, which kicks off at 19:45 GMT.

    There was also success for Great Britain in the Davis Cup - but now Andy Murray and co face a quandary over where to play the home quarter-final against France.

    No replays or home comforts in the Cricket World Cup - where England need to beat Bangladesh to avoid elimination. We'll be bringing you all the latest updates as they attempt to chase down the target...