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Summary

  1. Liverpool v Newcastle (20:00 BST)
  2. Reaction to United's big win in Manchester derby
  3. Day one of first Test between England and West Indies
  4. Jordan Spieth's record Masters victory
  5. World Snooker Championship qualifying updates
  6. Get involved: Should Pellegrini stay or go? #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Mandeep Sanghera and Shamoon Hafez

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    And that is it for another edition of Sportsday. You can follow live text commentary of West Indies v England here, while Liverpool take on Newcastle at 20:00 BST.

    Join us again tomorrow for the morning reaction to those, and much more.

    See you then.

  2. Kick It Out

    Football

    Football's anti-discrimination group Kick It Out has launched a major exercise to tackle abuse at grass-roots level.

    The campaign will see a three-month consultation exercise with players, coaches, parents and referees about their experiences of discrimination in grass-roots football, and about the reporting process for cases and how incidents are handled.

    "It is important that people are aware of discrimination and its effects across all levels of the game and this consultation will help us better deliver our messages of equality and inclusion," says Roisin Wood, director of Kick It Out.

    Kick It Out is also looking for volunteers to take part in a three-month pilot scheme at grass-roots level in Birmingham, Essex and West Yorkshire from August.

  3. Bristol City ready for 'cup final'

    Football

    Bristol City's match against Bradford, which could see the League One leaders clinch promotion, will be like a "cup final", says defender Derrick Williams.

    The Robins, who are 13 points clear of third, will return to the Championship after a two-year absence with victory at Valley Parade on Tuesday.

    "We've worked hard all season, I think we deserve it now," ex-Aston Villa man Williams, 22, told BBC Radio Bristol.

    "We've just got to keep doing what we're doing. Tuesday is a massive one."

  4. Surman 'proud' after whirlwind week

    Football

    Andrew Surman

    Bournemouth midfielder Andrew Surman is looking to end a whirlwind few days by helping the club take another step towards promotion.

    Surman's wife had their third child on Friday morning.

    A few hours later he helped the Championship leaders earn a vital three points at Brighton and the Cherries travel to Reading on Tuesday.

    "(We had) a daughter, who we are really proud of, and a great win," Surman told BBC Radio Solent.

  5. Bianchi still fighting, says father

    Formula 1

    Jules Bianchi

    Formula 1 driver Jules Bianchi's fight to recover from injuries sustained in a crash last year is the equivalent of "running a marathon every day", according to his father.

    Bianchi, 25, remains in a coma, six months after the accident in Japan.

    "The only thing we can say is that he's fiercely fighting as he always did, before and after the accident," Philippe Bianchi said. "From a medical point of view, his condition is stable."

    The Marussia driver crashed into a recovery vehicle at the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka.

  6. 'No plans to retire'

    Football

    Chelsea striker Didier Drogba

    Any defence who might be hoping they have seen the last of Chelsea striker Didier Drogba might want to think again.

    The Ivorian, who is out of contract at the end of the season, intends to carry on playing next season.

    Asked if he had decided on his future, Drogba said: "Yes I have and it's not going to be my last season."

  7. Chiefs must stay focused says Baxter

    Rugby Union

    Exeter Chiefs head coach Rob Baxter says his side must not get carried away by their 21-10 victory over Premiership leaders Northampton.

    The win sent Exeter back into the top four with three games left to play as the Chiefs became the first side to do the double over Saints this season.

    "The time to enjoy today isn't today. The time to enjoy today is a few weeks time when we see whether we've achieved things at the end of the season," Baxter told BBC Radio Devon.

  8. Reed to play at Irish Open

    Golf

    Patrick Reed is the latest top player to confirm their entry for the Irish Open at Royal County Down in May.

    The world number 14 from Texas has won four PGA Tour titles, including a one-stroke victory in the 2014 WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral.

    Reed, 24, showed passion and aggression in the Ryder Cup last September as he starred for the losing US team, with the rookie unbeaten over three days.

    Rory McIlroy will be among the star players at the 28-31 May tournament.

  9. Chelsea youth crowned champions of Europe

    Football

    Chelsea

    Chelsea Under-19s have won the Uefa Youth League, after a 3-2 victory over Ukrainian side Shakhtar Donetsk in Switzerland.

    Izzy Brown scored twice and Dominic Solanke added another to claim the trophy.

  10. 'Noisy neighbours quietened'

    Football

    Ashley Young

    There's nothing like gloating after a derby win and Manchester United winger Ashley Young has been doing just that after his side's win over Manchester City.

    "We wanted to keep our noisy neighbours quiet, and we quietened them down straight away (after their goal)," he told MUTV.

    "As you can imagine the atmosphere in the dressing room was electric. A win in the derby, especially in the way we did it, meant there were fantastic celebrations."

    So what about playing Premier League leaders Chelsea on Sunday? Young added: "We feel we can beat anyone on our day."

  11. Raikkonen has Mercedes in sights

    Formula 1

    Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen

    Ferrari are putting the dominant Mercedes under pressure in Formula 1 and the Italian team's driver Kimi Raikkonen is hopeful of overtaking the German outfit.

    "I don't see a reason why not," says Raikkonen. "We have made big gains and we will continue to make big gains during this year."

    He adds: "Sebastian [Vettel] showed we can win (in Malaysia last month), but it depends as one circuit may be better for one team and the next could be a different story.

    "We just need to be up there when something happens to them, or the conditions change, but I really feel on speed we will get there to regularly beat them."

  12. Get Involved

    #bbcsportsday

    With Manchester City's league title defence in tatters and the club set to end the season without a trophy, we're asking whether their manager Manuel Pellegrini should stay or go?

    Let us know via Twitter using #bbcsportsday and via the BBC Sport Facebook page. Here are some of your replies...

    Daniel Kelly: Pellegrini should go, and so should some of the players. They win the title, then flop. Not getting top 4 will be a big blow.

    Waseem: City's performances aren't Pellegrini's fault. City had the exact same problem with Mancini. Can't keep blaming the manager

    Yemimah Kwoba: I think Pellegrini should stay, along with Hart, Aguero, Silva & Milner. Let go of the rest

  13. Rangers must not be sloppy - McCall

    Football

    Rangers

    Rangers boss Stuart McCall has urged his side to cut out sloppy mistakes as they head for a "thrilling" Championship season finale.

    They beat Raith Rovers 4-0 on Sunday to stay third, behind Hibernian on goal difference. Whoever finishes second will face one fewer play-off game.

    "I think we can still do better," McCall told BBC Radio Scotland.

    "I thought there were periods in the second half where, because it was 2-0, we were a bit sloppy and casual."

  14. Wigan not playing well - Wane

    Rugby League

    Wigan Warriors head coach Shaun Wane does not think his side are playing well despite sitting third in Super League with a 100% home record.

    Last year's losing Grand Finalists ran in eight tries as they beat Catalans 34-0 at the DW Stadium on Sunday.

    "We're not playing well," Wane told BBC Radio Manchester.

    "Today was a good performance, and I thought we managed to win well, but we're not playing anywhere near to the standard I know we can."

  15. Awford departure very tough - chairman

    Football

    Portsmouth chairman Iain McInnes says the decision to part company with manager Andy Awford was the hardest of his two-year reign at Fratton Park.

    Awford, 42, left his job on Monday after a season in charge of the League Two club and is the third manager to leave Fratton Park under McInnes.

    "It's been a bad day," McInnes told BBC Radio Solent. "An awful day".

    "Today is about Andy and how he handled himself in the most incredible fashion when we met and had a conversation."

  16. Bayern injury problems mount

    Football

    Bastian Schweinsteiger

    Bayern Munich will be without midfielders Bastian Schweinsteiger and Franck Ribery when they travel to Porto for Wednesday's Champions League quarter-final first leg.

    Frenchman Ribery is not yet fully fit following a five-week absence with an ankle injury while Schweinsteiger has had a virus for the past few days.

    The German club's Medhi Benatia, David Alaba, Javi Martinez and Arjen Robben had already been sidelined by injuries.

  17. Delroy Facey trial

    David Ornstein

    BBC Sport

    Former Premier League footballer Delroy Facey went on trial accused of match fixing.

    Facey, 34, from Huddersfield, and 25-year-old former semi-professional Moses Swaibu, of south London, are charged with conspiracy to fix games of football in November 2013.

    During the prosecution's opening speech at Birmingham Crown Court, Nicholas Mather spoke of the so-called beautiful game's ugly side - but pointed out that this particular case focused not on the top level but the lower reaches.

    He said the aim of the conspiracy was to make money.

  18. Heskey hopes for Bolton extension

    Football

    Emile Heskey

    Former England striker Emile Heskey is hoping to earn a new contract for next season with Championship side Bolton.

    The 37-year-old former Liverpool, Birmingham, Wigan and Aston Villa forward is contracted until the end of the season and has scored once in 14 games for Neil Lennon's side.

    "I'd love to stay for another year, definitely," he told BBC Radio Manchester. "I've enjoyed it. The lads have taken to me really well, I feel at home and I've got a great feeling for the club and the legs feel good.

  19. Halfpenny doubtful for European Cup semi

    Rugby Union

    Wales full-back Leigh Halfpenny is doubtful for Toulon's European Champions Cup semi-final against Leinster on Sunday after being forced off in his comeback game.

    He appeared to suffer a shoulder injury while being tackled during the Top 14 leaders' weekend win over Grenoble.

    Halfpenny had been absent with concussion sustained playing for Wales against Italy in the Six Nations.

    He kicked 13 points in the first half before being replaced at the interval.

  20. World Championship qualifying

    Snooker

    China's Liang Wenbo has progressed into the final round of qualifying for the World Championship after beating countryman Zhou Yuelong 10-5.

    The 1997 champion Ken Doherty leads Lee Walker 7-4, Welshman Matthew Stevens is 7-6 up on Peter Lines, while Mark Davis is tied at 7-7 against Oliver Lines.

    And yes, Peter and Oliver are father and son.

  21. 'A bone popped out'

    Golf

    Tiger Woods

    More Masters fallout. It's not quite Rambo but Tiger Woods injured his right hand in his final round on Sunday after appearing to hit a hidden tree root when playing his second shot out of the pine straw on the ninth.

    "A bone kind of popped out and a joint went out of place but I put it back in," explained Woods.

    "It hurt. It definitely hurt. I didn't know there was a tree root there. I drove my hand or drove the club straight into it. It didn't move. But my body kept moving.

    "There was a little joint that popped out and I was able to somehow put it back in, which didn't feel very good, but at least it got back in and I could move my hand again."

  22. IPL update

    Cricket

    Sunrisers Hyderabad - the team Kevin Pietersen was set to play for before deciding to sign for Surrey as he attempts to earn an England comeback - are in action against Royal Challengers Bangalore.

    Ravi Bopara, who made one appearance for England at the World Cup, is playing for Sunrisers and has just missed out on a hat-trick having claimed the wickets of Virat Kohli and Mandeep Singh with successive deliveries.

  23. Seaman advice for Szczesny

    Football

    Wojciech Szczesny

    Wojciech Szczesny can use his battle with David Ospina for Arsenal's number one jersey to make himself a better goalkeeper, according to former Gunner David Seaman.

    "With Wojciech, it must be hard for him now to be number two, coming off the back of a season where he was a regular and had been playing at his best, but it is totally just because he had a couple of bad mistakes and Ospina has gone in and done his stuff," says Seaman.

    "It is not just the games which make you play better, it is the training.

    "The goalkeepers train together, and you see the other guy, you think 'I want to be better than him' or 'I am going to show him how good I am'. That is day to day and is good because it brings the best out of you and tests you, so you become a better goalkeeper."

  24. Poor from Ballance

    Cricket

    Jonathan Agnew

    BBC Test Match Special

    "That was a poor shot by Gary Ballance. It was wide of the off stump and he really had to stretch for it."

  25. Wicket

    Cricket

    Gary Ballance goes fishing outside off stump and is caught at first slip. England in trouble at 34-3.

    "Hello?"

    "Hi, is that Kevin Pietersen?"

    "Speaking?"

    "Fancy a return to the England side, mate?"

    Follow live text commentary of the match here.

  26. Notts force Middlesex collapse

    Cricket

    BBC London's Kevin Hand at Lord's: Middlesex scrambled to 158-7 at tea on day two at Lord's as Nottinghamshire forced an inexplicable middle order collapse in the afternoon session.

    Replying to the visitors 298, the hosts had a nervy scrap to avoid the follow of 249 as wicketkeeper John Simpson has steered the tail with his unbeaten 26.

    Middlesex's chances in the match have been further hampered by the broken hand suffered by their batsman Dawid Malan in the field yesterday.

    Full scorecard

  27. Gloucestershire close in on Northants

    Cricket

    BBC Bristol's Bob Hunt at Northampton: A quieter afternoon session saw Gloucestershire inch towards Northants first innings total of 333.

    Four wickets fell, including Hamish Marshall for zero, but Gareth Roderick's 56 steadied the ship and it was a surprise when he was comprehensively bowled by Azharullah.

    New skipper Geraint Jones is unbeaten on 60. He started explosively but settled down towards the end of the afternoon and if he carries on then his team will be looking towards a first innings lead by the close of play.

    Full scorecard

  28. Leicestershire chase mammoth score

    Cricket

    BBC Radio Wales Nick Webb at Leicester: Leicestershire reached a belated tea on 59-1 against Glamorgan after the Welsh county ran up a mammoth 513-9 declared in their first innings.

    The visitors added a further 92 after lunch in double-quick time as David Lloyd reached a career-best 59 not out while Andy Carter thrashed an unorthodox 21 not out, also a career best.

    Ollie Freckingham and Atif Sheikh had the consolation of three wickets apiece for Leicestershire. The home side lost Dan Redfern for 24, caught off Graham Wagg, but survived without further alarms to the interval.

    Full scorecard

  29. Hampshire collapse

    Cricket

    BBC Radio Sussex's Adrian Harms at Southampton: An amazing 22 minutes before tea has seen Hampshire slip from 47-0 to 63-5 with three wickets for debutant Ajmal Shahzad and 2 for young quick bowler Matt Hobden

    There was no sign of the carnage to come when Michael Carberry and Liam Dawson appeared to be untroubled in their opening stand, but Carberry's dismissal sparked an extraordinary collapse.

    Full scorecard

  30. Durham surge ahead

    Cricket

    BBC Radio Bristol's Andrew Gibson at Taunton: Not even an impressive spell of genuinely quick bowling by Jamie Overton could prevent Durham from taking what is already a useful first innings lead of 347-6, and that could become a dominant one.

    Overton had even the vastly experienced Paul Collingwood jumping around, although it was Lewis Gregory who had the Durham captain dropped behind the stumps by Alex Barrow, just when Somerset seemed to be coming back into it. Collingwood needs 14 more for what would be a richly deserved century.

    Full scorecard

  31. Champions Yorkshire fighting back

    Cricket

    BBC Hereford & Worcester's Dave Bradley at New Road: Yorkshire at tea 179 for 5 a good fight back from them after being 3 for 2 before lunch. Alex Lees continued to look the part, some superb cover drives in his 87, before he wandered in front of a straight one from Gareth Andrew

    Jack Shanty did the post lunch damage removing Richard Pyrah for 43 and Leaning for 10.

    Sachitra Senanayake bowled a tidy first spell for Worcestershire, Moeen Ali with a short spell prior to tea looks set to be jetting off to warmer climes at the end of this game.

    Full scorecard

  32. Sheridan backs Argyle for play-offs

    Football

    Plymouth Argyle boss John Sheridan says his team can succeed in the play-offs.

    The Pilgrims are back in the top seven in League Two after Saturday's 2-1 win over Mansfield Town.

    "I keep reading things like 'we're not good enough to play against the teams in the play-offs', it's pathetic," Sheridan told BBC Radio Devon.

    "So we've got to be frightened of a team when we get in the play-offs? On our day, we're as good as anyone in the league and I've told the players that."

  33. Eighty-game ban for baseball player

    Baseball

    Jenrry Mejia

    New York Mets player Jenrry Mejia has been suspended for 80 games without pay after testing positive for the banned steroid stanozolol.

    The pitcher, 25, will not be able to play again until July and would be ineligible for the Major League play-offs if the Mets qualify.

    "I know the rules are the rules and I will accept my punishment," Mejia said.

    "But I can honestly say I have no idea how a banned substance ended up in my system."

  34. Great Britain beat Croatia in opener

    Ice Hockey

    BBC Sport's Seth Bennett in Eindhoven: Mark Richardson scored two goals in 16 seconds to win their opening game at the Ice Hockey World Championships beating Croatia 3-2 in overtime.

    Richardson tied the game with five seconds remaining in regulation time and then scored the winner 11 seconds into the extra period. GB play Estonia in their second match at 12:30 BST tomorrow.

  35. Spieth in disbelief

    Golf

    Speaking of Jordan Spieth, the newly crowned Masters champion has been on Twitter to express his sheer disbelief at capturing his first major.

    Jordan Spieth
  36. The making of Jordan Spieth

    Golf

    Jordan Spieth

    A feature for you to read about a golfing sensation. At the age of 21, Jordan Spieth was crowned the new Masters champion after leading from start to finish in a record-breaking display at Augusta.

    But did you know:

    • Spieth twice won the US Junior Amateur to match an achievement only ever accomplished before by Tiger Woods
    • His victory in the 2013 John Deere Classic at the age of 19 years and 11 months made him the youngest PGA Tour winner in 82 years
    • He finished the Masters on 18 under par to equal Tigers Woods' record for the lowest winning score in Masters history

    Read the full piece here

  37. Sakho out for up to four weeks

    Football

    Ben Smith

    BBC Sport

    Mamadou Sakho

    Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho will be out for between three and four weeks with a hamstring injury.

    The France international will miss tonight's Premier League match with Newcastle, the FA Cup semi-final with Aston Villa at Wembley on Sunday and league games against West Brom, Hull and QPR.

    Liverpool are hopeful he could be back for the trip to Chelsea on 10 May. Sakho limped out of the FA Cup quarter-final replay win over Blackburn last Wednesday, and scan results have now revealed the full extent of the injury.

    The Reds play Newcastle tonight in the Premier League (20:00 BST).

  38. World Championship qualifiers

    Snooker

    Agony for Sam Baird! The Englishman was going perfectly in the 12th frame against Adam Duffy, potting 15 reds and 15 blacks on the way to a maximum 147 break...but he misses the pink! That has got to hurt but he still leads 7-5.

    In the other afternoon matches, 1997 champion Ken Doherty, Mark Davis and Liang Wenbo are all looking in good shape to progress.

    Remember, it is the first to 10 frames to decide who goes through to the final round of qualifying.

  39. QPR condemn missile-throwing fans

    Football

    Branislav Ivanovic

    Queens Park Rangers say they will ban "indefinitely" any fans who threw missiles during their 1-0 defeat by Chelsea at Loftus Road on Sunday.

    Coins and plastic bottles were among objects thrown towards the pitch after Cesc Fabregas's 88th-minute winner.

    CCTV footage of the incident is being reviewed by the club, who say they will liaise with police.

    "This is not the kind of behaviour the club condones in any way, shape or form," a spokesperson said.

  40. Wicket

    Cricket

    It hasn't started well for England against West Indies. Opener Jonathan Trott has been caught behind off Jerome Taylor in the first over as he goes for a three-ball duck. England are 1-1.

    Follow live text commentary of the match here.

  41. West Indies v England

    Cricket

    West Indies have won the toss and put England into bat.

    The headline team news for England is that Jonathan Trott opens, Ben Stokes is back at number six, and James Tredwell is preferred to Adil Rashid as the sole spinner.

    The game is about to start and you can follow live text commentary of the match here.

  42. Nicklaus praises 'incredible' Spieth

    Golf

    Jack Nicklaus

    Compliments in the game of golf don't come much more precious than those from Jack Nicklaus and he has praised Jordan Spieth after the 21-year-old's Masters win.

    "That was an incredible performance," says six-time Masters champion Nicklaus in a statement.

    "I like everything about the young man. He's polite. He's humble. He handles himself so well, on and off the golf course. And he's obviously a wonderful player and now a Masters champion.

    "I think Jordan Spieth is a great person - just as I think Rory McIlroy is - to carry the mantle for the game of golf."

  43. Saints urged to keep ambitious style

    Rugby Union

    Northampton

    Northampton Saints head coach Jim Mallinder does not want the Premiership leaders to change their style of play despite suffering back-to-back defeats.

    Having exited the European Champions Cup after a 37-5 loss to Clermont Auvergne, they were defeated 21-10 by Exeter in the Premiership on Sunday.

    "We want our players to play with ambition and move the ball," Mallinder told BBC Radio Northampton.

    "We just have to make sure that, at the right times, we look after the ball."

  44. Twelve point Boro target

    Football

    Middlesbrough are fourth in the Championship but just two points off top spot. Boro play Wolves on Tuesday before games against Norwich, Fulham and Brighton and manager Aitor Karanka wants a 100% points haul to help the club achieve automatic promotion into the Premier League.

    "We have to win our games," Karanka told the Middlesbrough Gazette. "I think by winning four games we will get promotion, but it is very difficult.

    "We have to forget the other teams and just concentrate on our games. We will prepare to win each game but you never know.

    "At this stage of the season every single point is important."

  45. Bamford apologises to Kike over penalty

    Football

    Patrick Bamford

    Patrick Bamford has apologised to Middlesbrough strike partner Kike for missing a penalty they argued over near the end of Saturday's 2-0 Championship win against Rotherham.

    Spanish striker Kike was fouled inside the box during injury time, prompting his claims to take the spot-kick but Bamford took it as the designated taker.

    "It's all sorted. I spoke to Kike and apologised," Bamford told BBC Tees.

    "If I'd scored it would have been fine but the goalkeeper has made a good save, it's one of those things. If you take penalties you'll miss some, and I felt bad missing it."

  46. Rotherham charged for ineligible player

    Football

    Rotherham have been charged by the Football League with fielding an ineligible player.

    Defender Farrend Rawson, on loan from Derby County, played the full 90 minutes as the Millers beat Brighton 1-0 earlier this month.

    The Football League said a football disciplinary commission will hear the case at the "earliest possible opportunity" so the matter is resolved before the end of the season.

    Rotherham are 21st in the Championship.

    Read the full story here

  47. World Championship qualifiers

    Snooker

    What a start Jimmy White has made against Matt Selt in their World Championship qualifying match, leading 7-2 and needing just three more to reach the final round.

    China Open runner-up Gary Wilson leads China's Li Hang 6-3, while Andrew Higginson is ahead against Luca Brecel by the same scoreline.

    Robert Milkins, Michael Holt and Tom Ford all lead, with the players playing to a finish from 19:00 BST this evening.

  48. Married Murray to begin clay season

    Russell Fuller

    BBC tennis correspondent

    Andy Murray

    The newly married Andy Murray will fly out to Barcelona within the next 72 hours to begin his preparations for the clay court season.

    But Murray's prospective new assistant coach Jonas Bjorkman won't be able to join him for at least another week, as the 43 year old has made it through to this weekend's semi-final of Sweden's version of Strictly.

  49. BBC to show BBL play-off final

    Basketball

    BBL

    The 2015 British Basketball League Play-off final at London's O2 Arena on 10 May is to be shown live on the BBC Sport website and BBC Red Button.

    It is the league's showpiece event and the finale of an eight-month season.

    "The BBL is honoured to have secured a broadcast partner for our Play-off finals," said chairman Ed Percival.

    BBC Executive Editor Ron Chakraborty added: "Basketball is a popular sport and we're pleased to be bringing audiences to the Play-off final."

  50. Get Involved

    #bbcsportsday

    With Manchester City's league title defence in tatters and the club set to end the season without a trophy, we're asking whether their manager Manuel Pellegrini should stay or go?

    Let us know via Twitter using #bbcsportsday and via the BBC Sport Facebook page. Here are some of your replies...

    Richie Macca: City fans thinking Guardiola would cash in his chips at Bayern and go to a club with form for sacking mgrs. Get a grip.

    Gambino: What makes people think that Pep wants to join Man City? I personally think he likes managing big clubs with a lot of history

    Tambuwal: Pellegrini has to go simple. It was Liverpool handed City the title last season. He only wins league cup for City.

  51. Brown bats on for Sussex

    Cricket

    BBC Radio Solent's Kevan James in Southampton: Sussex have put themselves in a good position here having built on their overnight 300-6.

    Ben Brown (129*) completed his sixth first class hundred and received some solid support this morning from Ajmal Shahzad (35) and Steve Magoffin (37*).

    Gareth Berg (3-73) on his Hampshire championship debut took the only wicket to fall this morning, as Hampshire look to be already missing the injured Jackson Bird.

    Full scorecard

  52. Scott out for rest of season

    Rugby Union

    BREAKING NEWS: Edinburgh and Scotland centre Matt Scott has been ruled out for the rest of the season with an injury to his left shoulder suffered in the Six Nations which required surgery.

  53. Glamorgan posting big total

    Cricket

    BBC Radio Wales' Nick Webb in Leicester: Glamorgan reached 421-7 by lunch on the second day against Leicestershire as the Foxes fought back after Glamorgan dominated the opening day.

    Chris Cooke's breezy 48 was the batting highlight of the morning after Will Bragg fell early for a career-best 120, while Ollie Freckingham claimed two wickets as the Leicester seamers shared the wickets around.

    Glamorgan have maximum batting points but the home side at least have a foothold back in the game.

    Full scorecard

  54. Man City switch focus

    Football

    Manchester City right-back Pablo Zabaleta

    Manchester City have lost five Premier League games in 2015, one more than in the whole of 2014, and it seems their focus is now on a top-four finish to qualify for next season's Champions League rather than keeping their top-flight crown.

    "It is time to analyse what we are doing wrong and try to improve for the next few games," said City right-back Pablo Zabaleta following the defeat by Manchester United on Sunday.

    "There are still 18 points to play for and we must be honest with ourselves and start to push hard, play better and win games, so we can get in the top four."

  55. Gloucestershire chase Northants total

    Cricket

    BBC Bristol's Bob Hunt at Northampton: Despite losing two wickets late on, it was Gloucestershire's morning finishing on 112-2, 221 behind Northants first innings score.

    Will Tavare and Chris Dent put on 85 for the first wicket but they both fell to Azharullah who was the pick of the home side's attack.

    The Northants bowlers got the ball to move about, but didn't trouble the batsmen enough on another cold and gloomy day.

    Full scorecard

  56. Robson going well for Middlesex

    Cricket

    BBC Radio Nottingham's Dave Bracegirdle at Lord's: Middlesex enjoyed the better of the exchanges on the second morning against Nottinghamshire at Lord's. Under cloudy skies they quickly polished off the visitors' first innings without addition to the overnight score of 298.

    Openers Sam Robson and Nick Gubbins then added 51 together without any inconvenience before Harry Gurney bowled Gubbins for 23. South African Vernon Philander, on his Notts debut, struck a vital blow by then removing Nick Compton to leave the home side on 70-2.

    Middlesex are likely to be without Dawid Malan for the remainder of the match after x-rays confirmed that he'd broken a finger whilst fielding on the first day.

    Full scorecard

  57. How snooker works

    Snooker

    Steve Davis

    With qualifying going on for the snooker, six-time world champion Steve Davis and CBBC's Hacker T Dog give their somewhat different interpretations of the rules of the sport ahead of the World Championship which starts in Sheffield on Saturday.

    Watch what the two had to say

  58. Durham close in on Somerset score

    Cricket

    BBC Sport's Elizabeth Ammon in Taunton: A very pleasant mild morning at the County Ground saw Durham progress comfortably for the first hour until the century partnership between Scott Borthwick and Michael Richardson was broken by Lewis Gregory who induced an edge to remove Richardson for 59.

    Borthwick fell agonisingly six runs short of century after a fluent innings of 94 from 110 deliveries that included 17 boundaries. Somerset's Jamie Overton has been bowling with impressive pace in front of national selector James Whittaker.

    Despite the loss of two wickets, Durham have progressed their score on at a good rate and trail by just 77. Durham 224-2 at lunch.

    Full scorecard

  59. Worcestershire on top against the champions

    Cricket

    BBC Hereford & Worcester's Dave Bradley at New Road: Worcestershire could hardly have hoped for a better morning, with Yorkshire 60-2 in reply to Worcestershire's 311 all out.

    Fit again Gareth Andrew with an aggressive 59 helped them to the third batting point before Jack Brooks with 5/65 polished Worcestershire off.

    Charles Morris accounted for William Rhodes, before Tom Fell at third slip took a superb catch off the bowling of Andrew to see off Cheteshwar Pujara on his debut for a duck.

    Full scorecard

  60. World Championship qualifiers

    Snooker

    Some entertaining matches going on at Ponds Forge in Sheffield as the players battle it in qualifying out to reach the main stages of the World Championship.

    Six-time runner-up Jimmy White leads Matt Selt 5-2, while Belgian Luca Brecel is on the comeback trail, winning three in-a-row to trail Andrew Higginson 5-3.

    Kurt Maflin leads six-times champion Steve Davis 5-0, while Robert Milkins,Robin Hull and Gary Wilson all lead.

  61. 'Intense discussions'

    Formula 1

    Nico Rosberg

    Nico Rosberg was not a happy with team-mate Lewis Hamilton's tactics during the China Grand Prix and let the world know after coming in second to his Mercedes team-mate in Sunday's race.

    Talks have now taken place to smooth things over and Rosberg says: "It was very intense after the race, but we had a very good sit-down and a good discussion.

    "There was a lot of constructive criticism and now for everyone it is a thing of the past. We move on to Bahrain."

  62. Get Involved

    BBC Sport Facebook

    With Manchester City's league title defence in tatters and the club set to end the season without a trophy, we're asking whether their manager Manuel Pellegrini should stay or go?

    Let us know via Twitter using #bbcsportsday and via the BBC Sport Facebook page. Here are some of your replies...

    Paul Smith: He should be able to rebuild this summer. Did United sack Fergie when they didn't win a title or trophy one year? You need stability at a club. But the way things are in football now, he will probably be sacked, and whoever they get in will be gone next season unless they win the title or champs league, if they even qualify...

    Paul Farwell: It's time that the players started to take some responsibility. I think this City team will be broken up now

    Kirsty Munn: I will be very surprised if they keep him, I don't agree with managers getting the sack all the time however he hasn't got the best out of the players. We need to strengthen our defence and get some players in, look at the team yesterday and in the second half, there was no passion.

  63. Which Man City players should go?

    Phil McNulty

    BBC chief football writer

    "The odd contribution apart, this has been a season of under-achievement for a gifted individual who should contribute so much more than he does. This has mirrored City's season and it may be patience has run out."

    Verdict: Served his purpose at City and would not be a huge loss if a good fee can be recouped.

    Who is Phil talking about? Find out by reading more here.

  64. 'Prosecute near-miss cyclists'

    Road Cycling

    Cyclists

    This is an interesting one... The French state railway company SNCF has called for police action against cyclists in the Paris-Roubaix spring classic who crossed tracks with a safety barrier down, seconds before a high speed train arrived.

    The incident happened at a crossing in northern France during Sunday's race.

    The SNCF has issued a statement calling for "several riders" to be prosecuted for acting "against all safety rules". Race organisers have said the seven riders could not stop in time.

    "Millions of television viewers saw live this extremely serious and irresponsible action which could have been tragic," said SNCF.

    Watch the video of the dramatic incident

  65. Blues need to improve

    Rugby Union

    Wales captain Sam Warburton says Cardiff Blues will need to be at their best to beat Welsh rivals Ospreys in the Pro12 at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday, 25 April.

    Flanker Warburton, 26, was skipper as 10th-placed Blues were thrashed 36-17 away in Glasgow on Friday.

    Title challengers Ospreys won 33-13 away at Italian side Treviso.

    "It's going to take a huge performance to get a result - one of our best of the season," said Warburton.

  66. FA Women's Cup semi-final draw

    Football

    Chelsea will face Manchester City in the semi-finals of the FA Women's Cup.

    The Blues, who currently sit top of Women's Super League One, knocked out holders Arsenal on Sunday, while City beat 2012 winners Birmingham City.

    In the other tie, last year's beaten finalists Everton, the lowest-ranked side left in the competition, will face WSL 1 side Notts County.

    Everton beat third-tier Charlton on penalties in their quarter-final, while Notts County thrashed Aston Villa 5-1.

    Read the full story here

  67. Get involved

    #bbcsportsday

    With Manchester City's league title defence in tatters and the club set to end the season without a trophy, we're asking whether their manager Manuel Pellegrini should stay or go?

    Let us know via Twitter using #bbcsportsday and via the BBC Sport Facebook page. Here are some of your replies...

    henry brittain: I'd give Pellegrini one more year, then get Pep when his contract at Bayern runs out.

    George Powell: Pellegrini won the title last season, players like Mangala need time to settle in. Pellegrini to stay.

    Myles: No-one wants to play for MCFC the way players want to play for Liverpool & MUFC. They need players who actually support City.

  68. Are the players playing for Pellegrini?

    Football

    Manchester City players during the defeat by Manchester United

    There's a lot of focus on the Manchester City players for their part in the club's recent poor form and their performance in the 4-2 derby loss to Manchester United on Sunday.

    Asked if the players were still playing for City boss Manuel Pellegrini, BBC Sport football pundit Phil Neville tells MOTD3: "I think they are.

    "The problem I see with Man City is that everyone keeps seeing it in the big games, tactically they get it wrong. They play 4-4-2, they get outnumbered in midfield, everybody sees it but they haven't changed it.

    "For a period in the game on Sunday they did, they played James Milner in midfield, they looked solid, they looked like they were strong, and then they lose a goal.

    "All of a sudden they get ragged, they lose their discipline, they lose their shape and, for me, that's the biggest worry, that under extreme pressure and when things go wrong they folded a little bit and if I was Pellegrini I'd be really concerned about that."

  69. World Championship qualifiers

    Snooker

    Jimmy White is keeping alive his hopes of not only reaching the World Championship but finally winning it too as he leads Matt Selt 4-1 in the best-out-of-19 qualifier.

    Not such good news for Steve Davis, as he is 4-0 down to Norway's Kurt Maflin and Belgian Luca Brecel is 5-0 down to Andrew Higginson.

  70. Muirhead's rink complete Grand Slam

    Curling

    Eve Muirhead

    Eve Muirhead's rink secured their second grand slam triumph of the season by winning the Players' Championship in Toronto.

    Muirhead, along with Anna Sloan, Vicki Adams and Sarah Reid, defeated Russian skip Anna Sidorova's rink 4-2 in Sunday's final.

    "It's been a season of inconsistencies but we just really dug in," said Sloan. "It showed that we are a strong side and that we're here to compete."

    This Players' Championship crown adds to Team Muirhead's win at the Colonial Square Ladies Classic in November.

  71. Boss says Guernsey have under achieved

    Football

    Guernsey FC have underachieved this season according to manager Tony Vance.

    The Green Lions went down 1-0 at home to Hythe Town in their penultimate game at Footes Lane to stay 10th in the Isthmian League Division One South.

    "We had some good possession but didn't do the right things to break them down and when we did break them down we weren't ruthless enough," Vance told BBC Radio Guernsey.

    "That's why we've finished where we have, we've underachieved this season."

  72. FA Women's Cup semi-final draw

    Women's Football

    The four names left in the pot have been drawn, and here is how they line up:

    Chelsea Ladies v Manchester City Women

    Everton Ladies v Notts County Ladies.

    Ties to be played on Sunday 3 May

  73. Get Involved

    #bbcsportsday

    With Manchester City's league title defence in tatters and the club set to end the season without a trophy, we're asking whether their manager Manuel Pellegrini should stay or go?

    Let us know via Twitter using #bbcsportsday and via the BBC Sport Facebook page. Here are some of your replies...

    James McShannock: Outplayed, outmanoeuvred, outscored, outsung, simply United.

    Andy Gaffney: Pellegrini should be given more time to rebuild, another manager and more money isn't the answer here

    Sadiq Faruk: Can't operate on a Chelsea-like basis, patience is key, only closing in on our first title in five years Pellegrini needs time

  74. Awford leaves Portsmouth

    Football

    More on the departure of Portsmouth manager Andy Awford...

    The 42-year-old, a former Pompey defender, replaced Richie Barker in March 2014 and won five out of six games, with the other drawn, to steer Pompey to League Two safety.

    But this season has been more of a struggle for the 2008 FA Cup winners and their minimal League Two play-off hopes were ended by a 3-1 defeat at Morecambe on Saturday.

    In a statement, Pompey said: "The club would like to place on record their sincere thanks for Andy's efforts - his service to Pompey is immeasurable."

  75. Manager Awford leaves Portsmouth

    Football

    Andy Awford has left his position as Portsmouth manager by mutual consent with the club 14th in League Two.

    Assistant manager Gary Waddock has been placed in temporary charge until the end of the season with four games left of the current campaign.

  76. Phillip Hughes tribute

    Cricket

    Put out your bats

    A lovely tribute for Phillip Hughes. Nepal's record breaking climber Chhurim Sherpa is to climb Mount Everest and raise the Australian's bat to the heavens at the point where the earth meets the sky.

    It is symbolic as it will be the culmination of the 'put out your bats' gesture that generated interest around the world in the wake of the cricketer's death in November 2014.

    Chhurim entered the Guinness Book of World Records in 2012 as the first female mountaineer to successfully scale Mount Everest twice in the same climbing season.

    Read the full article here

  77. 'Concentrate on cricket'

    Cricket

    England captain Alastair Cook (left) and coach Peter Moores

    Kevin Pietersen might be dominating the headlines but England captain Alastair Cook has ordered his side to concentrate on cricket and nothing else as they begin a punishing run of 14 Test matches in 10 months.

    Cook's team face West Indies on Monday in the first of three Tests, starting at 15:00 BST, during an uncertain period in English cricket and after a disastrous World Cup.

    West Indian batting legend Sir Viv Richards believes it is "a great opportunity to take England down".

    But Cook said: "We must concentrate on what we control, which is the cricket."

  78. Spieth has McIlroy in sights

    Golf

    Jordan Spieth (left) and Rory McIlroy

    Masters champion Jordan Spieth says he is relishing a future rivalry with Rory McIlroy after winning his first major.

    Spieth, 21, broke several scoring records in his four-stroke victory over Justin Rose and Phil Mickelson to claim the only major McIlroy is yet to win.

    "He's got four majors, something I can only dream about," said Spieth, who finished six shots clear of McIlroy.

    "I look forward to getting in the heat of the moment with him a few more times in the near future."

  79. Olympic bid for Paris

    Athletics

    The City Hall of Paris officially backed a likely bid for the 2024 Summer Olympic Games after a vote by the City Council on Monday.

    It is now up to the French National Olympic Committee to formally declare the candidacy before the 15 September deadline.

    Paris, which last hosted the Summer Games in 1924, lost bids to stage the 1992, 2008 and 2012 Olympics.

    Boston, Hamburg and Rome have already launched their bids for the 2024 Games.

  80. Get Involved

    BBC Sport Facebook

    With Manchester City's league title defence in tatters and the club set to end the season without a trophy, we're asking whether their manager Manuel Pellegrini should stay or go?

    Let us know via Twitter using #bbcsportsday and via the BBC Sport Facebook page. Here are some of your replies...

    Matt Black: They need to get rid of their technical director, he is the one who has been in charge of recruitment and has failed to build on the squad, expensive signings which haven't worked out and no good young talent coming through means he should bear the brunt of it

    Billy Crole: Pellegrini isn't at fault. The money grabbing sulking players like Toure etc are at fault. Their attitude and commitment is shocking.

    Damian Prendergast: One bad half of a campaign and it's time to get rid nowadays, it's ridiculous. Everyone dips in form now and again, City are still a dangerous side and everyone knows it

  81. 'Pellegrini looks worried'

    Football

    Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini

    Manchester City's loss at Manchester United consigned them to five away defeats on the trot as they have gone out of the Champions League to Barcelona and seen their Premier League title defence fall away.

    BBC Sport pundit Trevor Sinclair: "Pellegrini looks worried to me. The results haven't been good enough for Manchester City - the size of the club now, they expect to be challenging every year and to fall away as they have done this season is very poor.

    "The tactics haven't been great but the players have got to take responsibility as well. They've not performed."

  82. County Championship - day two

    Cricket

    Jack Brooks

    The County Championship season began yesterday, and champions Yorkshire made a solid start to the defence of their title at Worcestershire.

    Worcestershire will resume on 264-8 this morning, against a Yorkshire side significantly weakened as they have six players on international duty with England.

    Elsewhere in Division One, Sussex are 300-6 against Hampshire, Notts are 298-9 against Middlesex at Lord's, and Durham will begin on 98-2 after dismissing Somerset for 298 at Taunton.

    There are also two matches in Division Two - Leicestershire v Glamorgan and Northants v Gloucestershire.

    Listen to ball-by-ball commentary of every Championship match on the BBC Sport website and via the BBC Sport app.

  83. World Championship qualifiers

    Snooker

    Jimmy White

    The World Championship starts at the Crucible in Sheffield on Saturday, but qualifying for the tournament is still taking place.

    In action this morning is six-time runner-up Jimmy White, who still feels he can win the event at the age of 52. He plays Matt Selt in the second qualifying round.

    Fellow veteran Steve Davis, the Belgian Bullet Luca Brecel and former taxi driver Gary Wilson are all in action too.

  84. Football

    Football

    A cigarette lighter can clearly be seen striking Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic

    The incident about which the FA will be contacting QPR and Chelsea about happened as Cesc Fabregas and his Blues team-mates celebrated the 88th-minute winner.

    Coins and plastic bottles were among objects thrown from the home stands and defender Branislav Ivanovic grabbed his neck in pain after being hit.

  85. FA to contact QPR and Chelsea

    Football

    The Football Association will be contacting QPR and Chelsea after Branislav Ivanovic was struck on the head by a cigarette lighter thrown from a section of home supporters at Loftus Road on Sunday.

    Chelsea won the game 1-0 thanks to a late Cesc Fabregas goal.

  86. Homes Under the Hammer

    Dion Dublin

    A different type of debut for former Premier League defender/striker Dion Dublin today, as he appears on Homes Under the Hammer for the first time.

    It's a confident start from the big man, can he continue the form throughout the programme?

    Switch to BBC One now to find out...

  87. Get Involved

    #bbcsportsday

    With Manchester City's league title defence in tatters and the club set to end the season without a trophy, we're asking whether their manager Manuel Pellegrini should stay or go?

    Let us know via Twitter using #bbcsportsday and via the BBC Sport Facebook page. Here are some of your replies...

    Sammy pine: He's got to go. his tactics against the big teams havent worked, his purchases have been woeful, team lacks flare and spirit.

    Peterwari Soberekon: About six months ago, I was driving on the 'VAN GAAL OUT' bandwagon... But look at what he's turned an ordinary club to now?

    Alex McMahon: He should go. Considering the talent/money that MCFC have, this is a 'Moyes-esque' title defence.

  88. 'Looking over their shoulder'

    Football

    Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini

    More fallout from the derby. Manchester City were left fourth in the Premier League after their defeat by arch rivals Manchester United and are five points ahead of fifth-placed Southampton and seven in front of Liverpool, who have a game in hand.

    BBC Sport pundit Phil Neville: "The pressure is mounting massively [on Man City boss Manuel Pellegrini] because the results are going in the wrong direction.

    "His team have lost momentum, they are now looking over their shoulder maybe at Liverpool, who play against Newcastle. If they win that they are thinking can they catch Man City.

    "So going from a strength of can we win the league to now thinking can we finish in the top four, I don't think that's good enough for a club like Man City. With players they've got. The players aren't performing but I think the manager sometimes, particularly with his tactics, are letting his team down."

  89. Formula 1

    Andrew Benson

    BBC Sport chief F1 writer

    "The disagreement between the Mercedes drivers comes two weeks after Rosberg felt moved to deny in Malaysia that he had deliberately blocked his team-mate on a qualifying lap.

    "Then, the team made it clear they felt Rosberg had done nothing wrong; in China, team boss Toto Wolff acknowledged the alleged backing-up incident would need to be discussed internally.

    "It is the latest in a series of flash points in the staccato feud between Hamilton and Rosberg that has bubbled away pretty much since they became team-mates at the start of 2013, and which exploded properly at various points of their title duel last year."

    Read more from Andrew here.

  90. Hamilton v Rosberg row

    Formula 1

    Lewis Hamilton (left) and Nico Rosberg

    It's kicked off again. Lewis Hamilton claimed victory in Sunday's China Grand Grand Prix but his second-placed team-mate Nico Rosberg was not happy in the manner the Briton achieved his victory.

    The German felt race Hamilton was driving unnecessarily slowly, backing him up into the chasing Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel.

    Rosberg said it was "frustrating" and put them under "unnecessary pressure".

    Hamilton responded to the accusation he had done it on purpose by saying: "That's absolutely not the case."

  91. FA Women's Cup draw

    Women's Football

    The FA WSL / Twitter

    Just to flag something up for later this morning. The FA Women's Cup semi-final draw takes place at 11:30 BST.

    Manchester City, Chelsea, Everton and Notts County are the four names left in the bag as they look to secure a final place at Wembley.

  92. Stunning Spieth

    Golf

    Jordan Spieth
  93. McIlroy rues slow Augusta start

    Golf

    Rory McIlroy

    Some more reaction from the Masters. World number one Rory McIlroy believes a disappointing opening 27 holes at Augusta prevented him from contending for a first Masters victory.

    The Northern Ireland player, who finished fourth after an impressive final-round 66, would have completed a career Grand Slam with a win in the season's first major.

    McIlroy praised Jordan Spieth, who equalled the lowest score in Masters history to secure his first major.

    Watch the video here

  94. Team GB in action

    Ice Hockey

    Great Britain begin their World Championship (Division 1B) campaign today as they take on Croatia in the tournament's first game.

    The game starts at 12:30 BST and GB head coach Pete Russell says: "Croatia will be very good indeed, they have a great team.

    "We didn't do so well against them last year but we know what to expect this time around.

    "The boys are prepared and ready to go. I am sure they are nervous and excited but I would be more worried if they weren't."

  95. Get involved

    #bbcsportsday

    With Manchester City's league title defence in tatters and the club set to end the season without a trophy, we're asking whether their manager Manuel Pellegrini should stay or go?

    Let us know via Twitter using #bbcsportsday and via the BBC Sport Facebook page. Here are some of your replies...

    A$AP Ricky: Unlike Mourinho/Ferguson, Pellegrini is unable to get his players fired up after winning a title the previous season.

    Lawrence Gartshore: Man City's team reminds me of the Alex Ferguson Team in his last season - all 30 and past their prime.

    Rezaa Sait: Pellegrini must go. Predictable tactics. The midfield of Toure and Fernandinho has faded and he doesnt know a second formation.

  96. What the papers say

    Guardian

    The Guardian, like many, has the stories involving Manuel Pellegrini, Lewis Hamilton and Kevin Pietersen dominating its ensemble on the front of its sport pull-out.

    It also covers Sir Bradley Wiggins drawing the curtain on his Team Sky career with 18th place in the prestigious Paris-Roubaix one-day race.

  97. 'Given a lifeline'

    Cricket

    Kevin Pietersen

    Talking of Pietersen, he says is in the best form of his career after starting his bid for an England recall with 170 for Surrey against Oxford MCCU.

    Pietersen's 149-ball innings at The Parks featured 24 fours and two sixes.

    "I've been given a lifeline," Pietersen told BBC Sport. "I'm batting as well as I've ever batted in my career."

  98. What the papers say

    The Times

    The back page of The Times focuses on the row between Chinese Grand Prix winner Lewis Hamilton and his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg as well as carrying a picture of Kevin Pietersen, who scored 170 for Surrey against Oxford MCCU on Sunday.

  99. Gossip hit

    Football

    Former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini is set to try to sign three players from his old club in the summer, with midfielders Samir Nasri, 27, Yaya Toure, 31, and James Milner, 29, on his wanted list. (Daily Mail)

    West Ham are reportedly preparing to offer £10m for Arsenal's Carl Jenkinson, 23, and beat Liverpool to the right back's signature. (Daily Star)

    Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has agreed to finance a £10m bid to sign QPR striker Charlie Austin, 25. (The Sun - subscription only)

  100. What the papers say

    Independent

    Continuing our scout around the papers, the Independent sports section is dominated by the big hair of Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini as he celebrates during his side's win over rivals Manchester City.

  101. Get involved

    #bbcsportsday

    Jordan Spieth became the second-youngest champion in Masters history as he won the tournament at the tender age of 21 years and 259 days.

    What were you doing at 21? That's from a sporting perspective before you start sending in all sorts of weird and wonderful responses!! How good were you at sport and did you fulfil your promise?

    Let us know via Twitter using #bbcsportsday and via the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  102. Golf

    Jordan Spieth (right) gets the green jacket from last year's winner Bubba Watson

    Jordan Spieth equalled the lowest winning score in Masters history to cap a record-breaking display at Augusta and win his first major.

    The 21-year-old American, second on his debut last year, shot a two-under 70 in his final round to triumph on 18 under and claim the famous green jacket.

    Spieth's win also helped him become the new world number two.

  103. What the papers say

    Daily Express

    Unsurprisingly, the Manchester derby is dominating plenty of the back pages.

    The Daily Express focuses on Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini taking the blame for his side's poor form.

  104. Get involved

    #bbcsportsday

    Manchester City's defeat by their derby rivals Manchester United left them fourth in the Premier League as the defence of their title lay in tatters.

    Having already been dumped out of the Champions League and FA Cup, they are set for a trophyless season so we're asking whether their manager Manuel Pellegrini should stay or go?

    Let us know via Twitter using #bbcsportsday and via the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  105. Man City slump

    I'm struggling to know where to start. Mmmmmm...right, I've decided.

    It's a sunny morning in Manchester (yes, the sun does venture out here) and as Old Trafford is round the corner we'll go for the Manchester derby first. Sorry Manchester City fans!!

    Anyway, City went one-up but were beaten 4-2 by a United side on the march. Sergio Aguero might have put the visitors ahead but Ashley Young, Marouane Fellaini, Juan Mata and Chris Smalling scored for the Red Devils before Aguero got his second.

    Manchester City
  106. Soak it up

    There is plenty to get your teeth stuck into today whether it's football, cricket, golf, Formula 1, horse racing, and so on and so on. We'll also bring you what the back pages are saying.

    So, rub the sleep from you eyes, get some brekkie down you - because as we're constantly told it's the most important meal of the day - and satisfy whatever craving for sporting chat you have right here.

  107. Hello

    The reverberations from the Manchester derby, Jordan Spieth winning the Masters at 21 plus the Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg rivalry reigniting are just some of the items on the Sportsday agenda today.

    A hearty good morning and welcome to Monday's edition.

    Manchester United 4-2 Manchester City