That's all from us for one night, folks.
Join that man Steve Canavan bright and early at 08:00 BST on Tuesday for more of the same.
That's all from us for one night, folks.
Join that man Steve Canavan bright and early at 08:00 BST on Tuesday for more of the same.
That draw has thrown up some interesting games, then.
Holders Leeds Rhinos will face Super League rivals Huddersfield Giants, while the lowest ranked side York City Knights will travel to top-flight St Helens.
And there's a nice trip to France for Featherstone Rovers as they place Catalans Dragons.
The ties will be played on the weekend of 15, 16 and 17 May.
Widnes v Batley Bulldogs
Leeds Rhinos v Huddersfield Giants
Hull FC v Castleford Tigers
Wigan Warriors v Hull KR
Catalans Dragons v Featherstone Rovers
St Helens v York City Knights
Wakefield v Leigh Centurions
Dewsbury v Warrington
Wigan legend Shaun Edwards and ex-Bradford, Leeds and Salford centre Nathan McAvoy are building up to the draw.
Watch it live now on Sportsday on the BBC News Channel.
If your team is in the draw, you can find your lucky numbers via this link.
Super League sides Hull FC, Hull KR and Wakefield all made it past round five, and they are now joined by the remaining eight top-flight clubs from last season.
Wigan Warriors legend and rugby union coach Shaun Edwards has been answering your questions ahead of the Challenge Cup sixth round draw, which is live on Sportsday and on the BBC News Channel from 18:30 BST.
Check out the full Q&A here.
Edwards will be joined for the draw by former London Bronco Tulsen Tollett and ex-Salford, Bradford, Leeds and Wigan centre Nathan McAvoy.
And you can see all the weekend's action on the Super League Show on BBC One at 23:25 BST (North East & Cumbria, North West, Yorks & Lincs, Yorkshire only)
Millwall caretaker manager Neil Harris says the pressure is off his side in the Championship relegation battle.
The Lions will move to within a point of safety if they beat Blackburn Rovers on Tuesday evening.
"It is a big hurdle to get to the 40-point mark and once you do that, teams above you start looking over their shoulders," he told BBC London 94.9.
"They know we are coming. We have been in no-man's land for a while and are slowly edging our way back into it."
Midfielder Jess Fishlock thinks Wales have been handed a tough draw in the 2017 Women's European Championship qualifiers.
Wales will play in group eight along with 2013 runners-up Norway, Austria, Israel and Kazakhstan.
"Norway and Austria are going to be difficult and Israel and Kazakhstan are extremely difficult places to go and play," Fishlock told BBC Wales Sport.
You can find out the full draw here.
Glamorgan fast bowler Michael Hogan is set to return from injury for their next County Championship match against Derbyshire on 3 May.
Hogan, 33 - the county's 2014 player of the year - hurt a hamstring playing for Western Australia and has missed Glamorgan's first two fixtures.
Bristol City are ready to compete in "the division of death" following their promotion to the Championship, says owner Stephen Lansdown.
The Robins drew with Coventry on Saturday to seal the League One title.
"It is the division of death because of the teams coming down from the Premier League with big parachute payments," Lansdown, 62, told BBC Points West.
"But if you get a good team spirit together and invest in the right way you can compete."
While we're talking about the egg-shaped ball.....
A reminder that the Challenge Cup draw for round six is taking place this evening at 18:30 BST on BBC News Channel and here on Sportsday.
The trophy has already arrived at BBC Sport HQ:
Castleford Tigers have announced the signing of prop forward Ryan Bailey on a deal until the end of the season.
The 31-year-old was released by Hull KR last month after a single appearance for the club, having previously played over 300 games for Leeds Rhinos.
"I want to put my reputation behind me now and start afresh and I hope the fans here get behind me," said Bailey, whose contract includes an option to extend it for a further two years at the end of the current campaign.
Aston Villa's Ron Vlaar has said his side need to stay focused after their FA Cup semi-final win.
Villa beat Liverpool 2-1 to seal a place in the FA Cup final against Arsenal on 30 May, but Vlaar said league survival was still the priority.
"We have to be careful - we can enjoy the moment but from Tuesday we focus again on the next game," he told BBC Midlands Today following the victory.
Tim Sherwood's side are 15th, four points above the relegation places.
England's Mark Davis is 4-0 up against an out-of-sorts Ding Junhui in Sheffield.
Can China's number one pull it back to get past the first round?
Watch all the action on the BBC Sport website and the red button.
Or if football debate is more your thing, join Mark Chapman for the Monday Night Club with Robbie Savage, Steve Claridge and Amy Lawrence.
You can listen live on BBC Radio 5Live from 19:00 BST.
Anyone from Monday night cricket? Phil Tufnell and Michael Vaughan will be on BBC Radio 5Live tonight with cricket news and discussion ahead of England's second Test against the West Indies.
Listen from 20:30 BST on radio, digital TV and online.
Just in case you missed it, Garth Crooks has been hard at work putting together his team of the week.
Here it is - and you'll find the full article here.
A busy day on the racing front with action this afternoon at Hexham, Kempton and Pontefract, ahead of the Cork, Newton Abbot and Windsor evening meetings.
You can check out all the latest racing results on the BBC Sport website.
There's a common grievance running in our debate on the Football League's team of the decade....
Dave Ivermee: Not a single player (or manager) from the #ReadingFC team that got 106 points (the most ever)? Crazy.
Robin Hinton: Can you believe that? Not one #ReadingFC player in the team despite winning the league in 2011/12.
Scott Whiting: No #ReadingFC players even though they broke the points record and then finished 8th in the Prem?
Dundee have signed Aberdeen midfielder Nicky Low on a pre-contract agreement.
Low, who has made 37 appearances for the Dons, mostly from the bench, has agreed a three-year deal with Dundee.
Crystal Palace striker Glenn Murray has revealed he was told the club wasn't the right place for him by former boss Neil Warnock.
In an interview with Four Four Two magazine, Murray - who has scored six goals in as many games since returning from a loan spell at Reading - said: "When I had a private conversation with the gaffer [Warnock] he told me that Palace wasn't the place for me to be.
"I decided it was best to go to Reading. I wanted to play."
Murray added: "It's just great to be playing a run of games again and getting my name on the scoresheet. I never wanted to leave the club in the summer."
A year ago, a 3-2 win at Norwich left Liverpool five points clear at the top of the Premier League table with three games remaining.
We all know what happened next - and fast forward 12 months and the club's FA Cup semi-final defeat means Brendan Rodgers will become the first Anfield boss since the 1950s not to win a trophy in his first three seasons in charge.
BBC Sport's Neil Johnston has asked former players John Scales and Mark Lawrenson and ex-boss Roy Evans what they make of the situation.
It's a fascinating read, you'll find it here.
Manchester Thunder hope to make the Manchester Arena their permanent home, says head coach Tracey Neville.
Thunder attracted a club-record crowd of over 4,000 at the venue as they lost to Hertfordshire Mavericks in the Superleague semi-final on Saturday.
Last year's champions, who were unbeaten before the loss to Mavericks, currently play at Wright Robinson Sports College.
"This event today was unreal. I was so surprised and honoured to be part of it," Neville told BBC Sport. "I hope this is where netballing is evolving and this is our home venue for the rest of our lives."
Daily Mail: Real Madrid and Manchester City target Asmir Begovic, 27, is a key player for Stoke City according to manager Mark Hughes, who is determined to keep the goalkeeper at the Britannia Stadium.
Got a spare 10 minutes?
Then may we recommend this article about why no-one should get too carried away by Lewis Hamilton's hot start to the season and assume the Mercedes driver already has the drivers' championship in the bag.
In 1973, for instance, Lotus driver Emerson Fittipaldi's began brilliantly with three wins in the first four races. But the Brazilian managed only four more podiums in the next 11 races and ended the season 16 points adrift of champion Jackie Stewart.
It's happened to others too, including Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost. The full article is here.
A 25-year-old fly-half has died after suffering a head injury while making a tackle for his Australian club side.
Quirindi Lions' Nick Tooth was airlifted to hospital after a clash of heads against Narrabri Blue Boars on Saturday, and died despite surgery.
"There was no foul play, nothing untoward about it at all. Sadly it was just a very tragic accident," club president Charles Murray told ABC, Australia's public broadcaster. "He was a lovely kid."
BBC Radio Solent's Kevan James reports from Birmingham, with Warwickshire 221-7 at tea, trailing Hampshire by 98 runs.
"A better session from Warwickshire thanks mainly to Tim Ambrose (73*).
"They scored 129-2 between the breaks ensuring they first saved the follow on, and now can close in on the Hampshire total.
"Hampshire's razor-sharp catching from the morning session failed them this afternoon. Liam Dawson couldn't hold on to a difficult low catch at second slip when Ambrose had 35. Will Smith almost held on to a sharp chance at gulley, although Rikki Clarke was out soon after. "
BBC Leeds' Dave Callaghan at Trent Bridge, where Yorkshire are 140-1 from 49 overs at tea, trailing Nottinghamshire by 288 runs.
"This is proving to be tense battle with bat in charge of ball. Notts were eventually bowled out for 428 with Alex Hales registering a magnificent 236.
"Yorkshire have made a spirited reply. They lost young opener Will Rhodes for a useful 41, but Cheteshwar Pujara (31) and Alex Lees (68) have put together a decent partnership."
Here are the headlines so far today:
Football: A record 40 managers across the top four English divisions had been dismissed by the end of March, according to new research published by the League Managers Association.
Women's football: Manchester City Ladies midfielder Jill Scott will serve a three-match ban following her headbutt in Sunday's 1-0 defeat by Arsenal.
Snooker: World number five Barry Hawkins reached the World Championship second round with victory in a final-frame decider against qualifier Matthew Selt, who had battled back from 9-4 down to 9-9.
Rugby/Cricket: There have been two deaths in the sporting world, both in horribly freak fashion. Nick Tooth, a 25-year-old fly-half, died after a clash of heads as he made a tackle for Australian club side Quirindi Lions. In India, promising young cricketer Ankit Keshri, 20, died after colliding with a team-mate as they both attempted to take a catch in a club game.
BBC Radio Wales's Nick Webb with updates from Glamorgan v Surrey in Cardiff:
"Glamorgan reached the tea interval on 21 for no wicket, in reply to Surrey's mammoth 563-7 declaration.
"Steven Davies struck a chanceless career best 200 not out off 290 balls with 23 fours, sharing 50 partnerships with Jason Roy and Tom Curran.
"Glamorgan were left 12 overs to bat before tea, with Jacques Rudolph and James Kettleborough surviving a few false shots to reach their first objective."
Moeen Ali's likely return to the England team completes an "exciting" and explosive middle order for England, says vice-captain Ian Bell.
The all-rounder could replace James Tredwell, who injured his arm in the drawn first Test against West Indies, and would bat at number eight in the second Test in Grenada.
"Mo is a quality batter and bowler so we will have to fit him in somewhere," said Bell. "With Joe Root, Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler, that is an exciting lower order."
West Indies hung on for a draw in the opening game of the three-match series despite off-spinner Tredwell taking five wickets in the match.
You know how we said Neil Robertson's first round Crucible match with Jamie Jones was unlikely to last much longer?
We were right. It's all over. The Aussie wrapped up the first three frames of the afternoon session to win 10-2
In case you missed it, Mark Lawrenson and Jason Roberts joined presenter Mark Chapman on Match of the Day 3 to discuss this weekend's Premier League talking points.
Have Chelsea offered 'substance over style' this season and will outgoing Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp head to the English top-flight?
Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure, 31, says he has been hurt by recent criticism of him in the media, according to the Manchester Evening News.
Leeds United president Massimo Cellino has denied telling six Leeds United players to go on strike before Saturday's 2-1 loss to Charlton Athletic, reports The Sun.
The paper says Mirco Antenucci, Giuseppe Bellusci, Dario del Fabro, Marco Silvestri, Souleymane Doukara and Edgar Cani pulled out of Saturday's 2-1 Charlton loss at short notice, insisting they were injured.
Neil Robertson is a frame away from booking his place in the second round of the World Snooker Championship.
The Australian, who took a 7-2 advantage into his afternoon match against Welsh qualifier Jamie Jones, has claimed the first two frames in comfortable fashion to lead 9-2.
This one seems unlikely to last much longer. Follow all the action here.
Leigh Centurions are capable of playing in Super League, as shown by their Challenge Cup win over Salford, according to head coach Paul Rowley.
The Championship side, who extended their winning run to 21 games, beat Salford 22-18 in the fifth round.
Leigh are top of the league and favourites for a top-flight return.
"Anyone who doubted and thought it was pie in the sky and we had no chance, it's answered that question," Rowley told BBC Radio Manchester. "We're capable."
Liverpool defender Kolo Toure insists a "sad" Steven Gerrard will deal with the reality of being denied a fairytale FA Cup final farewell.
"Of course we wanted to do very well for the last game of Stevie for the club but at the end of the day, we wanted to do it for the fans because this club deserves to have a trophy," said Toure.
"He (Gerrard) is fine. Of course he is sad, like all the dressing room, but he has been in this game for a long time and he knows how to deal with these situations."
Liverpool's defeat by Aston Villa denied Gerrard a Cup Final appearance on his 35th birthday on what would have been his very last appearance for his boyhood club.
England lock Joe Launchbury is hopeful of making his comeback in Wasps' Premiership clash with Leicester on 9 May.
Launchbury has been sidelined since October because of a nerve problem caused by a bulging disc in his neck.
"I'm approaching six months out of the game, so it's been a long time. Now I'm approaching sort of the crunch time of the rehab." Launchbury said.
If fit he is a certainty to make England's World Cup squad. "The World Cup has been the biggest carrot throughout this injury," the 24-year-old added.
Daily Mirror: Stoke striker Peter Crouch, 34, is wanted by Australian club Newcastle Jets. Crouch, out of contract in June 2017, has scored seven Premier League goals for the Potters this season.
The draw for the qualifying phase of the 2017 Women's European Championship in Netherlands has been held.
England, who are ranked sixth in the world, will play against Belgium, Serbia, Bosnia-Hercegovina and Estonia.
Wales's group includes 2013 runners-up Norway, while Northern Ireland will have to play a Switzerland side that has qualified for the 2015 World Cup.
Scotland's opponents include Iceland and Belarus, with Republic of Ireland in the same group as Spain and Finland.
Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood has already begun the mind games ahead of the FA Cup Final, claiming all the pressure will be on Arsenal.
The teams meet on 30 May at Wembley and after two defeats at the hands of the Gunners this season - losing 3-0 and 5-0 - Sherwood said: "We will be the underdogs. The pressure is on Arsenal as they are the holders.
"It'll be a great occasion for the football club but nothing is won yet. We need to secure our safety and then come back and take the game to Arsenal."
The FA bans Jill Scott for three matches following her head butt on Arsenal defender Jade Bailey.
Scott will miss Manchester City's FA Cup semi-final v Chelsea on 4 May, as well as league fixtures against Liverpool and Chelsea.
She will now not play a competitive match before this summer's World Cup which starts on 6 June. However, England have a friendly against World Cup hosts Canada on 29 May which Scott will be available for.
Portsmouth chief executive Mark Catlin says there is "significantly more interest" in the managerial position at Fratton Park compared to their last search for a new boss in 2013.
However, he confirmed they may wait until the end of May to appoint a successor to Andy Awford.
"Personally I think it would be worth waiting a few weeks to get the right man," Catlin told BBC Radio Solent.
Sheffield Steelers have sacked coach Gerad Adams despite the Canadian leading them to the Elite League title.
The 36-year-old also guided Steelers to the Challenge Cup final and play-off showpiece last season, losing to Cardiff Devils and Coventry Blaze respectively.
Matthew Selt has just tweeted after losing to Barry Hawkins in Sheffield:
Selt came back from 9-4 down to draw 9-9, but 2013 runner-up Hawkins wrapped up the first-round win in the deciding frame.
Barry Hawkins has been speaking to BBC Sport about his narrow 10-9 first-round win over Matthew Selt at the World Championship:
"Fair play to Matt, he played some great stuff and put me under pressure but I don't feel like I was squandering chances.
"To come through like that is a great feeling and I am delighted.
"There is nothing worse than when someone is coming back at you like that and they are growing in confidence. It is a horrible place to be. I was pushed all the way but played some good stuff."
The results are in.....
This should cheer Brendan Rodgers up: more than half of you reckon he'll still be in the Anfield hotseat next season.
A quarter of you think it'll be Jurgen Klopp. Wishful thinking, Liverpool fans?
Thanks for voting.
A record 40 managers across the top four English divisions had been dismissed by the end of March, according to new research published by the League Managers Association.
The highest previous figure up to the same point in the season was the 36 dismissals in the 2012-13 campaign. The total of 16 dismissals in this season's Championship was four up on the previous high of 12, also during the 2012-13 season.
The LMA says that if the trend continues the previous record of 46 for a full season, set in 2006-07, will be exceeded.
Mark Robins was the first manager to lose his job this term - sacked after ONE game when Huddersfield lost 4-0 to Bournemouth on the opening day.
Ferrari are playing hard to get with driver Kimi Raikkonen.
They are holding off signing a new contract with the Finn, to ensure he stays motivated this season.
Raikkonen's deal runs out this year and Ferrari have an option to retain the 35-year-old alongside Sebastian Vettel in 2016.
Team boss Maurizio Arrivabene said: "He has demonstrated he's a great driver so if you're asking now if he deserves to renew the option, I'm going to say yes.
"But if I'm going to say yes, I don't want a driver to fall asleep."
Unbelievable. After Matthew Selt showed unbelievable pluck and courage to fight back from 9-4 down to 9-9, he's fallen at the final hurdle ... Barry Hawkins winning the final frame (75-7) to pinch an epic match 10-9.
A brilliant, valiant effort from Selt though - what a game.
Scottish referee Willie Collum has been handed one of the biggest appointments of his career after being told he will take charge of Wednesday's Champions League quarter-final between Monaco and Juventus.
The 36-year-old Glasgow official works as a religious education teacher.
Matthew Selt is having a stormer in Sheffield. He's gone from 9-4 down to 9-9 against Barry Hawkins in the World Championship first round.
Selt, from Nuneaton, has just notched a 94 break and it's now into the deciding frame.
You can watch all the action on the BBC Sport website and red button.
Steven Gerrard has accused his Liverpool team-mates of letting nerves affect them in their lacklustre FA Cup semi-final defeat against Aston Villa.
Reds captain Gerrard, who joins LA Galaxy in the close-season, and had been hoping for a victory to set up the prospect of a fairytale farewell in the final on his 35th birthday next month, told Talksport: "We didn't play, we looked very nervous for some reason.
"We're a team that's built on passing and playing it quickly but we were very disappointing in that aspect and they were much better than us.
"I thought Aston Villa were much better than us and that's the overriding feeling after the game."
Now that we've got through all the lunchtime updates, it's probably a good time to remind you you can listen to live ball-by-ball commentary of every County Championship game on the BBC Sport website and via the BBC Sport app.
BBC Radio Solent's Kevan James watching Warwickshire v Hampshire:
"This morning has very much belonged to Hampshire, after they claimed five wickets for 78 in two hours.
"The catching behind the stumps has been exemplary, led by keeper Adam Wheater, who took a low one-handed diving catch to get rid of Chopra (24) for the first wicket of the morning.
"Andre Adams also chipped in with his first Hampshire wicket on the stroke of lunch. The home side need 170 to avoid the follow on."
BBC Radio Kent's Matt Cole watching Essex v Kent:
"The morning belongs to Essex. Firstly digging themselves out of a huge hole at 69-7 to end up 164 all out. Graham Napier (57) and Jaik Mickleburgh (46) putting on a game-high 80 for the eighth wicket.
"Kent took a first innings lead of 29, but after being subjected to a nervy half-hour batting before lunch on a feisty pitch in the sunshine, they find themselves 12-2.
"Sixteen wickets fell on the first day, it won't be a surprise if the same happens today."
BBC Sport's George Riley on five-time winner Ronnie O'Sullivan, who starts his 2015 World Snooker Championship campaign on Tuesday against qualifer Craig Steadman: "Ronnie O at the Crucible today. V relaxed, care-free and chatty over lunch just now. Some good running tips too #bbcsnooker"
Pep Guardiola insists he will remain Bayern Munich's coach next season, despite reports he is set to take over at Manchester City when his current contract expires in June 2016.
"My future is: Wednesday free, Thursday training, and, of course, next year to be here. That's my future," said Guardiola, pictured here in this rather arty shot.
Guardiola, meanwhile, has work to do if Bayern are to remain in the Champions League. They host Porto on Tuesday needing to overturn a two-goal deficit after losing last week's quarter-final first leg 3-1 in Portugal.
BBC Sport's Elizabeth Ammon at Hove for Sussex v Worcestershire:
"Another glorious day in Hove, not a cloud in the sky and the deckchairs are heavily populated.
"There's plenty of pace and bounce in the pitch and a fast outfield. Matthew Hobden took two quick wickets in the first half an hour bowling from the sea end.
"Richard Oliver has played very responsibly despite been given two let offs after being dropped twice by Craig Cachopa. He and Alex Gidman have put on a 73-run partnership for the third wicket.
"It's a very good wicket here at the County Ground with something in it for both batsmen and bowlers which has produced an entertaining morning's cricket in front of a decent crowd."
BBC Leeds commentator Dave Callaghan at Nottinghamshire v Yorkshire:
"The first day saw Notts in control with Yorkshire coach Jason Gillespie admitting his team had bowled badly.
"But he would have been happier on the morning of day two as Yorkshire grabbed three wickets for 35 runs to dismiss the home side for 428.
"One of those to go was Alex Hales, who had played superbly for his 236. Steve Patterson was the pick of the Yorkshire bowlers with 3-78.
"Yorkshire began their reply and at lunch they will be satisfied with progress - they're 62 for no wicket from 16 overs."
BBC Radio Wales's Nick Webb with the latest from Glamorgan v Surrey in Cardiff:
"Steven Davies led the way for Surrey with 167 not out as they moved remorselessly on to 495-5 by lunch on day two against Glamorgan at the Swalec Stadium.
"Kumar Sangakkara reached 149 on his Surrey debut before the veteran Sri Lankan drove David Lloyd to Will Bragg at cover, ending a stand worth 294.
"Jason Roy contributed a breezy 32 in a 50 stand with Davies before Andy Carter had him caught behind.
"Surrey could look towards a declaration in the afternoon session if they want plenty of time to try to bowl Glamorgan out twice."
England and Manchester City midfielder Jill Scott saw red after an unsavoury incident in a WSL game on Sunday.
Scott, 28, appeared to headbutt Arsenal defender Jade Bailey and was sent off for her reaction.
Reaching 30 goals for the season in the 3-1 win over Newcastle could cost Harry Kane.
Pochettino said: "Congratulations to Harry because he deserves this moment. But I think he needs to pay for a dinner this week for his team-mates. The team work a lot and try to help him score."
Kane, 21, became the first Spurs player to reach the 30-goal landmark since former striker Gary Lineker in 1991-92.
London Irish have signed second row Eoin Sheriff from Premiership rivals Saracens for next season.
Sheriff joined Saracens for the 2011-12 season from Leinster having represented Ireland at Under-18, Under-19 and Under-20 levels.
Interesting going-ons at Sheffield Wednesday.
Former Hull City owner Adam Pearson and ex-Newcastle boss Glenn Roeder will, according to the Championship club's website, "form two parts of what is effectively a three-man sporting director by committee alongside head coach Stuart Gray".
In essence it means there is no manager and all decisions will be taken by the three-man committee, which, adds the website, "will evolve and potentially expand on an ongoing basis".
If anyone knows what that means, can they please let us know?
Steven Gerrard, AP McCoy and Rory McIllroy have all missed out on their fairytale finishes in the last few weeks.
David Claxton: Fulham losing to Atletico Madrid in extra-time in the Europa League final in Hamburg 2010.
Paul Williams: Jimmy White and the World Snooker title - he should have been a multiple champion.
Faisal B: Zidane walking past that 2006 World Cup trophy when he could have won it and bow out of the game in the most legendary style.
England women's fast bowler Kate Cross has made history after becoming the first woman to play in the Central Lancashire League.
The 23-year-old made her debut for Heywood men's first XI at Clifton on Sunday and returned figures of 3-19 from her seven-over spell, to help her side secure an eight-wicket victory in the first match of the Premier Division season.
Kate's older brother, Bobby, scored 75 in the game and said: "I really enjoyed being in the same team as her although I am sure she will never let me forget that I dropped a catch off her bowling."
You can't beat a bit of sibling rivalry.
Sachin Tendulkar has paid tribute to a "promising" Indian cricketer who has died after colliding with a team-mate while attempting to take a catch during a club match in Kolkata (see 08:40).
Ankit Keshri (pictured) passed away after suffering "a cardiac arrest following on-field injury".
Former national team captain Tendulkar, the highest runscorer in Test and one-day international history, tweeted: "Saddened by the demise of Ankit Keshri. A promising career aborted by an unfortunate incident on field.
"May God give strength to Ankit's family and friends to cope with this loss #RIP"
Wales full-back Leigh Halfpenny says it is a dream to reach the European Champions Cup final.
Halfpenny, 26, kicked six penalties and a conversation in a man-of-the-match display as Toulon beat Leinster 25-20 after extra-time at Stade Velodrome.
If Toulon defeat Clermont Auvergne in the final on 2 May they will become the first team to win three successive European Cups.
"Something like this is what you grow up dreaming of," said Halfpenny.
Barry Hawkins is currently leading Mark Selt 9-5 in their first-round match in Sheffield. The pair have been on the table for four hours and 50 minutes so far.
Elsewhere, Stuart Bingham leads 3-2 against fellow Englishman Robbie Williams.
You can watch all the World Championship action on the BBC Red Button or via this link.
A feeble foray into the Champions League, failure to reach the FA Cup final and seven points adrift of fourth place.
So how much pressure is Brendan Rodgers under at Liverpool? Will it be all-change at Anfield this summer? And if so, who will replace him?
You can have your say on the right-hand side of this page, or by using the 'vote' tab on your mobile or tablet.
We'll close the vote at 14:00 BST and give you the result soon after. Full terms and conditions are available here.
Manchester United have asked about the availability of PSV Eindhoven forward Memphis Depay, according to the newly crowned Dutch champions.
The 21-year-old is the leading scorer in the Eredivisie, with his 20 goals helping PSV win the title for the first time in seven years.
"We have had a telephone call from them about him," PSV's technical director Marcel Brands said on Dutch television.
"But no talks have been held. Several top clubs have expressed interest."
Leicester Tigers have signed versatile Australia international back Peter Betham from Super Rugby side Waratahs.
Betham, who can play as a full-back or a winger, will join the Premiership club when the current Super Rugby season ends at the start of July.
The 26-year-old has two caps for Australia, having made his debut against New Zealand in 2013.
"The chance to join a prestigious club such as the Tigers is very exciting and humbling," he told the club website.
Jonas Bjorkman will get over his disappointment of being voted off Sweden's version of Strictly Come Dancing by linking up with Andy Murray in Barcelona.
Former world doubles number one Bjorkman will join Britain's Murray later today as they start their trial coaching period together.
If successful, Bjorkman will join the world number three's team on a permanent basis, as main coach Amelie Mauresmo is expecting her first child in August.
West Ham are ready to accept a bid of £20m from Chelsea for full-back Aaron Cresswell, 25, with the Englishman poised to replace Atletico Madrid-bound Filipe Luis, reports the Daily Express.
So, what's happened on April 20 in sporting years gone by? Here are a few snippets from the archives.
1912: The Boston Red Sox opened Fenway Park, which is now the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball.
1981: Steve Davis won the first of his six world snooker titles by beating Doug Mountjoy 18-12 in the final at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.
2007: Peter Moores was named as the permanent successor to Duncan Fletcher as England coach.
2014: Lewis Hamilton added another flourish for the record books, winning a third consecutive Grand Prix for the first time in his career as he led from start to finish in China.
Jimmy Robertson says conquering his Crucible nerves will be key to playing at his best if he returns to snooker's showpiece event for a third time.
The 28-year-old was beaten 10-6 by world number 11 Marco Fu in the opening round of this year's World Championship in Sheffield on Sunday.
"It took me too long to settle down," Robertson told BBC Sport.
"But it's all experience and hopefully I can come back here again and hold it together a bit better next time."
Novak Djokovic on Twitter: "One trophy and a bag. No flights. No packing. Taking a few days off now. Thx guys! We did it again!"
Djokovic won the Monte Carlo title over the weekend, becoming the first man to win the opening three Masters events of the season.
The Jockey Club has reported profits of £21.7m for 2014, down slightly from the previous year's record £22m.
The organisation runs 15 racecourses including Aintree, Epsom and Newmarket, and stages the Grand National, Cheltenham Festival, as well as the Derby events.
All the profits made by the Jockey Club go back into racing.
Aston Villa chief executive Tom Fox believes their FA Cup heroics can help lead the club back to the big time.
After Tim Sherwood's side set up a final showdown with Arsenal by beating Liverpool, Fox said: "This is something which can create a positive atmosphere and blows through the negativity and clears it out.
"We have a lot of work to do but I hope it is the beginning of something great. "
The Women's Tennis Association has tweeted: "Happy birthday Maria Sharapova", and posted this picture.
We're no experts but we're fairly sure that cake and those balloons and pressies have been superimposed ... after all having that much clutter on court is surely against WTA guidelines.
Maria, by the way, is 28 today.
We've been asking you for your most memorable stories of sporting fairytales gone wrong.
Here's a few of your responses so far:
Richard Tipler: Eddie Irvine for Ferrari. Had to win in Japan to win his first F1 drivers title. Was beaten to the first corner by Mika Häkkinen, who went on to become double world champion.
Lord Fahy: Asamoah Gyan missing that last minute penalty for Ghana in 2010 after Suarez's hand ball!
Leigh Frayling: Wakefield kicker Don Fox missing from in front of the posts in the 1968 Challenge Cup final. Leeds won instead.
And while we're talking Champions League, Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale looks set to miss the European champions' decisive quarter-final second-leg with Atletico on Wednesday after scans confirmed a muscle injury in his left calf.
Bale limped off after less than five minutes of Madrid's 3-1 win over Malaga on Saturday.
"After the tests carried out on Gareth Bale by the Real Madrid medical team, a muscle injury in his left calf has been diagnosed," the club said in a statement on Monday.
No Premier League football tonight but four big games in the Champions League are taking place over the next couple of evenings.
It is the second leg of the quarter-finals and there are some very tasty fixtures to look forward to.
Barcelona host PSG (3-1 after first leg) and Bayern Munich entertain FC Porto (1-3) on Tuesday, while on Wednesday Monaco face Juventus (0-1) and Real take on Atletico in the Madrid derby (0-0).
There will be live text coverage of each game on the BBC Sport website.
Newcastle United goalkeeper Tim Krul, 27, and defender Daryl Janmaat, 25, are the subject of interest from Southampton boss Ronald Koeman, reports The Mirror.
As part of the announcement about his Open swan song, Sir Nick Faldo also revealed that he will be among a cast of golf's greatest players taking part in the Champion Golfers' Challenge on Wednesday, 15 July ahead of The Open.
Faldo will join five-time Champions Peter Thomson, who is celebrating the 60th anniversary of his triumph at St Andrews in 1955, and Watson, on the 40th anniversary of his win in his debut appearance at Carnoustie in 1975.
Sir Nick Faldo MBE, one of Great Britain's best golfers of the modern era, has announced that he will play in his last Open at St Andrews this summer - on the 25th anniversary of his victory at the home of golf.
The six-time Major Champion will make a farewell at the course where he became Champion Golfer of the Year in 1990. He also won the Open at Muirfield in 1987 and 1992, and achieved 10 top ten finishes in The Open between 1978 and 2003.
Faldo, who will celebrate his 58th birthday during The Open, will join five-time Open Champion Tom Watson in making a final appearance in the Championship in July.
"The Open and St Andrews will forever hold a significant place in my heart," said Faldo. "I look forward to celebrating all that golf has given me."
Novak Djokovic's opponents must be getting a bit fed up with him - the man just can't stop winning.
The Serb beat Tomas Berdych to win his second Monte Carlo title and become the first man to win the opening three Masters events of the season.
The world number one came through 7-5 4-6 6-3 on the clay to extend his winning run in 2015 to 17 matches.
Djokovic, 27, adds Monte Carlo to the Masters titles he won in Indian Wells and Miami last month.
After Steven Gerrard missed out on a farewell birthday FA Cup final with Liverpool, we've been asking you for some of your biggest fairytales gone wrong.
Lewis Holland: Marcelo Trotta hitting the bar with a last minute penalty that would have seen Brentford promoted. Donny scored seconds later.
Ibrahim Mustapha: John Terry in Moscow. Portugal losing to Greece in Euro 2004. Brazil 1-7 Germany.
James Reay: Steve Harper missing his penalty in his testimonial.
You'd think the keeper would have let Harper have that one?
The back page of the Scottish Daily Mail focuses on that shock 3-2 win for Inverness Caledonian Thistle over Celtic in the semi-final of the Scottish Cup.
The paper reports that Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths is angry at refereeing decisions going against his side.
Graeme Shinnie wants to set up a perfect ending to his Inverness Caledonian Thistle career - after providing the winner against Celtic.
It was a pass from the full-back, who will join Aberdeen this summer, that allowed David Raven to secure a 3-2 win in their Scottish Cup semi-final.
"It would be the perfect ending for me," Shinnie told BBC Scotland.
"If my last achievement with this club can be lifting the trophy then it'll be the proudest moment of my life."
The front page of Spanish sport newspaper AS suggests Chelsea are interested in signing Atletico Madrid midfielder Koke, with the London club willing to meet his release clause of just under 60m euro (about £43m).
We know about the big names already confirmed for the inaugural Tour de Yorkshire - Sir Bradley Wiggins, Marcel Kittel, Ben Swift.
But it has been announced today that there are a few more top-class foreign riders coming over for the 1-3 May race, as well as pretty much every good domestic rider.
The pick of the names from overseas are Sky veteran Bernie Eisel, 2008 Olympic champ and 2010 Tour runner-up Samuel Sanchez, and French favourite Thomas Voeckler (pictured).
Brits Ed Clancy, Russ Downing and Steve Cumming have also confirmed they are competing too.
Good news for Manchester City fans - tests have confirmed that David Silva did not fracture his cheekbone in Sunday's win over West Ham.
City's Spanish playmaker was hurt by an elbow from West Ham's Cheikhou Kouyata in the second-half and was stretchered off after lengthy treatment.
Subsequent hospital tests have showed no fracture and the 29-year-old will be closely monitored ahead of Saturday's Premier League game with Aston Villa.
Manager Manuel Pellegrini said Senegalese player Kouyata did not catch Silva intentionally.
What are your biggest sporting fairytales gone wrong?
Samman Humagain: Bradman getting out for a duck when he needed to score four runs to make his average 100. Stuck forever at 99.6.
Crippy Cooke: Alan Shearer failing to avoid relegation as short-term Newcastle manager in 2009.
Chris Dunn: Kieron Cunningham scoring the last try at Knowsley Road in 2010, then a week later losing the grand final to Wigan.
It appears striker Charlie Austin is not too impressed at what clothes team-mate Leroy Fer is wearing for training today.
Austin tweeted: "Oh no what has this guy turned up in today? #notfancydresspal", along with the pictorial evidence.
Hmm, we think Charlie may have a point.
Colchester United chairman Robbie Cowling says Tony Humes will remain as manager even if the club are relegated to League Two this season.
The U's are four points from safety with three games to play after Saturday's 2-2 draw with Scunthorpe extended their winless run to three.
Humes, 49, replaced Joe Dunne as Colchester manager in September, having previously been in charge of the club's academy.
Cowling told BBC Essex: "Tony is the manager of Colchester, I'm extremely pleased with what he's doing. He's going to be the manager next season."
It's time for day three of the World Championship to begin in Sheffield.
It's an all-England start, as Barry Hawkins faces Matthew Selt, and Stuart Bingham takes on Robbie Williams (not the pop star).
You can watch live coverage on BBC Two, the Red Button and online via this link.
BBC Humberside Sport on Twitter: Scunthorpe United announce they've extended the loan of Everton midfielder John Lundstram until the end of the season
Kevin Pietersen's long-awaited return to County Championship action with Surrey lasted just 28 balls on Sunday.
The 34-year-old, who is hoping to earn a recall to England's Test team, made 19 on day one of his side's Division Two match against Glamorgan in Cardiff.
But Surrey will resume in a commanding position at 363-3 this morning, with Kumar Sangakkara (112 not out) and Steven Davies (109 not out) returning to the crease.
Elsewhere in Division Two, Essex are 67-6 in reply to Kent's 193, while Lancashire ended day one of their match with Derbyshire on 292-8.
Listen to ball-by-ball commentary of every County Championship match online and via the BBC Sport app.
Miss any of the FA Cup semi-final drama over the weekend?
Fear not, we've rounded up all the best bits in a handy 10 minute video, which you can watch right here.
This man celebrates his 39th birthday today, and it's fair to say he's probably enjoying it.
Goalkeeper Shay Given has an FA Cup Final to look forward to, after helping Aston Villa defeat Liverpool.
Others from the sporting world celebrating a birthday today include:
Maurice Bamford (rugby league, 79) - former Great Britain coach.
Raymond van Barneveld (darts, 48) - five-times world darts champion.
Alan McLoughlin (soccer, 48) - former Portsmouth, Swindon and Republic of Ireland midfielder.
Daily Express: Radamel Falcao's agent Jorge Mendes has made contact with Liverpool over a permanent deal this summer, after Manchester United told Monaco they will not be making a bid for the 29-year-old striker at the end of the season
Nottinghamshire's Alex Hales was Sunday's star in Division One, scoring 222 not out against champions Yorkshire at Trent Bridge.
Hales, part of England's World Cup squad earlier this year, resumes this morning with Notts 393-7.
Warwickshire will start day two on 14-0 after bowling out Hampshire for 319, while Worcestershire are 45-0 in reply to Sussex's 345.
Listen to ball-by-ball commentary of every County Championship match online and via the BBC Sport app.
A little of the romance has been missing from sport lately...
Birthday blues - It was supposed to be the Gerrard Cup final - but the Liverpool captain will be free on his 35th birthday after Liverpool were knocked out of the FA Cup.
National near-miss - Jockey AP McCoy would have quit on the spot if favourite Shutthefrontdoor had won the Grand National, but now the 19-time champion bows out at Sandown on Saturday.
Slam dunked - Fellow Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy was tipped to complete a career Grand Slam at golf's Masters, but was trumped by young gun Jordan Spieth.
Reading goalkeeper Adam Federici has tweeted for the first time since his costly mistake in the FA Cup semi-final.
The Australia international failed to hold onto Alexis Sanchez's tame shot and it rolled over the line in extra time, to hand Arsenal a 2-1 win and a place in the Wembley final.
The poor fella was reduced to tears at full-time, so the Reading fans are planning a #flagsforfeds tribute at Wednesday's Championship game against Birmingham at Madejski Stadium where they intend to bring Australian flags in support of their keeper.
In a series of tweets, he thanked the Royals fans for their support and vowed to "come back stronger".
The front page of Spanish daily newspaper Sport focuses in on Barcelona's Lionel Messi, who scored his 400th goal for the club in a 2-0 win over Valencia on Saturday.
The paper says the 27-year-old is in the prime of his career. Sport also reports that Real Madrid midfielder Luca Modric will not play again this season because of injury.
Manchester City Ladies midfielder Jill Scott has apologised for the head butt which saw her sent off in her side's 1-0 defeat by Arsenal.
The England international was shown a straight red card in the 56th minute of their Women's Super League 1 match after reacting to a challenge from Gunners defender Jade Bailey.
Bailey was shown a yellow card for her part in the fracas.
On Twitter Scott said: "Gr8 effort from all the girls, I want to apologise for the incident which led to me being sent off, gutted to let every1 @MCWFC down today".
Take a bow Mr Matthew Hoggard.
The shaggy-haired Yorkshire seamer, one of the unsung heroes of the 2005 Ashes - when he helped England reclaim the urn from Australia after an 18-year wait - emerged as England's best-ever Test bowler in the BBC's study.
Of Hoggard's 248 Test victims, 28% had a career batting average of more than 45. In comparison, only 10% of Botham's wickets were those of batsmen who averaged more than 45, while Anderson was just behind Hoggard on 27%.
Hoggard admitted he was "surprised" by the result ... but added he would savour the bragging rights over Anderson and fellow Yorkshireman Darren Gough (12th on England's all-time list with 229 wickets).
Jimmy Anderson may have overtaken Sir Ian Botham as England's leading Test wicket-taker, but is there a scientific way of working out the best ever?
Turns out there is.
BBC Sport asked Test Match Special statistician Andrew Samson to take the top 10 England Test wicket-takers and give each of their wickets a numerical rating between one and 11 based on the career average of the batsmen they dismissed.
And the best ever bowler? Well, the result may surprise you...
The Daily Telegraph is the odd one out this morning. No football on the front of its sports supplement, instead it's Lewis Hamilton splashing the champagne after his latest grand prix victory.
With apologies to Liverpool fans, it's more of the same in the Daily Mail - Villa joy, Reds' heartbreak.
All Blacks fly-half Aaron Cruden is likely to miss this year's Rugby World Cup after rupturing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee during a Super Rugby match on Friday.
The 26-year-old, who would almost certainly have been first-choice fly-half for a New Zealand side looking to defend their title, is expected to be out for six months
Some tragic news emerging from India, where a 20-year-old cricketer is reported by Reuters to have died as a result of an on-field collision with a team-mate.
Ankit Keshri collided with a team mate as both players went for a high catch during a club match in the eastern city of Kolkata. He briefly lost consciousness but was resuscitated by a team-mate and taken to hospital.
According to doctors, Keshri's condition was stable but he suffered a cardiac arrest around midnight on Sunday and died early on Monday morning.
The incident comes four months after Australia cricketer Phillip Hughes died after being hit by a bouncer.
Fabian Delph gets the plaudits in The Guardian. The midfielder - who scored the winner at Wembley - is described as Captain Marvel.
Remember 21-year-old cricketer Liam Livingstone we mentioned at 08:09? Can't really blame him for this tweet. What a day for the lad.
What's making the headlines this morning, we hear you cry? Well cry no longer for we're about to tell you. Let's start a round-up of the papers with The Guardian Predictably Liverpool's defeat by Aston Villa hogs the headlines, with Brendan Rodgers admitting that his side could not cope with the pressure of a big semi-final at Wembley.
Lewis Hamilton and his fans should be very happy bunnies.
The Brit secured yet another impressive win in the Bahrain Grand Prix as team-mate Nico Rosberg was beaten to second by Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen.
Hamilton led from the start and was always in control as he took his third victory in four races this season.
Rosberg battled the Ferraris throughout and lost second to Raikkonen with a braking problem with two laps to go.
Here's what happened over the weekend in the footballing world then.
In the FA Cup semi-finals, Arsenal huffed and puffed their way past Reading, nicking it in extra time, while Aston Villa shocked Liverpool to end Steven Gerrard's hopes of a dream climax to his Liverpool career.
Chelsea, though, were the biggest Premier League winners of the weekend. Their 1-0 win over Man United, reckon the pundits, virtually guarantees them the title.
A big day ahead at the Crucible as the World Snooker Championship continues.
Play starts at 10:00 BST when Stuart Bingham takes on Robbie Williams and the match between Barry Hawkins and Matthew Selt reaches a conclusion with the former looking in control at 7-2 ahead. It's first to 10 wins.
Australia's Neil Robertson and China's Ding Junhui are among the players in action at 14:30, while Ali Carter's meeting with Alan McManus kicks off at 19:30.
Full schedule here and remember you can watch live on BBC TV, Red Button and online.
Now for most of us being stuck in Monday morning traffic is the stuff of nightmares.
Rio Ferdinand is in the same predicament today, though somehow it's difficult to feel too sorry for him.
The QPR defender has tweeted - "M25 carnage this morning so it's House Of Cards back to back! Love Kevin Spacey!" - along with the following picture.
The heart bleeds.
But forget all these footie players. The real man of the moment today is Liam Livingstone.
Liam who? Well, he's a man who has just played an innings so explosive that it makes Kevin Pietersen look pedestrian.
Livingstone hit one of the highest one-day scores of all-time with 350 from just 138 balls for Nantwich in a National Club Championship match against Caldy on Sunday.
After smashing 34 fours and 27 sixes, the slightly bemused 21-year-old - who is on Lancashire's books - said: "It is all a bit surreal. It hasn't sunk in yet."
Full story here.
Bad weekend for a one-club legend though.
Stevie Gerrard will not be able to end his long and distinguished career in England with an FA Cup Final.
Instead it will be Arsenal v Aston Villa at Wembley on Saturday, 30 May - Gerrard's 35th birthday. More on the Cup later.
Welcome to Monday's edition of Sportsday.
Good weekend for this chap.
And this fella too.