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  1. Chelsea's Courtois red card appeal rejected
  2. Stoke sign Shaqiri for club record fee
  3. Breaking transfer news - De Gea expected to stay at Man Utd
  4. 28 athletes suspended after anti-doping tests
  5. Get involved #bbcsportsday: best & worst losers

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By Matt Parratt and Elizabeth Hudson

All times stated are UK

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  1. Sportsday Live

    That's it for Sportsday Live for Tuesday.

    A final reminder that you can keep up to date with all of the evening's action on the BBC Sport website and on BBC Radio 5 live.

    Sportsday will resume on Wednesday at 08:00 BST.

  2. European Tour cuts WGC-Bridgestone


    Shane Lowry at the Bridgestone
    Image caption: The WGC-Bridgestone has been completed in August each year since its inception in 1999

    The WGC-Bridgestone Invitational will not feature on the European Tour next season after it was moved to the end of June by the PGA Tour of America.

    The PGA is bringing the event forward next year to avoid a clash with the Rio Olympics, where golf will feature for the first time since 1904.

    However, the June date clashes with the French Open at Le Golf National.

    As a result, money won at next year's Bridgestone will not count towards Ryder Cup points or the Race To Dubai.

  3. League Cup: Yeovil v QPR (19:45 BST)


    QPR have lost three of their last seven League Cup first-round ties - all against lower-league opposition and may not risk striker Charlie Austin, who has been the subject of much transfer speculation.

    Forward Jay Emmanuel-Thomas could make his full debut after a substitute outing in Saturday's loss to Charlton.

    On-loan Bournemouth midfielder Harry Cornick is set to start for Yeovil.

    Keep up to date with all of the night's football action via the BBC Sport website and BBC Radio 5 live.

  4. Shots fired at Fenerbahce player


    Mehmet Topal's car

    Fenerbahce's Mehmet Topal has escaped unharmed after being shot at while driving home from training, the club have said.

    The Turkish club released the image of a hole in the windscreen, showing how close the player came to being hit. Thankfully his car was bullet-proof and took the impact. The attackers, whose motive is unknown, fled the scene.

    The club said in a statement; "This attack is an armed terrorist act. We condemn these attacks and hope the perpetrators are found and justice is done."

    According to reports, 20-year-old Fenerbahce player Uygar Mert Zeybek was also in the car with Topal and was unharmed.

  5. League Cup: Wolves v Newport County (19:45 BST)


    Tuesday's match will be the first competitive meeting between Wolves and Newport since April 1988.

    Wolves will hand a debut to on-loan Arsenal goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez while Adam Le Fondre should make his full debut.

    Newport boss Terry Butcher has several injury worries with winger Lenell John-Lewis (hamstring), Yan Klukowski (dead leg) and defender Kevin Feely (thigh) all ruled out.

  6. Live National League commentaries


    BBC Local Radio

    A busy non-league programme is in place tonight as teams will be looking to gain an early march in the National League.

    You can listen to live online commentary from a selection of games taking place tonight here from 19:45 BST.

  7. Traore close to Villa move


    Adama Traore

    According to the Daily Star, Spanish newspaper AS claims Barcelona winger Adama Traore has rejected interest from Liverpool, Everton and Stoke to move to Aston Villa.

    Reports claim the 19-year-old winger has agreed a three-year deal.

    Manager Tim Sherwood is a fan of the player but refused to confirm a move over the weekend.

  8. Jonassen heads Australia challenge


    Jess Jonassen

    Jess Jonassen has finished on an unbeaten 95 on her debut as Australia end day one of the Women's Ashes Test on 268-8.

    After a middle-order collapse, Jonassen and first Alyssa Healy and then Kristen Beams kept Australia afloat.

    England's Anya Shrubsole took 4-59.

  9. Uefa Super Cup: Barcelona v Sevilla


    Barcelona's Lionel Messi

    Barcelona are without forward Neymar for Tuesday night's Uefa Super Cup against La Liga rivals Sevilla because of mumps.

    The game between the Champions League and Europa League winners is being held in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi.

    Sevilla midfielder Steven Nzonzi, a summer signing from Stoke, and defenders will miss the match because of gastroenteritis while defenders Timothee Kolodziejczak and Adil Rami, a recent recruit from AC Milan, are also doubts because of the stomach condition.

    Barcelona's two summer signings, Arda Turan and Aleix Vidal, who has joined from Tuesday's opponents, have travelled to Georgia but cannot play for their club until January because of a transfer ban while left-back Jordi Alba is ruled out through injury.

    There will be live text commentary on the game on the BBC Sport website.

  10. Adcocks win opener at worlds


    Gabby and Chris Adcock

    England's Chris and Gabby Adcock have made a winning start to their campaign at the World Badminton Championships in Jakarta.

    The seventh seeds beat Korean pair Shin Baek Choel and Ye Na Chang 21-17 21-18 in 38 minutes.

    They will face Denmark's Mads Pieler Kolding and Kamilla Rytter Juhl for a place in the last eight.

    Earlier, England's number three Toby Penty, the world number 83, defeated Frenchman Brice Leverdez - a player ranked over 50 places higher than him - 23-21 18-21 21-13.

  11. League Cup: Wycombe v Fulham (19:45 BST)


    Tuesday night's game is the first time that Fulham have played in the first round of the League Cup since 2000-01.

    Manager Kit Symons will be without Luke Garbutt, Scott Parker, George Williams and Fernando Amorebieta, who remain injured while midfielder Ryan Tunnicliffe serves the second game of his two-match ban.

    For Wycombe, Jason Banton, Stephen McGinn and Danny Rowe did not play in a win over York on Saturday but could figure

  12. Schmeichel weighs in on De Gea


    Former Manchester United keeper Peter Schmeichel has criticised the way David De Gea's contract situation has been handled and urged the Spanish star to stay at Old Trafford.

    He told Talksport: "If the player is not happy; his agent, himself and the club that want him should have sorted this a long time ago. It's sad that it's dragged into the season."

    Peter Schmeichel

    De Gea has been heavily linked with Real Madrid during the summer transfer window and sat out Manchester United's opener against Tottenham over the weekend.

  13. League Cup: Blackburn v Shrewsbury (19:45 BST)


    Blackburn could hand an immediate debut to forward Modou Barrow after signing him on loan from Swansea while Jason Steele, Matt Kilgallon and Bangaly-Fode Koita could all start as boss Gary Bowyer makes changes.

    Blackburn have been knocked out of the League Cup in each of their last four ties in the competition (three defeats, one penalty shootout loss).

    Shrewsbury duo Liam Lawrence and Liam McAlinden are hoping to start after being on the bench in the opening-day defeat by Millwall.

    Keep up to date with all of the night's League Cup action via the BBC Sport website and BBC Radio 5 live.

  14. City enter race for Pedro



    In case you missed it earlier, according to Spanish newspaper Marca, Manchester City have entered the race to sign Barcelona striker Pedro.

    Manchester United had seemingly been in pole position to sign Pedro but City's football director Txiki Begiristain has reportedly contacted the club to express an interest in the 28-year-old.

  15. League Cup: Accrington v Hull (19:45 BST)


    Accrington have no new problems as they prepare to take on Hull for the first time in competitive action since February 1959 in Tuesday's League Cup tie.

    Striker Josh Windass, 21, who scored in the opening-day 1-1 draw with Luton in League Two, comes up against his father Dean's old club where the 46-year-old is still an ambassador.

    Hull manager Steve Bruce is likely to make changes from Saturday's 2-0 win over Huddersfield in the Championship with Moses Odubajo in line to make his debut, but striker Abel Hernandez serves the second game of a three-match ban.

    Keep up to date with all of the night's League Cup games via the BBC Sport website and BBC Radio 5 live.

  16. Tuesday night's football action


    It's a busy night of League Cup football with 32 ties up for decision.

    There is commentary of Bristol Rovers v Birmingham City on 5 live sports extra from 19:40 BST and you can keep up to date with the latest from all of the other ties and the Super Cup final between Barcelona and Sevilla on the BBC Sport website and BBC Radio 5 live.

  17. Wood keen to finish on a high


    Mark Wood

    In his exclusive BBC column, England fast bowler Mark Wood says England will not give Australia a sniff of victory in next week's final Ashes Test at the Oval as they push for a 4-1 series win.

    "Australia will be up for the challenge. They will want to spoil the party and send captain Michael Clarke off into retirement with a big celebration, but we've got to make sure we don't give them a sniff," he says

    Wood also talks about bowling the ball that won the Ashes, bringing out his imaginary horse in the post-match celebrations, being asked to write the team song and how Ben Stokes got into trouble for losing his room key.

  18. Peaty fears drug cheats


    Adam Peaty

    Britain's triple World Championship gold medallist Adam Peaty says he has concerns about being beaten by a drugs cheat in the future.

    While he has faith in the UK's anti-doping efforts, he claims other countries are less strict, saying: "People are sceptical about nations out there and whether they are clean.

    "All I can do is improve my times and hope I don't come second to someone who dopes."

    Watch his interview with BBC Breakfast here.

  19. Big Brother star turns to commentary


    Jack McDermott

    Big Brother star, Jack 'Pieface' McDermott, is set to make his debut as a football commentator.

    The Plymouth Argyle fan will summarise on his favourite team on BBC Radio Devon as they face Gillingham in the League Cup on Tuesday.

    "I'm just so excited, it's a dream come true as I'm such a huge Argyle fan," the 23-year-old told BBC Sport.

    McDermott won £23,900 after finishing fourth in the reality show, and he is now hoping for a career in the media after quitting his job at McDonald's.

  20. Everton to assess Mirallas


    Everton boss Roberto Martinez has confirmed the club will monitor Kevin Mirallas's ankle injury ahead of Saturday's early kick-off against Southampton.

    Mirallas picked up a knock after a challenge involving Watford's Valon Behrami, and there are questions marks over his inclusion for the next game.

    Kevin Mirallas

    Martinez said: "He's got a bit of a swollen ankle but I'm quite positive in Kevin being fit, even though as it stands now we are going to check and assess him for the weekend."

    He added: "Gerard Deulofeu and Mo Besic are very close and it's about getting them back to their best possible level. Physically we need giving them that introduction but they are close to making the squad for the weekend."

  21. Watch Duggan's screamers


    Another day, another screamer from England star Toni Duggan. The Manchester City striker scored during her team's 3-2 win over Arsenal in the Women's Super League. Duggan has now scored five goals in four league appearances since the season re-started after the World Cup.

    To celebrate, here's a compilation of her best strikes.

    Toni Duggan
  22. McIlorum signs new Wigan deal

    Rugby League

    Michael McIlorum

    Wigan hooker Michael McIlorum has signed a two-year contract extension at the club which will see him stay at the club until the end of 2019.

    The 27-year-old has made 208 appearances since his debut in 2007 and helped the Warriors win the double in 2013 but he missed last year's Grand Final defeat through injury.

    "He is consistently one of our best performers week in, week out and the fans love him here," said coach Shaun Wane.

    "One of the toughest players I have ever seen play the game, he doesn't get the plaudits he deserves at times."

  23. Shingles fit for England


    England hockey

    England have included Reading's Dan Shingles in their squad of 18 for the EuroHockey Championships at the Olympic Park in London from 21-30 August.

    Shingles has recovered from injury and replaces Tim Whiteman, the only change from the squad that came third at the World League Semi-Final last month.

    The women's squad shows two changes from the group that sealed Olympic qualification for Britain last month.

    There is a first call-up for goalkeeper Sabbie Heesh and Sam Quek returns.

  24. Shaqiri lights up World Cup


    Want to know more about Stoke target Xherdan Shaqiri? A left-footed piledriver scored for Switzerland against Honduras at the 2014 World Cup is a good start to your education. Watch the clip here.

    Xherdan Shaqiri
  25. Who is Xherdan Shaqiri?


    Xherdan Shaqiri

    So, Stoke have added another continental star to their line-up in the form of Xherdan Shaqiri. But for those who aren't aware of his work, here are a few stats to cast an eye over:

    • Nationality: Swiss
    • Age: 23
    • Position: Midfield
    • Career goals: 26
    • Clubs: Inter Milan, Bayern Munich, FC Basel
    • Trophy highlights: 1 Champions League, 1 Uefa Super Cup, 2 Bundesliga titles, 3 Swiss Super League titles
  26. Stoke secure Shaqiri


    Xherdan Shaqiri

    Stoke City have completed a club record £12m deal for Inter Milan midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri who comes to the Britannia Stadium on a five-year deal.

  27. England v Australia latest


    England have taken another wicket at the Women's Ashes Test at Canterbury.

    Megan Schutt is out for 11 after being bowled lbw by Laura Marsh to leave Australia on 206-8.

    Follow the latest on the BBC Sport website and 5 live sports extra

  28. IAAF suspends athletes


    More from BBC Sport editor Dan Roan on the "adverse findings" from retested samples from the 2005 and 2007 World Athletics Championships...

  29. Albrighton happy with strong start


    Marc Albrighton

    Winger Marc Albrighton hopes Leicester can build on their confidence from their opening day win over Sunderland.

    "It's always great to get off to the best possible start in a Premier League season," the former Aston Villa man, who set up two goals and scored one in the victory, told the club website.

    "We did that, set the tempo early on and continued that throughout the first half and even through parts of the second half too."

  30. Harting to miss athletics Worlds


    Robert Harting

    Olympic discus champion Robert Harting will not defend his world title in Beijing later this month because he is still recovering from a knee injury.

    The German, who won European gold last year, has not competed in a major meeting since tearing his knee ligaments 11 months ago.

    The World Athletics Championships get underway in China on 22 August with coverage across the BBC.

  31. Women's Ashes: England v Australia


    Another wicket at the cricket as Sarah Coyte gets a thin edge to England spinner Kate Cross's delivery and is caught by wicketkeeper Sarah Taylor.

    Australia currently 187-7 after 65 overs. Follow live text and radio coverage here.

  32. Get involved

    Yomi Adenuga: Sir Alex Ferguson. Ear bashing referees and hairdryer treatments for players after losing a match.

  33. Vote: Where will Manchester City finish this season?

    We asked, you answered, and more than a third of you think Manchester City will be crowned Premier League champions this year. Here are the full results...

    Manchester City vote
  34. IAAF suspends athletes


    Following the announcement that 28 athletes who competed at the 2005 and 2007 World Championships have returned "adverse findings" from retested samples, BBC Sport editor Dan Roan has more news...

  35. Carneiro role changed by Mourinho


    Chelsea doctor Eva Carneiro

    The Daily Telegraph reports that club doctor Eva Carneiro's place on the Chelsea bench is under threat after the role was significantly changed as part of a backroom shake-up by manager Jose Mourinho.

    Carneiro was publicly criticised by Mourinho following the 2-2 Premier League draw against Swansea City for entering the pitch in stoppage time to treat Eden Hazard while they were trying to see out the game.

    The paper understands that while Carneiro will remain Chelsea's first-team doctor, she will not attend training sessions, games or enter the hotel and as things stand, she is not expected to be on the bench for Sunday's trip to Manchester City.

  36. Le Fondre sends his love

  37. BreakingCourtois appeal rejected


    Thibaut Courtois

    Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois's appeal against his red card against Swansea last Saturday has been rejected by the Football Association.

    Courtois will now miss Sunday's game against Manchester City at the Ethiad Stadium.

  38. Robson tips Manchester United to win trophy


    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Bryan Robson

    Former captain and club ambassador Bryan Robson has been looking at the aims for the season at the latest Manchester United sponsorship launch.

    "We are used to winning trophies at this club," he said.

    "The top four is a priority - if we won the title it would be the icing on the cake. But at this moment in time I would be quite happy with the top four and a trophy."

  39. Shots fired at Fenerbahce player


    Mehmet Topal's car

    Pictures now from our story earlier that Fenerbahce midfielder Mehmet Topal has escaped unharmed after his car was shot at as he left training (15:08).

    The Turkish club released the image of a hole in the windscreen, showing how close the player came to being hit. Thankfully his car was bullet-proof and took the impact.

  40. Vote: Where will Manchester City finish this season?

    Manuel Pellegrini

    This is your 15-minute warning. We asked where you think Manchester City will finish this season following their impressive win over West Brom on Monday.

    If you want your say, head to this page. The vote closes at 16:00 BST.

  41. BreakingIAAF suspends 28 athletes after "adverse findings" in retests


    Twenty eight athletes from the 2005 and 2007 World Championships have returned "adverse findings" from anti-doping tests, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has announced.

    According the world governing body, a large majority of the athletes are retired with "very few" still active. Some have already been sanctioned.

    "The IAAF is provisionally suspending them and can confirm that none of the athletes concerned will be competing in Beijing," said a statement from the association.

  42. Murray v Murray


    British number one Andy Murray will play brother Jamie for the first time in a Tour-level match when they meet in men's doubles at the Rogers Cup on Wednesday.

    Andy Murray (right) with brother Jamie Murray
    Image caption: Andy and Jamie Murray played in the same doubles team at the Davis Cup last month

    Andy Murray and Leander Paes beat Jeremy Chardy and Kevin Anderson 6-3 6-1 to set up a second-round tie with Jamie and John Peers in Montreal.

    "We've not played each other for a long time so it'll be nice in some ways, but also it's not easy," said Andy.

  43. Fifa task force head appointed


    Richard Conway

    BBC Radio 5 live sports news correspondent

    Michel Platini

    More on the appointment of Dr Francois Carrard to the 2016 Fifa Reform Committee now, this time from Uefa president Michel Platini: "The creation of this task force will be an important step towards introducing much-needed reforms at Fifa.

    "All of the confederations have picked their representatives based on their knowledge of football and governance matters, and we will now all work together for the greater good of the game."

  44. England v Australia latest


    Alyssa Healy bats for Australia

    Australia's Alyssa Healy and Jess Jonassen are doing their best to steady the ship after their side lost a fifth wicket in the Women's Ashes Test at Canterbury.

    The pair have guided the Aussies from 99-5 to 144-5 after 53 overs of the match.

    Anya Shrubsole has taken four of the five wickets with Katherine Brunt grabbing another.

    Live coverage continues on the BBC Sport website and 5 live sports extra.

  45. Birthdays

    Sticker book flashback time now as we say happy birthday to former keeper Nigel Martyn, who is 49 today. In a 19-year career he made 680 appearances, playing for Everton, Crystal Palace, Bristol Rovers and Leeds. Born in 1966, his future England credentials (he earned 23 caps) were never in doubt, of course.

    Nigel Martyn
  46. Villa 'close to Traore deal'


    Adama Traore

    Barcelona winger Adama Traore could be an Aston Villa player by the time they play Manchester United on Saturday, according to reports.

    The Spain under-19 international was linked with Stoke but Tim Sherwood is said to now have the edge.

  47. Best and worst sporting losers

    Get involved

    John McEnroe

    Toby Jones: Lewis Hamilton is the worst loser - an embarrassment when it doesn't go his way. He's pathetic sometimes.

    Macca: Worst losers? 'You cannot be serious!' Said loudly in an American accent.

    Tweet us at #bbcsportsday, text 81111 or post on the BBC Match of the Day Facebook page.

  48. Shots fired at Fenerbahce player


    Mehmet Topal

    Fenerbahce's Mehmet Topal has escaped unharmed after being shot at while driving home from training, the club have said.

    The attackers, whose motive is unknown, fled the scene. The shots are said to have hit his bullet-proof windscreen.

    The club said in a statement; "This attack is an armed terrorist act. We condemn these attacks and hope the perpetrators are found and justice is done."

    According to reports, 20-year-old Fenerbahce player Uygar Mert Zeybek was also in the car with Topal and was unharmed.

  49. Blackburn sign midfielder Akpan


    Hope Akpan

    Blackburn Rovers have signed midfielder Hope Akpan from Championship rivals Reading on a free transfer.

    Akpan made 63 appearances for the Royals, having joined from League Two side Crawley Town in January 2014.

    The 23-year-old, who has won four international caps for Nigeria, has signed a two-year contract with Rovers.

  50. Fifa task force head appointed


    Richard Conway

    BBC Radio 5 live sports news correspondent

    Director General of the International Olympic Committee, Dr Francois Carrard, has been appointed as the independent chairman of the 2016 Fifa Reform Committee.

    An internationally renowned Swiss lawyer, he guided the IOC through its own governance reforms in the wake of the bidding process for the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics in 2002.

    Dr Carrard said: "It is vital for the future of global football to restore the integrity and reputation of its governing body."

    And Fifa president Sepp Blatter added: "We are confident that he can help Fifa to strengthen its governance structures in a credible and meaningful way."

    Sepp Blatter
  51. Woakes wants England return


    You've got to feel for Chris Woakes. Watching England perform like they did at Trent Bridge while out injured must be the very definition of bittersweet.

    But rather than leave him dejected, he's as determined as ever to get back into the squad after knee and ankle injuries.

    He said: "Now it's up to me to put in performances for Warwickshire and keep myself in the frame.

    "Fingers crossed if my knee holds up over the next few weeks I will be available for the one-day series and I'll be trying my best to catch the eye."

    Chris Woakes
  52. Nortey signs for Welling


    Nortei Nortey
    Image caption: Nortei Nortey left Stamford Bridge in 2013

    National League side Welling United have signed former Chelsea youngster Nortei Nortey on a short-term deal.

    Nortey joined Chelsea at Under-15 level but left the Blues in 2013 at the end of his scholarship.

  53. Berg stays on at Hampshire


    Gareth Berg

    As GB swimmer Adam Peaty mentioned earlier (14:18), hard work does pay off. At least it has for all-rounder Gareth Berg.

    He's signed a one-year contract extension with Hampshire following a strong first season with the team.

    Berg - who is Hampshire's leading wicket-taker in the County Championship with 300 scalps at 29 - said: "I'm delighted to have signed a new deal with the club. Myself and the club perhaps didn't realise how much cricket I was going to play, but there has been a role for me within the team."

  54. Vote: Where will Manchester City finish this season?

    Vincent Kompany

    Manuel Pellegrini's men laid down a statement of their title-winning intent on Monday night with a 0-3 victory over West Brom. But as the cliche goes, it's a marathon, not a sprint.

    So, we want to know where you think Manchester City will finish this season. Are they champions elect, or was their win at the Hawthorns nothing more than early enthusiasm?

    You can vote to have your say here.

  55. Adam Peaty Q&A


    What's your advice for aspiring swimmers? From Emilia ‏

    "Work hard but don't work hard and not smart, you have to have both to get anywhere in life.

    "You have to work smart so cut out all the sweets and fizzy drinks - you don't need them. Just stick to water and keep it simple. Stay off the supplements when you're younger, you probably only need them when you're about 20-25 so stay off all that and just enjoy it."

    Adam Peaty

    What is the worst thing about training? From Katey Kate

    "That's a good one but it's probably when you get a bit too used to things. You've swum there in the morning and then again in the afternoon and you are turning up at night thinking 'not this again', especially in the winter.

    "We try to mix it up and do something a bit different. I'll also change lanes, so one day I'll be in lane one, the next in lane three and one day in lane five so you get a bit of a different tile to look at."

  56. Adam Peaty Q&A


    Adam Peaty, fresh from picking up three gold medals at the Swimming World Championships in Kazan, Russia, has been answering your questions on Facebook. Here's what you had to ask...

    At what point did you realise you could be the best the world has ever seen, and did you think it could happen so young? From Carol ‏

    AP: "Last year was a bit of an eye-opener when I broke the world record. I knew if I was out fast in the 100m I could achieve that too, so I would say then. I thought it could happen maybe when I was about 26, not when I was 20, but it just shows what hard work and commitment can do."

    Adam Peaty

    Do you think Michael Phelps can regain what he's lost? Feisel Hodor Lyon

    AP: "Yes, but I think he has a tough battle ahead with Chad [Le Clos]. Chad is going to come back even stronger now, I think Michael Phelps has just put logs on Chad's fire but then again Chad has probably put logs on his fire too. It's going to be a great showdown and definitely one of the races to watch."

    Who was your childhood idol? From Lucie Nicoll

    AP: "Muhammad Ali. He worked so hard and was so good with the trash talk and the poems before his fights. I've not got the trash talk though."

  57. Gayle set to leave Palace


    Dwight Gayle

    Sky Sports are reporting that Crystal Palace have accepted a £6m bid from Bristol City for striker Dwight Gayle.

    The 24-year-old has scored 18 goals in 54 games during his time at Selhurst Park.

  58. Pyrgos named as Scotland captain

    Rugby Union

    Henry Pyrgos

    Glasgow Warriors scrum-half Henry Pyrgos has been named as Scotland captain for the World Cup warm-up match against Ireland on Saturday.

    Head coach Vern Cotter's 25-man squad for the first of four preparation games does not include Greig Laidlaw, who captained Scotland at the Six Nations.

  59. Martinez remains upbeat over Baines


    Leighton Baines

    Everton manager Roberto Martinez says the club have the strength in depth at left-back to cope during Leighton Baines' period on the sidelines.

    But he is also unsure how long the England defender will be out for after he re-injured the ankle which required surgery earlier this year during training last week.

    "We hope that Leighton's ankle reacts well but it's not good news because it's an area where he had a previous injury and you feel as though you can see light at the end of the tunnel after a long period not being available," he said.

    "It's a setback but we want Leighton to get back on the pitch refreshed and this period is going to help his desire to come back."

  60. Best and worst sporting losers

    Get involved

    AJPS: After a career spent mostly on the top step of the podium, Lewis Hamilton is always prima donna when he doesn't win.

    Louis Grantham: Michael Clarke, definitely a gracious loser.

    Tweet us at #bbcsportsday, text 81111 or post on the BBC Match of the Day Facebook page.

    Lewis Hamilton
  61. England resume against Australia


    Anya Shrubsole celebrates

    Action is back underway after lunch in the Women's Ashes Test in Canterbury.

    Australia are 84-2 after Anya Shrubsole took the wickets of Elyse Villani and Meg Lanning shortly before the break.

    Follow the latest on the BBC Sport website and 5 live sports extra.

  62. Reading's Taylor joins Motherwell


    Motherwell have signed Wales international midfielder Jake Taylor on loan from Reading.

    The 23-year-old, who has one Wales cap, has joined for the season, although there is a break option in January. He could make his debut against Hearts on Wednesday.

    Taylor said: "I've had a good pre-season down at Reading, played a few games and I feel fit and ready to go."

    Jake Taylor
  63. Spurs close in on Embolo


    Breel Embolo

    The Sun reports that Spurs are leading the race to sign up £10m-rated FC Basel starlet Breel Embolo.

    The 18-year-old, who has three caps for Switzerland, was watched by Spurs scouts last weekend as he scored twice against Luzern.

  64. De Gea expected to stay


    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    David De Gea

    Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea is expected to remain at Manchester United beyond the end of the transfer window.

    De Gea, 24, missed Saturday's win over Tottenham because manager Louis van Gaal thinks his concentration has been affected by interest from Real Madrid.

    United continue to insist they will only sell for a world record fee for a goalkeeper or if Real's Spain defender Sergio Ramos, 29, comes the other way and club officials are not expecting either to happen before 1 September.

  65. Cech bounces back

    Arsenal keeper Petr Cech quoting Kelly Clarkson after his disastrous start to the season on Sunday...

  66. Courtois awaits appeal verdict


    Thibaut Courtois takes down Bafetimbi Gomis

    Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois is set to find out later on Tuesday whether he can face Manchester City on Sunday after the club appealed against the red card he received against Swansea last weekend.

    The Belgium goalkeeper was sent off after taking down Bafetimbi Gomis, with referee Michael Oliver awarding a spot-kick which the Frenchman slotted home but Chelsea were unhappy at the red card decision.

    The Football Association is expected to announce the results of a hearing later.

  67. Martinez moves on loan


    Emiliano Martinez

    Arsenal goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez has joined Wolves on loan.

    The 22-year-old keeper played in pre-season for the Gunners after finishing last season on loan at Rotherham.

    The former Argentine youth international has previously had loan spells with Sheffield Wednesday and Oxford United.

  68. Best and worst sporting losers

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    Kevin Keegan

    Andy Cowell: Got to be between Mourinho and Wenger, always an excuse for when they lose.

    Kieron Lennon: Can't beat a rant from Jose Mourinho.

    Andy Downham: Kevin Keegan in early '90s, priceless!

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  69. Olympic champion Watkins back in training


    Katherine Grainger and Anna Watkins

    London 2012 gold medallist Anna Watkins is back in training with a view to qualifying for the Rio Olympics - five months after having her second baby.

    Watkins partnered Katherine Grainger to double sculls gold, but said in January 2014 she would not defend the title after giving birth to her first son but she has been on the water since April, hoping to make a comeback.

    "I want to see what this old, clapped-out, two-babies body is capable of," the 32-year-old told BBC Sport.

    "I initially just wanted to get fit and feel like myself again but the lure of the Olympics was just too strong."

  70. Lorient put price tag on Guerreiro


    Raphael Guerreiro

    Newcastle United transfer target Raphael Guerreiro has been valued at 12.5m euros (£8.8m) by Lorient president Loic Fery, according to French newspaper L'Equipe.

    Fery has spoken about the 21-year-old Portuguese defender's valuation, with Paris Saint-Germain and Atletico Madrid also interested in signing him.

  71. Battocchio makes Watford move


    Watford midfielder Cristian Battocchio has agreed to join Stade Brestois on a two-year contract, according to the French club.

    The Italian, 23, who initially joined Watford on loan before signing a three-year deal in July 2013, played 65 times in all competitions for the club but spent last season on loan with Italian Serie B side Virtus Entella.

  72. QPR to offer Austin new deal


    Charlie Austin

    The London Evening Standard reports that QPR will offer Charlie Austin a new deal if no one meets their £15m asking price in this transfer window.

    The 26-year-old striker has just one year left on his current contract and has attracted attention from a number of clubs.

    "We are now into the season and want to settle our side down as quickly as possible," said QPR director of football Les Ferdinand. "It's not good for the club, it's not good for Charlie — it's not good for anyone.

    "The price is still £15m and the only firm bid that has come in is still from Leicester. Everyone feels that bids are going to come in for him, it's just a matter of when. But if a club doesn't pay the fee, then we will offer him a new contract to get him to stay."

  73. Traore set for Villa move


    Adama Traore

    According to the Daily Star, Spanish newspaper AS claims Barcelona winger Adama Traore has rejected interest from Liverpool, Everton and Stoke to move to Aston Villa.

    Reports claim the 19-year-old winger has agreed a three-year deal.

    Manager Tim Sherwood is a fan of the player but refused to confirm a move over the weekend.

  74. England get two wickets


    Elyse Villani

    England have made a double breakthrough in the Women's Ashes test at Canterbury.

    Anya Shrubsole took both - first, Elyse Villani was out for 33 and then captain Meg Lanning was dismissed for three.

    After 24 overs, Australia are 70-2

    Follow the latest on the BBC Sport website and 5 live sports extra.

  75. Full time: Australia 51-41 England

    Netball World Cup

    That's it - England's winning run in Sydney comes to an end at the hands of the world and Commonwealth champions.

    Next up for the Roses is a meeting with Wales on Wednesday, before Friday's final group game against South Africa.

    Australia v England
  76. Australia v England (Q3: 39-30)

    Netball World Cup

    Australia haven't been as dominant since Caitlin Bassett left the court but they look to have this one in the bag.

    England are still 10 behind with three minutes left to play.

  77. Post update

    England Netball: "A quick double from the Aussies and they have daylight. Clarke with a heavy, heavy tumble.... we hope she's OK."

  78. Australia v England (Q3: 39-30)

    Netball World Cup

    We're off for injury time-out at the half-way mark of the fourth quarter and Jade Clarke looks in a bad way.

    The England centre went to intercept an Australia lob and landed flat on her back on the court.

    She gingerly rises to her feet and carries on, to a warm reception from the crowd, and is awarded a penalty.

    England convert to make it 44-36.

  79. Wigan sign goalkeeper Jaaskelainen


    Jussi Jaaskelainen

    Wigan Athletic have signed former Bolton goalkeeper Jussi Jaaskelainen on a one-year deal.

    The 40-year-old, who played over 500 matches for Bolton, left West Ham last season and becomes the Latics third keeper alongside Richard O'Donnell and Lee Nicholls.

    "Jussi has had a tremendous career and was consistently one of the top keepers in the Premier League," says manager Gary Caldwell

    "He is still in fantastic condition and as well as providing great competition in the squad, his experience will be invaluable on and off the park."

  80. Australia v England (Q3: 39-30)

    Netball World Cup

    One change for Australia sees Caitlin Bassett replaced at goal shooter by namesake Caitlin Thwaites.

    And she gets off to a good start by sinking her first two goals.

    But Helen Housby responds at the other end to just about keep England in with a shout. Eight goal swing needed.

  81. Australia v England (Q3: 39-30)

    Netball World Cup

    England are going to need a big, big fourth and final quarter if they are to rescue this game and keep their 100% record in Sydney.

    Australia have kept up their solid and steady performance and go in 39-30 with 15 minutes to go.

  82. Martinez wants window closed


    Fans may disagree, but Everton boss Roberto Martinez reportedly wants the transfer window done and dusted with ahead of the first kick-off of the season to avoid any unnecessary distractions.

    It follows Chelsea's supposed interest in highly-rated defender John Stones.

    Martinez told Monday Night Football: "The window, when it is open and we have to prepare for official games, is very, very unfair. I don't think it is right."

    Roberto Martinez
  83. Butland sympathy for Hughes


    Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland is full of sympathy after Derby midfielder Will Hughes was ruled out of action for six months with an anterior cruciate ligament injury.

  84. Australia v England (HT 25-20)

    Netball World Cup

    Jo Harten

    England shooter Jo Harten throws her arms up in the air in a bid to rally her team-mates and the crowd as the Roses attempt to fight back into the game.

    They're doing the best they can to peg Australia back but the Diamonds are still able to weave their way down court with ease.

    Time out is called with the score 32-24 to the hosts.

  85. Schmeichel weighs in on De Gea


    Former Manchester United keeper Peter Schmeichel has criticised the way David De Gea's contract situation has been handled and urged the Spanish star to stay at Old Trafford.

    He told Talksport: "If the player is not happy; his agent, himself and the club that want him should have sorted this a long time ago. It's sad that it's dragged into the season."

    Peter Schmeichel

    De Gea has been heavily linked with Real Madrid during the summer transfer window and sat out Manchester United's opener against Tottenham over the weekend.

  86. Australia v England (HT 25-20)

    Netball World Cup

    Helen Housby was England's star player in their win against Jamaica and the 20-year-old zoology student has been drafted in at half-time against Australia, replacing Pamela Cookey at goal attack.

    But the change has been ineffective so far. Australia have now opened up a seven goal lead early doors in the third quarter.

  87. Australia v England (HT: 25-20)

    Netball World Cup

    The players are about to come back on for the second half.

    Tracey Neville has had her say at half-time. Can her England team pull back the five-goal deficit?

    Tracey Neville
  88. Australia make solid start in Test match


    Australia captain Meg Lanning

    Meanwhile in other sport, Australia have made a solid start against England in their Women's Ashes test match at Canterbury.

    The Aussies won the toss and opted to bat and after 13 overs are 33-0

    You can follow it all on the BBC Sport website and also on 5 live sports extra.

  89. Australia v England: HT 25-20

    Netball World Cup

    Australia really found their stride in the second quarter and are now 25-20 ahead at half-time.

    England head coach Tracey Neville hasn't been scared to ring the changes in the previous three games of the tournament, will she mix it up again for the second half?

  90. Post update

  91. Australia v England

    Netball World Cup

    Plenty of action on Twitter for Australia v England...

  92. Australia v England (Q1: 12-9)

    Netball World Cup

    Sonia Mkoloma

    England, now 20-14 down, have called an injury time-out as defender Eboni Beckford-Chambers receives ice to her ankle.

    And it seems no expense has been spared as kitchen roll is handed out for the girls to keep their hands sweat-free.

    Stacey Francis has been pulled from defence, and 36-year-old Sonia Mkoloma is on in her place.

    Serena Guthrie has moved to WD as Tamsin Greenway enters the fray at wing attack.

  93. It must be Lovejoy

    Netball World Cup

    A message of good luck from TV's Tim Lovejoy for his partner Tamsin Greenway here. That's not him, obviously.

  94. Australia v England (Q1:12-9)

    Netball World Cup

    The second quarter is underway in Sydney and England are keeping themselves in the contest, despite a good hustling from the Australians.

    If Tracey Neville's side are going to claw back the deficit, they're going to have to work out how to stop the towering Aussie shooter Caitlin Bassett. All 6ft 4ins of her.

    With 11 minutes to play before half-time it's 16-11.

  95. Q1: Australia 12-9 England

    Netball World Cup

    It's first blood to the reigning champions at the end of the first quarter.

    After a scrappy first five minutes, Australia have settled in well and capitalised on England's errors to take a marginal lead.

  96. Australia v England

    Netball World Cup

    Serena Guthrie

    There's England players flying all over the court.

    First of all, Stacey Francis flings herself across the surface and ends up over the advertising boards, then team-mate Serena Guthrie is barged off the ball and lands on all fours.

    Australia have a narrow 8-7 lead with three minutes left of the quarter to play.

  97. Australia v England latest

    Netball World Cup

    It's been an untidy start to the game so far.

    England have struggled to get through the Aussie defence at times but the Diamonds haven't been able to capitalise, so it's still going with centre at 5-5.

  98. Australia v England

    Netball World Cup

    The teams are out on court after their usual entrance fanfare/high fives.

    Australia go into this game off the back of their shock defeat by New Zealand, while England are on a roll with three wins from three.

    First centre to the Aussie Diamonds.

  99. Riviere could face surgery


    Newcastle United's Emmanuel Riviere risks missing the first few months of the new season after manager Steve McClaren revealed the forward may require surgery for a knee injury he picked up last month.

    He told the Chronicle: "I think Manu Riviere's knee was painful after training. So he might have to have surgery. We are investigating that."

    Emmanuel Riviere
  100. Stoichkov critical of van Gaal


    Louis van Gaal

    Meanwhile, also according to Marca, Pedro has been urged by former star Hristo Stoichkov to stay at the Catalan club rather than join Manchester United.

    Stoichkov played under Van Gaal at Barcelona in the late 1990s but has described the United boss as 'mediocre' and said he would destroy the club.

    "I would never leave if I was Pedro, never, because if he goes there he's just another player. I wish he would listen to me and say 'I'm staying in Barcelona." said the Bulgarian.

  101. City enter race for Pedro



    According to Spanish newspaper Marca, Manchester City have entered the race to sign Barcelona striker Pedro.

    Manchester United had been in pole position to sign Pedro but City's football director Txiki Begiristain has reportedly contacted the club to express an interest in the player.

  102. England ready for Ashes action


    Georgia Elwiss

    Australia have won the toss and chosen to bat in the Women's Ashes Test match at Canterbury which gets underway at 11:00 BST.

    Georgia Elwiss replaces Jenny Gunn for England who won just one of the three one-day matches in the series.

    You can hear every ball on 5 live sports extra and there is text commentary on the BBC Sport website.

  103. Derby's Hughes out for six months


    Will Hughes

    Derby County midfielder Will Hughes has been ruled out for six months with a knee injury.

    The 20-year damaged anterior cruciate ligaments in his right knee during the club's opening game of the Championship season against Bolton on Saturday.

    Hughes appeared to get his foot caught in the turf and had to be taken off on a stretcher after 33 minutes of the 0-0 draw at the Macron Stadium.

    He will have surgery this week and is set to be sidelined until February.

  104. Australia v England line-ups

    Netball World Cup

    Australia line-up: GS - Caitlin Bassett; GA - Natalie Medhurst; WA - Kimberlee Green; C - Kimberley Ravaillion; WD - Renae Hallinan; GD - Julie Corletto; GK - Laura Geitz

    England line-up: GS - Jo Harten; GA - Pamela Cookey; WA - Serena Guthrie; C - Jade Clarke; WD - Stacey Francis; GD - Ebonie Beckford-Chambers; GK - Geva Mentor

  105. Can England beat Australia (again)?

    Netball World Cup: Australia v England (11:20 BST)

    England v Australia

    England's last competitive outing against Australia ended in heartbreak when they lost by one point at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, with the Diamonds going on to take the gold.

    This time around, the two sides are vying for a place in the semi-finals of the Netball World Cup in Sydney.

    Australia are holders, hosts and 10-time champions, but England are unbeaten so far in the competition.

    We'll be bringing you updates of the game from 11:15 BST.

  106. Wanyama moves on from Morgan


    Southampton midfielder Victor Wanyama has admitted the loss of Morgan Schneiderlin to Manchester United is a blow for the team - but stressed they must learn to play without him.

    The Kenyan international told the Southern Daily Echo: "I know Morgan was good and also was key to our team, but now also we have to move on and I think we still have a great team and we have shown it [against Newcastle] that we can play without him."

    Victor Wanyama
  107. Klopp rules out Marseilles move


    Jurgen Klopp

    Jurgen Klopp's agent has ruled out the German taking over as coach of Marseilles after the sudden departure of controversial Argentine Marcelo Bielsa.

    Klopp left Borussia Dortmund at the end of last season and has since been linked with a host of top jobs, such as Liverpool, Real Madrid and Napoli, but the 48-year-old insists he's on sabbatical for an indeterminate period of time.

    "Marseille have shown great interest in him but, for Jurgen, the time has not yet come to return," Marc Kosicke told Bild newspaper.

    Bielsa quit suddenly on Saturday following his side's opening day 1-0 defeat at home to minnows Caen.

  108. Latest Gossip


    Lucas Leiva

    The Liverpool Echo reports that the Reds are willing to listen to offers for long-serving Brazilian midfielder Lucas Leiva.

    But according to the Daily Express, the 28-year-old has had a row with manager Brendan Rodgers.

  109. England Women bid for Ashes Test success


    England captain Charlotte Edwards

    After the excitement of England winning the Ashes last weekend, it's the turn of the Women's Ashes to take centre stage on Tuesday morning.

    It resumes in Canterbury with a one-off Test match (11:00 BST) as England attempt to overhaul their two-point deficit against Australia having lost two of the three one-day matches.

    Victory in the four-day match at the St Lawrence Ground is worth four points, two fewer than the Test England won en route to retaining the Ashes in 2014.

    You can hear every ball on 5 live sports extra from 10:25 BST and there is also text commentary on the BBC Sport website.

  110. Neil confident in Canaries


    Alex Neil

    Norwich manager Alex Neil believes his side can compete against their wealthier Premier League rivals.

    The Canaries lost 3-1 to Crystal Palace on Saturday with Palace able to leave £25m-rated Yannick Bolasie on the bench, alongside big-money signing Connor Wickham and on-loan Chelsea striker Patrick Bamford.

    "I don't think about the money side. That is more for directors," Neil told the Eastern Daily Press.

    "It helps to have that money if you can go and buy someone for £50m, but you can still be competitive. Look at teams like Southampton and Swansea. They have spent really well and brought in quality players and performed well in the league so it is achievable and there is no reason we can't do the same."

  111. 5 live Football Daily


    Can't get enough of your start to the season, City fans? BBC Radio 5 live's podcast is now available so you can drink in every last bit of it. You can find it here.

    Vincent Kompany
  112. Best and worst sporting losers

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    Matthew Farmer: Pardew was amusing. Defeats at Newcastle were always blamed on anything but him. The wind, the pitch, the crowd, the weather, the TV schedule. Never his fault though. Never.

    Stefan Glosby: Roger Federer is always a good loser, always taking the time to praise his opponents despite the pain of defeat. A true class act.

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  113. Silva lining

    West Brom 0-3 Man City

    David Silva

    When a £49m midfielder who is loved and loathed in equal measure steps out for your team, it's easy to forget that you have David Silva pulling the strings there too.

    The Spanish maestro put in an "unbelievable performance" against West Brom, according to Man City boss Manuel Pellegrini. Gary Lineker was just as gushing, calling Silva "different gravy" on Twitter.

    Goal-scoring captain Vincent Kompany hinted at an edge to City's attitude this season: "We came out knowing we had a point to prove. Obviously there is a lot of favourite teams now and we're not part of it, I've heard."

    Sunday is their chance to put that statement to its first proper test as they welcome Chelsea to the Etihad.

  114. Burnley Lansbury bid 'not accepted'


    Henri Lansbury

    Nottingham Forest owner Fawaz Al Hasawi has denied that a Burnley bid has been accepted for Henri Lansbury, just hours after club sources said a fee of £4m had been agreed for the midfielder.

    Al Hasawi said on Twitter: "We have not accepted any bid for Henri. The manager must be consulted and a replacement identified before I accept a bid."

    Lansbury, 24, joined Forest in 2012 and has a year left on his contract.

    Boss Dougie Freedman has previously said a bid from the Clarets "was not worth responding to".

  115. Stoke close in on Shaqiri


    Juliette Ferrington

    BBC Sport

    Stoke City are hopeful of completing the signing of midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri today.

    The Swiss international was at the Britannia Stadium on Sunday and watched as Stoke lost 1-0 to Liverpool.

    Xherdan Shaquiri

    The transfer is expected to break the club's transfer record set when Peter Crouch signed for the club for £10m from Tottenham in 2011. Stoke had agreed a club record fee of £12m but they withdrew the offer in July after he failed to respond to their deadline.

  116. Mixed fortunes for home nations

    Netball World Cup

    Wales v South Africa

    Wales' 100% record at the Netball World Cup came to an end on Monday after their 68-40 defeat by South Africa, in the second group stage.

    They will now face England on Wednesday before playing hosts Australia on Friday - with a place in the medal games at stake.

    It was better news for Scotland who came out on top against Barbados, winning 37-34.

    The Thistles failed to join Wales in the top-eight tier and are now playing for where they will finish overall.

  117. On this day

    1991: US golfer John Daly came from nowhere to win the US PGA title at the Crooked Stick course in Indiana, having been a tour rookie and ninth reserve for the tournament.

    BBC Sport has live radio commentary of this year's tournament at Whistling Straits, starting on Thursday on BBC Radio 5 live at 21:30 BST.

    John Daly
  118. BBC Sport Predictor results


    Predictor game

    The first round of Premier League matches are over which means the first results of our new Premier League predictor game are in.

    The most successful team's fans at predicting were Watford, whose supporters averaged 57 points. Least successful? To round off a miserable weekend, West Brom's fans only got an average of 42 points.

    The success of the age groups? The younger you are, the better predictors you are, according to our stats. The 13-15 age group averaged 55. Each older age group were progressively worse. The 65+ crew only got 47.

    (It is 10 points for a correct result with another 30 points for the exact result.)

  119. McIlroy ready for PGA


    World number one Rory McIlroy is putting his best foot forward ahead of his PGA Championship defence this week.

    The Northern Irishman has been out of action with an ankle injury since June but has told the Daily Mail it now feels "even better when I swing hard".

    There are some fairly gratuitous pictures of said ankle, too, if you fancy taking a look over your breakfast.

    McIlroy tees off with Jordan Speith and Zach Johnson on Thursday at 19:20 BST.

    Rory McIlroy
  120. Yaya's back - Pellegrini

    West Brom 0-3 Man City

    Mulling over your first fantasy football transfer this weekend? Yaya Toure must be back on your list now. 

    Don't believe me? Just ask his boss...

    "We know what he can give to our team in every game," said Manuel Pellegrini.

    "Yaya had a strange year last year. It was not the way he normally started a season. He had many problems, with the death of his brother, and then problems with his agent.

    "Now he is more calm and we will see the same Yaya that we know."

    Yaya Toure
  121. Best and worst sporting losers

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    From taking it on the chin to throwing the toys out of the pram, the art of PR has often escaped football managers. 

    Tony Pulis's magnanimous acceptance of failure against Man City was an example of how to win over fans, while Jose Mourinho's less-than-dignified potshot at his own backroom staff on Saturday wasn't exactly textbook stuff. 

    That's why we want to know who your best and worst sporting losers are.

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    Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho
  122. 'Rude awakening' - Pulis

    West Brom 0-3 Man City

    West BrombossTony Puliswas refreshingly honest about his decision-making last night, taking the blame for misjudging his tactics.

    He explained: "I said to the players after the game I have to take responsibility for this one. 

    "I played Saido Berahino and Rickie Lambert and that left the midfield too open. It went against the principles I have always worked to and it has given me a rude awakening."

    You can watch his post-match interview here.

    Tony Pulis
  123. Tuesday's papers

    Daily Mail

    'Roar Power' is the headline splashed across the back of the Daily Mail, followed by a warning to Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho. The picture is of goal-scorer Vincent Kompany, who said his team have a "point to prove" this season.

    Daily Mail
  124. What's on

    OK, a quick glance to the future now. Cricket and football is the order of the day today. We'll also have updates from England v Australia at the Netball World Cup, and there will be live text commentary of the Uefa Super Cup final between Barcelona and Sevilla. That will be live from around 19:00 BST.

    What's on BBC Sport
  125. Tuesday's papers

    Daily Record

    The Daily Record leads with the continuing fallout over Celtic number two John Collins's suggestion that SPFL players are "not clever or quick enough" to prepare the Hoops for Europe. Attention also turns to Rory McIlroy's impending defence of his PGA title.

    Daily Record
  126. Tuesday's papers

    The Express

    The Express

    City again dominate the back page of the Express, but there's space too for Sam Burgess after his inclusion on the roster for England's World Cup warm-up against France. The paper reports that he will face a "shootout" for a call-up with Exeter's Henry Slade.

  127. Tuesday's papers

    The Sun

    The Sun

    The Sun is less presumptuous about title predictions this early into a Premier League season, instead focusing on Yaya Toure's standout performance to steer City to the top of the league on goal difference.

    It also claims Chelsea are in for left-back Abdul Rahman Baba from German team Augsburg, with £17m the figure doing the rounds.

  128. Tuesday's papers

    The Mirror

    The Mirror

    The Mirror talks of "title omens" after Manchester City's comprehensive victory last night, touching on the fact that their previous winning campaigns have kicked off with Monday night wins.

    More ominously in the short-term, perhaps, the paper also claims that Manuel Pellegrini is close to signing Wolfsburg playmaker Kevin De Bruyne for £47m.

    Beyond City, Liverpool defensive midfielder Lucas is reportedly on his way out of Anfield after a bust-up with Brendan Rodgers, and West Ham fans are said to be up in arms over a potential move for Joey Barton.

  129. Good morning

    All eyes were on this man, Raheem Sterling, last night...

    Raheem Sterling

    When really they should have been on this man, Yaya Toure, who popped up to poke two into the West Brom goal...

    Yaya Toure

    We'll have all the reaction to Manchester City's win at the Baggies which saw them make the strongest start of any of the Premier League's big four, plus build-up to tonight's League Cup action, the latest transfers, and updates from the Women's Ashes.

    Welcome to Sportsday. First, let's take a look at the back pages...