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Summary

  1. Jessica Ennis-Hill, Mo Farah and Greg Rutherford named on shortlist
  2. Andy Murray, Lewis Hamilton and Lucy Bronze also in
  3. Tyson Fury, Chris Froome, Lizzie Armitstead, Adam Peaty, Max Whitlock & Kevin Sinfield complete list

Live Reporting

By Saj Chowdhury

All times stated are UK

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  1. The nominees for BBC Sports Personality 2015...

    Lizzie Armitstead

    Lucy Bronze

    Tyson Fury

    Adam Peaty

    Greg Rutherford

    Mo Farah

    Andy Murray

    Jessica Ennis-Hill

    Chris Froome

    Kevin Sinfield

    Max Whitlock

    Lewis Hamilton

  2. Balding to reveal SPOTY nominees

    SPOTY contenders, BBC One's The One Show & this website, 19:00 GMT

    Presenter Clare Balding is on The One Show couch and is about to reveal the nominees for Sports Personality of the Year 2015.

    I wonder if there will be any surprises?

  3. Get Involved #SPOTY

    Your favourite SPOTY moment

    What's your favourite moment from previous BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards?

    Was it Sir Bradley Wiggins' winning speech in 2012?

    Was it when the crowd rose for Sir Bobby Charlton when he won the Lifetime Award in 2008?

    Get involved using #SPOTY and/or the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  4. Who won what during SPOTY 2014?

    SPOTY contenders, BBC One's The One Show & this website, 19:00 GMT

    Claudia Fragapane
    Image caption: Claudia Fragapane was the 2014 Young Sports Personality of the Year

    Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton won last year's Sports Personality of the Year award in Glasgow, taking 34% of the 620,932 votes cast, with golfer Rory McIlroy second and athlete Jo Pavey third.

    Real Madrid footballer Cristiano Ronaldo was named Overseas Personality of the Year, and the England women's rugby union team took the Team of the Year prize.

    European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley won Coach of the Year, six-time Olympic gold medallist Sir Chris Hoy was honoured with a lifetime achievement award, and Young Sports Personality of the Year was given to gymnast Claudia Fragapane, who won four gold medals at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

  5. Who decides the SPOTY nominees?

    SPOTY contenders, BBC One's The One Show & this website, 19:00 GMT

    So who puts together the shortlist for the main Sports Personality of the Year award?

    Here is your panel:

    • Dame Mary Peters (1972 Olympic pentathlon champion)
    • Maggie Alphonsi (England women's Rugby World Cup winner)
    • Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson (11-time Paralympic gold medallist)
    • Jermaine Jenas (former England international footballer)
    • Hazel Irvine (BBC Sport presenter)
    • Baroness Sue Campbell (Chair of the Youth Sport Trust)
    • Cliff Hayes (associate head of sport content at the Sun)
    • Tim Hallissey (head of sport at the Times)
    • Ian Prior (head of sport at the Guardian and Observer)
    • Barbara Slater (BBC director of sport)
    • Philip Bernie (BBC head of TV sport)
    • Carl Doran (Sports Personality of the Year executive editor).
  6. Overseas Sports Personality voting

    SPOTY contenders, BBC One's The One Show & this website, 19:00 GMT

    Did you know you could vote for this year's Overseas Sports Personality of the Year right now?

    To vote, you will need to be registered with a BBC iD. Signing up only takes a matter of seconds, and creating your BBC iD now means you will be in a position to cast your vote for the main Sports Personality of the Year award on Sunday, 20 December. 

    The contenders:

    • Usain Bolt (athletics)
    • Dan Carter (rugby union)
    • Novak Djokovic (tennis)
    • Katie Ledecky (swimming)
    • Jordan Spieth (golf)
    • Serena Williams (tennis)

    The full details for this award can be found here.

  7. Sports Personality first for Belfast

    SPOTY contenders, BBC One's The One Show & this website, 19:00 GMT

    Sports Personality of the Year logo

    So when is Sports Personality of the Year? Where is it being held?

    Belfast's 8,000-capacity Odyssey Arena will host the awards spectacular on Sunday, 20 December.

    It will be the first time that Northern Ireland has hosted the event, which first went on the road in 2006.

  8. Sports Personality nominees to be revealed

    Watch The One Show, BBC One, 19:00 GMT & this website

    Sports Personality trophy

    Brit Awards? No thanks. Oscars? You must be joking.

    No other nominees announcement* causes as much excitement, controversy, disputes and delight as the 'big reveal' of the shortlist for Sports Personality of the Year.

    You need to tune into BBC One at 19:00 GMT or click the play button on this page, because The One Show will be making the big announcement.

    If you're unlucky enough to not be able to receive BBC TV coverage, then I am here to reveal the names myself.

    It's a BBC digi-simul-cast. 

    *The opinion of some

  9. 'Some things never change'

    Tennis

    Judy Murray

    Before we go all Sports Personality, let's leave the last word of the day to Judy Murray - who, quite frankly, could win the Davis Cup if she declared her family an independent country. She spoke to 5 live earlier about her sons' achievements and their celebrations last night. 

    "The players went out for the official dinner back at the venue and the family waited for them at the team hotel Andy came in with his suit on and went straight back upstairs and came back down in his joggers and t-shirt. Some things never change," she said. 

    "We had some champagne at the table. Some fizz was consumed. Everybody was having a great time."

    On seeing her two sons winning the doubles together, she said "It is a very special moment. The great thing for them is that they know each other very well but they also know each other’s tennis very well. 

    "They intuitively know what they need to do. They’re both great fighters, great competitors. For me watching them, it’s always the doubles which gets me the most. It was really quite amazing to be able to watch that. "

  10. Ranting and raving about Tyson

    Boxing

    Fury's rant

    In case you missed it, new world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury's father John is a very proud dad.

    So proud that earlier at a media conference in Bolton, following his son's victory over Wladimir Klitschko, he embarked on an incredible rant in praise of the 27-year-old.  

  11. Carter struggling with pain in York

    Snooker

    Ali Carter says he was struggling with abdominal pain caused by Crohn's Disease during his UK Championship third-round exit against John Higgins. 

    The two-time World Championship finalist lost 6-2 defeat at York's Barbican Centre, having previously overcome a battle with cancer. 

    "I've got such a handicap against all the other players, living with this Crohn's Disease that I've got," he said. "You can't settle, when you've got constant abdominal pain like I have at the moment. I don't want to keep going on about it but it really is p***ing me right off at the minute."

  12. Tonight on BBC Radio 5 live

    Football

    Don't forget that in addition to the Sports Personality nominees being revealed at 19:00 GMT on the One Show, the Monday Night Club is well worth a listen on BBC Radio 5 live with Mark Chapman. Kevin Kilbane and Robbie Savage are among his guests. 

  13. Happy Birthday Gary

    30th November

    Forgive us for not mentioning this sooner but former England, Leicester and Everton striker Gary Lineker is 55 today. You may have seen him presenting Match of the Day recently where he looks slightly different.  

    Gary Lineker
  14. Doing it for the vegans

    Snooker

    Peter Ebdon

    Peter Ebdon said his vegan diet helped him defy sleep deprivation to send world champion Stuart Bingham crashing out of the UK Championship at the last-32 stage.

    Ebdon only finished his 6-5 second-round win over Dominic Dale at 1.30am and was back on the table at York's Barbican Centre less than 12 hours later. 

    He said: "I've probably had four or five bananas today, I've had some apples, grapes. I feel as fresh as a daisy. It would have been so easy for me to fold today and I just felt fantastic. 

    "I'm absolutely over the moon, it's not every day you beat a world champion."

  15. Like father, like son

    Football

    Zinedine Zidane's son, Luca, has reportedly been sent off for clashing heads with an opponent during Real Madrid’s youth game with Atletico Madrid over the weekend. 

    It had echoes of Zinedine's infamous headbutt on Italian defender Marco Materazzi, while playing for France during the 2006 World Cup final. 

    Zinedine Zidane
  16. Bingham out of UK Championship

    Snooker

    Owen Phillips

    BBC Sport at the Barbican Centre, York

    Stuart Bingham

    World champion Stuart Bingham suffered a shock defeat against Peter Ebdon at the the third-round stage of this year's UK Championship.

    Bingham has struggled to find his best form since winning at the Crucible but had been impressive in winning through to the last 32. 

    However, former world champion Ebdon wore down the Essex man in a tense opening six frames before easing to victory.

    John Higgins joined Ebdon in round four, with a clinical 6-2 victory over Ali Carter.

  17. Barca file complaint against pundits

    Football

    Barcelona have filed a formal complaint against two former Real Madrid players turned pundits after they suggested Barca forward Neymar deserved the kick he received from Real midfielder Isco in this month's La Liga 'Clasico'.

    Isco, who had come on as a substitute 10 minutes into the second half of Barca's 4-0 win at the Bernabeu, lashed out in apparent frustration at Neymar in the 85th minute and was shown a straight red card.

    According to Barca, former Real players Manolo Sanchis and Poli Rincon "publically and repeatedly justified the aggression" on Spanish radio and the club said on Monday they had filed a complaint with a Spanish government commission that seeks to combat violence in sport.

    Neymar and Isco
  18. Sports Personality nominees announced

    Sports Personality

    The Ballon D'or nominees were announced earlier and you can probably guess who was involved. But come 19:00 GMT the BBC Sports Personality of the Year contenders will be revealed on the One Show on BBC One and it promises to be a little bit more tricky to predict. 

    Who do you think deserves a nomination?

  19. A tale of two Cities

    Football

    Jamie Vardy

    Only goal difference separates Premier League leaders Manchester City and second-place Leicester City but, on average, Manuel Pellegrini's players cost more than 10-times the amount of their Foxes counterparts, says new research by the CIES Football Observatory. 

    Across Europe's big five leagues, only Real Madrid have fielded more expensive players than Manchester City, whose average cost is £19.9m per player.

    By contrast, Leicester's stars cost an average of £1.76m. Real top the list with players who set them back £21.6m each. Ouch. 

  20. England set Pakistan target of 155

    Cricket

    James Vince chats with Chris Woakes

    England hit 154-8 in the third Twenty20 match in Sharjah to set Pakistan a target of 155 to win the game. James Vince's 46 runs have given England a chance after a poor start. They have an unassailable 2-0 lead. 

    You can see how Pakistan do in our live text commentary. 

  21. Fury's proud father

    Boxing

    In case you missed it, new world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury's father John is a very proud dad.

    So proud that earlier at a media conference in Bolton, following his son's victory over Wladimir Klitschko, he embarked on an incredible rant in praise of the 27-year-old.  

    John Fury
  22. Murray laughs off victory parade

    Tennis

    Andy Murray

    Andy Murray and his Davis Cup team-mates have laughed off the idea of a victory parade after Great Britain won the title for the first time in 79 years against Belgium on Sunday. 

    Murray said: "I'm not sure anyone would come, we'd just be going round London seeing sights on our own and waving at buildings."

    Captain Leon Smith added: "Yeah, that could backfire."

  23. No I in team - Ivanovic

    Football

    Diego Costa

    Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic insists the needs of the team must come first as Chelsea reflect on Diego Costa's display of petulance in Sunday's goalless draw with Tottenham where the striker flicked a bib at Jose Mourinho after not being introduced as a substitute.

    Ivanovic said: "I expect Diego to come back strongly. We start the season as a team and we have to finish as a team. Sometimes for a player who isn't playing it's difficult but it is a normal situation for the club. 

    "When we start losing we all know it's not about the one or two players playing badly or playing well - it's about the team."

  24. Manchester to stage Players Championship

    Snooker

    Snooker’s Players Championship will be staged at Event City in Manchester for the first time next year.

    The world ranking tournament will run from March 22 to 27 and will feature many of the sport's top players with a top prize of £100,000.

    It was previously staged in Ireland and Preston, and last season took place in Thailand, where Joe Perry claimed the title by beating Mark Williams in the final.

  25. Johnson 'deserves England recall'

    Glen Johnson

    Stoke and England goalkeeper Jack Butland believes clubmate Glen Johnson is playing well enough to warrant an international recall.

    Full-back Johnson has not featured for national boss Roy Hodgson since last year's World Cup in Brazil.

    "If he gets into the England side. it's because he's doing extremely well for us. He's relishing the opportunity to be back out there showcasing what he's got, which is a lot of talent," Butland told BBC Radio Stoke.

  26. Moody wants Baxter involvement

    Rugby Union

    Rob Baxter

    Former England captain Lewis Moody expects Eddie Jones to appoint Steve Borthwick and Leigh Jones, who worked with him while in charge Japan, when selecting his England coaching team, but believes Exeter's Rob Baxter must be given a role. 

    Jones officially begins work at Twickenham on Tuesday after agreeing a four-year contract to become Stuart Lancaster's successor.

    "I'd love to see Rob involved," Moody said. "I like everything he stands for at Exeter where he has done so much despite having fairly scarce financial backing."

  27. Victor Valdes' wife hits out at Man Utd

    Football

    Yolanda Cardona

    Victor Valdes' wife has hit out at Manchester United for not inviting her husband to a charity function at Old Trafford on Sunday. 

    Manager Louis van Gaal and first-team players squad attended the club's annual dinner for Unicef, which raised £230,000 but Valdes was not invited. 

    The goalkeeper's wife Yolanda Cardona took to Instagram to criticise the club. Underneath a picture of players she wrote: "Do not invite to my husband @vicvaldes1 to be part of the #united4unicef , it's the last thing you don't expect from one of the biggest club as @manchesterunited. A Charity event, its always a Charity event." 

    United said Valdes was not invited because he is not a member of the first-team squad. Valdes signed for United on an 18-month contract in January, but the former Barcelona stopper has only played two games for the club.

  28. Silly tackles must stop - Hutchinson

    Sam Hutchinson

    Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Sam Hutchinson has admitted he must cut out "stupid tackles" ahead of their League Cup quarter-final meeting with Stoke.

    The 26-year-old has collected 10 yellow cards this season and missed Wednesday's last two games through suspension.

    "I'm obviously learning the position because for 17 years at Chelsea I was a right-back or a centre-back, but the last three bookings were rash," he said.

  29. West Ham wait on Sakho injury

    Football

    West Ham are waiting to hear the extent of the injury suffered by Diafra Sakho after he limped off with a thigh problem against West Brom on Sunday.

    The Senegal international's injury is the third to hit the Hammers attack after playmaker Dimitri Payet and winger Enner Valencia were hurt against Everton earlier this month. 

    "You can see injuries in every club and to be fair the number who are missing is not a lot, but the ones missing are key players who play in the same position," said manager Slaven Bilic. 

    "Valencia, Payet, and now Sakho. It is very hard to replace them." 

    Diafra Sakho
  30. Nothing to worry about for Aguero

    Football

    Good news for Manchester City fans after the striker limped off against Southampton on Saturday.

  31. Premier League agents fees hit £130m

    Football

    The Premier League says its clubs' payments to agents from 1 October 2014 to 30 September 2015 have risen from £115m for the same period last year to £129.86m this year.

    Liverpool spent most on agents fees, amounting to £14.3m, with Manchester United second on £13.8m, Manchester City third on £12.4m and Chelsea fourth on £11.9m. 

    Who'd be an agent eh?

  32. Falcao could have to stay at Chelsea

    Football

    The Daily Mail reports that Chelsea fear they could be stuck with striker Radamel Falcao until the end of the season.

    The Colombia international has failed to impress during a season-long loan spell from Monaco and the Blues are keen to end the deal as they look to free up space for a new striker in January.

    However, his parent club are reluctant to take him back in the transfer window.

    Radamel Falcao
  33. Postecoglou tips Cahill to stay playing

    Football

    Australia coach Ange Postecoglou says former Everton striker Tim Cahill could play all the way to the next World Cup.

    The 35-year-old, who now plays for Shanghai Shenhua scored three times against Bangladesh earlier this month to reach 45 international goals and would be almost 39 when it comes to Russia 2018.

    Tim Cahill

    "He can't stop scoring goals and if he keeps scoring goals he'll keep getting picked," said Postecoglou. 

    "At the moment I think he's still performing very very well for us and he's a massive contributor. We've got some young players coming through who we know will help us get to the next level but we're certainly not going to push Timmy into retirement while he's playing the way he is."

  34. England win toss and choose to bat

    Cricket

    England have won the toss and have chosen to bat in their third Twenty20 match against Pakistan in Sharjah. They might have an unassailable 2-0 lead but our man Marc Higginson can guide you through proceedings with his usual wit and wisdom. You can follow the match, which is about to start, right here. 

  35. Smith agrees Brentford switch

    Football

    Sounds like it's sorted. Dean Smith moves to Brentford following the sacking of Dutchman Marinus Dijkhuizen on 28 September after eight matches in charge.

  36. Smith agrees Brentford switch

    Football

  37. Ward 'unlikely to walk again'

    Speedway

    Elite League rider Darcy Ward says he is "unlikely to ever walk again" following a high-speed crash in Poland three months ago.

    The 23-year-old, who was on loan to Swindon Robins from Poole Pirates before the accident, is confined to a wheelchair and planning to return home to his native Australia.

    "I know that this is probably it forever. But I also know that miracles can happen in medicine in this day and age," he told BBC South Today.

  38. Sampson feels 'privileged' after Fifa nomination

    Football

  39. Three Kenyan officials suspended

    Athletics

    The IAAF ethics commission has suspended three senior Kenyan track and field federation officials over the "potential subversion" of the anti-doping system in the country.

    The IAAF says Athletics Kenya President Isaiah Kiplagat, vice president David Okeyo, who is also an IAAF Council member, and 2015 world championships team leader Joseph Kinyua have been suspended for 180 days "in the interests of the integrity of the sport.''

    The three men are also accused of "potential improper diversion from Athletics Kenya of funds received from Nike.'' 

    The IAAF says Kiplagat is also being investigated over an "apparent gift'" of two cars from the Qatar Athletics Federation received by Athletics Kenya in 2014-15. Qatar won the right to stage the 2019 world championships in a November 2014 vote. 

  40. Stoke media conference

    Football

    More from Stoke City manager Mark Hughes as his side prepare to meet Sheffield Wednesday in the Capital One Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday.

  41. Bingham struggles in York

    Snooker

    Owen Phillips

    BBC Sport

    Reigning world champion Stuart Bingham is in trouble at the mid-session interval in his third-round UK Championship meeting with former world champion Peter Ebdon.

    Veteran Ebdon only finished his second-round game at 01:20 this morning, but is showing no ill-effects and is 3-1 ahead.

    John Higgins, one of the pre-tournament favourites at the York Barbican and already a double ranking event winner this season, leads Ali Carter 3-1.

    Carter had chances in all of the frames but Higgins has been in ruthless form and has taken advantage of any errors.

    Stuart Bingham
  42. Bolton fail to play their players

    Football

    Bolton have issued a statement on their website confirming the first team playing squad are yet to receive their wages for the month of November.

    It says: "This is due to the ongoing situation surrounding the club's ownership off the field." 

    Trevor Birch, recently appointed as adviser to the Bolton Wanderers board and owner, said: "This is due to a short-term funding issue. We are working hard behind the scenes and hope to have this resolved in a quick and timely manner and  I will be meeting the players tomorrow to update them."

  43. Joshua says Fury fight 'will happen'

    Boxing

    Anthony Joshua

    Anthony Joshua says an all-British world heavyweight title showdown with Tyson Fury "will happen" at some stage after Wladimir Klitschko's reign over the division came to an end on Saturday. 

    Joshua faces Dillian Whyte at London on 12 December, and is aiming to extend his perfect professional record to 15 wins.

    The 26-year-old told Sky Sports: "People want it to happen, at some stage down the line it will happen, whether it's next year or the year after. I believe I can beat anyone, so I can beat Tyson Fury."

  44. Rain-affected snooker?

    Snooker

    Owen Phillips

    BBC Sport

    "It's been lashing down with rain all day in York so far. Perfect weather for snooker you would have thought.

    "Apparently not. The moisture in the air affects the consistency of the bounce of the balls off the cushions and most of the players have all been complaining. Even Stephen Maguire, who won his second-round game 6-0.

    Stephen Maguire

    "Anyway, back on the baize now with round three getting under way. World champion Stuart Bingham, John Higgins and Ali Carter all in action for the afternoon session.  

    You can watch live coverage from York by clicking here

  45. Stoke media conference

    Stoke City v Sheffield Wednesday (Tuesday, 19:45 GMT)

    Here's Stoke manager Mark Hughes ahead of his side's Capital One Cup tie at home to Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday.

  46. ICC release statement on Cairms

    Cricket

    The International Cricket Council has responded with a brief statement after former New Zealand cricketer Chris Cairns was cleared of perjury and perverting the course of justice.

    The statement reads: "The ICC notes the decision of the jury finding Mr Chris Cairns not guilty and confirms its utmost respect for the process that has been followed.

     "The ICC and its Anti Corruption Unit (ACU) will continue to work closely with and provide all possible support to players in order that the fight against corruption can be tackled effectively and collectively.

     "The ICC will not make any further comment on this matter."

  47. Davis Cup your highlight of the weekend

    Get Involved

    Andy Murray, Jamie Vardy, Tyson Fury

    Voting has now closed - thank you to all who took part. 

    Vote results; Davis Cup 46%, Tyson Fury 39%, Jamie Vardy 25%.
  48. Zabaleta's night out

    Football

    Interesting musical tastes from the Manchester City man...

    The Quo - as they are known to their fans - played a sold-out show in Manchester on Sunday.

  49. Tyson Fury news conference

    Boxing

    And with that, a truly remarkable news conference finishes. 

    In a news conference where Tyson Fury compared himself to a Mongoose, his trainer and uncle claimed it was the "greatest victory in heavyweight boxing since Ali v Liston", and his father compared David Haye to the lion from the Wizard of Oz, and commanded the assembled media to "stand up and bow down to my son", whilst railing against those who 'try to discredit' them.

    There's no doubting it, Tyson Fury is unique... 

    Tyson Fury
  50. More from John Fury

    Boxing

    As the remarkable news conference draws to a close, the start of the show, John Fury, adds "Can I just say one more thing?"

    "Germany treated us so well. Those beautiful people in Germany got behind us, they told us we could do it. They treated us like human beings, treated us with open arms. Thank you Germany."

  51. The John Fury show

    Boxing

    This is quite remarkable. Tyson's father John Fury is getting into his stride. 

    He challenges the assembled journalists, whom he calls 'plastic', standing up and commanding "Get up and bow to my son, every one of you". 

    The 50-year old John Fury then challenges Lennox Lewis to a fight!

  52. Tyson Fury news conference

    Boxing

    More from Tyson Fury:

    "There were all these little things that Klitschko did that affected other fighters in the past but they didn't faze me.

    "I have a saying - If God is with me, who can be against me?"

    Fury also admitted that one of his friends brought all of the food and water he consumed in Germany over from England to avoid possible contamination.

  53. Tyson Fury news conference

    Boxing

    A question from a journalist to Tyson: How good a role model will you be for kids who look up to you? 

    "It depends what type of role model you're after. If you're after a yes man, it's not me. If you want someone who knows what the world is like, then yes, they can look up to me" 

    You can watch the Tyson Fury news conference by clicking on 'live coverage' above.

    Tyson Fury
  54. "They're all just bare bums in the shower!"

    Boxing

    Tyson says he wasn't too impressed with Wladimir Klitschko. "I was expecting him to be stronger. He hit me flush on the nose - I didn't feel it. He hit me on the temple - I didn't feel it at the time. I did afterwards, I've been taking Neurofen for the pain!"

    "Take the glamour and the glitz away from these people, they're all just bare bums in the shower.

    "I'm still Tyson Fury. I'm still going to go home in an old Land Rover and go to bed. 

    "If people don't like it, change the channel. Dont' take photos. Don't print it in your newspaper. Do I care? Not really."

  55. Tyson Fury news conference

    Boxing

    You can watch the Tyson Fury news conference by clicking on 'live coverage' above.

    Wladimir Klitschko and Tyson Fury

    Tyson Fury admits his victory still hasn't sunk in.

    I'm not really interested whatever I have to fight next," he says.

    "I am just focussing on what I have done. It's not sunk in yet. I'm just waiting for it to come down. I feel like I am floating about and when I come down I will make a decision on who I fight next.

    "I haven't done something I didn't believe I could do. I outboxed him for 12 rounds rather than knocking him out in two and that is better."

  56. "This is a new beginning in boxing"

    Boxing

    Tyson's father John Fury begins by saying "I haven't really got much more to say". 

    It turns out that he has. 

    "If there is such as thing as the 8th wonder of the world, then you're looking at it. My son. He had people disbelieving him, people discrediting him.", he says.

    "Times do change, people move over to a new beginning. This is a new beginning in boxing. This has never been done before, and will never be done again."

    Peter Fury

    He then singles out one reporter whom he calls a 'disbeliever' - "we've had a million people like you", he says, before going on to compare David Haye to the lion from the Wizard of Oz, saying he lacks courage.

    "We cornered Wladimir Klitschko - we had four world title eliminators, and we defeated him, humiliated him. It was the sweetest moment ever. And believe you me, there's a lot more to come from Tyson Fury."

  57. Tyson Fury news conference

    Boxing

    Trainer Peter Fury takes to the microphone.

    "Nobody gave Tyson a chance except his own people. It goes to show how these so-called experts can get it so wrong," he says.

    "Wladimir is a great champion. Tyson was not able to get some of his shots off just like Wladimir couldn't get some of his shots off.

    "Tyson has learned his craft very well. To beat Wladimir to the jab and to win this fight convincingly. He has made a statement.

    "This is the greatest victory in heavyweight boxing since Ali v Liston."

  58. Tyson Fury news conference

    Boxing

    Tyson gets a round of applause from the assembled media as he is introduced, and he's off with his trademark humility. 

    "That was a masterclass performance over the best fighter on the planet" he says with a grin. "No-one else had landed any shots on the guy. It just shows you what type of talent you're messing with. 

    "Anyone who wants to try and discredit my performance is just pure jealous".

    Tyson Fury

    You can watch the Tyson Fury news conference by clicking on 'live coverage' above.

  59. Tyson Fury news conference

    Boxing

    Finally we hear from Tyson Fury.

    "I'm stuck for words. What can I say?," he tells the assembled.

    "I'm not surprised or overwhelmed. I always said it and it has come true."

    Tyson Fury

    You can watch the Tyson Fury news conference by clicking on 'live coverage' above.

  60. Tyson Fury news conference

    Boxing

    Here's Tyson.... 

  61. A familiar face back at Melwood

    Football

  62. Tyson Fury news conference

    Boxing

    Tyson's running late. He was originally due at 12:30 GMT, but he has been spotted at the Macron Stadium, so we'll hopefully bring you live coverage soon! 

    As and when it does start, you'll be able to watch it live by clicking above.  

  63. Puskas award nominees

    Football

    In amongst all that, there were three nominations for Fifa's goal of the year, also known as the Puskas award, which is decided by a public vote. They were for Alessandro Florenzi's 55-yard strike for Roma against Barcelona, Wendell Lira's bicycle kick for Goianésia and Lionel Messi's mazy run for Barcelona against Athletic Bilbao last May. 

    All worthy contenders, but there is some debate about another goal which is missing from the shortlist....

  64. Ballon d'Or nominees

    Football

  65. Fifa World Coach of the Year nominees

    Football

    Jorge Sampaoli

    Also worth mentioning that Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola, Barcelona manager Luis Enrique and Chile head coach Jorge Sampaoli, who led his team to victory in the Copa America, are the nominees for Fifa World Coach of the Year in men's football.  

  66. Ballon d'Or nominees

    Football

    And in the men's nominees for Fifa player of the year, it's Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar. Quelle surprise! 

  67. Carli Lloyd among women's nominees

    Football

    World Cup winning captain Carli Lloyd is among the trio for the Fifa women's player of the year. She is joined by Japan's Aya Miyama and Germany's Celia Sasic.

  68. Sampson on Fifa coach of year shortlist

    Football

    Mark Sampson

    England women's boss Mark Sampson has been announced as one of three nominees for Fifa World Coach of the Year in women's football after leading the Lionesses to bronze at the World Cup. After United States won the trophy in Canada, their head coach Jill Ellis is among the trio as is Japan's Norio Sasaki, whose side wer beaten in the final. 

  69. Tyson Fury news conference

    Boxing

    Tyson Fury is about to give his first news conference since his return to Britain after winning the heavyweight title at the weekend. 

    It was due to start at 13:00 GMT, but he's keeping reporters at Bolton's Macron Stadium waiting... 

    As and when it does start, you'll be able to watch it by clicking above.

    Tyson Fury
  70. Neville in temporary charge at Valencia

    Football

    Phil Neville and Voro have taken charge of first-team affairs at Valencia until further notice following the resignation of manager Nuno on Sunday night.

    A formal statement is expected later on Monday after a meeting between Nuno and club directors, but Neville and Voro led training on Monday morning, the club said on Twitter. 

  71. Stanislas delighted by rare header

    Bournemouth forward Junior Stanislas says his late equaliser in their 3-3 draw with Everton is the first headed goal he can remember scoring.

    The 26-year-old netted his second of the game in the eighth minute of stoppage time.

    "I don't think I've ever got one with my head," he said. It's really unlike me, but I've got to give the manager some credit. He changed my position and pushed me inside, putting Joshua King out wide."

  72. Fury v Klitsckho highlights

    Boxing

    The 5 live commentary team of (L-R) Steve Bunce, Richie Woodhall and Mike Costello
    Image caption: The 5 live commentary team of (L-R) Steve Bunce, Richie Woodhall and Mike Costello

    If you've never heard boxing on the radio, now's your chance. 

    Between 20:00 and 23:00 GMT this evening, you can hear highlights of Mike Costello's electrifying commentary of Tyson Fury’s victory over Wladimir Klitschko on 5 live Sports Extra. 

    There's a reason many people say boxing is better on the radio than the tv... 

    Klitschko-Fury
  73. Everton media conference

    Middlesbrough v Everton (Tuesday, 19:45 GMT)

    More from Everton manager Roberto Martinez - this time on Romelu Lukaku.

  74. Baines close to comeback

    Middlesbrough v Everton (Tuesday, 19:45 GMT)

    Everton manager Roberto Martinez is facing the media ahead of his side's Capital One Cup quarter-final against Middlesbrough on Tuesday and has some injury news.

  75. What was your highlight of the weekend

    Get Involved

    It was an incredible weekend of sport. But what was your highlight from it? 

    • Great Britain winning the Davis Cup?
    • Jamie Vardy breaking the Premier League record?
    • Tyson Fury winning the world title?

    Let us know which you thought was best by voting above. 

    For our full terms and conditions, click here.

    Andy Murray, Jamie Vardy, Tyson Fury
  76. Grabban aims to retain Canaries place

    Football

    Lewis Grabban is targeting a run in the Norwich side after scoring the equaliser against Arsenal on his Premier League return after he was suspended in August for refusing to be a substitute in a Capital One Cup tie at Rotherham.

    "Every player wants to stay in the team and scoring gives me a bigger chance to do that," the 27-year-old told the club's official website. 

    "The manager has been fine so I've just been working hard to get back into the team. Hopefully I can now move forward and the team can look forward to the next game. Getting the point was the most important thing for us."

    Lewis Grabban
  77. Avram has cast his vote

    Football

    Avram Grant

    Today marks the last day of voting for the BBC African Footballer of the Year 2015 and as you can see here,Ghana manager Avram Granthas been adding his choice via the BBC Sport app on his phone. 

    Algeria's Yacine Brahimi is on the shortlist along with Gabon's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Ghanaian Andre Ayew, Senegal's Sadio Mane and Yaya Toure of Ivory Coast. 

    So what are you waiting for? You have until 18:00 GMT tonight.Vote here.

  78. PDC darts draw

    Darts

    PDC World Darts champion Gary Anderson will start the defence of his title against either Denmark's Per Laursen or the runner-up from Monday's final qualifier after the draw was made for the 2016 tournament.

    Michael van Gerwen, who won his fourth straight PDC major title at the weekend by beating two-time world champion Adrian Lewis in the Players Championship Finals, will face either Thanawat Gaweenuntawong of Thailand or Rene Eidams of Germany.

    The 14-time PDC champion Phil Taylor will start his campaign against the winner of the preliminary round game between Japan's Keita Ono and Alex Tagarao of the Philippines.

    Gary Anderson
  79. Smith named Spireites caretaker

    Football

    Chesterfield have named academy boss Mark Smith as their caretaker manager following Saturday's sacking of Dean Saunders.

    The 55-year-old former Sheffield Wednesday, Barnsley and Plymouth defender joined the club's coaching staff in 2013.

  80. Goromaru unveils statue

    Rugby Union

    Japan is looking to cash in on the rugby fever that swept the nation in recent weeks by unveiling a life-size bronze statue of World Cup star Ayumu Goromaru.

    Goromaru was one of the stars as the team claimed three wins at the World Cup, including beating South Africa in their opening game, with his kicking proving key.

    The statue will decorate Tokyo's Christmas illuminations for a month.

    "They've reproduced my fingers in real detail," was the verdict from the 29-year-old.

    Ayumu Goromaru with his statue
  81. Sprinter Sacre to miss Sandown

    Horse Racing

    Sprinter Sacre

    Nicky Henderson has announced SprinterSacre will not run in Saturday's Tingle Creek Chase at Sandown. 

    The Desert Orchid Chase at Kempton over Christmas is the next likely race for the former Queen Mother Champion Chase hero following his comeback success in the Shloer Chase at Cheltenham earlier this month.

    "He's in really, really good form but, having got him into good shape and the right place, he just doesn't need another race at the moment," Henderson said. 

  82. DeGale inspired by Fury win

    Boxing

    James DeGale

    British boxer James DeGale said he was inspired by Tyson Fury's world title win over Wladimir Klitschko after he beat former champion Lucian Bute on a unanimous decision to retain his IBF super-middleweight title in Quebec.  

    “The Brits are flying right now,” said DeGale. “Tyson pulled off the upset in Germany, I watched it in the hotel, it really did inspire me to go out and keep hold of my title, it gave me that extra push. I boxed in the amateurs with him and been around squads with him, and he's gone on to prove a lot of doubters wrong.”

  83. Cairns - reputationally, I'm completely scorched

    Cricket

    Chris Cairns has been answering questions from reporters outside court about his acquittal: 

    When asked about Lalit Modi, whom he sued for libel: "I think I'll think about Mr Modi maybe next week. I'll deal with this one at the moment and get through today."

    When asked about the evidence of former teammates who suggested that he had been involved in fixing: "There were two ex-teammates who came with evidence, others who were there to support. Mr Pownall (his defence QC) summed it up well when he said there was an assumption of guilt. I don't think people were there with malicious intent. There were really only a couple of people who had that assertion." 

    When asked what next: "Reputationally, I'm completely scorched. Burned, completely. It hasn't stopped me, and it won't stop me." (At this point, his lawyer interjects to point out that it hasn't changed his reputation, as he had been acquitted". 

  84. Chris Cairns cleared of perjury

    Cricket

    More from Chris Cairns outside Southwark Crown Court: "It's a pretty robust system and the jury came back with a not guilty verdict and I couldn't be more happy. You have to be a bit careful, it's not a victory as such, there are no winners."

  85. BreakingChris Cairns: it's been hell

    Cricket

    More from Chris Cairns: "It's been hell for the last five or so years and in particular the last couple of years and now having won the legal case in the Royal Courts of Justice and now here, I'm a very happy man, although I couldn't quite hear the foreman [when the verdict was announced]. I've been through the mill and came through other side."

  86. BreakingChris Cairns not guilty of perjury

    Cricket

    Former New Zealand captain Chris Cairns has been speaking outside Southwark Crown Court after being acquitted of perjury. 

    "First and formeost - thanks to the jury for reaching the verdict that they did today. My legal team have been superb throughout and I can't thank them enough. Other than being exhausted, very tired, I'm just sincerely looking forward to getting home, and seeing my family." 

    Chris Cairns
  87. Chris Cairns not guilty of perjury

    Cricket

    BBC reporter Alex Capstick at Southwark Crown Court: "The jury took 10 hours and 17 minutes to reach their verdict and they decided Chris Cairns is innocent of perjury, of not lying under oath, or perverting the course of justice after he successfully sued Lalit Modi of the Indian Premier League for accusing him of match fixing. This was one of the best all rounders in cricket when he was in his pomp. Today he has been cleared of perjury. 

    "The jury came back to the judge last week and asked if they could reach a majority verdict and today they did so. At least 10 needed to agree on the same decision."

    Chris Cairns
  88. Bruce hopes to cause shock

    Manchester City v Hull City (Tuesday, 19:45 GMT)

    Juliette Ferrington

    BBC Sport

    Hull City manager Steve Bruce has been facing the media ahead of his side's trip to Premier League leaders Manchester City in Tuesday's Capital One Cup quarter-final at the Ethiad Stadium.

    "We have got to play to our maximum and hope that City have one of their off days, which doesn't happen very often," said Bruce.

    Steve Bruce

    "Really it doesn't matter who you play, it's what we are going to do to try and stop them, like we did last year in the Premier League when we caused them a few problems.

    "We have got to have the belief that we can go and take them on. We've had a good cup run again and let's see if we can challenge arguably one of the best teams in Europe."

  89. Newcastle players '100%' behind Steve McClaren

    Football

    Steve McClaren

    Newcastle defender Daryl Janmaat says the players are "100%" behind manager Steve McClaren following their 5-1 loss to Crystal Palace on Saturday and reports of player unrest in training last week. 

    "We have to stick together in difficult times, that's really important," Janmaat said. "Hopefully we can bounce back on Sunday [against Liverpool], it’s really important. It will be a tough game but we are looking forward to it."

    Speaking at the North East Football Writers dinner where he picked up the Player of the year award for 2015, Janmaat added: "We've had a poor year but hopefully we can learn from this and have a really good 2016."

    That's the spirit!

  90. BreakingCairns not guilty of perjury

    Cricket

    Former New Zealand cricketer Chris Cairns has been found not guilty of perjury and therefore not guilty of perverting the course of justice.

  91. BreakingCairns not guilty of perjury

    Cricket

    The former New Zealand cricket captain Chris Cairns has been found not guilty of perjury at Southwark Crown Court. 

    The jury decided he had not been lying when he said under oath during a libel trial in 2012 that he had never cheated at cricket.

    Chris Cairns
  92. 'My style would murder his style'

    Boxing

    David Haye

    While we are dealing with the weekend's sporting events, British former world heavyweight champion David Haye has responded to Tyson Fury's claims that the new world champion will never fight him.

    Haye, who is making a comeback but pulled out of two Fury fights in 2013, told the BBC: "It says a lot about a new champion that he's saying he won't fight the man who would generate the most amount of interest and money, and would be the biggest possible fight on the planet for him.

    "Fair enough, I will work my way up the rankings. I've done it before at cruiserweight. [Fury] has to realise I'm not after him, I'm after what he has - the belts. He knows that my style would absolutely murder his style."

  93. Murray faces the media

    Tennis

    Piers Newbery

    BBC Sport

    "I'm 28 but my body feels a lot older right now," Andy Murray tells BBC's Joe Wilson. 

    "I still hope to play for the next five or six years." Britain's world number one is already looking ahead to the Australian Open in seven weeks, and will be back on the practice court next week.

    Andy Murray speaks to the BBC
  94. "Judy can't keep doing it on her own"

    Tennis

    How does British tennis capitalise on the Davis Cup success? Captain Leon Smith

    "We want to see more people playing. It's an important time to get strategies rolled out as soon as possible", he said. "We've got to get people on the court, but also keep them on the court, and that's down to good clubs and good coaches, keeping kids involved in it as long as possible.

    "It's what Andy and Jamie's mum has done so well. She gets so many people involved, but she can't keep doing it on her own. Let's hope it can have a positive influence."

    Judy Murray and Leon Smith
  95. Can Davis Cup win inspire Britain?

    Tennis

    Davis Cup

    Andy Murray: "Davis Cup is completely different to watching individual tennis, you see all of the team bench, the flags, and supporters, there were something like 5,000 Brits watching, which is amazing for a tennis match. 

    "Even people that don't normally watch tennis would have enjoyed the weekend because of the atmosphere and when it's for your country, people get into it as well, so I hope the governing body capitalises."

  96. Davis Cup 'banter'

    Tennis

    Piers Newbery

    BBC Sport

    GB Davis Cup team

    Britain's team of world champions - their official ITF title - are making a bleary-eyed but cheerful round of media interviews, with plenty of 'banter' amid the serious chat. 

    Team pup Kyle Edmund is roundly mocked for describing this year as "a journey", while Jamie Murray's sideburns come in for some harsh scrutiny. 

  97. 'We are one big happy family'

    Tennis

    Jamie Murray: "My favourite memories will always be from Davis Cup, the atmosphere has been incredible and not what we usually get from on the ATP tour. The team is one big happy family."

  98. 'Winning like that will help me in future'

    Tennis

    Andy Murray

    More from Andy Murray: "Hopefully we can all use it in a positive way to further our careers in the next few years. For me, playing in an atmosphere like that, it was so loud, there was a lot of booing and whistling, mentally it is good to go through matches like that and I hope I can use it to my advantage in the future."

  99. 'We had a good night'

    Tennis

    Andy Murray: “I think everyone’s very proud. Last night we all got to spend time with our friends and family and seeing how much it mean to all of them was great and helped everything sink in. Last night we spent two and a half, three hours with them downstairs and we don’t really get the chance to do that, all of us together. 

    "It was a pretty good night. Obviously, it’s a big achievement to win an event like this. All of understand this will be one of the best moments in our careers regardless of what anyone goes on to achieve after this."

  100. Lucky Leon?

    Tennis

    Andy Murray knows how to butter up his Davis Cup captain Leon Smith. When asked what next for British tennis, his simple answer... 

    "A pay rise for Leon!"

    Leon Smith and Andy Murray
  101. Davis Cup team news conference

    Tennis

    The victorious British Davis Cup team are currently holding a news conference - you can listen to it live on BBC Radio 5 live

    We'll bring you the best of the quotes here on Sportsday Live. 

    GB Davis Cup team
  102. Schwartzel joy after tournament win

    Golf

    Former US Masters champion Charl Schwartzel was thrilled to have returned to form with victory in the European Tour-opening Alfred Dunhill Championship in South Africa.

    It was his first success in a year and 363 days and comes after he dropped to 50th in the world rankings.

    Charl Schwartzel

    "Sometimes I wasn't sure it would ever turn around," the 31-year-old South African admitted after the win. 

    "If people realised the amount of work I have put in to the game over the last 18 months, they might understand why it means so much to me. This time last year my golf swing was probably in the worst place it has been in as a professional."

  103. Murray's magical weekend

    Tennis

    Andy Murray has had a busy weekend helping Great Britain win the Davis Cup for the first time in 79 years.

    So what was it like for him?

    You can read his BBC Sport column right now and discover more about the emotions and the celebrations after the match in Ghent.

    Andy Murray
  104. Maguire critical of York tables

    Snooker

    Scotland's Stephen Maguire said the tables are "not good enough" for the UK Championship after he defeated Jamie Cope 6-0 to make the third round in York.

    "That's one of the worst tables I've played on," the world number 15, told BBC Sport.

    "It's not good for the crowd because we can't play good snooker. It's not good enough for a big tournament like this."

    World Snooker say they are aware of the players' concerns and are looking into ways to address the situation, with Maguire saying he had "no confidence" where the ball would end up after some of the bounces he was getting off the cushion.

    Stephen Maguire
  105. Rowett set to remain at Blues

    Football

    Birmingham have confirmed manager Gary Rowett will stay at the club amid speculation linking him with the vacant positions at Championship rivals QPR and Fulham. 

    Gary Rowett

    Birmingham director Panos Pavlakis has issued a statement on behalf of the club's board confirming they expect Rowett to stay at St Andrew's.

    "We are all keen to put any uncertainty to bed and look forward to the continuation of the great work Gary has done since his appointment," said the statement. 

    "Fans can rest assured that everyone at the Club is together as one striving for further improvement and success, with Gary at the helm as manager."

  106. Smith reveals secrets

    Tennis

    GB's Davis Cup captain Leon Smith has been revealing some of the work he did to help Britain to their first Davis Cup win in 79 years

    He told BBC Radio 5 live Breakfast “The main thing that I tried to instil in the team was being as prepared as possible, and that comes in many guises - it’s about the training, the scouting of opposition which then leads to having clear game plans and tactics." 

    Leon Smith

    "Someone like Andy is able to figure things out and react to any situation he’s in, it’s really incredible to watch", he said.  "The whole journey in tennis is a lonely one, although they have coaches and physios on the road, it is down to them, they’re playing for themselves. 

    "Andy has always enjoyed team competition, it’s something he really enjoys because you’re playing for the team, the country, and it really is a different feeling.” 

  107. Rematch at Wembley?

    Boxing

    Peter Fury, uncle and trainer of the new heavyweight champion of the world, Tyson Fury, has been giving 5 live Breakfast details about a possible rematch with Wladimir Klitschko. 

    "(Wladimir) has got until the end of January to decide if he wants a rematch. We're looking possibly at Wembley, maybe around the end of May."

    Peter Fury
  108. Emotional Murray savours Davis Cup win

    Tennis

    Andy Murray said securing Britain's first Davis Cup win for 79 years was a more emotional experience than winning Grand Slam titles or Olympic gold.

    Murray became only the third man after John McEnroe and Mats Wilander to end a campaign with an 8-0 singles record.  

    You can watch the moment where Murray secured victory as well as the highlights from Ghent on the BBC Sport website

    Andy Murray
  109. Scotland celebrates

    Rugby Union

  110. Sampson delight at 2015 achievements

    Football

    England women's boss Mark Sampson said the win over Bosnia-Herzegovina at Ashton Gate was a celebration of their fantastic year.

    "We have laid a massive foundation to build on for next year," he said. "The success [this year] is something no-one expected bar the people in our changing room, and the exciting part of it is the group cannot wait to keep going.

    You can watch highlights of the game on the BBC Sport website.

    Mark Sampson
  111. Scott gives England victory

    Football

    Jill Scott's late header helped England Women finish 2015 on a winning note as they beat Bosnia-Herzegovina 1-0 in Bristol in their Euro 2017 qualifier.

    In their first home game since earning bronze in the World Cup in Canada, the Lionesses were tested by the weather and a team which barely ventured out of their own half.

    Jill Scott
  112. Football gossip

    Football

    Former Manchester United and Everton player Phil Neville, 38, could take temporary charge of Valencia, reports the Daily Mail.

    First-team coach Nuno Espirito Santo quit on Sunday after their defeat to Sevilla and Neville was his assistant manager.   

    Phil Neville

    There's more football gossip on the BBC Sport website.

  113. Football gossip

    Football

    According to the Sun, Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 30, has given his word to Paris St-Germain that they are the only club for whom he would quit the Bernabeu. 

    The Portugal international has been linked with a return to Manchester United.  

    Cristiano Ronaldo
  114. Football gossip

    Football

    Could Harry Redknapp be set for a return to management?

    Harry Redknapp

    The Daily Mirror reports that the 68-year-old former Tottenham and QPR boss could take over at Newcastle United if Steve McClaren is sacked.

    However, former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is favourite to get the job. 

  115. Lomu remembered in Auckland

    Rugby Union

    A public memorial for New Zealand rugby great Jonah Lomu, who died earlier this month at 40, has been held at Auckland's Eden Park stadium.

    The former All Black was capped 63 times by his country and was considered one of rugby's first global superstars.  

    Jonah Lomu memorial
  116. Bryant to retire

    Basketball

    The two-time Olympic gold medallist has been hindered by injuries in recent seasons and been below his best this year for the struggling Lakers.

    He outlined his intentions in a poem on the Players Tribune.

    "My heart can take the pounding. My mind can handle the grind. But my body knows it's time to say goodbye,'' he wrote.

    "And that's ok. I'm ready to let you go. I want you to know now. So we both can savor every moment we have left together. The good and the bad. We have given each other all that we have.''

    Bryant celebrates his fourth title in 2009
  117. Bryant to retire

    Basketball

    There's also been some big news in American sport overnight with the news that five-time NBA champion Kobe Bryant, widely regarded as one of the greatest basketball players in history, will retire at the end of the season.

    The 37-year-old has scored 32,683 points during a 20-year career with the LA Lakers to rank third on the NBA's all-time list.

    Kobe Bryant
  118. 5 live Sport podcasts

    You won't wanna miss a thing

    Want something to listen to as you head into work on a cold, wet Monday morning? 

    The 5 live Football Daily has a full roundup of the weekend's action, including Chris Sutton on Arsenal's injury crisis. 

    And if you want more on Tyson Fury's remarkable win over Wladimir Klitschko, Mike Costello, Steve Bunce and Richie Woodhall speak to Fury and give ringside reaction on the 5 live sport podcast.  WARNING: Contains Tyson Fury singing Aerosmith. 

    Tyson Fury
  119. Weekend joys

    GB celebrate Davis Cup success

    So, in short, what have you missed this weekend?

  120. Monday's back pages

    Monday's Daily Express back page

    The Daily Express reports that Costa's future at Stamford Bridge could be under threat after his tantrum which saw him throw his substitutes' bib over his shoulder in the direction of Mourinho, who laughed off the incident after the game.

  121. Monday's back pages

    As well as Murray and Fury, Chelsea's Diego Costa features on the back of the Daily Star after he was an unhappy unused substitute during Sunday's 0-0 draw against Spurs.

    Monday's Daily Star back page
  122. Monday's back pages

    The Times describes the GB team as Kings of the World after Andy Murray wrapped up a 3-1 win over Belgium in Ghent on Sunday.

    Monday's Times back page
  123. Monday's back pages

    Monday's Daily Telegraph

    Andy Murray and the rest of the victorious Great Britain Davis Cup team and new heavyweight champion of the world Tyson Fury feature on almost all of Monday's sports pages after their weekend heroics.

  124. Sportsday Live

    Good morning and welcome to another Sportsday Live after what has been a busy weekend of sport.

    We'll look back on the best of the action and look forward to the sporting day ahead.

    But first, as always, a look at Monday's sports pages.