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By Steve Canavan and Andy Cryer

All times stated are UK

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  1. That's all folks

    And that's it for today.

    Thanks very much for joining us - we'll be back for another Sportsday at 08:00 BST on Tuesday. Sithee then.

  2. Have a good one

    Football

    And so say all of us.

  3. 11 on the bounce

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    Juventus

    Paulo Dybala's late goal earned Juventus an 11th successive Serie A win as their 1-0 victory over Roma continued their remarkable title push.

    Top scorer Dybala converted a Paul Pogba pass with an angled finish 13 minutes from time as Juventus stayed two points behind leaders Napoli.

    Full story here.

  4. 'Wenger got it wrong'

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    Arsenal

    "Arsenal played well and showed great character with 10 men against Chelsea, but taking striker Olivier Giroud off after 22 minutes was a mistake that cost them the chance to get something from the game."

    So says Match of the Day pundit Jermaine Jenas. Read his full article on why Arsene Wenger got it wrong here.

  5. End of play

    South Africa v England (Fourth Test, day four)

    And here's the bad news...

  6. Sidwell joins Brighton

    Football

    Steve Sidwell is on the move, from Stoke to the south coast and the Championship...

  7. United's woe in numbers

    Premier League

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    Manchester United have taken 37 points so far this season - their worst tally after 23 games in a single Premier League season. Their highest is 57 points in 2006-07.  

  8. United's woe in numbers

    Premier League

    No news has emerged from Old Trafford today, despite one or two of this morning's papers claiming Louis Van Gaal might be on his way out.

    Still, it's not looking great at the moment is it Reds fans?

    Manchester United
  9. Still without a win

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    Gary Neville

    Meanwhile, Gary Neville is still looking for his first La Liga win as Valencia boss but saw his side earn a point at Deportivo La Coruna thanks to Alvaro Negredo's late goal.

    The former Manchester United defender and current England coach has taken Valencia into the quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey but the club's 10-match winless run in La Liga is their longest for 30 years.

    However, thanks to Negredo's seventh goal of the season Neville has overseen only two league losses and his side remain in mid-table.

  10. Turn up for the books

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    Madrid

    Zinedine Zidane failed to win for the first time since taking over as Real Madrid coach after his team were held to a shock draw at Real Betis. 

    Struggling Betis had not won in 10 league matches - and, remarkably,had not even managed to score a single goal in their previous seven games - but went ahead thanks to a Alvaro Cejudo's opener.

    Karim Benzema levelled to secure a point.

    "We dropped two points and that is the negative part but we have to think that we can get over this and that you have to fight for the league until the end," said Zidane, whose side are four points behind Barcelona in the table.

  11. Moore blow

    Rugby Union

    Ireland prop Marty Moore could miss the entire Six Nations with a torn hamstring.

    Leinster tighthead Moore, who has won 10 caps since making his international debut in 2014, faces six to eight weeks on the sidelines and has been replaced in Joe Schmidt's squad by the uncapped Connacht prop Finlay Bealham.

  12. 'I'm hurt'

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    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang says he was hurt after Yaya Toure said it was "indecent" to give the Gabon forward the African Player of the Year award.

    Manchester City midfielder Toure said the decision had brought "shame" on the continent, while Swansea's Andre Ayew also questioned the move.

    Ivory Coast's Toure and Ghana's Ayew reached the African Cup of Nations final, and Gabon went out early.

    "I was hurt by what was said, it's a shame," Borussia Dortmund striker Aubameyang said.

  13. Get inspired

  14. On the move

    Football

    Jake Taylor

    Exeter City sign Wales international midfielder Jake Taylor on a free transfer from Reading.

    Taylor joins Exeter from Reading

    Jake Taylor

    Exeter City sign Wales international midfielder Jake Taylor on a free transfer from Reading.

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  15. Exeter re-sign Stevenson from Ulster

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    Lewis Stevenson

    Exeter Chiefs have re-signed lock Lewis Stevenson on a contract to the end of the season after Ulster released him by mutual agreement.

    The 31-year old played 62 games for the Chiefs between 2007 and 2009 and his return follows injuries to Damian Welch and Mitch Lees.

    "We're very aware of the qualities he can bring to the squad and what kind of character he is," said head coach Rob Baxter.

  16. Europe's best 34-year-old footballer?

    Athletic Bilbao striker Aritz Aduriz

    Approaching his 35th birthday with one Spain cap and a nomadic existence, Aritz Aduriz is outscoring Messi, Suarez and Neymar...

    Europe's best 34-year-old footballer?

    Athletic Bilbao striker Aritz Aduriz

    Approaching his 35th birthday with one Spain cap and a nomadic existence, Aritz Aduriz is outscoring Messi, Suarez and Neymar...

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  17. It could have been worse...

    South Africa v England (Fourth Test, day four)

  18. Europe's best 34-year-old footballer?

    Football

    Athletic Bilbao striker Aritz Aduriz

    Approaching his 35th birthday with one Spain cap and a nomadic existence, Aritz Aduriz is outscoring Messi, Suarez and Neymar.

    Now that's surely a story you've got to read, ain't it? Click here and all will be revealed.

    Europe's best 34-year-old footballer?

    Athletic Bilbao striker Aritz Aduriz

    Approaching his 35th birthday with one Spain cap and a nomadic existence, Aritz Aduriz is outscoring Messi, Suarez and Neymar...

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    next
  19. Get Involved

    #bbcsportsday

    Paul Lamberth: The problem I have is that DH will only play 60ish minutes before being substituted. It's the last 20 that matters. 

    james: all for giving people a second chance but think DH has more than enough. 

    Max Baggins-Craig: We need to bring in new leaders, otherwise where can we turn?. Give him a chance, experience's vital, he'll be good you'll see.

    What do you make of Dylan Hartley's appointment as England captain? Tweet #bbcsportsday.

  20. Table topper

    I think Leicester know the answer to that question.

    The Foxes lead the Premier League by three points. Is the impossible about to become possible?