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Michael Emons and Aimee Lewis

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  1. Goodbye

    It's goodbye from him, and goodbye from me. 

    That's all from today's Sportsday but the live reporting does not stop as there will be coverage of this evening's FA Cup replay between Peterborough and West Brom. Stay tuned. 

  2. Cavendish loses lead after Tour of Qatar stage three

    Mark Cavendish slipped 26 seconds behind leader and Dimension Data team-mate Edvald Boasson Hagen after the third stage of the Tour of Qatar.

    The 30-year-old Briton, who won the race in 2013, led by five seconds after stage two but was only seventh quickest in Wednesday's time trial.

    Norway's Boasson Hagen finished in 13 minutes 26.98 seconds to win the stage by 25 seconds and take the lead.

    Mark Cavendish
  3. Grix faces lengthy lay-off

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    Scott Grix

    Huddersfield Giants full-back Scott Grix will be out for up to five months with a shoulder injury, head coach Paul Anderson has confirmed.

    Grix also missed part of the 2014 season and Anderson said: "He has had previous history with surgery on that shoulder and it will be a longer rehabilitation programme."

    Skipper Danny Brough (dead leg) and Eorl Crabtree (groin) will also be out for a number of weeks. 

  4. Today on BBC Sport

    West Brom fans at the fourth round tie against Peterborough

    There's plenty on offer once we're done and dusted with Sportsday. 

    We will have live commentaries on...

    18:30 GMT FA Cup fourth round replay: Peterborough v West Brom

    19:30 GMT Copa del Rey second leg: Valencia v Barcelona

    Don't forget, there will be live television coverage from the Peterborough v West Brom match from 19:30 GMT on BBC One and also live radio commentary of the game on BBC Radio 5 live.

  5. FA Cup team news

    Peterborough v West Brom (19:45 GMT)

    Peterborough duo Michael Smith and Ricardo Santos are banned, while Jack Baldwin is doubtful with a back injury. Gabriel Zakuani is available after a long-term hamstring problem but lacks fitness, while Tom Nichols and Adil Nabi are both ineligible.

    West Brom will assess Gareth McAuley, Craig Dawson and Jonas Olsson, who all suffered injuries against Newcastle, while Jonny Evans is a major doubt. 

    Chris Brunt, Callum McManaman and James Morrison remain out. Recent signings Alex Pritchard and Sandro are ineligible.

    There will be live coverage from the FA Cup fourth-round replay on BBC One from 19:30 GMT and live commentary on BBC Radio 5 live.

    Peterborough v West Brom
  6. Football and sunshine

    It is a glorious winter's day across much of Britain and there's blue skies in Peterborough where the groundstaff are preparing for this evening's FA Cup replay. 

  7. A city celebrates in style

    Here are some pictures of Denver Broncos' victory parade after they beat Carolina Panthers to win Super Bowl 50. 

    The celebrations kicked off at 10am and included musical performances from Funkiphino, 3OH!3, Big Head Todd and The Monsters. Exactly. 

    Denver Broncos celebrate
    Denver Broncos celebrate
    Denver Broncos celebrate
  8. A million reasons to celebrate

  9. Biggar 'working around the clock'

    Wales fly-half Dan Biggar remains on the road to recovery ahead of Wales' Six Nations clash against Scotland this weekend.

    Wales assistant coach Robin McBryde says Biggar is "working with the medics around the clock" in an attempt to regain full fitness.

    "Dan is out of a (surgical) boot, and he is working with the medics around the clock to give himself every chance," McBryde said. "I don't think he is going to be training today, but he might be able to tomorrow."

    Dan Biggar
  10. Hamilton on the red carpet in New York

    "I'm sorry that good-looking people like us made you throw up and feel bad about yourself."

    We've already posted a picture of F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton with Yoda. Now it's time to show the ubiquitous F1 driver with Ben Stiller at the premier of Zoolander 2. 

    Lewis Hamilton (right) with Ben Stiler
  11. Question of Sport teaser

    The wait is over. We can reveal the answers to today's Question of Sport teaser. 

    Earlier, the Question of Sport gang asked: Liam Dawson could become the 5th 'D' to play an international T20 match for England, who are the other four?


    Could Michael Carrick be on his way back to the north east? The Times (subscription required) reports that Newcastle are keen to sign the 34-year-old Manchester United midfielder in the summer on a free transfer. 

    Michael Carrick
  13. The strangest sacking of the season?

    Derby County's decision to sack head coach Paul Clement on Monday, with the club just five points off top spot in the Championship, came as a huge shock.

    But amid increasing rumblings of discontent after a seven-game winless league run, is it as big a surprise as it initially seemed? Were there signs suggesting all was not well at the the iPro Stadium?

    BBC Sport looks at some of the factors behind the decision to get rid of the former Real Madrid and Paris St-Germain coach after just 33 games in charge.

    Paul Clement
  14. Get Involved #bbcsportsday

    I wish we had kept...

    Rich Blagden: Paul Buckle. Got Torquay promoted in 2009, L2 playoffs in 2011, then joined Bristol Rovers. He and we have been in freefall since.

    Ben Rinnes: I'd take Martin O'Neill back at Celtic in a second. A domestic treble, UEFA Cup final and thumping that team from Ibrox 6-2!

    Jordan Bain: Sticking to a Derby point of view, I wish we'd kept Brian Clough. That way we may have had a few European Cups ourselves!

    Martin O'Neill
  15. England Under-19s thrash Namibia


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    Video caption: England thrash Namibia after Burnham ton

    It has been a good day for England Under-19s. A very good day indeed.

    Watch highlights as they beat Namibia by 203 runs to claim fifth place at the World Cup in India, with Jack Burnham making 109.

  16. Gough hoping to become voice of Rangers

    Former Ibrox captain Richard Gough has put himself forward for election for the board of the Rangers First supporters' group. 

    Gough, who acts as a "global ambassador" of Rangers, is among 23 candidates for a seat on the five-strong board of the shareholding group, which owns a 3.5% stake in the club and has more than 14,000 contributors. 

    He has backed proposals to merge Rangers First with several other fans' groups to form a unified Rangers Support organisation that will work closely with the club.

    Richard Gough (right)
    Image caption: Richard Gough (right) spent 10 years at Rangers
  17. 'Chelsea must reach finals'


    Chelsea must reach the final of the Champions League or the FA Cup to save their season, says goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.

    Chelsea face Paris St-Germain on 16 February before their fifth-round FA Cup tie with Manchester City.

    "We play against two great sides and we have to try to win those games," said the Blues number one. "The only way to save our season is to reach the final in one or both of them."

    Thibaut Courtois
  18. 'An extremely difficult decision'


    More from Hartlepool United, who have announced that manager Ronnie Moore has "left the club by mutual consent".

    “This is an extremely difficult decision but one we feel is right for the football club,” said chairman Gary Coxall, whose side are 22nd in League Two.

    “Ronnie has worked tirelessly to bring success to the Club during his time at The Vic and we thank him sincerely for those efforts and wish him well for the future.”

    Moore had been in charge since December 2014 and led them to a remarkable survival in League Two during the second half of last season.

  19. BreakingMoore leaves Hartlepool



    Scotland striker Steven Fletcher says he would be open to a permanent move to Marseille, according to the Daily Record. 

    The on-loan Sunderland player is out of contract with the Premier league strugglers in June and hasn't been offered a new deal by the Black Cats.

    Steven Fletcher