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Steve Canavan, Michael Emons and Matt Davis

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodnight

    manchester city

    That's your lot for Sportsday.

    You can follow live text commentary of Manchester City v Dynamo Kiev in the Champions League right here, kick-off at 19:45 GMT.

    We will be back tomorrow at 08:00 GMT with more live coverage of the Cheltenham Festival.

  2. Redknapp in talks with Derby


    Pat Murphy

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Talks are continuing between Harry Redknapp and Derby County over a proposal to take him on as a coaching advisor till the end of the season.

    "It had been reported that Redknapp was to be appointed as Derby's Director of Football but discussions about the job title haven't been a factor as negotiations continue about whether Redknapp will actually join the club.

    "I understand Redknapp is also mulling over an offer to manage the Jordanian national side. He has told Derby that and talks will continue with the club tonight."

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  3. Arsenal news conference

    Barcelona v Arsenal (Wed, 19:45 GMT)

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    Arsene Wenger says he is still "100%" dedicated to Arsenal.

    He added: "I am even more motivated than the day I arrived.

    When you are a long time somewhere, people always question about your duration.

    "I don't question my dedication, it is 100%. I give more time to my club now than when I arrived."

  4. Arsenal news conference

    Barcelona v Arsenal (Wed, 19:45 GMT)


    More from Arsene Wenger on Arsenal's disappointing season: "We have gone through a disappointing spell and it is important to remain calm and strong."

    "It will be a big boost for the rest of the season if we have a great game tomorrow.

    "We fight to win trophies and at the moment we are not favourites to deliver that this season.

    "But no matter how big the challenge is, the Premiership is quite open despite what people think and in the Champions League we have a very small chance to give our best tomorrow."

  5. Arsenal news conference

    Barcelona v Arsenal (Wed, 19:45 GMT)

    Arsenal will need to score at least two goals in the Nou Camp to have any chance of progressing to the quarter-finals.

    Wenger said: "We are in a position where we don't have to calculate too much. We know we have to attack and score goals.

    "Our approach was not bad in the first leg but we lost our balance and got caught.

    "We have won everywhere in Europe, but not here yet. The players are united to give a strong performance."

  6. Arsenal news conference

    Barcelona v Arsenal (Wed, 19:45 GMT)

    Arsene Wenger is happy to have one of his key defenders back to try and contain Barcelona's attacking trident of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar.

     "The magicians from Barcelona will demand a good defensive performance from our side." 

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  7. Arsenal news conference

    Barcelona v Arsenal (Wed, 19:45 GMT)

    First some team news from Arsene Wenger.

    Defender Laurent Koscielny is fit again and replaces Calum Chambers in the squad.

    Laurent Koscielny
  8. Arsenal news conference

    Barcelona v Arsenal (Wed, 19:45 GMT)

    Out of the FA Cup, 11 points behind Premier League leaders Leicester and 2-0 down to Barcelona ahead of the second-leg of their Champions League last-16 tie.

    Lots to talk about and manager Arsene Wenger has arrived for his new conference 

  9. Highlights: NZ embarrass hosts India

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    Video caption: Highlights: NZ embarrass hosts India
  10. Video content

    Video caption: Roberto Mancini not interested in Italy job

    Inter Milan boss Roberto Mancini rules himself out of the running for the Italian national team managerial position after Antonio Conte said he would step down after Euro 2016.

  11. Walsh/Mullins/Ricci hattrick

    Cheltenham Festival

    Cornelius Lysaght

    BBC Sport horse racing correspondent

    Ruby Walsh

    "Congratulations to the Ricci/Mullins/Walsh axis for chalking up a memorable hatrick, but, with respect, I think it has to be considered good news for the sport that they didn’t prove completely invincible in the day’s Grade One races, with Min being turned over spectacularly by Altior in the Supreme Novices Hurdle.

    "It gave a message to their opponents that despite the extraordinary level of expensively-assembled talent at Mullins HQ things don’t always go right even for them.Phew. Annie Power and Vroum Vroum Mag were fantastic but Douvan’s display was even better."

  12. Ruby Tuesday

    Cheltenham Festival

    That's it from Cheltenham for the day, but stay with us on Sportsday as we have live coverage from Arsene Wenger's news conference coming up.

    Only one story you need to know from Cheltenham -  three wins for Ruby Walsh and Willie Mullins.

    The highlight was Walsh riding Annie Power to victory in the Champion Hurdle.

    You can read our full report on today's action here.

  13. Ballyalton wins Novices' Handicap Chase

    Cheltenham Festival

    Here is the result from the final race of the day.

    1. Ballyalton (B Hughes) 12-1

    2. Bouvreuil (S Twiston-Davies) 14-1

    3. Double Shuffle (P J Brennan) 8-1

    4. Bridgets Pet (S A Shortall) 33-1 

  14. Villa's cull begins


    Pat Murphy

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "The cull of significant figures at Aston Villa's football department started today with the announcement that the sporting director Hendrik Almstadt has left the club with immediate effect.

    "Almstadt's departure is a blow to Tom Fox, the chief executive who brought him from his old club, Arsenal last summer. Despite a commercial background, Fox brought Almstadt in to oversee player recruitment and he has struggled to make an impact.

    "I understand the previous manager Tim Sherwood was unimpressed by a figure with no playing background operating in an area of player recruitment,while Remi Garde was equally sceptical.

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    "This decision underlines the determination of the new chairman Steve Hollis to carry out a root and branch investigation into all aspects of the club and it's the first time the playing side has been altered since his arrival in January.

    "The club stresses there will be a replacement for Almstadt but today's decision will increase pressure on both Fox and Paddy Riley,the head of scouting and recruitment."

  15. Mane red card rescinded


    Southampton forward Sadio Mane's red card against Stoke has been overturned following an appeal.  

    A Football Association commission ruled the player should not have been sent off during Saturday's 2-1 victory.

    Referee Lee Mason dismissed the forward in added time following an aerial challenge with Erik Pieters.

  16. Next up

    Cheltenham Festival

    It is almost time for the final race of the day, the Novice's Handicap Chase at 17:30 GMT.

    You can listen to live coverage on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra here.

  17. Villa's sporting director leaves


    aston villa

    Aston Villa have announced that sporting director, Hendrik Almstadt, has left the club by mutual consent with immediate effect.  

  18. India bowled out for 79

    World T20

    India have lost to New Zealand in the World T20 after the hosts were bowled out for 79, chasing 127 to win.

    Follow all the reaction here.

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  19. Minella Rocco wins the National Hunt Chase

    Cheltenham Festival

    1.Minella Rocco (D O'Connor) 8-1 

    2. Native River (M Legg) 7-1

    3. Measureofmydreams (K Walsh) 9-1 

    Also 5-1 favourite Southfield Royale 4th.

    A win for the Jonjo O´Neill stable.