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Richard Winton

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  1. Goodbye

    Jurgen Klopp

    Don't forget that our live text commentary of the Masters is in full swing and from 18.30 BST we will have every kick covered as Jurgen Klopp takes Liverpool back to Borussia Dortmund. 

    Hope it's a good one for you!  

  2. Shape shifting

    Borussia Dortmund v Liverpool (20:05 BST)

    Thomas Tuchel

    Did you know that Borussia Dortmund coach Thomas Tuchel changed the training pitch to a diamond shape while at Mainz to encourage his teams to make diagonal runs towards goal?

    Well, that and other such insights are in this nourishing piece from the Guardian.

  3. Two horses die at Aintree

    Horse Racing

    Some sad news as it's announced that two horses have died after collapsing at Aintree on the first day of the 2016 Grand National meeting.

    Clonbanan Lad and Marasonnien were pulled up by their jockeys in the Fox Hunters’ Chase but later collapsed.

  4. Rudisha to race in Birmingham


    Olympic 800m champion and world record holder David Rudisha will race over 600 metres at the Birmingham Diamond League meeting in June, organisers have announced.

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  6. Today on BBC Sport

    Commentaries available on the BBC Sport website

    Hampshire Cricket Forum

    Hampshire Cricket Forum

    Listen to a live BBC Radio Solent cricket forum looking at Hampshire's hopes for the upcoming season. Coverage gets underway at 18:30 BST.

    Hull KR v Catalans Dragons

    From 19:00 BST listen to live BBC Radio Humberside commentary as Hull Kingston Rovers face Catalans Dragons in the Super League.

    Alvechurch v Hereford FC

    Listen to live BBC Hereford & Worcester commentary from the Midland Football League as Alvechurch and Hereford FC meet at Lye Meadow. Commentary gets underway at 19:15 BST.  

  7. 'Better to be here than North Korea'


    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp won two Bundesliga titles in seven years as Borussia Dortmund coach but sentiment will be put to one side on Thursday night when he aims to knock the German side out of the Europa League.

    "A lot has been said but it is easy for me as I just have friends here," said Klopp.

    "It's better to be here than North Korea or something. I don't think about my situation, not for one second."

    He added: "If we are not good it will be easy for Dortmund but why should I think about this?"

    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp
  8. Pin point

    The Masters

    Play in under way in this year's Masters with England's Ian Poulter revealing the pin positions for the opening day. They look tricky. Follow updates on the action in our live text commentary. 

  9. No room for experimentation - Sampson

    Women's football

    Mark Sampson

    England manager Mark Sampson is so determined to deliver Euro 2017 glory he has ruled out any experimentation between now and the finals. The Lionesses will roar to the top of qualifying Group Seven if they beat Belgium at Rotherham's New York Stadium on Friday night. 

    Sampson, 33, has yet to hand a cap to last season's Women's Super League top scorer Beth Mead, despite the 20-year-old winning rave reviews for her displays with Sunderland Ladies. "There's never a time to experiment with the England team," Sampson said. "Everyone's got to work for the chance to represent their nation. 

    "You've got to remember that teams play in different ways, so what is required at club level is very different to what's required at international level."

  10. Kenya given 2 May deadline


    Kenya has been given a deadline of 2 May to comply with WADA's World Anti-Doping Code or risk its athletes being excluded from this summer's Rio Olympics. 

    WADA's Compliance Review Committee this week upheld a February verdict that the nation's anti-doping agency ADAK remains unable to fulfil the requirement of the Code due to legal issues. Should it be declared non-complaint, it would not automatically mean Kenya, which won 11 athletics medals at London 2012, would be excluded from the Rio Games. 

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  12. Aintree Festival

    Horse Racing

    And the 15-8 favourite On the Fringe, ridden Jamie Codd for trainer Enda Bolger, takes the Crabbie's Foxhunters' Chase by eight lengths. Dineur came second with Mendip Express third. 

    That's a double-double for On the Fringe after winning the Foxhunters at Cheltenham and Aintree in 2015 and 2016. 

  13. Notts County close to sale


    Notts County are close to agreeing a deal for the sale of the club, Press Association Sport understands. 

    The identity of the potential new owners is being closely guarded. An American consortium is known to be interested and had reached an agreement in principle with current owner Ray Trew, but it is thought talks have progressed this week and there is a possibility an announcement may even be made before the weekend.

  14. Aintree Festival

    Horse Racing

    Favourite Annie Power ridden by Ruby Walsh won the Doom Bar Aintree Hurdle by 18 lengths ahead of My Tent Or Yours in second and Nichols Canyon in third. 

    The Crabbie's Fox Hunters' Chase is now under way. 

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  17. Zyro yet to receive apology - Jackett


    Michal Zyro

    Wolves boss Kenny Jackett has revealed MK Dons defender Antony Kay is yet to apologise for his X-rated tackle which will sideline Michal Zyro until 2017. 

    Winger Zyro suffered cruciate ligament damage and a minor fracture in his knee after a challenge from Kay during Wolves' 2-1 win at stadium:mk on Tuesday. 

    "It's on his conscience what he does from here," he said. "My focus is on doing things professionally with the referee and powers that be."

  18. Daunting venue

    Borussia Dortmund v Liverpool (20:05 BST)

    Conor McNamara

    BBC Radio 5 live commentator

    Borussia Dortmund

    The stadium is excellent - steep sides that will become a huge yellow wall come kick-off time and Dortmund have been the best team in Germany since the Bundesliga's winter break. They have even earned more points than Bayern Munich in that period. 

    They will be in the Champions League next season regardless but, for Liverpool, winning this tournament has become their only chance to get into Europe's premier club competition.

  19. Sevens can match 15-man game - O'Driscoll

    Rugby Union

    Former Ireland skipper Brian O'Driscoll believes Olympics fever can eventually catapult Rugby Sevens onto a par with the 15-man game. 

    Sevens will make its Olympic debut in the summer's Rio Games, and O'Driscoll said: "Sevens should grow into new areas, places in Asia like China, to grow far more in the United States as well. 

    "It can grow alongside the 15s game, I don't think it will replace it, but I definitely think it has the scope to be as big as the 15s game is currently."