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By Richard Winton

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  1. Mistaken identity...

    Track cycling

  2. Swansea news conference

    Swansea City v Chelsea (Sat, 15:00 BST)

    Andre Ayew

    Swansea boss Francesco Guidolin also dismissed reports linking him with the Italy manager's job  - made vacant by Chelsea-bound Antonio Conte

    "It would be an honour for me if my name is on the list because I'm Italian but I would be proud to work here because I like working here," he said.

    Andre Ayew is set to return against Chelsea after recovering from an ankle injury but Leon Britton and Jordj Amat are injury doubts.

  3. Swansea news conference

    Swansea City v Chelsea (Sat, 15:00 BST)

    Francesco Guidolin

    Swansea City head coach Francesco Guidolin says he wants to ensure Premier League safety before holding talks with Chairman Huw Jenkins over a new contract.

    The Italian's deal expires at the end of the season and, with the club 10 points clear of the bottom three with six games left, the Swans look set for a sixth consecutive season in the top flight.

    "I hope to have talks with the chairman in the next few days. When Premier League certainty is real I hope to have the possibility to speak. This is what we've agreed," said Guidolin.

  4. Plenty to see

    Borussia Dortmund v Liverpool (20:05 BST)

    Conor McNamara

    BBC Radio 5 live commentator

    Jurgen Klopp's glasses

    Plenty of Liverpool fans savouring the early atmosphere outside the stadium.

    Lots of half and half scarves stalls are already being set up, with both sets of fans interested in Jurgen Klopp memorabilia. 

    His broken glasses, smashed in 2011 during a game against Bayern Munich, are still proudly displayed in the club museum.

  5. Who did John vote for?

    Football

    Chelsea captain John Terry has posted his PFA team of the year on Instagram. Silly boy...

    John Terry
  6. Broady knocked out in Poland

    Tennis

    Naomi Broady

    Britain's Naomi Broady lost to Pauline Parmentier in the second round of the Katowice Open in Poland. The British number three is ranked 78th, 35 places higher than Parmentier, but it was the Frenchwoman who triumphed 6-4 7-5.

  7. Aintree Festival

    Horse Racing

    Cheltenham Gold Cup faller Cue Card was a brilliant winner of the Betfred Bowl on day one of the Grand National meeting at Aintree.

    The 6-5 favourite, ridden by Paddy Brennan for trainer Colin Tizzard, saw off rivals Don Poli and Djakadam.

    You can check out all the latest racing results on the BBC Sport website.

  8. Worcester to switch to artificial pitch

    Rugby Union

    Worcester in action at Sixways

    Worcester Warriors plan to become the third Premiership team to play on an artificial pitch.

    The all-weather surface, made by Italian firm Limonta Sport, will be laid in time for the 2016-17 season.

    Top-flight sides Saracens and Newcastle currently play on an artificial surface.

    Warriors chief executive Jim O'Toole said: "This exciting development not only allows us to play more rugby at all levels on our biggest physical asset, but also allows us to establish new commercial revenue streams such as concerts, festivals and other non-rugby events."

  9. A family affair

    Cricket

    Joe Root and Billy Root

    England star Joe Root soon might have a rival in the form of his brother Billy.

    The 23-year-old has just struck his maiden first class century for Leeds Bradford MCCU against Sussex.

    He brought up his ton with a six before he was out for 133.

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    Video caption: Champions League: Marcelo's 'shocking' dive against Wolfsburg
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  12. De Boer's new wheels

    Football

    Ajax manager Frank de Boer is not letting a little thing like a snapped Achilles to keep him away from the training ground.

    The Dutchman is taking training on a scooter.

    De Boer
  13. Southampton news conference

    Southampton v Newcastle (Sat, 15:00 BST)

    Saints boss Ronald Koeman says midfielder Steven Davis is injured for Southampton, while striker Shane Long is back in contention.

    Southampton are six points behind fifth-placed Manchester United and seven points adrift of fourth-placed Manchester City but Koeman says: "Of course we can make Europe but we need to win our next game."

    Ronald Koeman
  14. Aintree Festival

    Horse Racing

    Apple's Jade has just won the second race of the day - the Betfred Anniversary 4-Y-O Juvenile Hurdle by the length of a stand, maybe half a furlong. Favourite Ivanovich Gorbatov was second with Azzurri in third. 

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    Jimmy Bullard
  16. Crystal Palace news conference

    Crystal Palace v Norwich (Sat, 15:00 BST)

    Palace boss Alan Pardew adds that his team's home form has been a "disappointment" after four wins, two draws and 10 losses but he adds: "Our fans are going to be really up for this game. Those I’ve bumped into during the week are really fired up."

    Pardew says that striker Emmanuel Adebayor is the only player who might not available for Saturday's game. 

  17. Aintree Festival is under way

    Horse racing

    The Aintree festival is under way and we have the first winner from the 1.40 Merseyrail Manifesto Novice's Chase, which was 4-1 shot Arzal ahead of L'Ami Serge and Sizing John.

  18. Crystal Palace news conference

    Crystal Palace v Norwich (Sat, 15:00 BST)

    Alan Pardew

    Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew is wary of Norwich's form ahead of their crucial clash on Saturday. After two wins from two, the Canaries are three points behind Palace, although Pardew's side have a game in hand. 

    "Their form doesn't concern me but it’s more difficult because of the confidence they’ll have gained from those two wins," he said. "In the last two games we’ve been substantially better. The stats have been better, our performances better and we’re ready.

    "When you’ve had a run like we’ve had it’s natural to have some friction in the group, but I’ve not sensed it."

    Palace have not won a league game in 2016.  

  19. 'San Quentin, what good do you think you do'

    Tennis

    BBC World Service

    Video content

    Video caption: Watch: Inmates particpate in the pioneering sports programs to aid in rehabilitation

    San Quentin State Prison is one of North America's most notorious jails, housing the largest death row population in the USA. 

    Yet it's tennis court, right in the middle of the exercise yard, is one of few places in the prison where racial or gang divides do not exist. It is a neutral zone, as Alex South discovers in this eye-opening feature.

    Anyone else now got a Johnny Cash song rattling around their head?