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  1. Video content

    Video caption: Joey Barton says Burnley unafraid of Premier League

    Burnley midfielder Joey Barton says the Clarets will not be afraid of the Premier League after promotion from the Championship was guaranteed last weekend.

  2. Thanks and goodbye

    That is all from Sportsday for today. We'll be back on Monday at 08:00 BST with a load more news of the sporting variety.

    In the meantime, there's loads of sport on this weekend. Fill your boots.

  3. 'Last of the posh boys'


    Constantine Louloudis

    His grandfather was a Viscount, his mother is a lady-in-waiting for Princess Anne, and a portrait of himself hangs in a dusty hall at Eton. 

    Meet Constantine Louloudis, rowing's 'last of the posh boys'.

    Read more here.

  4. O'Sullivan receives OBE


  5. More trouble at FC United of Manchester


    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    The problems at National League North outfit FC United of Manchester have escalated.

    Three more long-standing board members have confirmed they are standing down with immediate effect, citing an escalation of what they view as a campaign to get rid of them.

    A statement released on behalf of Mike Sherrard, Kate Ramsey and Des Lynch also says staff members and volunteers have come to "fear for their own safety".

    "The actions of some members, and non-members, fly in the face of the democratic principles our club is founded on and have no place in civilised society," said the statement.

    FC United's final home game of the season was halted for five minutes due to a demonstration against the board.

    Three board members have already resigned, with general manager Andy Walsh announcing his intention to stand down at the end of the month.

    Critics have claimed FC United has been run against the democratic principles on which it was founded.

    The club's board have denied this.

  6. Villa negotiations ongoing


    Villa Park

    Aston Villa have released a statement regarding negotiations to sell the club.

    In it, chairman Steve Hollis says: "We are in very constructive negotiations which could lead to the sale of the club to a new owner.

    "There has been no shortage of parties who would like to own Aston Villa but our negotiations are now with those parties that we believe will have the passion and ambition to return the Club to winning the highest honours in European football.

    "The appointment of the manager is at this time inextricably linked to the current negotiations."

  7. Get Involved - pre-match entertainment


    We asked for your tales of pre-match entertainment, be it good, bad or awful... and we also want to know which singer you'd book to perform at your club and what they'd sing.

    Graham Auld: Oct 2000 the date, Adams Park the venue - LIONEL RICHIE the appearance - pretty random!!

    Baron: Would like Adele at the Emirates: "Hello, [Arsene]. I was wondering if after all these years you'd like to quit."

    Crowd Control: A apt song for my club Aston Villa - Beck - Loser.

    Keep your offerings coming using #bbcsportsday on Twitter, texting 81111 or by visiting the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  8. A day in the life of a diabetic rugby pro


    Worcester Warriors full-back Chris Pennell

    Chris Pennell will be lining up for Worcester Warriors as they take on top-of-the-table Saracens in the Premiership on Saturday - despite being a type 1 diabetic.

    Follow this link to watch an exclusive Get Inspired video in which Chris takes us through a day in his life as a professional rugby player with diabetes.

  9. Arthur named Pakistan coach


    Mickey Arthur

    Pakistan have appointed former Australia coach Mickey Arthur as their new head coach. Arthur succeed's Waqar Younis, who resigned last month.

    South African Arthur, 47, is expected to begin his new role at the end of this month.

  10. Points system 'nonsense'


    Michael Vaughan

    Former England captain Michael Vaughan has described plans to introduce a points system for the summer series against Pakistan and Sri Lanka as a "nonsense".

    It is expected that a system will be introduced to award points for Tests, one-day internationals and Twenty20 with an overall winner decided.

    "It's an over-complication that is not needed," said Vaughan. 

    "I think it is nonsense. Sometimes too many brains around the room complicate it.

    "What you are going to have is 45 players on a podium at the end of the series."

  11. Wright keeps Premier League hopes alive


    Peter Wright

    Peter Wright kept his hopes of reaching the Premier League play-offs alive after beating James Wade in Manchester. 

    The Scot's 7-1 victory puts him just one point behind Adrian Lewis, who still occupies the final play-off spot despite a 7-2 defeat by Phil Taylor.

    Gary Anderson beat Robert Thornton 7-1 to qualify and will join Michael van Gerwen, who won 7-2 against Raymond van Barneveld, and Taylor in the play-offs. 

    Rotterdam hosts the event for the first time next week, with the play-offs in London on 19 May.

  12. Lennox Lewis: Khan has a great chance


    Video content

    Video caption: Lewis says Amir Khan has a 'great chance' to win his fight against Saul Alvarez.

    Lennox Lewis says Amir Khan has a 'great chance' to win his fight against Saul Alvarez.

    Khan faces the Mexican in their WBC middleweight title fight in Las Vegas on Saturday.

    And former world heavyweight champion and Olympic gold medallist Lennox Lewis believes this is a big chance for the Brit to take his place in the hierarchy of British boxing.

    Find the best of 5 live's sport coverage, insight and analysis here

  13. Forest transfer embargo to end - Fawaz


    Nottingham Forest owner Fawaz Al Hasawi says the Football League has confirmed that the club are set to come out of their transfer embargo. 

    The Championship's side's chairman said on Twitter: "Good news - the Football League has confirmed the transfer embargo will be lifted."

  14. Get Involved - pre-match entertainment


    From Robbie Savage (14:50 entry) to the downright savage... poor lad.

    Get in touch with your memories of pre-match entertainment (ideally not involving professional fouls on children): Tweet#bbcsportsday, text 81111 or by visit the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  15. Khan lacks "killer instinct"


    Amir Khan and Virgil Hunter

    Amir Khan faces the toughest fight of his professional career on Saturday when he takes on Mexico's Saul Alvarez in Las Vegas.

    However, the Bolton fighter's trainer, Virgil Hunter, admits his charge lacks "killer instinct".

    "Killer instinct has to be in you, you can't call it up," said Hunter.

    "You see some kids in the gym and they want to hurt somebody. That's killer instinct.

    "If they get beaten up they're back the next day, with a vengeance. That's a trait."

    Khan, 29, is moving up two weights to challenge his Mexican rival for the WBC middleweight title at the T-Mobile Arena.

    If Khan won, he would be only the third ex-light-welterweight world champion to win a middleweight world title.

  16. European Championships


    Alistair Magowan

    BBC Sport at the European Rowing Championships in Brandenburg

    GB rowers

    "Warm and breezy here in former east Germany, 90km west of Berlin, as crews get an early sighter of how their rivals are faring ahead of the Rio Olympics in three months' time.

    "It's been a straightforward day for Great Britain as the women's pair Helen Glover and Heather Stanning and the men's four cruised through to Sunday's finals. The women's eight also impressed with only four of GB's 16 crews now having to battle through via the repechage.

    "Catching up with GB coach Jurgen Grobler after he addressed the men's eight crew, his biggest concern seemed to be the cross wind which can put boats off course. That could be a factor come Sunday with all the action live on the BBC Red Button from 09:30 BST."    

  17. Oxlade-Chamberlain injury 'very sad'


    More now on Arsenal's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain being ruled out of Euro 2016, with Gunners boss Arsene Wenger explaining how the England midfielder suffered a major setback as he tried to return from a knee injury.

    "He was quite physically ready and strong in training and was planning to play on Tuesday and got injured on Monday morning," Wenger said.

    "You want a guy at 22 years of age to go to the European Championships. 

    "It's very sad. He's an impact player as well so could have made a big contribution to England's success."

  18. Queen's horse wins at Chester

    Horse racing

    Frank Keogh

    BBC Sport

    There was a Royal winner at Chester’s May meeting as Dartmouth claimed the Ormonde Stakes

    The evens favourite, owned by The Queen, won under jockey Ryan Moore for trainer Sir Michael Stoute.

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

  19. Leicester are having a party...

    ... and everyone is invited.