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By Andy Donley and Chris Osborne

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  1. 'Expect a close, high-octane encounter'

    Chelsea v Liverpool (20:00 BST)

    Simon Brotherton

    Match of the Day commentator

    Liverpool's tricky early run of fixtures continues, with unbeaten Chelsea certain to be fired up for this one after dropping points for the first time this season in last Sunday's 2-2 with Swansea.

    Liverpool have already played last season's top three, putting four goals past both Arsenal and Leicester and drawing at Tottenham.

    Unlike certain other encounters between these sides in recent times, there's no league title or place in the Champions League final at stake, but the game will be no less intense for that.

    Liverpool were 3-1 winners in the corresponding fixture last season, which was also their first league win under Jurgen Klopp. I'm expecting a close, high-octane encounter to start the weekend.

  2. Smith in boccia final

    Rio 2016 Paralympics

    David Smith

    Britain's David Smith is under way ion his boccia BC1 gold medal match against Daniel Perez of the Netherlands.

    It will definitely be a medal for the 27-year-old - but what colour?

  3. Rosberg is tops-berg

    Singapore GP


    After crashing in first practice, Nico Rosberg makes amends by finishing top of second practice in Singapore.

    Get the latest here.

  4. 'I have a crush on Jurgen Klopp'

    Chelsea v Liverpool (20:00 BST)

    Chris Sutton

    Ex-Chelsea striker on the Premier League show

    I think it will be one hell of a game. 

    I have a crush on Jurgen Klopp and the way he sets his team up. Manchester City and Liverpool have been the two outstanding teams football-wise this season. 

    Liverpool’s problem is defensively and they are inconsistent. You just worry about their style of play, can they continue it all season?

    You can watch the latest episode of The Premier League Show on the iPlayer from midnight tonight.

  5. GB need half-time lift

    Rio 2016 Paralympics


    A difficult first half for GB's women in their wheelchair basketball bronze medal match.

    The Netherlands lead 33-17 - Britain need a quick turnaround after the interval.

  6. Tonight's team news

    Chelsea v Liverpool (20:00 BST)

    David Luiz

    David Luiz will make his first start for Chelsea since rejoining the club in a £34m switch from Paris Saint-Germain.

    He replaces captain John Terry, who suffered an ankle ligament injury against Swansea last weekend.

    Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren is expected to return against Chelsea after missing Saturday's 4-1 win over Leicester because of a bruised eye.

    There could be a recall for Philippe Coutinho, who was rested for that game after a long flight from Brazil.

  7. Tough for Weir

    Rio Paralympics

    Allison Curbishley

    BBC athletics expert on Radio 5 live

    It is such a shame we won't see David Weir in a final. We knew it would be difficult to get onto the podium with the strength of the Chinese.

    That wasn't the David Weir we have come to know and love watching racing.

    He looks emotionally tired. Who could blame him? He has missed the birth of his fourth child and I think his mind is elsewhere.

  8. 'Sport can be cruel'

    Rio Paralympics

    Tanni Grey-Thompson

    11-time Paralympic champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    It's a sad day. I've known David Weir for so long and I'm feeling a bit emotional.

    Sport is a bit cruel. When you are winning it is amazing but when you lose, it is miserable when you come off the track and so hard to get your head back.

    In 2012 Dave didn't always make great decisions when he was racing but I think the others were a bit afraid of him. However, he has lost that invincibility. 

    He needs to go home, spend time with his family and he certainly has a future in marathon racing and hopefully we will see him beyond the London Marathon.

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  10. GB miss out on 4x400m final

    Rio 2016 Paralympics

    Oh no, disaster for the GB T53/54 4x400m team of Richard Chiassaro, Nathan Maguire, Moatez Jomni and David Weir - they come second, but it's not one of the four quickest times across the heats and they're out!

    China win it in a world record time of three minutes 4.77 seconds.

    Weir, a four-time gold medallist at London 2012, ends his track racing career without a medal in Rio.

    He still has the marathon to come though.

  11. It's Weir O'clock

    Rio 2016 Paralympics

    GB's men are on the line for the heats of the 4x400m T53/54 relay, including David Weir - this is his last chance for a medal on the track in Rio.

    And they're off!

  12. GB in bronze medal match

    Rio 2016 Paralympics

    Great Britain's women's wheelchair basketball team are in bronze medal action against the Netherlands right now - GB are 6-0 down early doors.

  13. Meet Sergio Perez...

    Formula 1

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    Video caption: Formula 1: Up close and personal with Sergio Perez

    Ever wanted to know Force India driver Sergio Perez's opinion on sombreros? How about Tom Cruise?

    I suspected you did. Watch the video above to find out.

  14. Wells done Sophie

    Rio 2016 Paralympics

    Nick Hope

    BBC Sport's Paralympics reporter in Rio


    She was agonisingly close to becoming Britain's first triple Paralympic champion at the Rio Games, but Sophie Wells has to settle for freestyle dressage silver.

    The 36-year-old was pipped to gold by just 0.150 marks by London 2012's double Paralympic champion Michele George of Belgium.

    "There isn't anything more I could have done," Wells tells me on BBC Radio 5 Live.

    "There was a mistake early in the routine but other than that it was everything I could have hoped for. Yes, some will say it was a risk coming in with a new routine, but we were happy with it and ready for competition and as a whole I have to be so happy with how the event has gone.

    "Obviously you want freestyle gold, but to win the individual test gold was special and to win win the team as well when we're under so much pressure has made it a fantastic experience."

  15. Get Involved - Team-mate bust-ups


    Jay: Can't believe no one has mentioned the time Ricardo Fuller got sent off for slapping club captain Andy Griffin.

    They have now Jay. Keep your team-mate bust-up memories rolling in. 

    I remember once when I was playing Sunday league football I got started on by my centre-back partner after I asked him to mark his man a little tighter. I tried to explain that I was the Rio Ferdinand in the partnership. He wasn't having it...

  16. Murray gets mad

    Davis Cup


    Don't make him angry. You wouldn't like him when he's angry.

    A vintage Andy Murray pose here as the British number one gets all mad with himself - but it's working, as the Wimbledon champion wins the second set to level up against Juan Martin del Potro in the Davis Cup tie against Argentina.

    Keep across the action on BBC Two and our live page here.

  17. Two GB swimmers through

    Rio 2016 Paralympics

    Two more British swimmers have won their heats to progress to their respective finals tonight - Hannah Russell in the S13 100m freestyle and Andrew Mullen in the S5 50m backstroke.

    The action gets back under way from 21:30 BST in the pool tonight.

  18. Blake delight at Rio gold

    Rio 2016 Paralympics

    Elizabeth Hudson

    BBC Sport's Paralympics reporter in Rio

    Paul Blake admitted that he "mucked up his race plan a bit" but it was all worth it as he claimed ParalympicsGB's 50th gold medal in Rio with success in the T36 400m.

    "It's great to add to the team collection - it still hasn't sunk in," the 26-year-old, who won silver at London 2012, told BBC Radio 5 Live.

    "I've been waiting and seeing everyone else race so well, but it is worth the wait.

    "It's a great confidence boost so now I can rest up and get ready for the 800m on Saturday."

    Paul Blake
  19. Guardiola eyeing Gladbach trio?


    Manchester City may have thrashed Borussia Monchengladbach 4-0 on Wednesday, that hasn't stopped Pep Guardiola targeting three of their players.

    Well, that's what Bild are reporting, after one of their journalists overheard Guardiola telling Gladbach sporting director Max Eberl that he was interested in Thorgan Hazard, Andreas Christensen and Mahmoud Dahoud.

    Hazard is the 23-year-old brother of Eden, the Chelsea forward, while Christensen also has a Chelsea connection - he is one of the club's myriad of on-loan youngsters scattered around Europe. 

    Mahmoud Dahoud is a Syria-born 20-year-old, who has represented Germany at under-21 level.

  20. On this day...


    In 2013, snooker's former world number five Stephen Lee was found guilty of seven match-fixing offences.

    Stephen Lee