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Summary

  1. Man Utd's Ibrahimovic accepts violent conduct charge and will serve three match ban
  2. Bournemouth's Mings to appeal FA charge
  3. BBC Radio Leicester understand Shakespeare is to be offered Leicester job until the end of the season
  4. Chelsea go 10 points clear after beating West Ham
  5. Arsenal v Bayern Munich (19:45)
  6. Get Involved: #bbcsportsday or text 81111

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    Right, I will leave you to debate among yourselves... 

    Thank you for joining me today!

    I will be back tomorrow from 08:00 GMT. 

  2. England women could cause an upset tonight...

  3. 'It feels like everyone is welcome'

    #PeoplesCup

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    Video caption: FA People's Cup: Ben Ridd meets GB Paralympian Jack Rutter

    With 16 different categories for age, gender and ability, the FA People's Cup is for everyone. 

    When TeamGB Paralympian footballer Jack Rutter met Ben Ridd - who was taking part in the male disability category in Dorset - he found out just what it means for some players to participate in the nation's biggest five-a-side tournament for the first time.

    For more People's Cup action, check out our special  first-round highlights programme on the iPlayer.

  4. 'Overwhelmed'

    Cricket

    Earlier we brought you the news Kevin Pietersen will make his return for Surrey to play in this summer's T20 Blast competition.

    The former England batsman has had a warm reception from the fans...

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    so far.

    Read more here. 

  5. Sevilla lose ground in La Liga

    Football

    Sevilla's La Liga title hopes were damaged after a mistake by goalkeeper Sergio Rico led to a 1-1 draw at Alaves.

    The result leaves third-placed Sevilla four points behind Barca after 26 matches and three points behind Real Madrid, who have a game in hand. Alaves stay 11th.

    Alaves v Sevilla
  6. Think YOUR team have dedicated fans?

    Napoli face Real Madrid in the last 16 second leg of the Champions League this later evening - kick off is at 19:45 GMT. 

    Incredibly, there are already around 10,000 people in the stadium.

    I hope they brought a pack of cards...

  7. Get Involved - Ibrahimovic ban, Mings appeal

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    Danny Morgan:  With the Mings appeal, can the FA prove intent on the part of Mings? This is a very grey area.

    SMS Message: So, Zlatan accepts the violent conduct change from FA but on national television denied it? Odd that and seems like he was telling porkies when interviewed. Should set an extra 3 games for fibbing! from Hully
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    John Goodhewfalse Look at head-on footage. Mings has to reach left foot way outside his right leg to hit Zlatan. Totally unnatural running action. 

  8. Post update

    You are an opinionated bunch... The thoughts are still coming in about Zlatan and Mings.

  9. 'We will find a way to win'

    Football

    England coach Mark Sampson and defender  Lucy Bronze say they are relishing a chance to beat old foes Germany and claim the SheBelieves Cup in Washington.

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    Video caption: SheBelieves Cup: England women relishing Germany clash
  10. Cricket to introduce sendings-off

    Cricket

    Billy Bowden
    Image caption: Australia's Glenn McGrath was jokingly shown a red card by umpire Billy Bowden during the first ever Twenty20 international in 2005 after he pretended to bowl underarm

    Cricket's lawmakers, the MCC, have approved several rule changes that will introduce sendings-off, award penalty runs for poor behaviour and limit bat sizes.

    Player offences will be measured across four levels and punishments range from giving away five runs to being dismissed temporarily or permanently.

    Batsmen will also now not be run out if their bat loses contact with the ground after being grounded behind the crease.

  11. Ex-football coach faces abuse charges

    Former football coach Barry Bennell has been charged with eight counts of historical child sexual abuse.

    The 63-year-old ex-youth coach at Crewe Alexandra faces allegations relating to two boys between 1980 and 1987.

    The Crown Prosecution Service said the charges followed an investigation by Cheshire Police.

    Mr Bennell, who also had links to Manchester City and Stoke City, will appear at South Cheshire Magistrates' Court on 13 March.

    He is accused of two counts of indecent assault on a boy aged under 14, indecent assault on a boy aged under 16, and five other offences.

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    We will come back to Zlatan's ban in a short while... Just going to bring you some news from elsewhere.

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    Kingken Mokfalse:  A chance for Marcus Rashford to show what he can do up front

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    SMS Message: Mings is appealing because there was no malice in treading on Ibrahimovic - it was clumsy more than anything. from Ken Badger
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    Jonathan Collardfalse As a United fan, unfortunately I think Zlatan's three match ban is fair. Mings should get at least the same though. 

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    Abdullah Mulla:  Fair play to Zlatan for accepting the charge and getting his ban over and done with as soon as possible.

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    FultonTalksFootball:  Ibrahimovic is lucky to only get three match ban. 

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    As expected, very mixed opinions on this topic...

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    Mike Oxbig:  Mings is mad appealing - assuming appealing means the ban will increase. Banged to rights which Ibrahimovic has realised. 

  20. Zlatan's three-match ban...

    Football

    So Zlatan will miss the next three matches. 

    They are Monday's FA Cup quarter-final at Chelsea and Premier League games against Middlesbrough and West Brom. 

    He will, however, be available to face Rostov in the Europa League on Thursday as FA bans do not apply to European matches.