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By Jamie Lillywhite

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  1. From Russia with...a 1-1 draw


    So Manchester United claimed an away goal from Henrikh Mkhitaryan in a 1-1 draw at FC Rostov on a pitch Jose Mourinho likened to some amateur ones he remembers from his Portugal homeland.

    "It was impossible to play better, impossible to play a passing game," the United boss said. Next up for the Red Devils is Monday night's FA Cup tie at Chelsea. The return leg of the Europa League last 16 match against the Russian side is on Thursday at Old Trafford. 

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    Daily Mirror

    Daily Mirror
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    The Times

    The Times say Chelsea stalwart John Terry is prepared to join another Premier League club, with Stoke, West Brom and Bournemouth all interested in the 36-year-old and there is England completing a 3-0 one-day international series win over the West Indies.

    The Times
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    The Daily Telegraph

    The Daily Telegraph claim England rugby union coach Eddie Jones is feeling the pressure ahead of the Calcutta Cup match with Scotland this weekend. England will equal the world record of 18 successive victories with victory at Twickenham tomorrow.

    Daily Telegraph
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    The Daily Express

    Similar in the Daily Express, with more on the choice of transport for Gabriel Jesus. Will it spark a surge in sales? Will there be customised gold plated or camouflaged ones with oversized wheels?

    Daily Express
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    The Daily Star

    All manner of puns in the Daily Star as they capture Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus negotiating the vast expanse of the Trafford Centre in a mobility scooter. 

    Daily Star
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    The Sun

    The Sun waste no time in using the superbly named Arsenal chairman Sir Chips Keswick for a headline.

    The Sun
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    The Guardian

    A mix of sports in the Guardian, including more colourful quotes from England rugby union coach Eddie Jones, who quips that injury concern Owen Farrell ran into his dog.

    The Guardian
  9. British Cycling statement


    And more news on this...

    In a statement just released, British Cycling has admitted it did not pay "sufficient care and attention" to the wellbeing of staff and athletes at the expense of winning medals.

    The organisation was responding to a leaked draft report of an investigation into alleged failings in its culture.

    Read more on this story here .

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    The Daily Mail

    The Daily Mail's lead claims British Cycling's board are accused of ‘sanitising’ the report into Jess Varnish’s allegations of discrimination against Shane Sutton - even ‘reversing’ the findings of their own grievance officer.

    Daily Mail
  11. Welcome

    Hello good morning and welcome, to the final Sportsday of the week from Salford.

    Well Manchester United will be back in the soggy north-west this morning having negotiated that much-fabled "field" in Russia with no major injuries and a 1-1 draw with FC Rostov.

    Today we look ahead to the FA Cup quarter-finals, there are four Premier League matches over the weekend and a big Championship match tonight but we begin with today's newspapers and a bit of breaking news.