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  1. 2022 Commonwealth Games will no longer be held in Durban, South Africa
  2. FA Cup: Tottenham 6-0 Millwall; Premier League: Liverpool 2-1 Burnley
  3. Tottenham await news on severity of injury to England striker Harry Kane
  4. Chelsea v Manchester United (coverage on BBC One tonight from 19:30 GMT and commentary on BBC Radio 5 live)
  5. Get Involved: Which player would your team miss more than any other and why? #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Ellie Thomason and Michael Emons

All times stated are UK

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  1. Thanks and goodbye

    That is everything for today's Sportsday and we will be back at 08:00 GMT on Tuesday.

    Don't forget the BBC has you covered from all angles for tonight's big match - the FA Cup quarter-final between Chelsea and Manchester United.

    There is live coverage on BBC One from 19:30, live commentary on BBC Radio 5 live and our live text commentary will be up and running on the BBC Sport website from 18:30.

    Thanks for all your comments and see you soon.

  2. No bad feelings towards Chelsea - Mourinho

    Chelsea v Manchester United (19:45 GMT)

    Quotes from Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho talking about tonight's FA Cup quarter-final against his former club Chelsea.

    "Chelsea choose a certain style of play that I think is very adapted to the qualities of these players," said Mourinho.

    "Am I sadder to lose against Chelsea than against another team? No. Am I happier to win against Chelsea than another team? No.

    "I am focused on Man United. I know the work I did there (at Chelsea), I know what I did but I am the kind of guy that I move and have no regrets and I am not looking for bad feelings at all." 

    Live television coverage of the game is on BBC One, with live commentary on BBC Radio 5 live.

    Jose Mourinho
    Image caption: Jose Mourinho won the FA Cup with Chelsea in 2007 when they beat Manchester United 1-0 in the final
  3. Get Involved #bbcsportsday

    Which player would your team miss more than any other and why?

    Peter Langton: We would very much miss Eden Hazard. By miles our best player. Thank god we have him at Chelsea.

    Jordan Ford: Simon Ainge at Harrogate Town. 14 goals in eight appearances including two hat-tricks. Not bad for a centre back.

    Grant Heath: If Aberdeen lost Jonny Hayes we'd struggle massively, which has been proven in the games he's missed this year.

    Eden Hazard
  4. 'It will be a really tough game'

    Chelsea v Manchester United (19:45 GMT)

    Some quotes from Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte on tonight's FA Cup quarter-final against Manchester United.

    "In October, before the game  [won 4-0 by Chelsea],  I was sure of facing a great team. It's the same now. Manchester United have, together with [Manchester] City, the best squad in the league," said Conte.

    "We have a good identity. We are showing good football, but for sure it will be a really tough game against a good team.

    "I hope to be favourites, but to show this on the pitch, not only in the words. The facts are on the pitch. We must talk during the game on the pitch, not before. I prefer to focus on the game, and my players to speak with facts."

    Remember, the game is live on BBC One from 19:30 GMT.

    Antonio Conte
  5. '2017 is going to be a hard battle'

    Formula 1

    Three-time world champion Lewis Hamilton makes a good attempt at firing up his fans. Hamilton is the favourite to win the Formula 1 world title with the first race - the Australian Grand Prix - on 26 March.

  6. Can Man City spoil the party?

    Monaco v Man City (Wednesday, 19:45)

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    Manchester City hold the advantage in their Champions League last-16 tie after winning a thrilling first game 5-3.

  7. Slovenia match a 'must win'


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    Video caption: Slovenia game a 'must win' - Strachan

    Gordon Strachan insists his Scotland side "must win" their next World Cup qualifier at home to Slovenia as he announces his squad.

    Celtic's Stuart Armstrong, Bournemouth's Ryan Fraser and Tom Cairney of Fulham are all among the call-ups.

    Scotland face Canada in a friendly on 22 March at Easter Road before hosting Slovenia on 26 March.

  8. BreakingOwls boss Carvalhal charged by FA


    Sheffield Wednesday manager Carlos Carvalhal has been charged by the Football Association after being sent to the stands during the Owls' 2-0 defeat at Aston Villa on Saturday.

    Carvalhal has until 6pm on 16 March to respond to the "improper conduct" charge.

    Carlos Carvalhal
  9. No grudges with Ranieri - Shakespeare

    Leicester City v Sevilla (Tuesday, 19:45 GMT)

    Watch as Leicester City boss Craig Shakespeare says there are "no grudges" between him and former manager Claudio Ranieri.

    The Italian, who guided the Foxes to the Premier League title last season with Shakespeare as his assistant, was sacked after Leicester lost 2-1 at Sevilla in the first leg of their Champions League last -16 tie.

    Shakespeare has had two games in temporary charge - winning them both - and has now been given the manager's job on a permanent basis up to the end of the season.

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    Video caption: Leicester v Sevilla: Craig Shakespeare and Claudio Ranieri bare no grudges
  10. Ibrox control setback for chairman Dave King


    Rangers chairman David King could face a bill of up to £12m after a ruling on how he took charge of the Ibrox club.

    He could now be liable to buy all the shares in the holding company Rangers International Football Club, held by other shareholders - at 20p a share.

    The Takeover Appeal Board (Tab) made the ruling after deciding he worked in "concert" with three others when he bought the shares.

    Mr King said he did not agree with the ruling or the share price.

    Dave King
  11. Lawro's FA Cup predictions are in

    Chelsea v Man Utd (19:45 GMT)

    Lawro is up against Chelsea Fan TV & Full Time Devils in this week's predictions.

    Lawro has gone for a 2-0 Chelsea win. Agree with him?

    Let us know via #bbcsportsday

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Chelsea v Manchester United - YouTube fan channels predict score
  12. 'This is just about playing football'


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    Video caption: On the pitch with Scotland's amputee footballers

    Meet some of the players trying to form a Scotland-wide league for amputee football.

    Already there are plans for the first amputee football Scottish Cup in Edinburgh next month.  

  13. Get Involved #bbcsportsday

    Which player would your team miss more than any other and why?

    Alex Nash: Bristol City would be down and out without Tammy Abraham's goals this year! He has simply been sensational.

    Stu Fennell: Jonathan Kodija, the only, I repeat only, goal scorer we have. AVFC would be relegated otherwise.

    Jay McCulla: Craig Cairns for Runcorn Town he has 45 goals this season, broke a club record at the weekend.

    A quick glance at Runcorn Town's website shows Cairns has played 34 times and scored 45 goals, picking up 10 man of the match awards. Not too shabby. Runcorn play in the North West Counties League Premier Division - the ninth tier of English football.

    Tammy Abraham
    Image caption: It is 21 goals in all competitions, including 18 in the Championship, for Tammy Abraham this season. The striker is on loan at Bristol City from Chelsea
  14. FA Cup team news

    Chelsea v Manchester United (19:45 GMT)

    Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney has been ruled out of the FA Cup quarter-final at Chelsea, leaving his side without a recognised striker. 

    Rooney collided with Phil Jones in training and misses out with a leg injury, while Zlatan Ibrahimovic begins a three-game ban for  elbowing Bournemouth's Tyrone Mings.  Forwards Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford [illness] are also missing.

    Chelsea coach Antonio Conte has a fully-fit squad at his disposal.

    We are live on BBC One from Stamford Bridge at 19:30 GMT.

    Wayne Rooney
  15. The players can do well - Caixinha


    New Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha has faced the media today.

    He said: "When I work with one team the players that complete that squad are always the best. The players can have a better version than what is happening and I believe the players can do well until the end of the season.

    "I propose to know the club from top to bottom, know the players deeply - they are the main actors - and to know the competition. I need to know the opponents and respect the opponents."

    Rangers are third in the Scottish Premiership, 33 points behind leaders Celtic and Caixinha is asked how he will close the gap on Celtic.

    "By a lot of work," added Caixinha. "Football is not only about work. The main actors from this business are the footballers so we will need some investment."

    Pedro Caixinha
  16. 'Can Leicester win the Champions League?'

    Leicester City v Sevilla (Tuesday, 19:45 GMT)

    Leicester are 2-1 down going into tomorrow's home Champions League last-16 second leg tie against Sevilla, but new Foxes boss Craig Shakespeare thinks his side still have a chance of winning the competition outright.

    You can watch the clip, courtesy of BBC Leicester Sport, below.

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  17. Get Involved #bbcsportsday

    Which player would your team miss more than any other and why?

    Aminu Abubakar Ali: Joshua King, four goals in last two matches, Bournemouth need him to stay in the Premier League.

    Dan Hawkins: QPR would miss Alex Smithies more than any other. Great keeper and a penalty save expert - he's saved 19 of 39 in his career.

    Luke Gwalchmai: Erhun Oztumer for Walsall. They don't call him the Turkish Messi for nothing! 14 league goals this season for a number 10! 

    Joshua King
  18. England beat SA in World Rugby Sevens

    Rugby Sevens

    England beat South Africa 19-7 to win the Vancouver leg of the World Rugby Sevens.

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    Video caption: Rygby Sevens World Series: England 19-7 South Africa
  19. Life ban for Russian 'doping' doctor


    A Russian doctor has been banned for life from any involvement in athletics.

    The Court of Arbitration for Sport (Cas) said "clear evidence" showed Dr Sergei Portugalov doped athletes.

    A 2015 World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) report said he was "very active in the conspiracy to cover up athletes' positive tests in exchange for a percentage of their winnings".

    "As a consequence, a lifetime period of ineligibility has been imposed," Cas said.

    Read more here .

    An anti-doping laboratory
    Image caption: Dr Sergei Portugalov has been accused of supplying and administering banned drugs to athletes