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Summary

  1. Olympic gold-winning show jumper Nick Skelton retires
  2. Build-up to Premier League, inc Chelsea v Man City
  3. Indian Premier League starts, with Tymal Mills in action
  4. Master par-three tournament begins 20:00 BST

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By Ellie Thomason and Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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  1. Play suspended

    Golf

    The par-three fun may soon be distinctly stop-start today at Augusta National.

    Play has been suspended with thunderstorms in the area.

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  2. 'Is that a shameless troll by Jamie?'

    Football

    Carragher Sturridge

    We've had an anonymous text in about Jamie Carragher's comments about Daniel Sturridge 

    "Re Carragher 14:58 is that a shameless troll by Jamie? How exactly is Sturridge playing for Tottenham - the second best team in the country statistically - 'a level down' from playing for Liverpool who are currently 3rd?"

  3. Rafael returns to Clay

    Tennis

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    Good news tennis fans. Rafael Nadal is back on clay ahead of the Monte Carlo Masters in Monaco later this month.

  4. Sturridge should leave Liverpool - Carragher

    Football

    Daniel Sturridge

    Daniel Sturridge should leave Liverpool according to former defender Jamie Carragher.

    Sturridge, 27, has appeared just three times in the league since the turn of the league and appears to have slipped down manager Jurgen Klopp's pecking order.

    "It might be better for everyone if he moves on and tries to rejuvenate his career because he had a brilliant start to his Liverpool career," Carragher told Newsweek.

    "Him and [Luis] Suarez were devastating. But it just seems to have tailed off now.”

    “If you’re going to play week in week out, it may have to be a level down, but he certainly has the quality to play for Tottenham, there’s no doubt about that."

  5. Swansea will stay in Premier League - Toshack

    Football

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    Video caption: Swansea will stay in Premier League - Toshack

    Former manager John Toshack says Swansea will stay in Premier League and that he has been impressed with boss Paul Clement.  

  6. Geraghty edging towards More Of That

    Horse Racing

    Barry Geraghty

    Leading jockey Barry Geraghty is set to pick More Of That ahead of Cause Of Causes for the Grand National at Aintree on Saturday.

    The pair lead four possible contenders for Geraghty's boss, the racehorse owner JP McManus.

    A final field of 40 runners will be named on Thursday morning.

  7. Get Involved - Best manager in the world

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    Craig Shakespeare

    Johnny Di Girolamo:  Conte took an embarrassingly weak Italy team & turned them into heroes. An outstanding manager at every club, and modest

    Scott Mullins: It has to be Simeone, he's kept Athletico up near the top consistently and reached the quarters in the past four seasons

    Craig C: I voted other. Got to be Craig Shakespeare surely!

  8. Yak back on the market

    Football

    Yakubu

    Coventry have terminated the contract of striker Yakubu by mutual consent.

    The former Portsmouth and Everton forward  joined the Sky Blues  on a deal until the end of the season in February, having been released by Turkish side Kayserispor last summer.

    Yakubu, 34, played three games for Coventry without scoring, but suffered a hamstring injury in a 3-1 defeat by Swindon on 25 February.

  9. 'You can't break us'

    Football

    Zenit Saint Petersburg players have ridden the metro in the city after Monday's blasts blast between two stations, which killed 14 people and injured almost 50.

    The club's official Twitter account tweeted a series of pictures of players on the metro, before paying their respects to the victims.

  10. Get ready to push the boat out

    #GetInspired

    Adults and children take part in Push the Boat Out

    The Royal Yachting Association (RYA) has extended its programme of sailing and windsurfing taster sessions to 360 clubs across the country for 2017.

    Entitled 'Push the Boat Out' and running from 13-22 May , the scheme allows beginners to take to the water and learn the basics of water-craft in free or low-cost sessions.

    Find out more about the scheme and how you can get involved here.

  11. Republic of Ireland strike summit called

    Football

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    Video caption: Republic of Ireland women's football team threaten strike over FAI treatment

    The Republic of Ireland women's team will meet with officials after a threat from players to go on strike over poor treatment.

    Players said the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) had treated them  "like dirt on its shoe"  and they would refuse to train if conditions did not improve.

    The FAI has invited them to a meeting on Wednesday evening at 18:00 BST.

    The women have grievances over a series of issues, including a demand for match fees of 300 Euros, bonuses of 150 Euros for a win and 75 Euros for a draw, gym membership for the squad and the provision of team clothing.  

  12. Vote results

    #bbcsportsday

    We've been asking you all morning to vote for who you think is the best manager in the world from a list of 11 bosses.

    Obviously, 'Other' won the vote.

    That'll teach us.

    If you voted 'Other,' get in touch and tell us who you think we missed. We've already heard from a few Pochettino and Rowett fans, but there must be more of you out there!

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  13. Get Involved - Who is the best manager in the world?

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    Jose Mourinho

    Bounce:  Mourinho is a great manager but one of the worse when developing young players. Utd Young players are suffering under him.

    DJP: Has to be a toss up between Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho. PG shades it for the simple fact that he's not Mourinho.. and he has better tips.

    Maurice Macken:  Mourinho has a track record of singling out players for criticism. Joe Cole, Felipe Luis, Ilker Casillas, Samuel Eto'o, Juan Mata. He even had a dig at Ronaldo during the Euros and he wasnt even involved in the Portugal set up. He always has to have someone to blame and divert attention to. His management style has turned stale.  

  14. Kyrgios is selling his car... On Facebook

    Tennis

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    Yep, that's right.

    Fancy owning the first car Nick Kyrgios ever bought? He says the time has come to let it go.

    If you want to know how much it costs, you'll have to inbox him yourself.

  15. Wales set for first 100 club member

    Football

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    No wonder Wales midfielder Jess Fishlock is celebrating.

    She will become the first Welsh footballer to reach 100 caps when Wales play Northern Ireland today.

    We spoke to Jess ahead of what will be an incredibly proud moment for the 30-year-old.

    You can read her column here.

  16. The hills are alive with the sound of Klitschko

    Boxing

    The Daily Mirror's David Anderson has visited the very Alpine training camp training camp that Wladimir Klitschko is calling home ahead of his 29 April fight with Anthony Joshua at Wembley.

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  17. Lyon fear losing 'immense' Lacazette

    Football

    Alexandre Lacazette

    Lyon director Bernard Lacombe admits that it would be a major blow if striker Alexandre Lacazette at the end of the season.

    The 25-year-old striker has scored 29 goals for the club this season, but they still seem set to miss out on Champions League qualification, barring a triumph in this season's Europa League.

    Arsenal and Atletico Madrid have both been linked with the France international.

    "The departure of Alex would be very difficult for our club,” Lacombe told RMC in comments reported by the Mirror. 

    “Because even if we could make lots of money, he is an immense player and I do not think that we will understand the magnitude of his departure fully until it happens."

  18. Cavendish out of Paris-Roubaix

    Cycling

    Mark Cavendish

    Mark Cavendish has been ruled out of Sunday's Paris-Roubaix one-day race with an ankle injury.

    His Dimension Data team said on Wednesday. "Mark Cavendish will not take the start at today's Scheldeprijs or at the weekend's Paris-Roubaix due to an overuse injury."

    Cavendish, who last raced in Milan-San Remo on 18 March, also missed Ghent-Wevelgem at the end of the month.

  19. Stokes and Morgan get emojis

    Cricket

    Step aside Paul Pogba.

    Ben Stokes and Eoin Morgan have got their own emojis ahead of the new IPL season.

    Thoughts? Let us know via #bbcsportsday

  20. Bennett out for up to 12 months

    Rugby union

    Mark Bennett

    Scotland and Glasgow Warriors centre Mark Bennett faces up to 12 months on the sidelines after having cruciate ligament surgery.

    The 24-year-old,  who will join Edinburgh Rugby in the summer,  was injured in last month's  Six Nations defeat by England at Twickenham.