Manchester City will discover the result of their appeal against a two-year ban from UEFA competitions on Monday, the CAS announced.
The English Premiership will restart when Harlequins host Sale and conclude with the play-off final on 24 October, Premiership Rugby announced.
Watch highlights from round five of the W Series Esports League at Spa, Belgium, with Spain’s Marta Garcia finishing first in two races.
Ben Stokes claims the wicket of rival and fellow all-rounder Jason Holder on day three of the first Test between England and West Indies at the Ageas Rose Bowl.
The Premier League confirmed that United and Southampton should not have been given penalties, but Tottenham should have been awarded one.
Manchester City will learn on Monday whether their appeal against a two-year ban from European club competitions has been successful.
Say hello to “Spot” and “Pepper.” They’re big baseball fans who never stop moving and never get tired of singing for the Fukuoko SoftBank Hawks.
The versatile prop, who has four Springbok caps, is back at Ellis Park and could prove real value for money because he contributes on several fronts.
Chelsea teenager Billy Gilmour could be sidelined for up to four months after undergoing knee surgery, Chelsea boss Frank Lampard said.
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A few key match-ups promise to light up the Champions League quarterfinals, due to take place in Lisbon.
Western Cape Cricket chairperson Advocate Nic Kock has confirmed that Albertus Kennedy has been appointed as the interim CEO of Western Cape Cricket.
The Premier Soccer League chairperson Irvin Khoza will hold an urgent press conference on Monday, 13 July.
VAR officials must be wary of ‘wrong kind of solidarity’ with referees, says Fifa’s referees’ chief Pierluigi Collina
VAR officials must not show the “wrong kind of solidarity” with colleagues by failing to correct mistakes, says Pierluigi Collina.
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen heads Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas in second practice at the Styrian Grand Prix.
World No 1 Novak Djokovic is still on the fence about travelling to participate in the 2020 US Open.
Super Rugby Aotearoa confirmed what most people suspected earlier this year before Covid-19 struck: the Blues are back!
Staurt Broad says he is gutted and angry after missing out on selection for England’s first Test against the West Indies.
Player’s union SACA have come out in support of Lungi Ngidi and the Black Lives Matter movement with the fast bowler also being backed by his franchise.
Scotland and Sheffield United striker Oli McBurnie admitted the charge and is fined £28,500.
Sharmarh Brooks edges behind for 39 off the bowling of James Anderson as England claim their first wicket after lunch.