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21  septembre     21h33
Brighton stunned on European debut by AEK Athens
   Brighton suffer defeat on their debut in European competition as they are beaten at home by AEK Athens in the Europa League.
Sima goal gives Rangers narrow win over Real Betis
   Rangers mark their return to the safe haven of the Europa League with a narrow but impressive victory over Real Betis.
Record France win marred by injury to Dupont
   France secure their record win with a World Cup victory over Namibia, but lose captain Antoine Dupont to injury.
Liverpool come from behind to beat LASK
   Darwin Nunez, Luis Diaz and Mohamed Salah score Liverpool come from behind to beat LASK Linz as they make a winning start to their Uefa Europa League campaign
Hall & Boutier reunited for opening Solheim match
   Georgia Hall and Celine Boutier will renew their unbeaten partnership when Europe’s Solheim Cup defence gets under way on Friday at Finca Cortesin, Spain.
Sheff Utd ’devastated’ by death of Cusack at 27
   Sheffield United say they are devastated by the death of midfielder Maddy Cusack aged .
Screamers, howlers & late drama - the derby that had it all
   Before Sunday’s game between Arsenal and Tottenham, BBC Sport remembers a north London derby that had it all.
Farrell raring for World Cup bow after ’challenging’ ban
   England captain Owen Farrell admits that is has been difficult to watch his team mates at the Rugby World Cup while he serves out a ban for a high tackle.
Kudus on target as West Ham beat Backa Topola
   Mohammed Kudus scores his first West Ham goal as the Europa Conference League holders come from behind to beat Serbian side Backa Topola in the Europa League.
Defensive errors cost Villa at Legia Warsaw
   Aston Villa make a poor start to their first European campaign in years as appalling defending allows Legia Warsaw to get the better of them in the Europa Conference League.
Aberdeen show ’desire & know-how’ in Eintracht defeat
   Aberdeen showed mentality, desire, fight, and tactical know how in abundance in their Europa Conference League defeat by Eintracht Frankfurt.
Boycott end ’turning point’ for society - Putellas
   Alexia Putellas says Spain’s agreement to end their boycott of the women’s national team should be a turning point for women’s sport and society.
Super League awaits thrilling final-day decider
   Friday’s final round of the Super League regular season brings us as exciting a finale as has been seen in the summer era.
Hamilton expects ’phenomenal’ Red Bull to win in Japan
   Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton believes Red Bull will be back on top at this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix.
De Kock refused to take knee over authorities’ ’interference’
   South Africa wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock explains why he refused to take the knee at the T World Cup.
Onana will bounce back after mistake - Ten Hag
   Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag says goalkeeper Andre Onana will bounce back from his mistake against Bayern Munich.
Palace to open contract talks with Eze - Friday’s gossip
   Crystal Palace to open contract talks with Eberechi Eze, Manchester United open to selling Sancho, Tottenham to extend Son Heung min’s deal, plus more.
Murray wins Zhuhai Championships opener
   Britain’s Andy Murray defeats Chinese wildcard Ye Cong Mo to win his opening match of the Zhuhai Championships.
Italy beat Uruguay in second-half comeback
   Italy produce a stirring second half comeback to beat Uruguay in Nice and go top of Pool A at the Rugby World Cup.
Dupont having tests on suspected fractured jaw
   France captain Antoine Dupont is having tests after suffering a suspected fractured jaw during the hosts’ record win against Namibia.
Ireland will be massively confrontational - Stransky
   Springbok legend Joel Stransky says South Africa must be ready for the physical battle when they face Ireland at the Rugby World Cup.
Australia may pick full-back Donaldson at fly-half v Wales
   Australia head coach Eddie Jones is considering starting Ben Donaldson at fly half in the World Cup Pool C match against Wales in Lyon on Sunday.
South Africa v Ireland preview, team news & stats
   Team news, match preview and statistics for South Africa and Ireland’s much anticipated Rugby World Cup Pool B match in Paris on Saturday.
Tricky Tonga test is true start to Scots’ campaign’
   Tonga’s false start should not fool Scotland in a game both sides have targeted for a win at the Rugby World Cup, says Johnnie Beattie.
This is the biggest game of my career’ - Tompkins
   Centre Nick Tompkins says Wales have no thoughts of the World Cup knockout stages as they prepare for the crucial Pool C game against Australia in Lyon on Sunday.
England host Scotland in maiden Nations League game
   England host Scotland at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland on Friday evening in the inaugural game of the Uefa Women’s Nations League for both of the home nations.
I don’t care about sportswashing - Saudi crown prince
   Saudi Arabia crown prince Mohammed bin Salman says he is focused on economic targets.
I’m too good for Edwards’ - champion Eblen
   Johnny Eblen will defend his middleweight title against Britain’s Fabian Edwards at Bellator in Dublin on Saturday.
Heavyweight Zhang vows to ’end Joyce’s career’
   Chinese heavyweight Zhilei Zhang tells British fighter Joe Joyce I’m here to end your career before Saturday’s rematch at Wembley’s OVO Arena.
20  septembre     08h05
Watch: Rojas acrobatically tags out batter
   This Seattle Mariner leapfrogged Oakland Athletics towards their win.
21  septembre     10h21
Roy turns down England call-up for Ireland ODIs
   Jason Roy turns down the chance to play in the remainder of England’s one day series against Ireland, with Tom Kohler Cadmore called up instead.
Top-flight clubs to vote on games in new TV deal
   Premier League clubs will vote next week on the number of games to be sold in the next TV rights deal.
22  décembre     16h27
Europe clinch 2021 Solheim Cup victory - best shots
   Watch the best shots from the final day as Europe win the Solheim Cup beating the United States in Ohio.
20  septembre     05h19
Pillow hands ’ Edwards quizzed by brother on title opponent
   Bellator MMA fighter Fabian Edwards is quizzed by his brother Leon a UFC welterweight champion about his middleweight world title opponent Johnny Eblen.
Heat ’not safe’ for afternoon games at 2026 World Cup
   England’s Rachel Daly who collapsed from heatstroke playing for Houston Dash is concerned about the heat and humidity for the men’s World Cup.
19  septembre     08h20
Guardiola laughs when Man Utd suggested as title rivals
   Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola appears to laugh at the suggestion Manchester United are Premier League title rivals.
Watch: Olave makes ’unbelievable’ catch in Saints win
   New Orleans Saints’ wide receiver Chris Olave makes an unbelievable catch in their win over the Carolina Panthers.
21  septembre     15h02
Pettersen eyes third straight Europe Solheim win
   Suzann Pettersen will take the best from previous captains as she tries to guide Europe to a record third consecutive Solheim Cup victory.
Spain row a seminal point & catalyst for change’
   All but two of Spain’s women footballers have ended their boycott, but the ramifications are still to play out across Spanish society says Guillem Balague.
Clarke targeting Olympic gold after ’tough times’
   Former Olympic champion Joe Clarke is focused on the Paris Games next summer after some difficult times in recent years.
Huddersfield appoint former Sheff Wed boss Moore
   Huddersfield Town appoint former Sheffield Wednesday boss Darren Moore as their new manager.
More fighters will test positive for clomifene’ - Benn
   Briton Conor Benn expects more fighters will test positive for clomifene as he makes his return to boxing this weekend.
Reekie eyes indoor medal in front of Glasgow crowd
   Jemma Reekie targets her first senior medal at the World Athletics Indoor Championships in Glasgow to kick start a massive and exciting season.
Durham earn the points to seal Division Two title
   Durham bowl out Worcestershire and earn enough bonus points to secure the County Championship Division Two title.
Women’s Nations League - all you need to know
   The home nations are all involved in the inaugural Women’s Nations League this week here is all you need to know about the tournament.
I can make name for myself’ - inside Ryan’s whirlwind career
   Sandy Ryan speaks to BBC Sport about her whirlwind boxing career that sees her on the edge of unification glory in just eight pro fights.
20  septembre     22h25
Arsenal’s ’perfect’ top table return worth the wait
   Arsenal ensure their fans’ six year wait for a Champions League return was well worth it with a fine performance against PSV, writes Phil McNulty.
21  septembre     21h35
What to look out for in week three at Rugby World Cup
   The world’s top two teams collide and Wales face a crunch game with Australia what to watch in week three of the Rugby World Cup.
20  septembre     15h10
Strongest’ Europe Solheim team has ’no weak links’
   The strength in depth of the European Solheim Cup team will make it easier for captain Suzann Pettersen to choose her pairings, says Georgia Hall.
The ’terror football’ set to raid Champions League
   Five years ago Union Berlin were playing in the German second tier. On Wednesday they make their Champions League debut at Real Madrid.