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Australia all-rounder Ellyse Perry still focused despite Ashes win

Ellyse Perry is fully focused on getting results against England in the final two Twenty20 clashes despite celebrating Australia’s retention of the Ashes in Sydney on Friday.

Marcus Rashford has been back to his junior club

Marcus Rashford eager to remember his roots after Brazil clash

Marcus Rashford went from facing Brazil to a kickabout with Fletcher Moss Rangers as the Manchester United star returned to his childhood club.

Arsene Wenger, right, and Mauricio Pochettino clash on Saturday (Adam Davy/PA)

Mauricio Pochettino: Premier League and Champions League are the real trophies

Mauricio Pochettino would not swap the progress made at Tottenham over the last three years for Arsenal’s two FA Cups.

Yado Mambo, right, and Peter Vardy, who was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer two years ago

Ebbsfleet United’s Mambo Number 5 shirt proves a hit

Life as a defender in the National League doesn’t usually make back-page news, but Ebbsfleet United’s Yado Mambo hopes being the talk of Twitter can help him do his bit to raise the profile of the fight against Prostate Cancer.

Phil Jones was injured on international duty (Mike Egerton/PA)

Jose Mourinho unhappy with England’s treatment of injured Phil Jones

Jose Mourinho has hit out at England’s treatment of Phil Jones during the international break.

Andy Murray, right, has won all three of his grand slam titles under Ivan Lendl, left (Steven Paston/PA)

Andy Murray and Ivan Lendl part ways again

Andy Murray has split with coach Ivan Lendl for a second time.

Eddie Jones has criticised Australia's decision not to meet the referee before the Cook Cup clash with England (Paul Harding/PA)

Eddie Jones: Michael Cheika should take up issues with referee rather than media

Eddie Jones has criticised Australia for seeking to influence referee Ben O’Keeffe through the media.

Chelsea v Manchester United ? Premier League ? Stamford Bridge

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte: If we want to catch Man City we must win every game

Antonio Conte believes Chelsea must win every remaining Premier League game to beat Manchester City to the title.

Peter Wright has a Children in Need haircut

Peter Wright puts on a show for Children in Need

Peter ‘Snakebite’ Wright is no stranger to the hairdressers’ chair – his wife Jo prepares a new do for him every day.

Jurgen Klopp was taken to hospital before Liverpool training on Wednesday (Owen Humphreys/PA)

Jurgen Klopp ‘feeling good’ after returning to work at Liverpool

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has said he “feels really good” on his return to work after he was admitted to hospital earlier this week.

Chris Coleman is set for a shock appointment (Nick Potts/PA)

Chris Coleman resigns as Wales boss ahead of expected Sunderland move

Chris Coleman has resigned as Wales manager.

Scotland v Samoa ? Autumn International ? BT Murrayfield

Mike Blair encourages Scotland to embrace All Blacks challenge

Scotland skills coach Mike Blair is relishing the challenge of proving themselves when they take on a strong New Zealand side this weekend.

Manchester City v Arsenal ? Premier League ? Etihad Stadium

Pep Guardiola challenges Manchester City to improve

Pep Guardiola is demanding yet more improvement from Manchester City as he prepares to return to the scene of one of last season’s low points.

Assistant coach Paul Farbrace believes England were below required standards in Townsville (Nigel French/PA)

Paul Farbrace: England ‘slipped below expected standards’

England admit they were below required standards despite remaining in cruise control against a Cricket Australia XI on day three of their final Ashes warm-up match.

Wales v Australia ? Autumn International ? Principality Stadium

Wales v Georgia talking points

Wales and Georgia meet for the first time in international rugby union history when they clash at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium.

Sir Bradley Wiggins could compete at his sixth Olympic Games - in a different sport (Adam Davy/PA)

Olympic cycling champion Sir Bradley Wiggins to compete in indoor rowing

Sir Bradley Wiggins’ return to competition has been confirmed, with the five-time Olympic cycling champion swapping his bike for an indoor rowing machine.

Finian's Oscar (left) on his way to winning at Cheltenham (Julian Herbert/PA)

Finian’s Oscar delivers winning performance at Cheltenham

Finian’s Oscar continued to live up to his high expectations after making it two from two over fences with a poignant success in the Steel Plate And Sections Novices’ Chase at Cheltenham.

Michael O'Neill could be set to switches countries (Nick Potts/PA)

Northern Ireland boss Michael O’Neill ‘free to hold talks with Scotland’

Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill is free to hold talks over the Scotland job in the coming days, Press Association Sport understands.

Kylemore Lough is having his first start for Harry Fry since leaving Kerry Lee (Anna Gowthorpe/PA)

Harry Fry seeking Cheltenham Gold with new recruit Kylemore Lough

Harry Fry is a hoping a long-term plan comes to fruition when Kylemore Lough makes his first appearance for the Dorset trainer in the BetVictor Gold Cup at Cheltenham on Saturday.

Joey Carbery scores a try for Leinster against Montpellier (Brian Lawless/PA Wire)

Joey Carbery backed to show Ireland the way forward

Rookie fly-half Joey Carbery is already bossing Ireland around the field, according to new captain Rhys Ruddock.

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