Cook out but England progress

Alastair Cook was the only casualty for 22 as England made a steady start in their pursuit of 227 in the fifth one-day international against India.Read

Odemwingie: Baggies 'stole' my loyalty

Want-away striker Peter Odemwingie claims West Brom have "stolen" his loyalty with what he believes is a lack of respect for him.Read

Murray clinches first set

Andy Murray came through some nervy moments to claim the first set of his Australian Open final against Novak Djokovic in a tie-break.Read

Cortese stands by Adkins decision

Southampton's executive chairman Nicola Cortese has defended his controversial sacking of Nigel Adkins, describing the timing as "perfect".Read

England restrict India

England dismissed India for the first time in the series to leave themselves chasing 227 for a morale-boosting victory in the fifth one-day international.Read

We needed to fight - Wenger

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger hailed the character of his side after they battled to a 3-2 win at Brighton to secure a place in the fifth round of the FA Cup.Read

Kompany setback for City

Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany will miss the Barclays Premier League champions' trip to struggling QPR on Tuesday with a calf injury.Read

Rooney will be back on the hot spot

Sir Alex Ferguson has assured Wayne Rooney he will eventually get the penalty-taking job at Manchester United back.Read

Rendell savours 'unbelievable' cup win

Goalscorer Scott Rendell was overjoyed after his strike handed non-League Luton an historic FA Cup fourth-round victory over Norwich at Carrow Road.Read

Bresnan inspires superb start

England made a superb start to the fifth and final one-day international, reducing India to 57 for four after 15 overs.Read

Gooch's Test task

England batting coach Graham Gooch is to follow the lead of team director Andy Flower by focusing exclusively on the Test side in the future.Read

Hernandez steers United's cup passage

Wayne Rooney was stripped of penalty-taking duties by Manchester United but found the net anyway as they sauntered past Fulham 4-1 to book an FA Cup fifth round place.Read

Croft given all-clear

Leicester's England flanker Tom Croft was given a clean bill of health after lasting just 11 minutes of the 34-8 LV= Cup victory over Wasps at Welford Road.Read

Rendell leads Luton heroics

Substitute Scott Rendell's strike 10 minutes from time earned Luton a 1-0 victory over Norwich as a non-League side beat top-flight opposition in the FA Cup for the first time in 24 years.Read

Walcott fires Gunners

Theo Walcott came off the bench to net a late winner and send Arsenal into the fifth round of the FA Cup with a thrilling 3-2 victory at Brighton.Read

Dons demolish hapless Rangers

QPR's atrocious season took an embarrassing turn for the worse as MK Dons knocked the Premier League strugglers out of the FA Cup with alarming ease in a 4-2 win at Loftus Road.Read

Rendall leads Luton heroics

Substitute Scott Rendell's strike 10 minutes from time earned Luton a 1-0 victory over Norwich as a non-League side beat top-flight opposition in the FA Cup for the first time in 24 years.Read

Zabaleta sends City through

Pablo Zabaleta struck a late winner as Manchester City battled through to a place in the FA Cup fifth round with a 1-0 win over Stoke.Read

Wood wins with a flourish

England's Chris Wood sank a 12-foot eagle putt on the final hole to grab his first European Tour title in brilliant fashion.Read

Australian glory for Azarenka

Victoria Azarenka successfully defended her Australian Open title - and retained the number one world ranking - after hitting back to beat a battered and bruised Li Na in three sets.Read