Injury will keep both Nkosinathi Mthiyane and Thabo Qalinge out of Orlando Pirates’ final Absa Premiership clash of the year.
Lewis Hamilton believes as many as four teams could be in contention for the titles next season with McLaren being the new dark horse.
Manchester City have tossed aside a host of Premier League title contenders this season, but have yet to face Tottenham Hotspur…
Heading to South Korea for the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics but a bit concerned about any potential language barriers?
Promoter Frank Warren says that Carl Frampton will fight again in Belfast on Saturday 7 April, with the SSE Arena the likely venue.
The Rebels have bolstered their backline stocks with the signing of Force scrumhalf Michael Ruru until the end of the 2019 season.
Everton boss Sam Allardyce has called off the club’s Christmas party as he feels it would be inappropriate to celebrate given their recent form.
Springbok and Cheetahs centre Francois Venter walked away with the the Fans’ Choice Award at the inaugural player awards.
Jose Mourinho has explained why Henrikh Mkhitaryan has been left out of the Manchester United squad in recent matches.
Beth Tweddle said it fills her with “excitement and pride” to imagine Liverpool hosting the event.
In day 14 of BBC Sport’s advent calendar, Henry Blofeld bows out from the Test Match Special commentary box as he signs off for the last time.
Wendy Russell, who set up the first deaf hockey session in the country at Brighton & Hove Hockey Club, is named BBC Get Inspired Unsung Hero for the South East.
Arsene Wenger has refused to give up on the Premier League title despite a goalless draw at West Ham United that left Arsenal 19 points adrift.
How the Premier League leaders are tearing towards new milestones as they forge ahead of their domestic rivals.
Ireland’s Katie Taylor defends her WBA world lightweight title with a unanimous points victory over Jessica McCaskill.