June 20 2013 Latest news:
Andy Carroll sees no reason why he cannot help fire West Ham to some long-overdue silverware after the England striker signed in a club record deal for what could be eight seasons.
Kevin Pietersen is set to make a surprise return to England duty in the second of next week’s two Twenty20 matches against New Zealand at the Oval.
Organisers of a protest rally against the escalating cost of ticket prices have accused Premier League clubs of “pure greed”.
Alastair Cook hopes England will consign their ODI trophy hoodoo to history on Sunday after they swaggered in to the Champions Trophy final last night with a convincing seven-wicket win over South Africa.
British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland revealed that Alex Corbisiero’s superior scrummaging resulted in his selection ahead of Saracens prop Mako Vunipola for Saturday’s opening Test against Australia.
Hull have vowed to spoil Jose Mourinho’s return party in his first match back as Chelsea manager.
Andy Murray will be hoping the infamous British summer does not hamper his final preparations for Wimbledon when he takes on Japan’s Kei Nishikori in the BNP Paribas Tennis Classic at The Hurlingham Club in Fulham later this afternoon.
British number one Laura Robson will try not to swear on court again after being caught out by television microphones as she bowed out at Eastbourne.
Dan Mobbs discusses the imminent arrival of France youth international Yaya Sanogo, who has already proclaimed himself to be an Arsenal player.
Haringey Police Boxing Club will host the sixth annual Haringey Box Cup at Alexandra Palace this weekend, with 400 fighters taking to the ring over three days.
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Gareth Berg believes Middlesex remain on course to repeat last year’s top-three County Championship finish, despite their 10-wicket hammering by Yorkshire.
The Hammers have completed the signing of England striker Andy Carroll in a six-year deal
Britain’s hopes of providing a qualifier for the main draw of the women’s singles at Wimbledon were extinguished yesterday as Jade Windley followed Naomi Broady out of the tournament.
British and Irish Lions head coach Warren Gatland will tomorrow name his team for Saturday’s first Test match against Australia in Brisbane.
Warren Gatland looks set to name a team containing eight British and Irish Lions Test debutants for Saturday’s clash against Australia at Suncorp Stadium.
Laura Robson, Heather Watson and Elena Baltacha all crashed out of the AEGON International in the second round today.
Alastair Cook is convinced that England can go on and win their first global one-day international trophy this weekend after they swatted aside South Africa side at the Oval today.
Andy Carroll hopes his club record move to West Ham will help him cement a place in the England squad ahead of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
A group of fans believe they have made positive progress in their campaign for lower Premier League ticket prices following a protest in London.
Transfer news: Blackburn manager Gary Bowyer has warned the likes of West Ham and Norwich that Sweden international Martin Olsson won’t be sold on the cheap.
England had their bowlers, and faulty South Africa batting, to thank as they cruised into the Champions Trophy final with a seven-wicket win at The Oval.
Transfer news: Brazil striker Hulk could seal a move away from Zenit St Petersburg after the Confederations Cup, according to one of his representatives.
Wimbledon’s clinical procedure for determining its men’s seeds was called into question today as Rafael Nadal was afforded scant grace for his stunning career record on grass or his world-leading seven titles this year.