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Wolff promises 'equal opportunity'

Valtteri Bottas will be given the same opportunities as Lewis Hamilton to fight for this year's race wins and the World title, insists Toto Wolff.

AB impressed by Phehlukwayo

Protea skipper Ab de Villiers has been left deeply impressed by the talent and temperament of Andile Phehlukwayo after his 29 off 23 balls helped them beat the Black Caps.

Guardiola: Media must respect Wenger, other managers

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has come to the defence of Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, who has been met with heavy criticism recently.

Hamilton Masakadza added to Zim squad

Opening batsman Hamilton Masakadza has been included in the Zimbabwe senior men's squad for the ongoing tour by Afghanistan.

Mourinho getting his excuses in early

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho believes Chelsea hold the advantage for their upcoming FA Cup sixth round tie because it is the only tournament they have to focus on.

Xavi: Guardiola is a fan of Wilshere

Former Barcelona midfielder Xavi believes Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola will be interested in signing Jack Wilshere at the end of the season.

Digne: Madrid aren't favourites for title

Barcelona defender Lucas Digne believes that arch-rivals Real Madrid aren't guaranteed to clinch the La Linga title despite sitting at the summit of the table.

Conte: Winning more important than fringe players

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has warned the club's fringe players that they won't get game time unless they earn their starting position.

Laidlaw to miss rest of Six Nations

Scotland have been dealt a blow after captain and scrum-half Greig Laidlaw was ruled out of the rest of the Six Nations due to injury.

Majority now in favour of active suspensions

Nearly all Formula 1 teams are reportedly in favour of returning to active suspension to help clear up the confusion surrounding the legality of current systems.

City fined for anti-doping breach

Manchester City have been handed a £35,000 fine for breaching Football Association rules relating to anti-doping.
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