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Sportsday Live - Friday 29 July

Usain Bolt wins over 200m in the Diamond League meeting in Stockholm, England bowled out for 211 by India at Trent Bridge, plus more.

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0000: That's all from Friday's Sportsday Live, which will resume on Saturday at 0800 BST.

2350: FOOTBALL -Everton are believed to be planning a deal to take Manchester City and England winger Adam Johnson on a season-long loan, reports the Daily Mirror.

2340: ATHLETICS - The UK Trials and Championships continue at Birmingham's Alexander Stadium on Saturday with places in the GB team for the World Championships in Daegu up for grabs. You can see coverage from 1800-1930 BST on BBC Two and on the BBC Sport website. Among those in action will be Christine Ohuruogu, Jessica Ennis and Dwain Chambers but BBC Sport gives you some others to watch.

2326: SWIMMING -Saturday sees the penultimate day of action at the World Swimming Championships in Shanghai with double Olympic champion Rebecca Adlington bidding for her second medal of the week in the 800m freestyle while Lizzie Simmonds goes in the 200m backstroke final with Fran Halsall and Liam Tancock in the heats of the 50m freestyle and 50m backstroke respectively. There will be coverage on the BBC Sport website and via the Red Button from 1100-1300 BST.

2306: FOOTBALL - QPR manager Neil Warnock is lining up a loan deal for Manchester City defender Nedum Onuoha, reports the Daily Mail. However, Warnock is likely to face competition from Blackburn and Everton for the 24-year-old, and his wages could prove a stumbling block.

2300: FOOTBALL - The Telegraph reports that Inter Milan and Manchester City will hold talks this weekend over a swap deal involving Carlos Tevez and Samuel Eto'o. Both clubs are playing in the pre-season Dublin Super Cup competition on Saturday and Sunday.

2249: RUGBY LEAGUE - Leeds coach Brian McDermott has hailed captain Kevin Sinfield after he passed Paul Deacon's Super League points tally a week after passing Lewis Jones' 47-year-old club record. Sinfield kicked five goals in his side's 30-22 win at Salford and with Deacon failing to score for Wigan, Sinfield is one point ahead.

2238: FOOTBALL - Ahead of Saturday's 2014 World Cup draw in Rio, Pele has branded the tournament chief Ricardo Teixeira's attack on England as "not good" for the hosts. Earlier, Teixeira described the British as "pirates" and on Friday called the English media "corrupt".

2228: FOOTBALL - England play out a scoreless draw with North Korea in their opening match at the Under 20 World Cup in Colombia. England's next game is against Argentina on Monday.

2207: TENNIS - Fourth seed and home favourite Marin Cilic defeats Italy's Andreas Seppi to reach the semi-finals of the Croatia Open where he will meet Italy's Fabio Fognini. In the other semi, second seed Alexandr Dolgopolov will face Spain's Juan Carlos Ferrero.

2151: RUGBY LEAGUE -Wigan extend their lead at the top of the Super League to three points after a hard fought 30-16 win at Hull FC. Leeds beat Salford 30-22 to strengthen their play-off claims.

2145: ATHLETICS - Despite running 20.03 seconds to win the 200m in the Diamond League in Stockholm, Usain Bolt tells BBC Sport's Jonathan Edwards that he is disappointed with the time.

2141: FOOTBALL - Crawley reach the first round of the Carling Cup after beating fellow Football League newcomers AFC Wimbledon 3-2 in their preliminary round tie at the Broadfield Stadium. The prize for the winners is a trip to Crystal Palace.

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2127: FOOTBALL - England's Under 20 team are in action at the World Cup in Colombia and are tied 0-0 with North Korea at half time in their opening game.

2123: CRICKET - England's Stuart Broad says he is pleased after his innings of 64 at Trent Bridge boosts England's chances of remaining competitive in the second Test against India.

2115: GOLF - Tiger Woods, who announced earlier on Friday he will return from injury at next week's Bridgestone Invitational in Ohio, confirms he will play at the year's final major, the USPGA Championship at Atlanta Athletic Club which takes place from 11-14 August.

2112: ATHLETICS - BBC athletics pundit Colin Jackson on Usain Bolt's win in the 200m at the Diamond League meeting in Stockholm: "When he crossed the line he was slightly disappointed but it was quite a strong headwind and it was a decent performance. He absolutely annihilated the opposition and they're quality athletes. I don't think he'll concern himself heavily about the 200m and his form there."

2100: MODERN PENTATHLON - British quartet Heather Fell, Mhairi Spence, Freyja Prentice and Katy Burke all reach Sunday women's final at the modern pentathlon European Championships in Kent.

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2056: ATHLETICS -Usain Bolt has an easy win in the 200m at the Diamond League meeting in Stockholm, powering away to win in 20.03 seconds.

2047: RUGBY LEAGUE - In the Super League at half-time it is Hull 10-22 Wigan and Salford 0-18 Leeds

2044: GOLF -Germany's Caroline Masson puts together a seven-under round of 65 to pull a shot clear of her rivals at the Women's British Open at Carnoustie. The Korean pair of In-Bee Park and Meena Lee lead the chase on 10 under.

2039: FOOTBALL - At half-time in the Carling Cup preliminary round tie at the Broadfield Stadium it is Crawley Town 1-1 AFC Wimbledon. Luke Moore opened the scoring for the visitors before Hope Akdan equalised seven minutes before the break.

2036: ATHLETICS - Jamaica's Kaliese Spencer is clear winner in the women's 400m hurdles in 53.74 seconds at the Stockholm Diamond League meeting. Reigning world and Olympic champion Melanie Walker trailed in 2nd (54.71 secs). Watch live coverage now on BBC Three and BBC Sport website. Usain Bolt is up in the 200m at 2045.

2032: GOLF - German Marcel Siem eagles the 16th and birdies the 17th at Killarney to take a one-shot lead at the halfway stage of the Irish Open. Siem leads Indian Jeev Milkha Singh and Dane Soren Hansen.

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2021: CRICKET - India bowler Praveen Kumar is fined 20 per cent of his match fee after pleading guilty to a breach of the International Cricket Council code of conduct during England's innings on the first day of the second Test at Trent Bridge. Kumar got into an argument with umpire Marais Erasmus after having an lbw decision against England's Kevin Pietersen turned down.

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2015: ATHLETICS - The USA's Jason Richardson sends out a big warning shot ahead of next month's World Championships as he storms to a 110m hurdle victory ahead of pre-race favourite David Oliver in the Diamond League in Stockholm. Richardson blasted out of the blocks to put Oliver, fastest man in the world this year, under immediate pressure as he bolted to a winning time of 13.17 seconds.

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2013: FOOTBALL - The 2011-12 Carling Cup has just gotten underway with Crawley up against fellow Football League newcomers AFC Wimbledon in a preliminary round tie with AFC Wimbledon's Luke Moore scoring the first goal of the game.

2004: FOOTBALL - BBC Sport's Jim Spence on Twitter: "David Goodwillie set to join Blackburn Rovers after a bid of around £2.8m made for Dundee Utd striker. United get two million up front with add-ons of 800k plus sell-on clause."

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1958: RUGBY LEAGUE - Friday's two Super League games - Hull v Wigan and Salford v Leeds are about to get underway. You can find out how to listen to both games on the BBC Sport website.

1956: CRICKET - Steven Finn made light of the 120-mile drive from Nottingham and his late inclusion for Middlesex by taking a wicket with his third ball of the game as Derbyshire were dismissed for 252 on the opening day at Lord's. In reply, Middlesex closed on 105 without loss, with Scott Newman unbeaten on 51 and Sam Robson with 48 not out - as Finn watched on, with feet up and resting on the players' balcony.

1953: CRICKET - A poor display from Worcestershire's batsmen saw them slump to an innings and eight-run defeat by Somerset as they were bowled out for just 95.

1951: CRICKET - A devastating haul of eight wickets in eight overs from David Masters helped Essex to a stunning 280-run victory against his old county Leicestershire.

1949: FOOTBALL - Watford have handed a new contract to young striker Gavin Massey, keeping him at Vicarage Road until 2013.

1947: FOOTBALL - Watford have signed left-back Carl Dickinson from Stoke City on a three-year deal.

1944: FOOTBALL - BBC Scotland report , Dundee United have received a further bid from an unnamed club for David Goodwillie after rejecting an offer of about £1.7m from Blackburn Rovers.

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1942: ATHLETICS - Britain's 2008 Olympian sprinter Jeanette Kwakye is through to the semi-finals of the world trials and UK championships in Birmingham on Saturday. The Woodford Green & Essex Ladies athlete will race against fastest qualifer Anyika Onuora. In the other semi-final British veteren sprinter Joice Maduaka takes on Laura Turner, Montell Douglass and Asha Philip. Listen to live commentary on the UK Championships and World Championship trials at Birmingham's Alexander Stadium.

1938: CRICKET - Stuart Broad urges England to be patient on day two after his first-day half-century wrestled the momentum away from India in the second Test.

1935: GOLF - Na Yeon Choi reveals that her Irish coach has been giving her advice on how to cope with the links courses, as the South Korean ends the second day of the Women's British Open just two shots behind compatriot Inbee Park.

1933: ATHLETICS - South Africa's world champion 800m runner Caster Semenya finished a disappointing eighth in the Stockholm Diamond League. Kenia Sinclair of Jamaica ran a season's best time of 1:58.21 to take victory. Semenya told BBC Sport's Jonathan Edwards on BBC Three: "I didn't run the race I wanted to run but I kept on going. It's a little bit upsetting, I guess it wasn't my day. I need to go back and train." Watch live coverage on the BBC Sport website. (UK only).

1930: FOOTBALL - Watch Charles N'Zogbia, who completed his move to Aston Villa from Wigan on Friday, score a first-half double in the 2-2 Premier League draw with former club Newcastle in October 2010.

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1927: ATHLETICS - Reigning world and Olympic champion, LeShawn Merritt, finished second in the men's 400m (44.74) in the latest Diamond League meeting in Stockholm. It is the USA sprinter's first race after being given a 21 month ban for testing positive for a banned substance. Jamaican Jermanine Gonzales won the race in a season-best time of 44.69 seconds. Watch live coverage on the BBC Sport website. (UK only).

1924: CRICKET - Read BBC Sport Sam Sheringham's report as Stuart Broad's swashbuckling innings helps England recover to 221 all out before India reach 24-1 at the close of an eventful opening day to the second Test at Trent Bridge.

1921: FOOTBALL - Tranmere Rovers have handed striker Lucas Akins a new one-year deal, with an option for a further year.

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1918: FOOTBALL - Birmingham have signed West Brom keeper Boaz Myhill on a season-long deal.

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1916: FOOTBALL - West Brom have signed Birmingham keeper Ben Foster on a season-long loan deal.

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1910: TENNIS - American player Robert Kendrick has been suspended for a year by the International Tennis Federation after testing positive for a banned stimulant at the French Open. His suspension runs until May 21, 2012.

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1907: ATHLETICS - Britain's U-23 European 400m hurdle champion Jack Green has withdrawn from this weekend's world trials and UK championships. On his Twitter (@jackpgreen) account he wrote: "Unfortunately, I have had to withdraw from the UK Trials with an illness after being advised by the medical team. I'm absolutely gutted." Watch live coverage on BBC Two and the BBC Sport website of GB's Olympic hopefuls in the competition on Saturday and Sunday from 1800 BST.

1904: ATHLETICS - Watch live coverage of the Diamond League meeting in Stockholm where Usain Bolt in among the star names in action.

1902: FORMULA 1 - McLaren's Lewis Hamilton insists he will not get ahead of himself despite recording the fastest lap time on day one of practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix.

1859: BMX - Great Britain's Shanaze Reade has added to her world title haul with success in the time trial event at the BMX World Championships in Copenhagen.

1856: FOOTBALL - Uefa has reduced Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho's Champions League ban on appeal , after he alleged a conspiracy to give Barcelona favorable referee decisions. Uefa's appeal panel ruled Friday that while Mourinho's formal five-match sanction should stand, two matches instead of one should now be suspended for three years. Mourinho, who served one match of the ban last season, will now miss Madrid's next two Champions League group-stage matches instead of three.

1853: ATHLETICS - Britain's Commonwealth silver medallist Mark Lewis-Francis has qualified for the semi-finals of the world trials and UK Championships in Birmingham after winning his heat. Lewis-Francis will be joined by Marlon Devonish, Dwain Chambers and Christian Malcolm, who also finished in the top three of their respective heats. Watch Saturday's semi-finals, and the rest of the competition, live on BBC Two and BBC Sport website from 1800 BST.

1849: FORMULA 1 - Red Bull's Mark Webber admits Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso are performing "pretty well" after they took the top two spots in second practice at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

1844: CRICKET - India end day one at Trent Bridge 24-1 in response to England's 221. Follow the day's play as it happened.

1839: FOOTBALL - Kenny Miller says Rangers made their approach too late to take him to Ibrox for a third time and that Malky Mackay sold him on a move to Cardiff City.

1830: GOLF - There will be no Darren Clarke or Padraig Harrington for the expected huge crowds to cheer on in the last two rounds of the Irish Open in Killarney, but home favourites Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell plan to fill the void.

1825: FOOTBALL - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says the speculation over Cesc Fabregas must end soon if the club captain is to focus properly ahead of the new season.

1820: ATHLETICS - Britain's stars may be at the World Championship trials in Birmingham this weekend but there is plenty to excite athletics fans in Stockholm. BBC Sport analyses the athletes to watch at Friday's Diamond League meeting.

1815: FORMULA 1 - Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel admits he and team-mate Mark Webber need to "raise their game" at the Hungarian Grand Prix, after Vettel finished fifth, behind Webber in fourth, in Friday's practice sessions.

1805: FOOTBALL - The Football Conference is seeking urgent assurances that cash-strapped Wrexham will be able to complete its fixtures in the coming season, report BBC Wales.

1747: FORMULA 1 - Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone explains how the new television rights deal will work from next season when the BBC will share coverage with Sky for the first time.

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1740: CRICKET - Daily Mail journalist Lawrence Booth on Twitter: "Graeme Swann has gone for an X-ray on his left hand after he was hit by Praveen Kumar..."

1736: FOOTBALL - New US manager Juergen Klinsmann: "I would like to thank the US Soccer Federation for the opportunity, and I'm excited about the challenge ahead. I am looking forward to bringing the team together for our upcoming match against Mexico and starting on the road toward qualifying for the 2014 FIFA World Cup."

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1732: CRICKET - England bowler James Anderson takes a wicket with the first ball of India's innings, with Abhinav Mukund caught by Keven Pietersen. Follow our live text commentary.

1730: FOOTBALL - Bristol Rovers have appointed Jamie Fullarton as their youth team coach.

1725: CRICKET - England are all out for 221 at Trent Bridge with Stuart Broad top scoring with 64. Follow our live text commentary.

1722: FOOTBALL - Juergen Klinsmann is hired as coach of the United States national team, replacing Bob Bradley, report AFP.

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1720: FOOTBALL - BBC Sport Sam Lyon on Twitter: Arsene Wenger wants 'unsettled' Cesc Fabregas's future sorted: "He... is not settled with us. All the speculation around him has to be sorted out soon."

1715: SUPERBIKES - World Superbike Championship leader Carlos Checa set the pace in qualifying practice for this weekend's meeting at Silverstone. The Spaniard (Althea Racing) clocked two minutes 5.870 seconds to go 0.393secs quicker than France's Maxime Berger, with home favourite Tom Sykes third quickest.

1709: FOOTBALL - Former Hibernian captain Chris Hogg has re-signed for Inverness. The centre-back left Caley Thistle at the end of the season to pursue a career in England.

1705: FORMULA 1 - The Turkish Grand Prix is almost certainly off next year's Formula 1 calendar with F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone failing to agree a new deal with the circuit officials.

1700: CRICKET - England reach 200-9. Stuart Broad is still unbeaten on 48 as is James Anderson on one. Follow our live text commentary.

1657: FOOTBALL - Dundee United have rejected a bid from Blackburn Rovers for striker David Goodwillie, report BBC Scotland.

1651: CRICKET - England are 197-9 with Graeme Swann caught on 28. Stuart Broad is still unbeaten on 46. Follow our live text commentary.

1646: FOOTBALL - Chesterfield have signed goalkeeper Greg Fleming on a 12-month deal after he was released by Oldham in January.

1642: FOOTBALL - Non-league minnows Havant & Waterlooville have landed a glamour friendly against Spanish La Liga side Real Betis tomorrow after Portsmouth were forced to cancel the clash. Pompey are stuck in America after a catering truck collided with their plane last night, forcing their flight home from their pre-season tour to be cancelled.

1635: FOOTBALL - Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas will take no part in the Emirates Cup this weekend, manager Arsene Wenger confirmed this afternoon. Fabregas has not featured in any of Arsenal's pre-season games, officially at least as he works on his match fitness following a troublesome hamstring.

1628: RUGBY LEAGUE - Troubled club Crusaders have named their 19-man squad for Sunday's Super League trip to Wakefield as usual. There have been fears the game may not go ahead following the Welsh club's decision to pull out of the competition from next season for financial reasons.

1622: BOXING - Britain's WBA and IBF light-welterweight champion Amir Khan looks set to face Erik Morales or Jorge Barrios later this year after Timothy Bradley was reportedly stripped of the WBC title, report ESPN.

1617: FOOTBALL - BBC Sport's Simon Austin and Shamoon Hafez analyse why Premier League clubs are going global this summer.

1610: FOOTBALL - Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas says Manchester City will be real contenders for the Premier League title this season after splashing out to land Sergio Aguero. "I think it's pretty clear that they are building a squad to fight for the title," said the 33-year-old.

1604: GOLF - Watch live coverage on the BBC Sport website of the Women's British Open at Carnoustie Links.

1555: RUGBY UNION - Andy Powell and Jonathan Thomas have been included in a 39-man Wales squad to face England in a World Cup warm-up match at Twickenham on Saturday, 6 August.

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1546: CYCLING - Britain's defending world champion Shanaze Reade was fastest in the time trial at the BMX World Championships in Copenhagen. The 22-year-old, who initially pulled out of the event on Monday, passed a late fitness test to enable her to compete.

1542: CRICKET - England are 124-8 at tea on the first day of the second Test against India at Trent Bridge. Ian Bell was the eighth man out, for 31, after edging an Ishant Sharma delivery to wicketkeeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni. England scored 55 runs for the loss of six wickets, off 24 overs, in the afternoon session. Follow live text commentary on the BBC Sport website.

1537: GOLF - Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy is level par through 13 holes in his second round at the Irish Open in Killarney. The US Open champion is one under overall and hovering around the cut line which is projected at level par. His countryman, and 2010 US Open winner, Graeme McDowell is three under for the day, two under for the tournament. Jeev Milka Singh of India leads the field on nine under. A full leaderboard can be found via the BBC Sport website and the European Tour website.

1532: WATER POLO - Greece have won their first women's world title with a 9-8 victory over China in Shanghai. Russia beat Italy 8-7 to win the bronze.

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1527: CRICKET - England are 117-7 in the first innings of the second Test against Trent Bridge after Tim Bresnan was caught by Rahul Dravid at first slip off the bowlling of Ishant Sharma for 11. Follow live text commentary on the BBC Sport website.

1523: RUGBY LEAGUE - Crusaders have paid the July wages of their players despite the financial problems at the Super League club

1518: ATHLETICS - Jamaica's Olympic and world champion sprinter Usain Bolt is the big draw at this evening's Diamond League meeting in Stockholm. Bolt goes in the 200m while Olympic and world champion LaShawn Merritt returns to competitive racing after serving a 21-month drug ban. No Brits in Sweden as they are at the World Championship trials in Birmingham this weekend. The Diamond League will be live on BBC3 and the BBC Sport website from 1900 BST on Friday, with live updates in Sportsday Live.

1510: CRICKET - Former England seamer Jon Lewis, 35, will join Surrey on a two-year contract at the end of the season, his current club Gloucestershire have announced.

1500: GOLF - Northern Ireland's Open champion Darren Clarke is in danger of missing the cut at the Irish Open. Clarke carded a three-over-par 74 in the second round to drop to one over, 10 shots behind leader Jeev Milka Singh of India. The projected cut is level par, meaning Ireland's Padraig Harrington will also miss the weekend. A full leaderboard can be found via the BBC Sport website and the European Tour website.

1454: RUGBY LEAGUE - Championship side Barrow have been deducted six points by the Rugby Football League for a breach of the salary cap.


1450: FORMULA ONE - Lewis Hamilton did the double in Friday's practice sessions for the Hungarian Grand Prix. He set the best time in second practice - a one minute, 21.018 mark - two seconds quicker than his fastest time from the morning session. Second was Ferrari's Fernando Alonso, a quarter of a second slower and Jenson Button was three-tenths slower in the second McLaren.

1446: CRICKET - Matt Prior is the sixth Englishman to lose his wicket in the first innings of the second Test against India at Trent Bridge. The wicketkeeper glanced a swinging Sreesanth delivery to Rahul Dravid at first slip to depart for one and leave the hosts on 88-6. Follow live text commentary on the BBC Sport website.

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1443: GOLF - South Korea's In-Bee Park leads the women's British Open at Carnoustie by two shots after shooting an eight-under-par 64 in her second round to reach halfway in 10 under. Compatriot Se Ri Pak also carded a 64 and is second on eight under. Watch live coverage on the BBC Sport website. A full leaderboard can be found on the ladies European Tour website.

1435: FOOTBALL - Swansea say Leroy Lita has agreed personal terms and will join the Premier League newcomers for £1.75m from Middlesbrough on a three-year contract. The 26-year-old is expected in south Wales on Tuesday for a medical.

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1431: CRICKET - England have lost their fourth and fifth wickets in the second Test against India at Trent Bridge. Captain Andrew Strauss (32) edged a drive off Praveen Kumar to Suresh Raina at third slip and three balls later Eoin Morgan was adjudged leg before to Kumar. England are 85-5. Follow live text commentary on the BBC Sport website.

1425: FOOTBALL - Record Manchester City signing Sergio Aguero is is looking forward to taking on Manchester United following his move from Spanish side Atletico Madrid. City and United next meet in the traditional season-opening Community Shield on Sunday, 7 August at Wembley.

1415: CRICKET - Somerset have beaten Worcestershire by and innings and eight runs in an extraordinary County Championship game at New Road. Worcestershire amassed 488 in their first innings and Somerset responded with 591-9 declared. However, the home side were then skittled for 95 in their second innings with Peter Trego claiming 4-22.

1412: FOOTBALL Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas has labelled Manchester City's recruitment policy as "unfair", reports the Press Association. "It's unfair. I think it's pretty clear that they are building a squad to fight for the title," he said

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1404: FOOTBALL - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed that midfielder Abou Diaby underwent surgery on his ankle over the summer and will be out for 10 weeks, missing the start of the new Premier League season.

1358: FOOTBALL - Portsmouth's pre-season game against Real Betis on Saturday has been cancelled. Pompey's first-team squad were forced to extend their stay in America after a catering truck collided with their aeroplane, forcing the flight to be cancelled.

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1350: CRICKET - England lose a wicket early on in the afternoon session of the opening day of the second Test against India and are 73-3 as Kevin Pietersen is caught by Suresh Raina in the slips off the bowling of Shantha Sreesanth. Follow live text commentary on the BBC Sport website.

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1346: FOOTBALL: - Blackburn striker Jason Roberts will join the presentation team on BBC Radio 5 live's 606 phone-in show minutes after he steps off the pitch following his side's opening Premier League game against Wolves.

1340: HORSE RACING - Day four of the Glorious Goodwood meeting starts at 1400 BST. Follow results as they happen on the BBC Sport website.

1330: SWIMMING - United States, boosted by Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps, won the 4x200m reestyle relay title at the world championships. Phelps, Peter Vanderkaay, Richard Berens and Lochte finished in seven minutes 2.67 seconds to win gold ahead of France who took silver in 7:04.81. China were third in 7:05.67. Watch highlights of the day six coverage.

1319: FOOTBALL: - Sports minister Hugh Robertson on MPs' report into football governance: "It's clear that no change in the areas of governance, financial regulation, transparency and the involvement of supporters is not an option."

1306: CRICKET - England have reached lunch on the first day of the second Test at Trent Bridge on 69-2, with captain Andrew Strauss 29 not out and Kevin Pietersen unbeaten on 26. That represents a good fightback from the home team after India had restricted them to 23-2 early on. England had made one change from the win at Lord's with Tim Bresnan in for the injured Chris Tremlett. Follow live text commentary on the BBC Sport website.

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1300: FORMULA 1 - The second practice session for the Hungarian Grand Prix has started - you can follow live TV pictures and live text commentary on the BBC Sport website.


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1250: SWIMMING - Hungary's Daniel Gyurta retained his title and upset Olympic gold medallist Kosuke Kitajima in the 200m breaststroke final at the world championships. Gyurta clocked two minutes 8.41 seconds while Japan's Kitajima took silver in 2:08.63. Germany's Christian Vom Lehn was third in 2:09.06. Britain's Michael Jamieson was fifth (2:10.67) and Andrew Willis eighth (2:11.20). Follow live coverage on the BBC Red Button and BBC Sport website.

1245: BOXING: - Northern Ireland boxer Brian Magee has told how he is preparing for a tough fight on Saturday night against Costa Rican Jaime Barboza for the WBA interim super-middleweight title.

1230: FOOTBALL - A Crusaders player tells BBC Sport he and his team-mates have been paid for July despite the Super League club's financial problems.

1222: FOOTBALL - Norwich will be forced to start their Premier League campaign without injured striker James Vaughan and defender Elliott Ward.

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1210: FOOTBALL - BBC Radio 5 live's Gordon Farquhar on Twitter: "DCMS select ctee report into football governance published. Says FA should beef up club ownership rules, enforce club licensing scheme."

1200: FOOTBALL - Sweeping changes must be made to English football to address financial instability, levels of debt and to secure the domestic game's future, according to a parliamentary report. The Culture, Media and Sport Committee said the Football Association should lead the way in shaking up the sport and needs urgent reform of its own.

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1150: CRICKET - England are struggling at Trent Bridge in the second Test on 25-2. Alastair Cook was the first man out and now Jonathan Trott has gone for four, caught behind off Sreesanth. Excellent morning so far for the tourists as they try to get back on level terms in the series. Follow live text commentary on the BBC Sport website.

1140: FOOTBALL - Preston sign goalkeeper Iain Turner on a one-year contract after he rejected the offer of a new deal at Everton.


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1125: CRICKET - India strike early on the first morning of the second Test at Trent Bridge having won the toss and put England in to bat, with Ishant Sharma trapping Alastair Cook lbw for two to leave the hosts on 7-1. Live text commentary is under way on the BBC Sport website, as is TMS.

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1118: SWIMMING - America's Ryan Lochte picked up his third gold medal of this year's World Championship with victory in the men's 200m backstroke in one minute, 52.96. Japan's Ryosuke Irie was second in 1:54.11 with America's Tyler Clary third. Follow live coverage on the BBC Red Button and BBC Sport website.

1113: FOOTBALL - Everton defender Sylvain Distin believes they need "one or two" players in order to strengthen before the start of the season, but that is without any departures, reports the Press Association.

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1109: SWIMMING - The women's 100m freestyle finishes in a dead heat between Belarussia's Aliaksandra Herasimenia and Denmark's Jeanette Ottesen in 53.45 seconds. Britain's Fran Halsall recorded a time of 53.72, 0.06 seconds outside of a bronze as she finished tied fourth. Follow live coverage on the BBC Red Button and BBC Sport website.

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1102: CRICKET - TMS producer Adam Mountford on Twitter: BBC Weather man tells TMS that it'll be cloudy today with sunny spells later. Should be fine sat and sun. Mon and Tues might be iffy."

1054: SWIMMING - Day six of the World Championships from China continues with the evening session in Shanghai. Britain's Fran Halsall, who won world silver two years ago in Rome, is first in the pool in the women's 100m freestyle. Live coverage on the BBC Red Button and BBC Sport website from 1100 BST.

1045: FOOTBALL - Blackburn boss Steve Kean is set to complete the signing of Partizan Belgrade midfielder Radosav Petrovic. A work permit is the only obstacle standing in the way of the 22-year-old Serbian becoming Rovers first signing of the summer, reports the Press Association.

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1042: FORMULA ONE - Lewis Hamilton continued his hot streak, setting the fastest time in first practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix. The McLaren driver clocked in at 1 minute, 23.350 seconds, two-tenths of a second faster than Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel and three-tenths ahead of Ferrari's Fernando Alonso. Second practice is live on the BBC Sport website at 1300 BST.

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1036: CRICKET - Tim Bresnan replaces the injured Chris Tremlett in England's side to face India in the second Test at Trent Bridge which starts at 1100 BST this morning. India have won the toss and will bowl first. Live text commentary has just started on the BBC Sport website - TMS starts at 1045 BST.

1028: FORMULA ONE - F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has told BBC Sport that the new deal is "super for F1". He added: "It will mean a lot more coverage for the sport. There will be highlights as well as live coverage on two different networks now, so we get the best of both worlds."

1019: GOLF - India's Jeev Milka Singh continues to lead the Irish Open. The overnight leader has carded two birdies and two bogeys in the first eight holes of his second round to remain at eight under par. England's Simon Wakefield is among the early movers - he has birdied three of his first 11 holes to move to five under. Open champion Darren Clarke has picked up one shot on his front nine and is three under. A full leaderboard can be found via the BBC Sport website and the European Tour website.

1010: ATHLETICS - Olympic 400m champion Christine Ohuruogu is seeking a return to form at this weekend's UK Trials for the World Championships. Watch live on BBC2 on Saturday 30 July [1800-1930 BST] and Sunday 31 July [1800-2000 BST]; all on BBC website (UK only) and BBC Red Button; updates in Sportsday Live online.

Live action now
1004: FORMULA 1 - Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel has set the quickest time in the first free practice session for the Hungarian Grand Prix with a 1:23.564. You can follow live TV pictures and live text commentary on the BBC Sport website.

0957: OLYMPICS - Dubai will not enter a bid to host the 2020 Olympic Games but will join the race to host the event four years later, the National Olympic Committee of the United Arab Emirates has announced.

Breaking news
0952: RUGBY UNION - Worcester head coach Richard Hill has agreed a two-year contract extension with the Premiership club.

0942: ATHLETICS - Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt is the big draw at the latest Diamond League meeting, which takes place this evening in Stockholm. Bolt goes in the 200m while Olympic and world champion LaShawn Merritt returns to competitive racing after serving a 21-month drug ban. No Brits in Sweden as they are at the World Championship trials in Birmingham this weekend. The Diamond League will be live on BBC3 and the BBC Sport website from 1900 BST on Friday, with live updates in Sportsday Live. Details on UK Trials to follow.

0934: FOOTBALL - Fifa is yet to decide how it will replace former Asian Football Confederation president Mohamed bin Hammam, reports the Associated Press. A Fifa meeting on Friday agreed to set up a committee to look at whether they should hold an election to replace Bin Hammam, who was banned last week.

0924: GOLF - The early starters in the second round at the women's British Open at Carnoustie are reaching the turn. America's Paula Creamer has picked up two shots on the front nine to move to five under, two shots behind overnight leader South Korea's Meena Lee, who tees off later this afternoon. A full leaderboard can be found on the BBC Sport website and the ladies European Tour website. There will also be live coverage of the event on BBC Two and online from 1415 BST.

Live action now
0917: GOLF - Northern Ireland's Open champion Darren Clarke is among the early starters on day two of the Irish Open in Killarney. Clarke birdied two of the first three holes, but dropped shots on the fourth and fifth holes and is two under for the tournament. Overnight leader Jeev Milka Singh, who opened with an eight-under-par 63, has dropped one shot in his first four holes this morning. A full leaderboard can be found via the BBC Sport website and the European Tour website.

0911: TENNIS - Serena Williams is looking forward to her quarter-final clash with Russia's Maria Sharapova at the Bank of the West Classic in California. The American former world number one, who has won six of her eight contests with Sharapova, said: "If I say I just want to play well, it's a lie. Would I be happy about losing? When I'm playing I get a little psycho and on the edge."

0908: BASEBALL - Former New York Yankees pitcher Hideki Irabu has been found dead in a Los Angeles suburb. The 42-year-old was one of the most dominant pitchers in Japanese professional baseball before he moved to New York. Local police said he "was found dead by an apparent suicide", reports the Associated Press.

0902: FOOTBALL - Malaysia's football federation has apologised after Chelsea complained about anti-Semitic abuse directed at their Israeli midfielder Yossi Benayoun during a pre-season friendly on 21 July. Malaysia did not admit the abuse occurred but said: "If such an incident did happen, we would like to apologise to the player...and to Chelsea FC."

0858: FOOTBALL - Thursday's 2014 World Cup qualifier between Myanamar and Oman was abandoned after 39 minutes when home fans went on the rampage. A member of the Oman coaching staff suffered a head injury after his side had taken a 2-0 lead (4-0 on aggregate), reports the AFP news agency.

Live action now
0849: FORMULA 1 - The opening practice session for the Hungarian Grand Prix begins at 0900BST - you can follow live TV pictures and live text commentary on the BBC Sport website.

Twitter
0845: CRICKET - Test Match Special producer Adam Mountford, on Twitter: "Looking out from TMS box. Very gloomy morning with light drizzle. If it stays like this I think we'll only start on time if lights are on." Live text commentary on the BBC Sport website will begin around 1030 BST with live commentary from the Test Match Special team starting at 1045 BST.

0840: RUGBY UNION - Former Australia coach Eddie Jones has said that England will not win the World Cup this year because half-backs Ben Youngs and Toby Flood are not good enough.

Breaking news
0835: FOOTBALL - Bolton have signed midfielder Chris Eagles, 25, and 28-year-old defender Tyrone Mears from Burnley on three-year contracts.

0825: GOLF - Former world number one Tiger Woods is to return to action at next week's Bridgestone Invitational in Ohio. The 35-year-old American has not played competitively since pulling out of the Players Championship in May because of knee and Achilles injuries.

Twitter
0821: SWIMMING - Britain's double Olympic gold medallist Rebecca Adlington on Twitter: "800 heat all done. Body in a lot of pain now but so happy I made the final!! Race it tomorrow night so now time to rest up!"

0816: CRICKET - England will assess the fitness of pace bowler Chris Tremlett this morning ahead of the start of the second Test against India at Trent Bridge. India's Zaheer Khan has already been ruled out with a hamstring injury. Live text commentary will begin around 1030 BST on the BBC Sport website, with live commentary from the Test Match Special team starting at 1045 BST.

Breaking news
0810: FORMULA 1 - The BBC and Sky Sports will broadcast Formula 1 in the UK between 2012 and 2018 under a new rights deal. BBC Sport will broadcast half the races live, as well as the qualifying and practice sessions from those races. Sky Sports will show every race, qualifying session and practice live.

0800: FOOTBALL - Top transfer stories from Friday's gossip column: A representative of Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez is due in Italy on Friday to begin talks over a £40m move to Inter Milan. Wigan winger Charles N'Zogbia will have a medical at Aston Villa on Friday to pave the way for his £9.5m move between the clubs. Arsenal have raised their offer for Everton centre-back Phil Jagielka to £15m and appear close to signing winger Juan Mata from Valencia in a £19m deal.


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