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Sportsday Live - Monday 12 September

Sportsday features the climax of the County Championship as Yorkshire are relegated to Division Two, plus more.

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1900: That's all, for now, for Sportsday Live. But join us again tomorrow at 0800 BST for more breaking sports news as it happens. You can follow live text from Loftus Road as QPR take on Newcastle in the Premier League.

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1858 CRICKET: BBC Sport's Kevin Howell's on Twitter: Not a good day for Lancashire but it's not over yet. Captain Glen Chapple suspected torn hamstring but will carry on regardless.

1849 CRICKET: BBC Sport's Alistair Bruce-Ball at Hampshire v Warwickshire: - Things couldn't have gone much better for the leaders Warwickshire, Jim Troughton won the toss, chose to bat and gleefully watched Shivnarine Chanderpaul and opener Veran Chopra pile on 188 runs for the 3rd wicket to edge Warwickshire closer to the title. They closed the day on 296 for 3 and will want more of the same tomorrow. Hampshire dropped 5 catches, crucially Michael Carberry spilling a relatively straight forward chance with Chanderpaul only on 36, and relegation looms for them.

1837 CRICKET: BBC Sport's Russell Fuller at Durham v Worcestershire: - There was plenty of life in the wicket on the opening day at the Riverside, but there's now little life left in Durham's title chances. After Will Smith was yorked for 66, they subsided from 146 for 2 to 264 all out. Kemar Roach and Alan Richardson both took 3 wickets for Worcestershire, who closed on 21 for 1 in reply. So Durham took only 2 batting bonus points, and with Hampshire struggling against Warwickshire, Worcestershire look set to avoid the drop.

1829: TENNIS - Rafael Nadal will look to win his second Grand Slam title of the season when he faces Novak Djokovic in the US Open final at 2100 BST on Monday. Follow live updates of the men's final with BBC Sport's David Ornstein.

1823 CRICKET: Tom Maynard's third LV County Championship century of the season boosted Surrey's hopes of promotion from Division Two as they reached 400 for eight against Derbyshire at the Kia Oval.

1814 CRICKET: Worcestershire close on 21-1 in reply to Durham's 264 - Durham's title chances now look very slim.

1805 RUGBY LEAGUE: Wakefield have given 12-month full-time contracts to academy products Danny Cowling, a 19-year-old centre, and Kyle Trout, a 20-year-old prop or loose forward.

1755 CRICKET: Latest in the County Championship title race. Durham 246 v Worcs 18-1, Warks 282-3 v Hants and Somerset 214-5 v Lancs.

1747 CRICKET: Somerset 314-5 at close. Lancs 6 overs to acquire any more bowling pts. Test Match Special cricket commentator Simon Mann on Twitter

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1742 CRICKET: BBC Sport's Alistair Bruce-Ball on Twitter -Chopra bowled by Mascarenhas for 109, good ball that came back in between bat and pad, Warwicks 278-3, Chanderpaul 103 no.
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1723 CRICKET: BBC Sport's Alison Mitchell on Twitter - Free entry to the final/evening/night session (whatever we should call it) under lights in Canterbury. from 7pm

1716 CRICKET: Durham title hopes have been blown even further off course by Worcestershire. Home side 264 all out - just the 2 batting bonus points.

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1713 CRICKET: BBC Sport's Alistair Bruce-Ball on Twitter - Century for Chanderpaul at the Rose Bowl, his 3rd in 7 champ inns for Warwicks, 271-2 and building formidable total

1705 CRICKET: Somerset batsman James Hildreth is unbeaten on 139 as Somerset move to 273-5 in their County Championship Division One match against Lancashire.

1641 FOOTBALL: The FA has charged West Brom's Gabriel Tamas with violent conduct following an incident at Norwich on Sunday. Tamas floored Vaughan with an elbow to the face at a corner leaving the Norwich player requiring hospital treatment. Tamas was given until Tuesday to respond to the charge, which carries an automatic three-match ban if accepted.

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1634 CRICKET: Five Live's Adam Mountfield on Twitter: Durham struggling on 237 for 7 now.

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1626 CRICKET: Five Live's Adam Mountfield on Twitter: So latest in title race. Durham 232 - 6 v Worcs, Warks 220 - 2 v Hants + Som 261 - 4 v Lancs. Commentary 5LSp Ex + reports @bbc5live.

1620 RUGBY LEAGUE: Former Leeds prop Ben Cross could make an amazing comeback for Wigan in the Super League play-offs after being out for just a month with a broken arm. The 32-year-old Australian made only four appearances for them before breaking his forearm against Salford on 14 August.

1612 FOOTBALL: Bolton striker Kevin Davies has confirmed he spoke to Tom Cleverley following the tackle that left the Manchester United midfielder with ankle ligament damage and says the 22-year-old was "fine" about it.

1602 FOOTBALL: Tottenham's Rafael van der Vaart expects to be fit to face Liverpool next week after confirming his injury is not as bad as first feared.The Netherlands international strained his hamstring during the 5-1 defeat to Manchester City and scans suggested he could be out for six weeks.

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1554 CRICKET: BBC Sport's Alison Mitchell on Twitter: Eng are going to need a new T20 Capt for WIs... Broad out of Cardiff ODI, WI T20s, and most of India tour in Oct... May be fit for Ind T20s

1546 CRICKET: Warwickshire are 187-2 at tea, opener Varun Chopra is 80 not out, Shivnarine Chanderpaul is 43 not out.Warwickshire are exactly where they want to be, scoring steadily at 3 an over, trying to pile on a massive first innings score to then give themselves the chance to bowl out a demoralised Hampshire side twice and win their 7th county championship title. Sounds simple doesn't it?

1536 CRICKET: BBC Sport's Russell Fuller adds: "Durham reach tea on 209-5 v Worcestershire - Benkenstein (18*) and Mustard (17*) with lots of work to do to make sure they secure maximum batting points.


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1535 CRICKET: BBC Sport's Russell Fuller on Twitter: "Inspired captaincy from Durham's Daryl Mitchell, brings himself on to bowl, bowls four junk balls, is hit for 4 & 6 then traps Ian Blackwell plum in front.

1530 TENNIS: British number two Anne Keothavong says Serena Williams should have accepted the umpire's decision and believes she continued with her angry tirade for too long. Williams, who will find out on Monday whther she faces further punishment, lost her cool during the US Open final, which she went on to lose against Australian Smantha Stosur.


1525 CRICKET: England bowler Stuart Broad will miss the final ODI against India and the NatWest Twenty20 series against West Indies as well as the ODI leg of the India tour with a muscle tear within his right shoulder. Broad may be fit to join the England squad for the Twenty20 fixture scheduled for 29 October in Kolkata.


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1521 CRICKET: Test Match Special cricket commentator Simon Mann on Twitter: Somerset duo Jos Buttler and James Hildreth banging some very big nails into the Lancashire box, 236-3. Lancashire might struggle to get their bowling points. 67 overs bowled.


1508 FOOTBALL: The FA has charged West Bromwich Albion defender Gabriel Tamas with violent conduct following an incident in his side's game at Norwich City. The Romania defender was involved in an incident with City's James Vaughan towards the end of the fixture at Carrow Road on Sunday.

1456 RUGBY LEAGUE: Welsh coach Iestyn Harris has said Gareth Thomas will be fit to play in Wales' Four Nations Series debut.

1445 CRICKET: Somerset batsman James Hildreth reaches his century as Somerset move to 219-3 in their County Championship Division One match against Lancashire.

1439 FOOTBALL: Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has been ruled out of their Champions League group match away to Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday. Manager Arsene Wenger revealed the Wales international limped out of training this morning with an ankle injury ahead of Arsenal's flight to Germany.

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1435 CRICKET: Yorkshire have been relegated from Division One of the County Championship after Worcestershire picked up a bowling bonus point against Durham - Kemar Roach bowling Will Smith for 66 to leave Durham 146-3. It means Worcestershire will overtake Yorkshire in the table regardless of their result at Chester-le-Street by virtue of having won more games.

1423 FOOTBALL: Plymouth Argyle manager Peter Reid is concerned that the club's off-the-field problems could be affecting their on-field performance. Argyle lost 2-0 at home to Port Vale on Saturday as the club tried to find a way out of administration.

1420 FOOTBALL: Asamoah Gyan today expressed his delight at joining "an important club" in Al-Ain but refused to be drawn on his long-term future. Gyan completed a shock loan switch from Sunderland to the United Arab Emirates over the weekend and was this morning unveiled at the Khalifa Bin Zayed Stadium.

1420 RUGBY UNION: Ireland team manager Paul McNaughton insists that they can regroup from the laboured opening win over the USA to beat Australia in Saturday's World Cup clash at Eden Park.

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1416 CRICKET: Test Match Special cricket commentator Simon Mann on Twitter - Somerset smashing it. Worrying times for Lancs' chances. Hildreth and Buttler gloriously in residence (180-3).

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1412 CRICKET: BBC Sport's Alistair Bruce-Ball on Twitter - Varun Chopra goes to 50 with late cut, seven fours, 108 balls, Chanderpaul with him on 11 no and Warwicks 115-2.

1410 FOOTBALL: Former Aston Villa caretaker boss Kevin MacDonald has been handed a first team coaching role by Alex McLeish.

1405 FOOTBALL: Fernando Torres is being quizzed by Chelsea over an interview for the official website of Spain's Primera Liga in which he criticises his own team-mates. Torres, who has endured a miserable run in front of goal since his £50m move from Liverpool, was quoted as branding Chelsea's "older" players as "very slow", and hailing new team-mate Juan Mata as a necessary signing.

1402 FORMULA 1: Read the latest Formula 1 gossip and rumours from the international media.

1355 CRICKET: Ed Joyce (63) and Murray Goodwin (53) both pass half centuries as Sussex move to 138-2 in their County Championship Division One match against Nottinghamshire.

1350 MOTOGP: Reigning world champion Jorge Lorenzo will contest next month's Japanese MotoGP after his Yamaha team confirmed their "full attendance" for the event. Lorenzo, Casey Stoner and Valentino Rossi had expressed reservations about racing in Japan because of safety fears following March's earthquake.

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1336 CRICKET: BBC Sport's Alistair Bruce-Ball on Twitter - Second wicket down for Warwickshire, Porterfield lbw to Mascarenhas for 28, Chanderpaul to the crease, Chopra 36 no, Warwickshire 89-2 after 28 overs.

1330 FORMULA 1: Red Bull Racing have agreed a five-year contract extension with engine supplier Renault. The deal ensures the continuation of a collaboration that began in 2007 and culminated last season with victory in both the Formula One drivers' and constructors' championships.

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1326 CRICKET: England's Stuart Broad on Twitter - "Bad news on the shoulder, torn a muscle, I know which one, just can't spell it. #gutted"

1320 FOOTBALL: Two men leading consortiums aiming to buy Plymouth Argyle are believed to be meeting the Professional Footballers Association. Argyle's latest wage deferral runs out on Thursday and players have threatened to strike if they are not paid. The BBC understands acting chairman Peter Ridsdale and rival James Brent are speaking to the PFA on Monday.

1313 RUGBY LEAGUE: With the regular Super League season having finished over the weekend, BBC Sport looks ahead to what promises to be an exciting play-offs, which get under way this Friday and conclude with the final at Old Trafford on 8 October.

1306 FOOTBALL: Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini believes midfielder David Silva is one of the best players in the world, reports Sky Sports. Mancini said: "Silva is a top, top player. I don't know why he didn't go to Barca or Real Madrid because he's Spanish but we are lucky because he's here."

1300 CRICKET:Graeme Swann is the only Englishman named in the International Cricket Council's ODI team of the year. The off-spinner is also the only specialist slow bowler selected in the side, which has India's Mahendra Dhoni as captain.

1255 CRICKET: Coming up shortly on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra, Kent wicketkeeper Geraint Jones on playing with a pink ball under lights in today's game against Glamorgan.

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1250 RUGBY UNION: Scrum-half Ben Youngs, who is with England at the World Cup in New Zealand, on Twitter - "Awesome day, jet boat, BBQ, chopper ride, looking at some amazing views in queenstown. Busy weeks training, roll on sunday can't wait."

1243 CRICKET: It's lunch at Grace Road where Leicestershire are 106-4 against Division Two leaders Middlesex. Elsewhere, Northamptonshire are 50-2 against Gloucestershire and Surrey are 103-2 against Derbyshire at the Oval.

1235 CRICKET:Lancashire have taken a third Somerset wicket to claim their first bonus point. The home side are 93-3 at lunch. It is also lunch at Durham, where the home side are 83-2. Leaders Warwickshire are 70-1 at Hampshire. In Division One's other match, Sussex are 94-2 at Nottinghamshire.

1223 CRICKET:Sri Lanka hold on for a draw in the second Test with Australia in Pallekele as rain washed out more than a session on the final day. Rain had forced an early lunch and tea and a continued downpour forced a premature end to the match with Sri Lanka on 317 for six, a lead of 80 runs. Australia lead the series 1-0. Full scorecard on BBC Sport website.

1214 CRICKET: Division Two leaders Middlesex continue to impress at Leicestershire, who have now lost a fourth wicket to leave them 91-4. Elsewhere in the second tier, Northamptonshire are 28-2 against Gloucestershire and Surrey are 80-2 against Derbyshire. Full scorecards on the BBC Sport website and updates on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra.

1205 FOOTBALL: Norwich City midfielder Bradley Johnson tells BBC Radio Norfolk his side have been punished for every mistake they have made this season.

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1200 CYCLING: HTC-Highroad cyclist Mark Cavendish on Twitter - "Todays stage is cancelled due to extreme weather. I'm sorry for the fans, organisers & the riders. Would'be been a nice sprint in Blackpool."

1154 CRICKET: Latest in the County Championship title race: leaders Warwickshire 35-1 at Hampshire, Somerset 39-2 at home to second-placed Lancashire, and Durham are 50-1 at home to Worcestershire. Follow scores on BBC Sport website and 5 live sports extra.

1150 FOOTBALL: Former Arsenal defender Lee Dixon tells BBC Sport that Norwich have their work cut out if they want to remain in the Premier League for more than one season.

1142 FOOTBALL: Bayer Leverkusen manager Robin Dutt refuses to reveal if Michael Ballack will start against former club Chelsea in their Champions League meeting on Tuesday, reports Sky Sports.

1138 CRICKET: Latest state of play in Division Two: Leicestershire have rallied from 4-3 to reach 62-3 at home to table-toppers Middlesex, second-placed Northamptonshire are 14-2 at home to Gloucestershire, and Surrey, who are third, are 40-2 against Derbyshire at the Oval.

1134 CRICKET: Kent were crowned Women's County Championship winners yesterday - despite losing the final game of the season to Sussex at Sandwich Town Cricket Club. The side, led by England captain Charlotte Edwards, had already sealed the title before the start of play as they stood unbeaten at the top of the Championship table.

1132 MOTOGP: Reigning world champion Jorge Lorenzo will contest next month's Japanese MotoGP after his Yamaha team confirm their "full attendance" for the Motegi event. Lorenzo, along with current championship leader Casey Stoner and Valentino Rossi, had previously expressed reservations about racing in Japan because of safety fears in the wake of March's earthquake, tsunami and nuclear emergency.

1126 CRICKET: A little recap of the latest state of play in Division One: leaders Warwickshire are 13-0 following a delayed start at Hampshire, second-placed Lancashire have two early wickets to leave Somerset 20-2, while Durham, in third, have made a decent start and are 26-0 at home to Worcestershire. In the match not affecting the top of the table, Sussex are 32-2 at Nottinghamshire. Latest scores on the BBC Sport website and live commentary on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra.

1120 FOOTBALL: New Kettering manager Mark Stimson says he relishes the challenge of getting the best out of the current squad. Stimson took charge in the 2-0 win over Lincoln, but is yet to sign a contract with the Blue Square Bet Premier side.

1115 BBC 5 LIVE: A reminder of the sport to come on BBC Radio 5 live today. At the moment, Sports Extra has coverage of the decisive final round of matches from the County Championship. At 1900 BST on 5 live is the Monday Night Club with Mark Chapman, followed by live commentary of QPR v Newcastle with John Motson and Steve Claridge. After that is live coverage of the US Open men's final between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.

1107 CRICKET: The match at the Oval between Surrey and Derbyshire in Division Two is under way - the delay being caused by crowd congestion a mischievous joke apparently - and the home side have already lost a wicket. They are 12-1 after Mike Footit has Rory Hamilton-Brown caught by Wes Durston. In Division One, Sussex are 27-1 at Nottinghamshire. Chris Nash the man out, lbw to Charlie Shreck.

1100 CRICKET: Third-placed Durham make a solid start at home against Worcestershire. They are 13-0 after six overs as they look to claim an important batting point and steal ground on Lancashire and Warwickshire above them in the table. At Taunton, Somerset lose their first wicket against Lancashire. The home side are 18-1 after Glen Chapple claims the wicket of Alex Barrow.

1056 FOOTBALL: Premier League side QPR announce a multi-million pound shirt sponsorship deal with Malaysia Airlines and AirAsia. The former will sponsor teh club's home shirt for the next two seasons, while the latter will feature on their away and third strip for the same duration.

1051 CRICKET: Make it 11-3 for Leicestershire against Middlesex, as the Division Two leaders continue to assert their authority at Grace Road. James Taylor is the latest man to go, bowled by Corey Collymore.

1050 CYCLING: Read more about Team Sky's latest British cycling talent Chris Froome, in this profile from BBC Sport's Nick Hope.

1045 CRICKET: The match between Hampshire and Warwickshire at the Rose Bowl will get under way at 1100 BST, following a delay for a wet outfield. Division One leaders Warwickshire have won the toss and chosen to bat.

1042 CRICKET: Division Two leaders Middlesex have got off to a superb start against Leicestershire at Grace Road. The home side have been reduced to 4-2 with openers Matthew Boyce and Will Jones dismissed by Tim Murtagh and Corey Collymore respectively.

1036 CRICKET: Start of play at the Oval, between Surrey and Derbyshire in Division Two, has been delayed apparently due to crowd congestion. Play is due to start at 1045 BST.

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1030 CYCLING: Team Sky cyclist Geraint Thomas on Twitter - "Disappointed but safety is the main issue guys. Got to respect the police decision. Not worth breaking ourselves."

1026 CRICKET: Play at the Rose Bowl where Hampshire host Warwickshire is delayed by 30 minutes because of rain.

1023 RUGBY LEAGUE: Bradford have signed 17-year-old stand-off Marcus Elliott from Leeds academy on a two-year contract.

1016 TRIATHLON: Following Alistair Brownlee winning the World Championship BBC Sport's Ollie Williams analyses why the British are dominating world triathlon.

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1010 CYCLING: Monday's stage of Tour of Britain betweeen Kendal and Blackpool has been cancelled because of high winds. The stage itself will be axed completely and will move onto Stoke on Tuesday as planned.

1005 FOOTBALL: Port Vale's goal-scoring midfielder Gary Roberts has praised the influence of boss Micky Adams, joking he is the only manager that can control him. Roberts scored both goals in the 2-0 win at Plymouth on Saturday, taking his tally for the season to five.

0955 FOOTBALL: Bolton captain Kevin Davies has apologised to Tom Cleverley after his challenge left the Manchester United midfielder with ligament damage.

0948 SWIMMING - BIG SPLASH: Comedian David Walliams has begun the final leg of his bid to swim the 140 miles of the River Thames for charity. The Little Britain star, who entered the water at Teddington in south-west London, has 15.5 miles (25km) to swim to the finish at Westminster Bridge.

0944 ICE HOCKEY: Russian ice hockey player Alexander Galimov, one of two survivors of last week's plane crash which killed 43 people, has died in hospital. Moscow's Vishnevsky Institute of Surgery confirmed the 26-year-old Lokomotiv Yaroslavl player died this morning from the burns suffered in the crash.

0941 RUGBY LEAGUE: Bradford Bulls have signed 17-year-old stand-off Marcus Elliott on a two-year contract. After two years with the Leeds Rhinos, the youngster turned down a new deal at Headingley.

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0934 CRICKET: TMS producer Adam Mountford on Twitter - "Don't forget 5 Live Sports Extra will have radio commentary on the final round of the County Championship starting at 1015."

0925 FOOTBALL: Crewe Alexandra defender Adam Dugdale tells BBC Radio Stoke that he is pleased to have ended his long wait for a goal against Barnet on Saturday.

0925 RUGBY UNION: England have been warned they face a fine if the numbers on their World Cup shirts peel off again during the event. The white numbers on the controversial all-black kit began to rub off during England's gruelling win over Argentina, breaching tournament regulations.

0920 FOOTBALL: Celtic striker Anthony Stokes is determined to maximise the European reprieve the club has been given. The Glasgow side were reinstated to this season's Europa League at the expense of their Swiss side Sion.

0917 CYCLING: Britain's Chris Froome tells BBC Sport's Nick Hope he has made a big step forward in finishing second at the Vuelta a Espana. Team Sky rider Froome finished behind Spain's Juan Jose Cobo, who was crowned Vuelta champion after Sunday's final stage to Madrid.

0913 TENNIS: Australia's Samantha Stosur is delighted to have won her first Grand Slam title after beating Serena Williams in the US Open final.

0910 TENNIS: Listen as Serena Williams says her outburst at the umpire did not affect the result after the favourite lost the US Open final to Australian Samantha Stosur.

0906 RUGBY LEAGUE: Hull FC have appointed Peter Gentle as their new head coach to replace the outgoing Richard Agar. Gentle, the current assistant coach for NRL side Wests Tigers and Australia, had been linked to Castleford, Hull KR and Salford.

0849 RUGBY UNION: Argentina centre Gonzalo Tiesi has been ruled out of the rest of the Rugby World Cup after damaging knee ligaments in the Pumas' opening loss to England. The 26-year-old Tiesi was hurt in a collision with England lock Courtney Lawes, who was cited Monday for alleged use of the knee on hooker Mario Ledesme in Saturday's match.

0847 RUGBY UNION: Australia winger Digby Ioane has been ruled out of Saturday's World Cup clash with Ireland because of a fractured thumb. Ioane sustained the injury during yesterday's 32-6 Pool C win over Italy after accidentally coming into contact with the boot of Mirco Bergamasco.

0844 FOOTBALL: Read Garth Crooks' team of the week as the BBC pundit picks his top Premier League performers.

0838 RUGBY UNION: Scrum V analyses why Welsh fans might choose Russia as their second team at the 2011 Rugby World Cup.

0832 TENNIS: Britain's Oliver Golding tells BBC Sport he is "lost for words" after his "unbelievable" US open boys' title victory over junior world number one Jiri Vesely.The 17-year-old from London came from a set down to win 5-7 6-3 6-4 against the top seed from the Czech Republic.

0827 RUGBY UNION: World Cup round-up - Scotland make 11 changes for match against Georgia, plus other news.

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0823 FOOTBALL: Kevin Davies' wife Emma defends her husband's tackle on Tom Cleverley on Twitter: "For all the ill-informed haters .. Kevin spoke to Tom Cleverly on the phone earlier. He would never intentionally hurt anyone."

0819 TENNIS: Serena Williams will discover on Monday whether she faces further punishment for an angry tirade at umpire Eva Asderaki in the US Open final.

0816 FORMULA 1: Watch the best of the action from Monza as Sebastian Vettel wins the Italian Grand Prix ahead of McLaren's Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso's Ferrari. (UK only)

0813 RUGBY UNION: Jonathan Thomas says he is ready to join the Wales squad at the World Cup if Ryan Jones fails to recover from his calf injury.

0811 RUGBY UNION: British and Irish Lions pair Stephen Jones and Gethin Jenkins have given Wales a fitness boost ahead of their second World Cup clash with Samoa.

0809 RUGBY LEAGUE: Hull FC have confirmed the appointment of Australian Peter Gentle as head coach on a three-year contract.

0803 RUGBY UNION: England's Courtney Lawes has been cited for allegedly striking Mario Ledesma with his knee during Saturday's 13-9 win over Argentina in Dunedin.

0800 BST FOOTBALL: Snippets from Monday's gossip column:

Striker Emmanuel Adebayor - on loan at Tottenham from Premier League rivals Manchester City - has declared his career at Etihad Stadium "over". "The love between myself and Manchester City is broken," he said. (Daily Mail)

Italian giants AC Milan are keeping tabs on Chelsea striker Fernando Torres and could make an audacious loan bid for the Spaniard, who has yet to find his best form at Stamford Bridge. (Inside Futbol)

Spurs goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes wants to leave the club in January after losing his place to summer signing Brad Friedel. (Daily Mirror)



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