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The Champions League is back

Europe's premier club competition returns this week with all the continental swagger we have become accustomed to.

Seaman's agony as Arsenal capitalise on mistake

Arsenal remained the only Premiership team with a 100 per cent record as they summoned Manchester City to a 2-1 defeat, their first at the City of Manchester Stadium.

F1 excitement mounts in 2003 season

Things really are looking up for formula one. The new rule changes introduced this season are resulting in one of the most exciting championship run-ins for years with three main rivals all bidding for the sport's highest accolade.

The Premiership strikes back

It has only been away for a couple of months but it feels like a lifetime to a football fan: the Premiership is back and Saturday afternoons will once again become a time of contrasting emotions, swinging from euphoria to despair within the space of 90 minutes.

Rampant South Africans crush England

South Africa defeat England by an innings and 92 runs in the second test at Lord's.

Middlesex v. Surrey at Lords

Comprehensive coverage of the four-day Frizzell County Championship at Lords.

Lightning strikes Yorkshire

Nearly 15,000 cricket fans witnessed Lancashire Lightning's romp to victory against a lacklustre Yorkshire Phoenix by seven wickets, with nearly seven overs to spare at Old Trafford.

England narrowly defeat Pakistan

England have scored a 2-1 series victory in the Natwest challenge against Pakistan.

Michael Vaughan and the future of English cricket

England take to the field with a new limited overs captain and a new-look team at the start of the NatWest Challenge against Pakistan.

Owen saves Eriksson

Two second half goals from captain Michael Owen overshadowed a poor performance by England and kept the bloodhounds from Eriksson's door.

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