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Vettel to start from pit lane

Sebastian Vettel will start from the pit lane for Sunday's United States Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel will start from the pit lane for Sunday's United States Grand Prix as penalty for a power-unit change.

Ferdinand responds to FA ban

Rio Ferdinand is unhappy with his punishment

Rio Ferdinand appeared to endorse a tweet sent on Friday accusing the Football Association of applying double standards in handing him a three-match ban.

Hamilton sets pace in Austin

Lewis Hamilton, pictured, got the better of team-mate Nico Rosberg

In-form Lewis Hamilton led a truncated Formula One field at the end of the first practice session ahead of this weekend's United States Grand Prix.

Rooney ready but no Radamel return

Wayne Rooney has been passed fit for the Manchester derby

Wayne Rooney has been passed fit for the Manchester derby but Radamel Falcao remains out through injury, United manager Louis van Gaal has confirmed.

RWC too soon for Burgess - Corry

Sam Burgess arrived in Bath this week

Former England captain Martin Corry doubts Sam Burgess has enough time to prove himself worthy of a place in Stuart Lancaster's World Cup squad.

Wilshere adds to injury woes

Jack Wilshere is the latest injury victim for Arsenal

Jack Wilshere has been added to Arsenal's lengthy injury list but Arsene Wenger is hoping to welcome back Olivier Giroud "miles ahead of schedule" in the coming weeks.

Costa back for Blues

Chelsea's Diego Costa will feature against QPR

Striker Diego Costa is available for Chelsea's Barclays Premier League clash with QPR on Saturday after missing four matches with a hamstring injury.

Pakistan poised for series win

Younis Khan made a double century as Pakistan dominated day two of the second Test against Australia

Pakistan all but ensured a first Test series win over Australia in 20 years, with Younis Khan's fifth double century and a hundred from Misbah-ul-Haq leaving them in a handsome position on day two in Abu Dhabi.

Pardew happy with Newcastle depth

Newcastle manager Alan Pardew is happy with his squad

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has warned his players few of them can count on their place in his team after his understudies took centre-stage.

Wilshere adds to injury woes

Jack Wilshere is struggling with a knee injury

Jack Wilshere has been added to Arsenal's lengthy injury list but Arsene Wenger is hoping to welcome back Olivier Giroud "miles ahead of schedule" in the coming weeks.

Hole-in-one boosts Westwood bid

Lee Westwood's hole-in-one put him in contention at the CIMB Classic

A spectacular hole-in-one helped Lee Westwood surge into contention for the CIMB Classic at Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club on Friday.

Ryder Cup pain fires Colsaerts

Nicolas Colsaerts is in control in Shanghai

Nicolas Colsaerts revealed how he was inspired by Europe's Ryder Cup victory at Gleneagles after taking the halfway lead in the BMW Masters in Shanghai.

Gerrard casts doubt on Reds future

Steven Gerrard would have no qualms with leaving Liverpool at the end of the season if the club do not offer him a new deal

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is keen to continue his career beyond this season and admits he may be forced to move away from Anfield if the club fails to offer him a new deal.

Monk to meet with Riley

Swansea manager Garry Monk will meet referees' chief Mike Riley on Friday to discuss refereeing issues this season

Swansea manager Garry Monk will meet referees' chief Mike Riley on Friday having claimed one victory after defender Federico Fernandez's midweek red card against Liverpool was rescinded.

Hamilton unfazed by double points

Lewis Hamilton is determined not to feel negative about the looming double-points scenario at the final grand prix

Lewis Hamilton is determined not to let the spectre of double points on offer in the final grand prix impact on his mindset over the final few weeks of the season.

Relieved Williams halts Ronnie run

Mark Williams, right, finally got the better of Ronnie O'Sullivan, left

Mark Williams claimed his first victory over Ronnie O'Sullivan in a ranking event for 12 years at the International Championship in China.

Hoops to contest Tonev ban

Celtic's Alexandar Tonev has been given a seven-game ban

Celtic have backed Aleksandar Tonev after the winger was suspended for seven matches for using "offensive, insulting and abusive language of a racist nature" against Aberdeen defender Shay Logan.