New Zealand pushed on to claim a first-innings lead in the first Test during today's morning session.
John Carver is expecting an "electric" atmosphere as he attempts to drag Newcastle back from the brink of disaster.
Tim Sherwood is "convinced" star striker Christian Benteke wants to stay at Aston Villa next season.
Hull boss Steve Bruce has admitted he never imagined the Tigers would be fighting for their Premier League lives this season.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says Raheem Sterling "is being led by his representative" as he seeks a move.
A look at the transfer news and gossip in Saturday's national newspapers, including the latest on Sterling, McClaren and Pellegrini.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel was fastest in third pratice at the Monaco Grand Prix on Saturday morning.
Andy Murray feel he is playing the best claycourt tennis of his career ahead of the French Open.
Roy Hodgson wants Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard to take on coaching roles with England in the future.
Huddersfield have confirmed the capture of World Cup winner Sam Rapira from New Zealand Warriors.
A review of Friday night's NatWest T20 Blast action, including Birmingham's victory over Worcestershire.
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England 389 AO
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|ATP Open de Nice Cote d' Azur|
|Thiem v Mayer (4) (1-1)|
|ATP Geneva Open|
|WTA Nurnberger Versicherungs Cup|
|Vinci (4) v Knapp (6) (5-6)|
Anthony Joshua told Sky Sports News HQ that his preparations ahead of his fight against Kevin Johnson are going well.
John Terry talks to Tubes about his Chelsea career and becoming a Premier League winner again.
Soccer AM's James Kirtland visits Middlesbrough to see what the Boro fans know about their club's crest.
All the best images and photos on a stellar Saturday
Welcome to the photo gallery of the second day of the first Test between England and New Zealand at Lord's.
Check out the action from Lord's as England, two debutants included, take on the buoyant Black Caps.