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Horse racing tips: Monday 2 February

Semaral is Greg Wood’s banker selection to land the 1m1f Fillies’ Handicap (3.20) at Lingfield, where he is already a course and distance winner


Arsenal v Aston Villa: Premier League – as it happened!

Arsenal picked up a deserved three points with an impressive victory over Villa, who are now in some real trouble


England captain Eoin Morgan reluctant to distort Mitchell Johnson effect

• Morgan: I think it probably could have been anybody bowling
• England one-day loss is eighth of past nine against Australia
Read Chris Stocks’ match report


Andy Murray will keep improving despite loss in Australian Open

Murray can take heart from a first slam final in 18 months as proof his work with Amélie Mauresmo is bearing fruit
Match report: Novak Djokovic beats Andy Murray


January’s deadline day keeps punters glued but managers can come unstuck

Last January Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea bought no one on deadline day – organised clubs do their business earlier
Juan Cuadrado set to undergo Chelsea medical before £23.3 move
Transfer window – live


Australian Open final 2015: Novak Djokovic beats Andy Murray to win title

• Djokovic beats Murray 7-6, 6-7, 6-3, 6-0
• Djokovic wins fifth Australian Open title
Kim Sears wears Explicit Content T-shirt for final


Formula One 2015 under way as drivers hit the test track at Jerez

• Home hero Fernando Alonso cheered on first McLaren test drive
• Vettel in Ferrari red for first time, but Rosberg fastest so far
• Phoney war revs up as teams assemble for new season


England blown away in Tri-Series final as Mitchell Johnson shines

• Australia 278-8 | England 166 all out
• Mitchell Johnson takes three wickets and Glenn Maxwell takes four
Read the over-by-over report


Happiness is egg shaped: readers' NFL pictures and stories

Ahead of Super Bowl XLIX this weekend four British NFL followers share recent NFL experiences and give their Super Bowl predictions


Aaron Rodgers is this year's most valuable player - but not the best

The Packers quarterback had a fine 2014 but his main rival for the award had a season almost beyond belief


Said & Done: Barcelona’s brand; Dinamo Minsk; and Satan’s nun

Also featuring: José Mourinho on Juan Cuadrado; David Ginola’s emotions; and why footballers are hard to like


Stuart Lancaster prepares England for noise of Six Nations in Wales

• Lancaster has loudspeakers playing at England training
• ‘It can have a big impact if you are unable to hear each other


Andy Murray wary of hyping his status in an era of tennis greats

Win over Novak Djokovic in Australia Open final would put Murray back in world’s top three, but he is fighting shy of reverence
• Murray storms into Australian Open final by beating Tomas Berdych


Tom Brady and Russell Wilson find different methods to defy expectations

The starting quarterbacks in Super Bowl XLIX are opposites in style of play but both men have a fierce will to win


Wales, Ireland and Scotland take lead from men of the Kiwi triangle

Three of the four home nations are coached by New Zealanders who hail from a relatively small part of the North Island and who are bringing their singular rugby background, vision and beliefs to this year’s Six Nations
• Joe Schmidt leads Ireland to 2014 Six Nations title
• Warren Gatland takes Lions to series win in Australia
• Stuart Lancaster’s contact extended until 2020



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