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David Haye interview: Thought of Las Vegas lures Haye back to the ring

Having overcome the shoulder injury that seemed to have ended his career, British heavyweight tells Kevin Garside he realised there were things left undone – a fight at the spiritual home of boxing, hopefully against new kid on the block Deontay Wilder

Brendan Rodgers on the sidelines during Liverpool's 2-1 defeat to Aston Villa

Brendan Rodgers: Why Liverpool should not sack their manager in favour of Jurgen Klopp

Raheem Sterling picks up the shisha pipe and Liverpool run out of gas, but Rodgers shouldn't pay the price for their shortcomings just yet

Jack Butland is England Under-21 captain, but understudy at Stoke to Bosnian Asmir Begovic

Kevin Garside: English goalkeepers are better than ever - they just need the chance to show it

COMMENT: Today only five top-flight clubs have first-choice Englishmen keeping goal

Jordan Spieth: Masters winner takes inspiration from his sister – ‘the best thing’ in his family

Spieth's 14-year-old sister, Ellie, is autistic and a profound source of inspiration

Jordan Spieth celebrates a par on 16

Masters 2015 results: Jordan Spieth wins his first major championship after equalling Tiger Woods' Masters record of 18-under-par

Spieth led from the opening day on Thursday and never looked back as he claimed his first ever Green Jacket

Carl Jackson with Ben Crenshaw on the first hole during Wednesday's Par 3 contest

Masters 2015: Augusta’s reverence for old masters is a valuable lesson for today’s big hitters

COMMENT: Stars of today can learn a thing or two from the history books

Rory McIlroy reacts to a poor shot on the fifth
Jordan Spieth plays his approach shot to the second at Augusta

Masters 2015 report: Calm and collected Jordan Spieth rewrites history to tighten grip on Augusta lead

Spieth was operating on a different level on day two

Jordan Spieth celebrates his brilliant opening round at The Masters
Rory McIlroy watches closely as his ball flies between the trees during his practice round at Augusta on Wednesday

Masters 2015: Tiger Woods's return grips Augusta but Rory McIlroy eyes destiny

World No 1 relieved to get his shot at Grand Slam at last

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