Left to right: Deontay Wilder, Amir Khan, Anthony Ogogo and Audley Harrison at a press conference in Sheffield on Thursday

Boxing: Amir Khan has most to lose as British trio
take to the canvas

Amir Khan and Audley Harrison enter the ring tonight in fights they need to win to stay in boxing’s lucrative deep end, and Martin Murray has a task without precedents in front of nearly 50,000 in Buenos Aires.

A child wears a Jersey bearing the writing

Ian Herbert: Out of the darkness springs hope eternal for families ruined by Hillsborough disaster

The last inquest was scarred by degenerating into a private battle

The Sport Matrix: Thursday 18 April 2013

Terry's double helps Chelsea stroll back into third place

Leeds United all but confirm appointment of Brian McDermott

Former Reading manager set for a swift return to the game

Rangers owner Charles Green (far left)

Rangers chief Charles Green apologises 'unreservedly' after being charged over 'little Paki friend' comment

Comment in reference to former Ibrox director Imran Ahmad

Matt Lowton celebrates after scoring a wonder goal for Aston Villa against Stoke

Relegation battle far from won admits Aston Villa defender Matt Lowton

Lowton effectively fired Villa to a vital win at Stoke on Saturday

Paolo Di Canio poses with a club shirt after being unveiled as the new Sunderland manager

Federico Farcomeni: Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio - the working-class hero from Centocelle who revels as the underdog

He was a hero to West Ham fans, the working class of the East End

Mark Lackenby has been found guilty of killing his daughter in a rage over a football match, and jailed for 10 years

Father jailed for killing daughter in fury at failed football bet

Judge condemns 'nasty outbreak of temper' which killed five-week-old

Harnanes of Brazil tangles with the Russian Bystrov

Brazil 1 Russia 1 match report: Luiz Felipe Scolari back at Stamford Bridge but without his old samba magic

Fred scored a late equaliser for Brazil at the home of Chelsea

A snow plough clears the A66 near Bowes where the road was closed for several hours due to heavy snow as forecasters have warned that another cold snap is on its way -

Football matches called off due to poor weather as rain and snow batters England

Northern Ireland's World Cup qualifier against Russia has fallen foul of the weather for the second time in 24 hours, with hostile conditions rendering Windsor Park unplayable.

Gary Smith

Stevenage sack manager Gary Smith following dreadful run

Most recent loss meant Boro had lost 14 of their past 18 games

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The News Matrix: Wednesday 13 March 2013

Cameron U-turn over drink pricing

Dwain Chambers was eliminated in the first round of the 60m

GB's brave new world begins with whimper as Dwain Chambers misfires

It promises to be a super enough Saturday for the British track and field team in their first engagement since the home Olympics but for one of the country’s most prolific indoor performers the European Championships got off to a Friday flop of a start in Gothenburg yesterday.

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