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Japan apology after players who 'paid for sex' are sent home
Four Japanese basketball players are sent home from the Asian Games in Indonesia for allegedly paying women for sex.
Burnley's 'greatest ever player' McIlroy dies aged 86
Former Northern Ireland forward Jimmy McIlroy, described by Burnley as their "greatest ever player", dies at the age of 86.
England winger Ashton faces ban after punching player in friendly
England and Sale Sharks winger Chris Ashton faces a ban after punching a Castres player in a pre-season friendly.
Livingston part company with player-manager Miller after seven weeks
Kenny Miller's tenure as Livingston player-manager is over after an "amicable" parting, the club says.
England v India: Cheteshwar Pujara is dismissed for 72 after Alastair Cook takes a catch at first slip
Cheteshwar Pujara is the first wicket to fall as India build a huge lead over England on day three of the third test match at Trent Bridge.
World sport: 10 photos we liked this week: 13-19 August
A selection of the most striking sports photographs from around the world this week.
Crystal Palace v Liverpool: Can Eagles upset Jurgen Klopp's side again?
Crystal Palace have been a thorn in Liverpool's side in recent years, but can they upset the odds again on Monday night?
Djokovic beats Federer to complete historic career 'Golden Masters'
Novak Djokovic completes a career 'Golden Masters' with victory over Roger Federer in the final in Cincinnati.
Biles wins record fifth title - wearing outfit to support sex abuse victims
Simone Biles wins a record fifth US Women's Gymnastics Championship all-around title and wears an outfit to show her support for survivors of sex abuse.
Norwich City paint Carrow Road away dressing room pink
After Norwich City paint their away dressing room pink, BBC Sport explores what effect it could have on their opponents.