Former Australia flanker, George Smith, says England's "winning mentality" can help them to a first series win down under.
Who have the youngest and oldest squads? Which player has four kidneys? Twenty-four things you didn't know about the teams competing at Euro 2016.
Britain's former world heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis and actor Will Smith are to be pallbearers at Muhammad Ali's funeral.
Madrid's Anti-Doping Laboratory is suspended by Wada after failing to comply with international standards.
Saracens Maro Itoje could replace Chris Robshaw for England as they prepare to face Australia in the first of three Tests.
Robbie Keane takes part in full training to prove his fitness for the Republic of Ireland's Euro 2016 opener against Sweden.
Roger Federer says his back has improved as he returns to action in Stuttgart after his withdrawal from the French Open.
England World Cup winner Geoff Hurst says the current Euro 2016 squad is the most exciting since his 1966 team.
Olympic sports news from the past week, plus the events coming up as the world's best athletes prepare for Rio.
Rugby league convert Ben Te'o misses training on Monday as England continue to prepare for Saturday's first Test against Australia in Brisbane.
Full-back Ryan Bertrand misses England training as the squad prepare for their opening Euro 2016 match against Russia.
Rickie Fowler will not defend his Scottish Open title, with the American blaming a schedule made more hectic by the Olympics.
Tens of thousands of Afghan and Pakistani migrants have brought their love of cricket to Germany, prompting the formation of dozens of new teams.
Former champion flat jockey Joseph O'Brien makes a stunning start to his new career as a trainer with four winners.
Former Leicester defender Gerry Taggart says Jamie Vardy's move to Arsenal could be "catastrophic" for the Premier League champions.
Britain's Chris Froome almost crashes as Nacer Bouhanni wins the first stage of the Criterium du Dauphine.
Steph Curry - the NBA's most valuable player - says he will not compete for the USA at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Ian Hutchinson storms to victory in the Isle of Man Superstock TT to repeat his feat of 2015 by securing two wins in one day.
Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's Women's European Championship qualifying game between Serbia and England.
Pep Guardiola's first match as Manchester City manager will be in a friendly against previous club Bayern Munich.
Spanish prosecutors call for Brazil and Barcelona football star Neymar to be tried for fraud over the cost of his transfer from Santos.
A second anthem mix-up at the Copa America tournament sees music by rapper Pitbull played over the end of Chile's national song.
Tight-head prop Aaron Jarvis is flying out to New Zealand to join Wales' squad as Paul James continues to recover from a calf injury.
BBC Sport takes a look at the former builder, the journeymen and the brothers hoping to make headlines for Northern Ireland in France.
One-Day Cup holders Gloucestershire suffer a second defeat in a little over 24 hours by Glamorgan in Cardiff.
About 500 tickets for Euro 2016 matches are not delivered to England fans after the FA fails to apply the right postage.
Nottinghamshire pair Riki Wessels and Michael Lumb put on 342, the highest one-day stand ever recorded in England.
The president of Turkey and the king of Jordan are among the dignitaries scheduled to speak at Muhammad Ali's funeral on Friday, a family spokesman says.
David Baddiel says the England squad have no official song for Euro 2016 because his track, Three Lions, "killed off the football anthem".
British number one Johanna Konta beats American Victoria Duval 6-3 6-0 in the first round of the Nottingham Open.