England midfielder Jordan Henderson will be fit for the Euro 2016 finals, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says.
Uefa defends its decision to host the Europa League final between Liverpool and Sevilla at the 35,000-seater St Jakob Park.
As Middlesbrough and Brighton meet for a Premier League spot, BBC Sport looks back at other memorable final-day deciders.
Britain's Andy Murray beats Tomas Berdych of the Czech Republic for the first time on clay to reach the Madrid Open semi-finals.
A former South Yorkshire Police press officer claims she was asked to "spin" news during the Hillsborough inquests, the BBC can reveal.
With silverware in five of the past six decades, St Helens often enjoy Challenge Cup success when the year ends in six.
Frank Worthington's daughter says the former England striker has been living with Alzheimer's disease for "several years".
Liverpool will "take the opportunity" when they play Sevilla in the final of the Europa League, says manager Jurgen Klopp.
World number 1,117 Younes el Hassani says he played "shots like Seve Ballesteros" at the Trophee Hassan II in Morocco.
An anti-doping chief says suspicions will hang over Russian athletes even if they are declared clean and allowed to compete at Rio 2016.
Kosovo will surprise teams after being granted Uefa membership, according to former Crystal Palace striker Shefki Kuqi.
Real Madrid and Wales forward Gareth Bale may miss Sunday's La Liga game with Valencia after suffering a knee strain.
South Africa's Mickey Arthur is appointed head coach of Pakistan ahead of this summer's tour of England.
Michelle Payne, the first female jockey to win the Melbourne Cup, tells the BBC she will make her Royal Ascot debut next month.
Former Wales scrum-half Mike Phillips will know "a few months into" playing for new club Sale if his career will end there.
Anthony Crolla believes he had a "responsibility" to defend his WBA lightweight title against Ismael Barroso on Saturday.
Arsenal and England winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is out of this summer's European Championship with a knee injury.
Lutalo Muhammad returns to action when he joins Great Britain's taekwondo squad for this month's European Championships.
The number of young rugby players taking steroids is "worrying", says UK Anti-doping chief Nicole Sapstead, as three players are banned.
Hull KR retire the number six shirt worn by club legend Roger Millward, who died at the age of 68 this week.
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Olympic and world heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill pulls out of June's meeting in Gotzis, Austria.
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Mousa Dembele accepts a Football Association charge of violent conduct.
England captain Dylan Hartley is set for his first appearance in seven weeks after being named on the Northampton bench.
Johanna Konta is in a top field for this summer's Aegon Classic field that includes half of the women's top 30.
England batsman Joe Root signs a new contract with Yorkshire, keeping him at Headingley until at least December 2019.
Amir Khan's trainer, Virgil Hunter, admits his charge lacks "killer instinct" ahead of his fight against Saul Alvarez in Las Vegas on Saturday.
Championship side Bradford Bulls appoint Rohan Smith as their new head coach on a three-year deal.
Britain's Ollie Hynd claims his third gold at the IPC Swimming European Open Championships in Madeira.
Holder Rory McIlroy is seven shots off the early pace at the Wells Fargo Championship after firing an opening 73.