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Chelsea thrilled as title beckons

Chelsea's Cesc Fabregas, centre, is shown a yellow card for diving in the penalty area

Captain John Terry celebrated passionately as Chelsea edged closer to the Barclays Premier League title after battling through a 0-0 draw at Arsenal.

Salford injury woes continue

Iestyn Harris has even more injuries to contend with

Salford boss Iestyn Harris admits he may have to call on his 38-year-old assistant coach Ian Watson for next Friday's trip to Hull after picking up more injuries in Sunday's 22-20 home defeat by Castleford.

Wasps will not get carried away

Dai Young saw his team close in on a European Champions Cup place

Wasps director of rugby Dai Young vowed to keep feet firmly on the ground despite his team moving closer to a place in next season's European Champions Cup.

Moores enjoys a return to winning

England coach Peter Moores enjoyed a return to winning ways

England coach Peter Moores was glad to put a disappointing winter behind him and bask in the "euphoria" of a hard fought Test win against the West Indies.

Robson stars for Tigers

Castleford's Ashley Gibson was among the tries against his old club

Teenager Ash Robson enjoyed a debut to remember by scoring Castleford's matching-winning try to see off a depleted Salford in Sunday's solitary First Utility Super League match.

Toffees too strong for United

James McCarthy, left, scores Everton's first goal against Manchester United

Everton handed Manchester United their heaviest Barclays Premier League defeat of Louis van Gaal's reign on Sunday afternoon.

Wasps boost European hopes

Christian Wade, pictured playing for England Saxons, scored a try for Wasps in their win over Exeter

Wasps took a giant stride towards qualification for next season's European Champions Cup with a deserved 36-29 win over Exeter at the Ricoh Arena.

O'Sullivan close to last eight

Ronnie O'Sullivan, right, was spoken to by referee Olivier Marteel at the Crucible Theatre

Ronnie O'Sullivan needs just a frame to book his place in the Betfred World Championship quarter-finals but the five-time winner found himself in more bother as he dominated Matthew Stevens.

McCoy: Bumper crowds made it easier

Tony McCoy waves to the crowd after his last race at Sandown

Tony McCoy thanked the racing public for making the last two months of his career the most memorable of all as their appreciation helped him cope with the thought of retirement.

Radcliffe bids emotional farewell

Paula Radcliffe completed the London Marathon in an unofficial time of 2hrs 36mins 55secs

A tearful Paula Radcliffe shouted her thanks to the thousands of fans lining the roads and linked hands with a club runner as she brought the curtain down on her glorious career and the London Marathon said farewell to the greatest athlete to grace the famous race.

Zabaleta: Win was all that matters

Manchester City defender Pablo Zabaleta was pleased to claim three points against Aston Villa

Pablo Zabaleta claimed victory was all that mattered as Manchester City moved closer to securing a Champions League spot with a last-gasp win over Aston Villa.

Alderweireld playing through pain

Toby Alderweireld is ready to do what it takes to help Southampton into Europe

Toby Alderweireld played with a broken bone in his shoulder this weekend, such is the defender's desire to help Southampton achieve European qualification.

Mayweather urged to call it quits

Floyd Mayweather Jnr, pictured, faces Manny Pacquiao on May 2

Floyd Mayweather Snr has backed his son to beat Manny Pacquiao comfortably next week, but said he wants him to hang up his gloves afterwards.

Westwood wins Jakarta play-off

Lee Westwood enjoyed more success in Asia on Sunday

Lee Westwood claimed a third CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters title in the last five years despite letting slip a five-shot lead in Jakarta on Sunday.

Wu wins China Open

Wu Ashun, pictured, won the China Open after David Howell bogeyed the 18th hole

Wu Ashun became the first Chinese player to win a European Tour event on home soil on Sunday as David Howell bogeyed the 72nd hole of the Volvo China Open.