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ROB DRAPER: With key players likely to depart and their Champions League hopes emphatically ended by Juventus, you might be thinking Borussia Dortmund are on the slide
JEFF POWELL: Bob Arum explains why, despite all the speculation to the contrary, Floyd Mayweather Jnr vs Manny Pacquiao was never going anywhere except Las Vegas.
Sky have won the bidding war for the rights to screen Floyd Mayweather v Manny Pacquiao in the UK, as revealed by Sportsmail last Friday. The richest fight of all time will have a base price of below £20.
GRAHAM POLL: It has been a season of unprecedented errors by match officials. Now even their boss Mike Riley has accepted that technology is needed to help referees get more decisions correct.
NICK HARRIS: The last time Liverpool, who on average end a season eighth, finished outside the top eight in England’s top division was in the 1961-62 season, when they won the Second Division title.
NICK HARRIS: So who, objectively, are the biggest clubs in England? That’s the question Sportsmail answers today. We’ve used no opinion, just hard evidence to determine the answers.
NICK HARRIS: Liverpool are the biggest English club when measured solely by the number of major trophies won, all-time. They have lifted 41 major honours, two more than Manchester United.
Manchester United are the biggest club in England when it comes to crowds - both now and historically - and the joint biggest along with Liverpool when it comes to ‘star players’ in their line-ups, all-time.
Bernie Ecclestone is considering a women’s Formula One championship to give fans extra value for money during grand prix weekends.
An emotional Michael Clarke dedicated Australia’s unprecedented fifth World Cup triumph to his former team-mate and friend Phillip Hughes after his side trounced New Zealand in the final.
CRAIG HOPE AT THE AVIVA STADIUM: The Republic of Ireland secured a 1-1 draw with Poland thanks to a late Shane Long strike to keep his side's Euro 2016 qualification hopes alive.
History man Steven Fletcher has spoken of his pride as he ended a six-year international scoring drought to become the first Scotland player to net a hat-trick since 1969.
London Welsh's relegation from the Aviva Premiership was finally confirmed as Bath won 29-14 at the Kassam Stadium to move up to third.
Goals from Ricardo Carvalho and Fabio Coentrao either side of a stunning overhead kick from Nemanja Matic secured three vital points for Portugal in Group I.
Danny Cipriani returned from England duty to help steer Sale Sharks to within one point of the Aviva Premiership top six following a 23-6 triumph over Gloucester.
SEPANG RACE ZONE: Sebastian Vettel now has 40 victories in his grand prix career, which is just one behind the legendary Brazilian Ayrton Senna
Order and progress - read the Brazilian flags adorning the stands at the Emirates on Sunday, and the Samba stars have certainly made some decent headway since their exit from their home World Cup.
Kevin Pietersen is eyeing a return to the England international fold ahead of the Ashes in the summer but he took time to enjoy himself behind enemy lines after the World Cup final on Sunday.
Before getting married next week, there are a couple of things Andy Murray would like to achieve in his last tournament as a single man. Murray could pass 500 career wins if he defeats Kevin Anderson.
Leicester City winger Anthony Knockaert is discussing a potential Bosman move to Standard Liege when his contract expires at the end of the season.
Manchester City are watching Sampdoria's Italy international midfielder Roberto Soriano. The 24-year-old was born in Germany to Italian parents and initially came through the ranks at Bayern.
CHARLES SALE: The extent of the fall-out between Debbie Jevans and the RFU hierarchy has started to emerge since the England Rugby 2015 chief executive suddenly quit last Friday.
Harry Kane may have taken the impact debut to another level with his goal after 79 seconds but he was not the first new cap to make a quick impression in England colours this season.
Ronald Koeman is weighing up a summer move for Fulham goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg. The 32-year-old is on a season loan at Monaco but has barely figured.
DOMINIC KING AT ANFIELD: This was an afternoon for nostalgia and Anfield got what it wanted: Luis Suarez and Fernando Torres, two of this stadium’s most revered former sons.
Gareth Southgate has told Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha he still has time to make the England Under 21 squad for Euro 2015.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed he puts himself into isolation after his side lose and feels 'like a dog who is sick.' Fortunately for Wenger, his side won all their matches in March.
Luis Suarez expressed his delight at returning to Anfield and revealed that Liverpool would be the only club in England that he would consider playing for in the future.
Fernando Torres admitted being blown away by the welcome he received from Liverpool fans on an emotional return to Anfield on Sunday. Torres and Luis Suarez both received a standing ovation.
Manchester United's No 1 transfer target Mats Hummels has left the door open to a move to Old Trafford though admits he is still undecided about his future.
CHRIS WHEELER AT WINDSOR PARK: Kyle Lafferty put Northern Ireland firmly on course for their first major championships in 30 years as his double sank Finland at Windsor Park.
Geraint Thomas claimed third place at the Gent-Wevelgem sprint classic in Belgium on Sunday despite suffering a crash. The Welshman's spill came with 58 kilometres to go.
Germany kept up the pressure on Euro 2016 qualifiers group D leaders Poland with a routine victory away at Georgia, thanks to goals from Arsenal-target Marco Reus and Thomas Muller.
Scotland survived a rocky start against the Mediterranean minnows of Gibraltar before racking up a 6-1 win in Group D to remain firmly on the road to Euro 2016.
Trainer Aidan O’Brien has acknowledged that he is likely to have Ryan Moore riding more of his horses this season. Speculation has raged over the weekend about the likely riding for Irish trainer.
West Bromwich Albion Under 21 coach James Shan was in the Meadow Lane crowd as Notts County drew with Scunthorpe on Saturday amid rumours he could take over as manager.
Alexis Sanchez has revealed he is loving life in England with Arsenal ahead of playing for Chile against Brazil at his club's home on Sunday in an international friendly at the Emirates Stadium.
Brazil prevailed in the battle of South American sides at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday afternoon after Roberto Firmino scored to secure Dunga's side a slight victory in North London.
Former Newcastle defender Davide Santon has been called up to the Italy squad for Tuesday's friendly against England, following injuries to Matteo Darmian and Manuel Pasqual.
Former Barcelona forward Hristo Stoichkov has lambasted Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal by insisting the Dutchman is 'garbage'.
Calum Chambers had no qualms about dropping down to the England Under 21s squad, saying it is an honour to represent his country whatever the level.
Kurt Zouma has praised Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho's role in his rapid development that has seen the Frenchman become a contender at centre back for both his club and country.
ADAM SHERGOLD AT WEMBLEY STADIUM: North Ferriby United came back from two goals down to win a dramatic penalty shoot out against Wrexham and lift the FA Trophy.
Jann Mardenborough has been released from hospital after the accident in Germany on Saturday that resulted in the death of a spectator and has left the British racing driver 'very distressed'.
Chris Smalling is happy to wait until the summer to begin negotiations over a new contract at Manchester United. Smalling's current deal expires at the end of next season.
Fans of Leeds United have been involved in more trouble on the nation's railways than any other club in Britain, according to new information released by the British Transport Police.
GLEN HODDLE: Harry Kane's impact Friday was extraordinary. It was great to see Kane, the leading Premier League scorer, come on and score for England within 79 seconds.
Fabian Delph has admitted he will vote for England's man of the moment Harry Kane has his PFA Player of the Year. Kane scored with a header just minutes into his England debut on Friday.
Fernando Alonso is convinced success is on the horizon for McLaren, on the day when he saw former team Ferrari return to glory, but only managed 21 laps of the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday.
EDGE OF THE BOX: Sky Sports were first away with their impressively swathing live coverage of the F1 season in Australia. This weekend, it was time for the BBC to get their first live one away in Malaysia.
As well as strengthening Wales' chances of a trip to France next summer, Gareth Bale's performance in Israel served to further enhance his reputation as a Dragons legend in the hearts of fans.
England are lucky enough to still be able to call on the Wayne Rooney and Harry Kane ahead of their glamour friendly with Italy, but Giorgio Chiellini is more concerned about facing Theo Walcott.
Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao remains determined to break back into Louis van Gaal's starting XI despite talk of a permanent move to Juventus this summer.
There is a grand total of £2.5billion of debt spread around the Premier League clubs. Here, Sportsmail's Nick Harris breaks down the stats so you can see exactly how your club are getting on...
Sebastian Vettel will 'get p****d tonight' to celebrate his victory at the Malaysian Grand Prix. The 27-year-old produced a stunning performance to win in his Ferrari at the Sepang International Circuit.
Real Madrid star Martin Odegaard has become the youngest player to start a European Championship qualifier, for Norway at the age of 16 years and 101 days.
Amir Khan visited the bright lights of Las Vegas this week as the Bolton-born boxer visited a nightclub with his wife and American TV personality Scott Disick on Friday night.
Lewis Hamilton secured the 40th pole of his grand prix career at a rain-hit Sepang on Saturday but the question afterwards was whether Nico Rosberg had attempted to block him in qualifying.
Mateo Kovacic will not be joining Liverpool from Inter Milan, according to Kovacic's representative Nikky Vuksan. Kovacic has scored eights goals in 34 games from midfield this season,
England's match in Turin on Tuesday will evoke memories of Italia 90. Even in defeat, the World Cup semi-final against West Germany remains English football’s best moment since 1966.
Jordan Henderson has given the biggest indication yet that he will stay at Liverpool even though his contract runs out in 2016, saying talks between his agent and the club 'will get sorted'.
NICK HARRIS: The Premier League has never been richer, but there are over £2.5billion of debts. The boom-and-bust culture of unsustainable spending to buy success can financially ruin any team.
By giving a new sportswear deal to twice-convicted drugs cheat Justin Gatlin, Nike is legitimising the taking of performance-enhancing drugs in sport by making a cheat look cool.
NICK HARRIS: The shocking decline of young English players in the Premier League is revealed by new research published by The Mail on Sunday as Greg Dyke calls for change.
Harry Kane is English football's Linsanity - a name given to the hysteria surrounding Jesse Lin, then of the New York Knicks, when he inspired his team to a sensational winning streak.
Northampton winger George North has been warned he could put his career in jeopardy if he plays again this season after suffering a third confirmed concussion in the space of four months.
Manny Pacquiao has splashed out £8.4million on a luxury new mansion in Beverly Hills, but it was four tickets to the fight against Floyd Mayweather that sealed the deal.
The worry for England is that things could get worse before they get better. The cricket itself is bad enough. But we're thinking of events off the field.
The ponytail has gone, along with the modelling career and a shedload of money, but the ebullient Darragh MacAnthony is not a man to look back and dwell.
Frank Lampard has taken advantage of the international break to check out properties in Manhattan with his fiancee Christine Bleakley ahead of his move to New York City in July.
Many former England stars have opted for the sofa. Who can blame them? Coaching is a vocation, an all-consuming passion; not something to dabble at in the hope of discovering you possess a magical gift.
Roy Hodgson's side travel to Turin in search of an eighth consecutive victory ahead of their date with Italy. Who are the Azzurri players to watch out for on Tuesday?
Gareth Bale insists the intense criticism of his Real Madrid form will fall on deaf ears and he is firmly confident of his elite abilities, after leading Wales to a 3-0 win in Israel.
Lionel Messi and his Argentina teammates took a break from training in America to pose for a photo with professional basketball player Pablo Prigioni.
As Chris Smalling continues his efforts to convince Louis van Gaal he is worth another contract at Manchester United, he is safe in the knowledge Roy Hodgson has always admired him.
Louis van Gaal has not gone trophyless in his first season at Manchester United after all as the Dutchman received the Anton Geesink Award in his native country on Sunday night.
LAURIE WHITWELL: When Louis van Gaal has time out from plotting Manchester United’s Champions League return, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink would love a coffee to seek his advice.
For Italy manager Antonio Conte, Tuesday's friendly against England in Turin should have represented a triumphant homecoming to the stadium where he led Juventus to three Serie A titles.
Australians are renowned for knowing how to party and the Australia cricket team stayed true to tradition after securing their fifth World Cup title with a seven wicket victory over New Zealand.
Kell Brook is giving Amir Khan 48 hours to commit to a Battle of Britain at Wembley Stadium on June 13, or else he will find another big name to be given the Special K treatment this summer.
JONATHAN MCEVOY: Lewis Hamilton was involved in a series of curt radio exchanges with his team as Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel was the surprise winner of the Malaysian Grand Prix. 
Theo Walcott has one message to send to rivals competing for his place in the England team: Bring it on. he Arsenal winger spent practically an entire year out for club and country.
Italian star Valentino Rossi pipped Andrea Dovizioso to win the opening race of the 2015 MotoGP season in Qatar. Rossi, a seven-time world champion in MotoGP, had started on the third row.
Amir Khan has added fuel to the Kell Brook by fire by claiming that NOBODY in America knows who he is and rejected calls to fight him at Wembley Stadium in June.
Rafael Nadal’s season plunged to a new low when he was dismissed from the Miami Open by Fernando Verdasco, one of those compatriots he usually defeats for a pastime.
The Football Association will not be allowed to lay a wreath in Turin this week to mark the 30th anniversary of the Heysel disaster, it has been confirmed.
Steve Bruce has shown he's not quite the lean fit athlete he once was but showed some impressive diving skills. The former Manchester United defender is currently enjoying a trip away.
NIK SIMON'S GAINLINE: Jonny Wilkinson has dismissed speculation that he is poised to take up a role with England ahead of this year’s World Cup.
It went on for an age and a shambolic England side went home before it got interesting. Wisden Editor Lawrence Booth picks his highlights and lowlights of the Cricket World Cup.
John Barnes claims he is struggling to get a job in management because he is black. The former Liverpool star's last managerial job was at Tranmere in 2009.
NEIL ASHTON: Tottenham forward Harry Kane will make the final decision on whether to play in this summer’s European Under 21 championship after talks with manager Gareth Southgate.
Serena Williams ruthlessly ended the challenge of 15-year-old wildcard CiCi Bellis to ease into the fourth round of the Miami Open on Sunday.
NEIL ASHTON: Raheem Sterling's contract talks at Liverpool have taken a dramatic twist after it emerged he is prepared to turn down one of the biggest deals in the club’s history.
Former world No 1 Tiger Woods will drop outside the top 100 in the rankings on Monday for the first time in more than 18 years. The 39-year-old is likely to slip to No 102 when the list is adjusted.
Hometown boy Jimmy Walker held his nerve to close out victory at the Valero Texas Open at TPC San Antonio after a final round of 70 maintained his four-shot overnight lead.
Juventus have revived their interest in Chelsea midfielder Oscar. Scouts from the Italian league leaders were present in Paris on Thursday night specifically to watch the Brazilian against France.
Arsenal, Manchester City and Chelsea have all made enquiries for Palermo striker Paulo Dybala. The 21-year-old is valued at £30million by club president Mauro Zamparini.
Arsenal target Charles Aranguiz has admitted it would be a ‘dream’ to move to the north London club. Aranguiz played at The Emirates on Sunday as Chile lost 1-0 against Brazil.
During the lengthy inquest into England’s dismal performance at last summer’s World Cup, Roy Hodgson reflected on a team that had been roughed up at the highest level.
Alexandre Lacazette scored his first international goal while Arsenal's Olivier Giroud was also on target as France beat Denmark 2-0 in a friendly match on Sunday.
Arsenal legend Thierry Henry gave fans at Anfield a glimpse of his very, very best after nailing a cheeky pass to Ryan Babel during an All-Stars game between a Steven Gerrard XI and a Jamie Carragher XI.
CHIEF SPORTS WRITER MARTIN SAMUEL: Australia. That's the problem. In any other circumstances, Tottenham Hotspur's fears over Harry Kane and burnout might deserve consideration.
All this week, Sportsmail have been running down the top 50 most shocking moments in the history of the Barclays Premier League. Here, we reach the finale of our countdown.
Floyd Mayweather Jnr has refused to agree to a $5million (£3.4m) fine should either he or Manny Pacquiao fail a drug test, according to the Filipino star's adviser. Both fighters are subject to testing.