Saracens scandal shatters rugby union’s illusion it ever held the moral high ground | Marina Hyde

Rugby seems to have firm belief in its own probity but has been reminded that, like most elite sport, it is a morality free zone

Australian Open: Serena Williams v Tamara Zidansek, Federer in action – live!

It’s day three at Melbourne Park. Join Tumaini Carayol for updates from the evening’s action

Héctor Bellerín leaves it late to secure 10-man Arsenal a draw at Chelsea

César Azpilicueta gave Chelsea a 2-1 lead after 84 minutes but Héctor Bellerín curled in an equaliser from 18 yards to earn Arsenal a 2-2 draw

Chelsea v Arsenal: Premier League – live!

Minute-by-minute report: Join Simon Burnton for the latest from Stamford Bridge as Arsenal look to avenge last month’s defeat

'They have to repent': Bristol owner calls for Saracens to face disrepute charge

The RFU insisted there are no plans for an independent inquiry after Bristol owner Steve Lansdown called for Saracens to face a disrepute charge

Maria Sharapova unsure if she will return to Australian Open after early exit

Maria Sharapova offered no guarantees that she will be back at the Australian Open after a first-round defeat against Donna Vekic on Tuesday

Australian Open 2020: Kyrgios v Sonego, plus Halep in action – live!

Rolling report: Follow all the action from day two at Melbourne Park with Tumaini Carayol

Eddie Jones to gather England squad for peace talks over Saracens furore

England head coach Eddie Jones will hold clear-the-air talks with his squad in Portugal next week in the hope that any club rivalries are quashed ahead of the Six Nations

Nigel Wray’s gold rather than an ideology paved The Saracens Way to success | Jonathan Liew

From the Champions League to Test cricket to Team GB: where money flows, success often follows. But as a country we don’t really like to talk about that

Joe Root says world No 1 Test ranking is back in England’s sights

Joe Root has said England are targeting becoming the No 1 team in the world following a crushing innings-and-53 run win in the third Test against South Africa

England thrash South Africa by an innings and 53 runs to take 2-1 lead

England have won the third Test after a commanding display in Port Elizabeth to take a 2-1 series lead before the fourth and final Test in Johannesburg

South Africa v England: third Test, day five – live!

Over-by-over report: Will England wrap things up against South Africa or can the weather save the hosts? Join Simon Burnton to find out

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