The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has said it will hear banned track coach Alberto Salazar's appeal to overturn his four-year doping suspension in November.
The game will also be moved from Aug. 29 and be played sometime on Labor Day weekend.
The summer transfer window is fast approaching with the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool all looking strengthen. Express Sport brings you updates throughout the day.
Statements barely addressing an unarmed black man’s death are closer to obligation than any commitment to social justice
Sanctions will take effect when the Court of Arbitration for Sport’s panel of three judges give its verdict
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New York Rangers prospect K’Andre Miller is finally speaking out in the wake of the George Floyd protests about an April incident where he was targeted by racial slurs in the comment section of a live Zoom Q&A.
Russian figure skater Alexei Krasnozhon, who competes for the US, has spoken out against the protests now sweeping the country, saying he is ready to resist looting and violence with help of a “baseball bat.”
Jeff Stelling tells Express Sport that Soccer Saturday may not return when Premier League football resumes.
World soccer's governing body FIFA has asked competition organisers to use "common sense" with players who show messages of protest over the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man killed in police custody in the United States.
Figure skating Olympic gold medalist Alina Zagitova has resumed full-time training after an enforced two-month hiatus, sparkling speculation of a possible return to competitive sport.
With Formula 1 set to roar back into action on June 5, the sport's chief technical officer has revealed the huge series of measures that will be used to bring the sport back to our screens in Austria later this month.