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Wales look the better side and have home advantage but England will make it a lot closer than people think, says Jonathan Davies.
BBC Sport reports on the crowd trouble which overshadowed the Africa Cup of Nations semi-final between Ghana and hosts Equatorial Guinea.
The glitz and glamour of Hollywood will arrive in London for the BAFTAs on Sunday.
Gary Locke is placed in charge of the Kilmarnock first team after Allan Johnston's expected departure is brought forward.
West Brom ready to sell Saido Berahino, West Ham eye Steven Caulker, Man Utd want PSV winger Memphis Depay and more.
Budget retailer Poundland agrees to buy 99p Stores for £55m, subject to approval by competition authorities.
A young boy who once gave bone marrow to his sister is now in urgent need of a transplant himself, but faces an uphill battle because the number of registered donors from ethnic minorities is low.
Robbie Savage gives his verdict on which teams will survive in the Premier League - and who is heading for the Championship.
Fewer children have rotten teeth, according to the latest report on a dental drive through schools in disadvantaged areas.
The father of a Limavady schoolgirl warns parents to be vigilant when their children are using the internet after his daughter was groomed on a social media site.
Bowel cancer tests which are currently available for people aged over 60 will not be extended to those in their fifties, the Welsh government says.
District nurses in Northern Ireland are under-staffed, under-resourced and often abused while treating patients in the community, according to the Royal College of Nursing.
Thousands of people gathered in front of the Greek parliament on Thursday evening to support their new government.
Chimpanzees from The Netherlands who were moved to Edinburgh Zoo appear to have learnt to speak in a Scottish accent.
A California bank is to close its money transfer service to Somalia over concerns the funds are being channelled to militants.
East Timor's Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao - who led the nation to independence from Indonesia in 2002 - submits his resignation letter.
Custody suites in Kent are "among the worst" seen by inspectors, with racist and pornographic graffiti daubed on the walls, the prison watchdog says.
Harvard University introduces a total ban on relationships between professors and students in bid to stop sexual harassment.
Severe winter weather has been causing chaos for many across parts of Europe, including Sweden, Italy and Spain.
A fire in a small wholesale market in southern China's Guangdong province kills 17 people, state media say.