With Friday comes the excitement for the weekend’s sporting fixtures, and with that Ben also brings you the big talking points in sport right now. ASA to fight the female gender ruling by the IAAF, Rio Ferdinand refused a boxing licence, Rory McIlroy says something controversial again, and Arsenal give Arsene Wenger an appropriate send-off in the Europe Thursday league.

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Liverpool made their fans a little nervous towards the end in Rome, but they are through to face Real Madrid in the Champions League final. FIFA want more money and therefore another kind of World Cup. Australia has a new cricket coach, Miami to possibly get a Grand Prix race, golf’s best assemble at the Wells Fargo, and match-fixing rocks the world of badminton.

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Wimbledon approaches, and as the prize pool grows, so does the debate over Serena Williams’ seeding. Aussie cricket now has an ‘ethics committee’, one of their rugby players was caught pissing in a bar though, new F1 rules, and a catch up on the semi-finals of the Champions League.

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The BlitzBoks slip up again, this time allowing Fiji to take the lead in the overall standings with two tournaments left. The latest from SuperRugby, Barca and Sundowns wrap up their respective league titles, and Man City hit the magical 100 point mark. All action in Baku as Hamilton gets his first F1 win of the season, and India don’t seem keen on pink ball cricket.

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Caster Semenya’s troubles will simply never end as the IAAF are set to reinstall the female testosterone limits. Real draw first blood against Bayern, Arsenal brace for their Europe Thursday Cup semi, and a lot of match fixing in tennis. Plus a look at the weekend’s sporting action.

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Salah just can’t stop scoring, as Liverpool put 5 past Roma at Anfield. More football fan violence as Roma fans hit the streets with belts as weapons. Bryan Habana to retire from all forms of rugby, Adriaan Strauss could return for the Boks, and it’s 50 days until #Russia2018.

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The PSL address the matter of the violent Chiefs fans, but what will really come out of it as the casualties are counted? The Proteas have announced their incoming tour fixtures for next summer, England’s rugby captain is also out of the SA tour now, Wenger unsure of his next step, and Liverpool to take another step towards the Champions League final.

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A big weekend of Nedbank Cup action is marred by violent Kaizer Chiefs fans storming the field after their team was ousted by Free State Stars. Chelsea and Man United advance to the FA Cup Final, the hottest London Marathon ever, and an interesting weekend of SuperRugby. Plus some high-profile manager departures in football for very different reasons.

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A full line-up of SuperRugby fixtures and some cup semi-final football too to enjoy this weekend. Money matters in cricket, a new format is being suggested by the ECB, Lance Armstrong finally pays his fraud lawsuit, and lots of golf to enjoy along with all of this.

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Man City are EPL champions and naturally have the most players in the PFA team of the year. Mo Farah to try and rise to the top in the world of marathons, Man United gear up for the FA Cup semi-finals, and a big doping ban taints the world of boxing.

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