● England: Who might Eddie Jones pick for the 2023 World Cup? Which young stars might Eddie Jones pick in a bid to propel England to World Cup glory in 2023?
● Killing Eve: Third season divides critics Reviewers are in two minds about the third season of the BBC's darkly comic thriller.
● Coronavirus: Insurance companies pause dividend payments Insurers have followed regulatory advice to scrap dividends during the coronavirus crisis
● Coronavirus: Black Sabbath star Tony Iommi auctions guitar Tony Iommi will donate money raised by the auction to University Hospitals Birmingham.
● John Prine: Bruce Springsteen leads tributes to late singer The Grammy-winning country-folk singer died aged 73, due to coronavirus complications.
● Leeds United report £21.4m annual loss for 2018-19 Championship leaders Leeds United report an annual loss of £21.4m for the year ending June 2019.
● Flower power: How plants bounce back after crushing blows Some flowers have remarkable powers of resilience after injuries including being walked on by humans.
● White Stuff founder wants to plant trees to shield unlawful tennis court Fashion chain boss Sean Thomas is trying to prevent additions to his home from being torn down.
● Ben Stokes: Wisden name England all-rounder leading cricketer in world Ben Stokes becomes the first Englishman since 2005 to be named Wisden's leading cricketer in the world.
● Coronavirus: New London bus safety measures after nine worker deaths Passengers will only be able to use middle-doors on some vehicles as part of a four-week trial.
● Coronavirus: Oxford junior doctors keep video diaries Junior doctors Emma and Adam are becoming doctors a year early to help with the coronavirus crisis.
● Match of the Day: Top 10 podcast - Premier League managers Our Match of the Day pundits discuss just who is the best ever Premier League manager?
● Coronavirus: Ambulance staff 'feeling unprotected' The GMB union says ambulance staff are still being put at risk by a lack of adequate protective equipment.
● Coronavirus lockdown sees air pollution plummet across UK Levels of nitrogen dioxide fall by an average 40% on the same period last year.
● Common consensus is Ryder Cup won't happen without fans - Team Europe captain Harrington Team Europe captain Padraig Harrington says “the common consensus" is that the Ryder Cup will not be held unless fans are able to...
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● Patrick Vieira and Robert Pires fire Arsenal to 2001 FA Cup semi-final win against Spurs Patrick Vieira and Robert Pires earn Arsenal a 2-1 FA Cup semi-final win over north London rivals Tottenham at Old Trafford in 2001.
● Musicians in lockdown: How British bands are keeping creative for their fans Marcus Mumford, The Amazons and The Big Moon discusses the role of musicians in a global lockdown.
● Quarantine & Chill: The best clips from social media this week BBC Sport's Liam Loftus takes a look at the funniest and most impressive social media clips from the world of sport.
● Coronavirus: Tesco tells people to visit stores to get food The supermarket says there is 'simply not enough capacity' to supply everyone with online shopping.
● Coronavirus: Chief rabbi says Passover in lockdown will be 'challenging' Ephraim Mirvis says the "ultimate family-orientated event" will be different due to social distancing.
● Coronavirus briefing: Boris Johnson health latest and Wuhan lifts lockdown Your morning briefing for Wednesday 8 April 2020.
● Coronavirus: 'Eight out of 10 firms to furlough staff over next week' A survey also finds almost a third of firms intend to furlough all workers due to the coronavirus outbreak.
● Coronavirus: Wuhan emerges from the harshest of lockdowns As Wuhan lifts its severe lockdown, there is anger, relief and even defiance from some residents.