A sparkling hundred from Joe Root put England in position to push for victory in the second Test against West Indies reports BBC Sport
Root hit 118 not out, his sixth Test century, as the tourists reached 373-6 in their first innings, leading West Indies by 74 with two days to go
Ferrari are holding off signing a new contract with Kimi Raikkonen, saying the reason is to ensure the Finnish driver stays motivated this season reports BBC F1
His deal runs out this year and Ferrari have an option to retain the 35-year-old alongside Sebastian Vettel in 2016
James Anderson said he was relieved and proud to have overtaken Sir Ian Botham as England’s top Test wicket-taker reports BBC Sport
Anderson had West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin caught at slip for his 384th victim as the first Test was drawn.
Gary Ballance’s century and a stunning Chris Jordan catch set up England’s victory push in the first Test against West Indies in Antigua reports BBC Sport
Ballance hit 122, Joe Root 59 and Jos Buttler a rapid unbeaten 59 to help the tourists declare on 333-7
Lewis Hamilton cruised to victory in the F1 Grand Prix of China reports BBC Sport
Jordan Spieth seeks to extend his lead on day two of the 79th Masters at Augusta reports BBC Sport
Former world number one Tiger Woods says he has worked “his ass off” to get himself ready for this year’s Masters reports BBC Sport
The 39-year-old is bidding for his 15th major at Augusta, two months after taking an indefinite break from golf.
Andros Townsend hopes he has quietened the doubters “for a few months” after his 25-yard equaliser earned England a 1-1 friendly draw in Italy reports BBC Sport
The 23-year-old, who started just two Premier League games for Tottenham before January, came off the bench to cancel out Graziano Pelle’s opener
Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari victory in the Malaysian Grand Prix came out of the blue, but it was a very welcome surprise reports BBC Sport
A superior tyre strategy by the Ferrari team combined with Vettel’s excellent race pace proved too good for Hamilton and Mercedes. Kimi Raikkonen recovered well from his 1st lap puncture and will be a force to be reckoned with in 2015.
Fernando Alonso and Valtteri Bottas have been passed fit to race in this weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix reports BBC Sport
Alonso was examined by doctors at Sepang on Thursday and the FIA said he had “passed all mandatory fitness tests”.
Williams driver Bottas, 25, who missed the Australian Grand Prix after injuring his back during qualifying, was also passed fit