Roy Hodgson has brought Southampton defender Ryan Bertrand into the England squad to face Italy in Turin.
The England boss saw fit to call-up the left-back after Leighton Baines, James Milner and Danny Welbeck withdrew.
Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck has pulled out of the England squad to face Italy because of a knee injury he suffered in Friday's 4-0 win over Lithuania, the Football Association has announced.
Nathan Hines has little interest in any Aviva Premiership points target as Sale Sharks continue their quest to secure European Champions Cup qualification.
Sale are currently seventh in the Premiership table - one place off sealing a guaranteed Champions Cup place next term - with five games left.
I don't know what will get us into the top six. All I know is we want to win every game.
If we are thinking about how many games we need to win, that will be our undoing.
We are just thinking about Gloucester, win that one, chalk that one up and then move on to the next. That is the best and most efficient way to look at it, really.
I know it's a cliche to say one game at a time, but if you start spreading your focus around too many things, you will come unstuck.
It's about making sure not to worry if we win and someone else loses. It's more about worrying about our own performance as a team and as individuals. It's about getting our own stuff right.
Winger George North says he's feeling OK after being knocked out during Northampton Saints' win over Wasps.
The Welshman suffered a knee to the head by Nathan Hughes, who was sent off for dangerous play but protested his innocence.
North was stretchered off unconscious and in a neck brace, but tweeted to say he was fine.
Thanks for all the messages. Feeling ok, up and about. ?
Rafael van der Vaart and Marcell Jansen will leave Hamburg in the summer after not being offer new deals.
Both will be out of contract in the summer, and the club's director of sport Dietmar Beiersdorfer has confirmed they have no future at Hmaburg.
"Rafael and Marcell know that we are not going to hold any talks with them over contract extensions," Beiersdorfer said on his club's website.
"With Heiko and Slobodan, we've left it open. We've postponed a decision and told the players this.
"The players have assured us that ensuring Hamburg avoid relegation is the absolute priority and that they will put everything into this."
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Australian captain Michael Clarke has said he will retire from one-day cricket after the World Cup final against New Zealand on Sunday.
The 33-year-old made the surprise announcement at a press conference in Melbourne ahead of the match against the Black Caps.
In a statement on Cricket Australia's official news outlet he said: "Just so everyone is aware, tomorrow will be my last ODI game for Australia.
"I've just spoken to my teammates and spoken to (Cricket Australia CEO) James Sutherland and (National Selection Panel chairman) Rod Marsh and (Bupa Support Team head coach) Darren Lehmann and informed them tomorrow will be my last ODI for Australia.
"It's certainly been an honour and a privilege to represent my country."
It took just 80 seconds and three touches for Tottenham striker Harry Kane to score his first England senior goal - a moment he told ITV Sport's Gabriel Clarke is the highlight of his career so far.
Watch the interview with him and England captain Wayne Rooney in the player above.