Manchester United face a huge challenge if they are to progress past Paris St Germain in the Champions League on Wednesday night.
Daniel Congre swept home a second-half winner as Montpellier ended a five-match winless run in Ligue by beating managerless Bordeaux 2-1.
The Health Secretary has resisted campaigners’ pleas to invite a specialist surgeon from America to remove vaginal mesh implants and train Scottish doctors.
Rangers assistant manager Gary McAllister has challenged their central defenders to get among the goals more often after Joe Worrall broke his duck against Aberdeen on Sunday.
‘I thought I’d seen it all’ – Hundreds caught up in commuter chaos after rush-hour train breaks down in Angus
Rush-hour travel chaos reigned across Tayside and Fife when a cross-country train broke down in Angus.
Roma boss Eusebio Di Francesco wants everyone focused on “a game of life or death” against Porto in the Champions League rather than speculation over his future.
The First Ministers of Scotland and Wales have joined together to tell the Prime Minister her “reckless” behaviour over Brexit “must stop now”.
Police have recovered the decapitated head of an 800-year-old mummy that was stolen from a church in Dublin.
Warren Gatland says there is “no doubt” his Six Nations title and Grand Slam-chasing players have been distracted by Welsh rugby’s current domestic situation.
Irish police are helping counter-terror officers investigating the three small explosive devices sent to major transport hubs in London.