Jofra Archer has revealed he suffered racist abuse on social media after being withdrawn from England’s squad for the second Test against the West Indies last week for breaching bio-secure protocols.

Archer, who was fined but is available for the third Test which starts on Friday after returning two negative coronavirus tests, accepts he made a mistake but insists he will not tolerate being the target of racism.

FULL STORY: Jofra Archer reports racist abuse on social media to the ECB

Jack Grealish vowed he is focused on Aston Villa’s survival fight and refused to be drawn on his future.

The hosts are out of the Premier League relegation zone for the first time since February after Trezeguet gave them a vital 1-0 win over Arsenal on Tuesday.

Grealish has been strongly linked with a move to Manchester United this summer but insisted he had not considered if Tuesday was his last game at Villa Park.

FULL STORY: Jack Grealish has his full focus on Aston Villa’s last game in survival battle

Wigan administrators say they have identified a preferred bidder and hope to exchange contracts on July 31.

The Championship club were placed in administration on July 1, less than a month after a change of ownership.

The club also face a 12-point penalty from the English Football League for entering administration, which could yet relegate them, although the administrators have appealed against it.

FULL STORY: Wigan administrators identify best bidder ‘for creditors and for football club’