<strong>Carroll unlucky in U21 stalemate</strong><br />FOOTBALL: England Under-21s missed a hatful of chances but still claimed a valuable point in a 0-0 draw with Lithuania.<br /><br />Newcastle striker Andy Carroll hit the post and bar in a stalemate that keeps Stuart Pearce&rsquo;s side second in their qualifying group for the 2011 European Championships.<br /><br />Arsenal full back Kieran Gibbs was withdrawn in the first half with an injury.<br /><br /><strong>Six Wales changes for Argentina</strong><br />RUGBY UNION: Scarlets centre Jonathan Davies has been named as one of six changes to the Wales team for Saturday&rsquo;s visit of Argentina.<br /><br />Davies, 21, comes in at inside centre, meaning Jamie Roberts takes the No13 shirt.<br /><br />Coach Warren Gatland has also recalled Lions quartet Shane Williams, Stephen Jones, Matthew Rees and Martyn Williams, who were rested for last week&rsquo;s narrow win over Samoa. Gareth Cooper is preferred to Dwayne Peel at scrum-half.<br /><br /><strong>Westwood rues Hong Kong flop</strong><br />GOLF: England&rsquo;s Lee Westwood regrets playing last week&rsquo;s Hong Kong Open, which saw him knocked off the top of the European Tour&rsquo;s money list.<br /><br />Northern Ireland youngster Rory McIlroy goes into this week&rsquo;s season-ending tournament leading the Race to Dubai by &euro;128,000, after finishing second in Hong Kong.<br /><br />Westwood, who finished 54th, said: &ldquo;I think it probably was a mistake. I didn&rsquo;t know the course because I had never been there, but looking back it definitely didn&rsquo;t suit me.&rdquo;<br /><br /><strong>Roddick ruled out of London finale</strong><br />TENNIS: World No6 Andy Roddick last night withdrew from the World Tour Finals at the O2 Arena, London with injury.<br /><br />The 27-year-old American, who finished Wimbledon runner-up in July, has been sidelined for five weeks with a knee injury.<br /><br />Roddick said: &ldquo;I'm really disappointed. I love playing in London and I've heard so many good things about the venue.&rdquo;<br /><br />He will be replaced by Robin Soderling for the finale, which begins on Sunday.<br /><br /><strong>Paceman Lee mulling end of career</strong><br />CRICKET: Australia fast-bowler Brett Lee admits he may be forced to retire by a persistent elbow injury.<br /><br />The 33-year-old, who has taken 310 wickets in 76 Tests, is mulling his future after being ruled out for another 12 weeks.<br /><br />Lee said: &ldquo;It depends on how the operation goes &ndash; if that takes place &ndash; how the fitness is and how much I want it.&rdquo;<br />