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Australia v Bangladesh: Cricket World Cup 2019 – live!

Cricket World Cup updates from the match at Trent BridgeTalking points after the first half of the tournamentAny thoughts? Email or tweet @GeoffLemonSport 10.29am BST Morning all! Or other times of day depending where you are. It’s morning at Trent Bri…

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Australia v Bangladesh: Cricket World Cup 2019 – live!

Cricket World Cup updates from the match at Trent BridgeTalking points after the first half of the tournamentAny thoughts? Email or tweet @GeoffLemonSport 10.29am BST Morning all! Or other times of day depending where you are. It’s morning at Trent Bri…

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Women’s World Cup game-changing moments No 4: Brandi Chastain in 1999

The 1999 World Cup games were watched by 660,000 fans and will for ever be associated with USA defender celebrating the winning penalty by ripping off her shirtThe Rose Bowl, Pasadena – a virtual cauldron on a typically sweltering Californian summer’s …

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Women’s World Cup game-changing moments No 4: Brandi Chastain in 1999

The 1999 World Cup games were watched by 660,000 fans and will for ever be associated with USA defender celebrating the winning penalty by ripping off her shirtThe Rose Bowl, Pasadena – a virtual cauldron on a typically sweltering Californian summer’s …

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Cricket’s Superman, a history of women’s football and bad unveilings

This week’s roundup also features legendary commentary, England in cricket World Cup finals and green baize antipathy1) The Women’s World Cup is heating up, so let’s have a look at some history. Here’s a documentary celebrating 50 years of the Donny Be…

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EFL fixtures: Luton face Middlesbrough and Salford play Stevenage on day one

• EFL fixtures for the 2019-20 season announced• Woodgate’s first game in charge of Boro is on 2 AugustJonathan Woodgate’s managerial debut will be the first match of the 2019-20 EFL season. Middlesbrough installed the 39-year-old former England intern…

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Football transfer rumours: David Brooks to Manchester United?

Today’s nonsense didn’t get a cakeManchester United “have agreed to pay £55m” to sign Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace. After weeks of negotiating a fee for the scorer of one of the finest own goals you’ll ever see, they’ve finally done it. Ed Woo…

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USA women face Sweden in first true test with chance to exorcise Rio ghosts

Three years after Sweden handed the US women their earliest ever exit from a major tournament, the Americans can score revenge while making a statement in their first true World Cup testMegan Rapinoe insists that she has moved on from the 2016 Olympics…

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Fernando Alonso bows out unbeaten as Le Mans looks to the future | Giles Richards

Spaniard joins an illustrious list but leaves endurance racing as organisers are eager to revitalise and level playing fieldAfter victory on Sunday at the Le Mans 24 hours Fernando Alonso left the Circuit de la Sarthe having joined a very select club. …

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Championship fixtures 2019-20: Middlesbrough visit Luton Town on opening night

Jonathan Woodgate’s Middlesbrough will play Championship new boys Luton Town in the opening match of the 2019-20 English Football League season.Boro, who appointed Woodgate…

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Lionel Messi penalty salvages Copa América point for Argentina

Spot kick cancels out Richard Sánchez opener Colombia qualify for quarter-finals with win over QatarLionel Messi scored from the penalty spot to salvage a 1-1 draw for Argentina against Paraguay in the Copa América as his side rode their luck to cling …

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Plenty of room for improvement as Matildas turn attention to Norway | Richard Parkin

Nothing but a complete performance – in defence, midfield and attack – will be enough in the World Cup knockout stageIn terms of the spectacle, you could not have asked for more from Australia’s 4-1 win over Jamaica. A pulsating end-to-end clash, enliv…

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Women’s World Cup 2019: Scotland heartbreak, England joy & all the goals

Watch all the best bits from day 13 of the Women’s World Cup, including dramatic scenes as Argentina stage a late comeback against Scotland.WATCH MORE: All the goals as Marta makes history, Kerr hits four & Jamaica celebrateAvailable to UK users on…

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Women’s World Cup 2019: Scotland heartbreak, England joy & all the goals

Watch all the best bits from day 13 of the Women’s World Cup, including dramatic scenes as Argentina stage a late comeback against Scotland.WATCH MORE: All the goals as Marta makes history, Kerr hits four & Jamaica celebrateAvailable to UK users on…

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Simon Speirs’ family fear more lives could be at risk in Clipper race

Amateur sailor’s widow Margaret says company has ‘failed in so many ways’The family of an amateur sailor who died after being swept overboard in a round-the-world yacht race have claimed more lives may be at risk unless the organisers implement safety …

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Simon Speirs’ family fear more lives could be at risk in Clipper race

Amateur sailor’s widow Margaret says company has ‘failed in so many ways’The family of an amateur sailor who died after being swept overboard in a round-the-world yacht race have claimed more lives may be at risk unless the organisers implement safety …

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Talking Horses: Stradivarius can win second Gold Cup at Royal Ascot

The selection can outclass Dee Ex Bee and Cross Counter, whose globetrotting exploits, while impressive, still leave him something to prove hereSome interesting new opponents line up against Stradivarius in this Gold Cup, suggesting the chestnut is sti…

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England style of play is non-negotiable – Phil Neville

England manager Phil Neville insists his team’s playing style is “non-negotiable” after they beat Japan to top Group D at the Women’s World Cup.England were put under heavy…

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England style of play is non-negotiable – Phil Neville

England manager Phil Neville insists his team’s playing style is “non-negotiable” after they beat Japan to top Group D at the Women’s World Cup.England were put under heavy…

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Neville looks forward to ‘business end’ of World Cup as England cruise through

• Manager will not compromise on style or rotation tactics• England to face a third-placed team in last 16 on SundayPhil Neville looked forward to the “business end” of the World Cup insistent that England’s new possession-based approach will not be co…