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Cricket – Aussies on top at Gabba

Australian pace bowler Josh Hazlewood reckons his side are in the box seat after Marnus Labuschagne scored a priceless hundred on day one of the fourth and deciding Test against India in Brisbane.

Labuschagne scored 108 from 204 balls – his fifth Tes…


Soccer – Rashford sets sights on Liverpool

Marcus Rashford has urged his Manchester United team-mates to seize the advantage in the Premier League title race ahead of Sunday’s trip to Liverpool.

United head to Anfield determined to maintain their position at the summit having knocked Liverpoo…


Soccer – Arteta disappointed by Palace stalemate

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta believes the Gunners lacked “freshness” after they were held to a goalless draw at home to Crystal Palace on Thursday.

Arsenal had eased the pressure on manager Arteta with four straight wins in all competitions but they …


Snooker – Higgins eyes improvement to beat O’Sullivan

John Higgins feels that an improvement in his game will be needed to beat Ronnie O’Sullivan in their quarter final clash at the Masters on Friday night.

Speaking to World Snooker after his win over Allen, Higgins said: “I know there is no crowd there…


Soccer – Parker backs Fulham to beat the drop

Scott Parker hailed his Fulham side as “immense” and backed the Cottagers to stay up as they fought back to draw 1-1 in their hastily rearranged Premier League trip to Tottenham.

That was a fifth successive draw for Fulham, who are now two points beh…


Soccer – Guardiola hails Foden form

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola insists Phil Foden “lives for football” and his hard work is paying off following a consistent run of high-level performances.

The England international has already featured 53 times for City, scoring ten times, …


F1 – Merc carrot not distracting Russell

George Russell has said he will put his hopes of a future permanent drive with top team Mercedes to the back of his mind as he concentrates on his 2021 campaign with Williams.

The British driver made a big impression on the F1 paddock when he got his…


Soccer – We have rediscovered our identity – Wilder

Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder says his team has “rediscovered their identity” after securing their first win of the season against Newcastle United.

The Blades got off the mark at the 18th attempt thanks to a second-half penalty from Billy Sharp…


Soccer – Solskjaer ready for Liverpool challenge

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says his side are ready for their clash with Liverpool at the weekend as they moved three points clear at the top of the table thanks to their win over Burnley.

The Red Devils travelled to Turf Moor on Tues…


Cricket – India won’t risk Bumrah in fourth Test

India pace ace Jasprit Bumrah has been ruled out of the fourth and final Test against Australia in Brisbane – in a bid to make sure he’s fit to take on England.

Bumrah, the spearhead of the Indian attack, has sustained an abdominal strain and won’t b…


Soccer – Nuno talks up Everton threat

Wolves manager Nuno Santo has a lot of respect for Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton and expects nothing other than a “tough” test at Molineux on Tuesday.

Wolves were comfortable 3-0 winners when they hosted the Toffees in July of last season but Nuno unders…


Soccer – Praet blow for Foxes

Leicester manager Brendan Rogers has confirmed that Belgium international Dennis Praet has suffered another injury setback at the King Power Stadium.

The Foxes signed Praet for £18million in 2019 from Serie A side Sampdoria, where he made 98 appearan…


Horse Racing – Cleeve next for Paisley Park

Horse Racing – Cleeve next for Paisley Park
Paisley Park has come out of his epic Long Walk Hurdle duel with Thyme Hill in excellent shape, with trainer Emma Lavelle looking towards this month’s Cleeve Hurdle for her stable star.

Already a two-time …


Soccer – Mourinho pleased with Alli attitude

Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho was full of praise for attacker Dele Alli after the 5-0 romp over Marine in the FA Cup.

The Premier League side travelled to Merseyside to face the non-league outfit – who are currently playing in the eighth tier – on Sun…


Golf – Kapalua win not enough to satisfy English

Harris English says he is “still not satisfied” with his game despite ending an eight-year title drought with victory at the Sentry Tournament of Champions.

Stewart Cink (11 years), Martin Laird (seven), Brian Gay (seven) and Robert Streb (six) had a…


Golf – Thomas starts hot in Hawaii

Justin Thomas made the perfect start to the new golf season after claiming a share of the first-round lead in the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii.

Thomas shot an eight-under par round of 65 to sit at the top of the leaderboard alongside Harr…


Soccer – Nagelsmann dismisses Dortmund rumours

RB Leipzig boss Julian Nagelsmann insists fans do not need to be concerned about his future at the club, having distanced himself from rumours linking him with the Borussia Dortmund job.

One of the brightest young coaches in European football, Nagels…


Soccer – Haller finalises Ajax move

West Ham United have confirmed striker Sebastian Haller has joined Dutch giants Ajax after failing to impress in East London.

The Ivory Coast international joined the Hammers for £45million in the summer of 2019 after catching the eye during his spel…


Formula One – Button hails Hamilton’s F1 status

Jenson Button is in no doubt that Lewis Hamilton is among the best F1 drivers of all time but admits there is no way to know for certain who the top dog is.

Mercedes man Hamilton sauntered to a seventh World Drivers’ Championship last year, equallin…


Rugby Union – Exeter wing Cuthbert to return in “foreseeable future”

Exeter Chiefs director of rugby Rob Baxter says winger Alex Cuthbert will not be rushed back from his latest injury lay-off and will instead return in the “foreseeable future”.

The Wales and British & Irish Lions star Cuthbert has endured a frustrati…