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Wales boss Ryan Giggs to help Gareth Bale over fitness issues

New Wales manager Ryan Giggs believes his fitness expertise will help improve Gareth Bale’s injury record.

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Captain Eoin Morgan was at the crease as England set a target in Sydney (John Walton/PA)

Australian seamers start well in Sydney

England were battling to build a defendable total as Australia’s bowlers put the squeeze on in the third one-day international in Sydney.

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Caroline Wozniacki is through to the quarter-finals after victory over Magdalena Rybarikova

Caroline Wozniacki hits tweener in Australian Open victory

Caroline Wozniacki hit form at the Australian Open to race into the quarter-finals with victory over Magdalena Rybarikova.

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Chelsea v Arsenal ? Carabao Cup ? Semi Final ? First Leg ? Stamford Bridge

Jose Mourinho confident Manchester United will complete Alexis Sanchez deal

Jose Mourinho expects Manchester United will soon sign Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez after he missed the Gunners’ win over Crystal Palace to travel north to discuss the switch.

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England bat first in third ODI against Australia

England bat first in third ODI against Australia

England were asked to bat first in the third one-day international against Australia, with the series on the line at the SCG.

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Australian seamers start well in Sydney

Australian seamers start well in Sydney

Australia put the squeeze on England’s top order in the third one-day international in Sydney, with the tourists 69 for two after 15 overs.

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Robbie Neilson spent 13 months in charge of MK Dons

Manager Robbie Neilson leaves MK Dons

MK Dons and manager Robbie Neilson have parted company by mutual consent.

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Toby Flood

Adam Radwan treble helps keep Newcastle perfect in the Challenge Cup

Adam Radwan scored a hat-trick of tries as Newcastle made it six wins from six in Challenge Cup Pool One after a 33-19 win over Enisei-STM.

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Buttler brilliance carries England to 302

Buttler brilliance carries England to 302

Jos Buttler struck a magnificent century as England set Australia 303 to save the one-day series in Sydney.

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England v Australia ? ICC Champions Trophy ? Group A ? Edgbaston

Australia chasing 303 to keep series alive after Buttler brilliance

Jos Buttler struck a magnificent century as England set Australia 303 to save the one-day series in Sydney.

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Rafael Nadal survived his first real test of the Australian Open against Diego Schwartzman

Rafael Nadal battles into quarter-finals

Rafael Nadal dropped his first set of the tournament but recovered to defeat Diego Schwartzman and ensure he will stay world number one after the Australian Open.

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Kyle Edmund celebrates after defeating Italy?s Andreas Seppi

Kyle Edmund powers into first grand slam quarter-final

Kyle Edmund fought off weariness and Andreas Seppi to reach his first grand slam quarter-final at the Australian Open.

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Jurgen Klopp is on his best run as Liverpool manager (Martin Rickett/PA).

Klopp still looking for consistency from Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp may be in his best spell as Liverpool manager but the German still craves consistency from his team.

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England v Sri Lanka ? Royal London One Day International Series ? First One Day International ? Trent Bridge

Jos Buttler masterclass leaves England on course for series-clinching victory

Jos Buttler struck a magnificent century, leaving England defending 303 against Australia in the third one-day international at Sydney.

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Sergio Aguero (left) scored a hat-trick against Newcastle

Sergio Aguero plays down heroics after Manchester City get back on track

Sergio Aguero played down his own heroics after Manchester City got their title charge moving again with victory over his favourite whipping boys Newcastle.

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Cleveland Cavaliers? LeBron James, was hoping to reach a career milestone (Tony Dejak/AP)

Oklahoma City Thunder keep LeBron James quiet in huge win

LeBron James only had 18 points to remain short of 30,000 in his career as the Cleveland Cavaliers went down heavily to the Oklahoma City Thunder.

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Sam Allardyce

Back-to-basics approach has stopped working, admits Toffees boss Allardyce

Sam Allardyce’s back-to-basics plan has lost its way at Everton and the manager has urged the players to refocus to avoid a slide back into relegation trouble.

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Sergio Aguero was spot on for Manchester City

Manchester City v Newcastle – story of the match

Sergio Aguero scored a hat-trick as Manchester City restored their 12-point lead at the top of the Premier League with a 3-1 win over Newcastle at the Etihad Stadium.

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Antonio Conte

Chelsea boss Conte happy to prove critics wrong with thumping win at Brighton

Antonio Conte felt Chelsea proved a point to the cynics after a thumping 4-0 victory at Brighton.

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Jonathan Joseph

Bath get that sinking feeling after falling short in Champions Cup

Bath’s hopes of snatching a place in the Champions Cup quarter-finals fell short in Italy as they failed to win by as many points as they needed to overtake Saracens.

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