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Oz in command


Australia built a lead of nearly 300 against England when rain forced an early tea on the fourth day of the third Test at Old Trafford on Sunday.

KP avoided surgery fearing Ashes miss


England batsman Kevin Pietersen said he decided against surgery on his right knee that could have kept him sidelined for nine months so he could play in back-to-back Ashes series this year.

Oz strike early, Bell and KP fight back

Kevin Pietersen and Ian Bell kept Australia at bay with bold fifties but England still had plenty of work to do in the third Test at Old Trafford on Saturday.

Can aussies hit back?


Australia are pondering whether to recall controversial batsman David Warner for their must-win third Ashes Test against England at Old Trafford starting on Thursday.

Don't write Chelsea off too soon, warns Mancini


Roberto Mancini, the Manchester City manager, believes Chelsea could still have a say in the Premier League title race despite the club's problems and change of management.

Rafael Benitez has taken c

Ferguson ready for United, City title slog

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Alex Ferguson predicts a long, hard Premier League title race with champions Manchester City after his Manchester United team opened up a seven-point gap over rivals Chelsea.

Table-toppers United gro

Anderson hopes for Man United chance

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Midfielder Anderson could return to the Manchester United team at home to West Ham United on Wednesday as injuries and suspensions unsettle the Premier League leaders' squad.

United manager Alex Ferg

Flintoff insists fight debut is no gimmick


Former England cricket hero Andrew Flintoff has found himself on the back foot even before he throws his first punch for money in the boxing ring on Friday night.

Freddie, as he is fondly known in Br

Real Madrid stays in CL while Manchester City make early exit


Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho marked his 100th Champions League game with a 1-1 draw at Manchester City on Wednesday that sent his side into the last 16 at City's expense.

City had to win to stand

Man City on brink of exit after draw with Ajax

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Manchester City stand on the verge of a second successive group-phase exit from the Champions League after a 2-2 draw at home to Ajax on Tuesday left their hopes hanging by a thread.

Sloppy defending

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