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England stormed into the World Cup semi-finals as two tries from Jonny May underpinned a record-equalling 40-16 victory over Australia at Oita Stadium.
English cricket’s new innovation, The Hundred, takes its next major stride on Sunday night as the draft for next year’s inaugural season takes place.
Hearts manager Craig Levein admits their failure to win at home in the league is “weighing heavily” on the whole club.
Kosovo’s rising curling team endured a nightmare journey to Aberdeen before they could realise their dream of competing in the World Mixed Championships.
Scotland exited the World Mixed Curling Championships last night, losing to Germany 9-7 at Curl Aberdeen.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder has dismissed suggestions his side have been too defensive since winning promotion to the Premier League.
Yutaka Nagare says Japan can expect face a hand-to-hand battle with South Africa on Sunday but believes the speed and energy of the Brave Blossoms might just be enough to overcome the Springboks’ brute power.
Jurgen Klopp insists his – and the club’s – poor record at Old Trafford has no bearing on Sunday’s match against Manchester United.
Josh Adams says Wales know “what needs to be done” in Sunday’s World Cup quarter-final against France.
France head coach Jacques Brunel accepts that Wales are favourites to win Sunday’s World Cup quarter-final between the Six Nations rivals.
Paris St Germain coach Thomas Tuchel will demand improvements despite seeing his side extend their lead at the top of Ligue 1 with a 4-1 win at nine-man Nice.
Michael Appleton was left with mixed feelings after 10-man Lincoln’s 0-0 draw with Shrewsbury in Sky Bet League One.
Sheffield Wednesday manager Garry Monk criticised the officials after Lee Tomlin’s late free-kick ensured a 1-1 draw and prevented the Owls from moving into the Sky Bet Championship’s automatic promotion places.
Tranmere manager Micky Mellon saluted his side’s spirit and desire after they hit back to deservedly earn a 1-1 home draw against Southend.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo has criticised the scheduling of matches over the Christmas period.
Pep Guardiola has quipped he will have to put his Manchester City players in the fridge to cool off during their Christmas programme.
Manuel Pellegrini has urged West Ham fans to get behind stand-in goalkeeper Roberto.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino expects “natural leader” Harry Kane to manage the responsibility of the captaincy without a problem.
Steve Bruce is relishing the opportunity to pitch his Newcastle kids into battle with Frank Lampard’s Chelsea youngsters.
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson is hopeful Christian Benteke’s goal for Belgium can act as a turning point for the striker, but warned he will need to score regularly for his club to win back his starting position.
Billy Vunipola has stunned his England team-mates out of “fairyland” by declaring their World Cup could be over on Saturday.
Lee Tomlin salvaged a point for Cardiff and prevented Sheffield Wednesday moving into the Sky Bet Championship’s automatic promotion places.
Cian Bolger was shown a straight red card as Lincoln and Shrewsbury played out a dour goalless draw at Sincil Bank.
Angel Di Maria scored twice as Ligue 1 leaders Paris St Germain beat nine-man Nice 4-1.
Bristol secured the West Country bragging rights over Bath with a thumping 43-16 win before a record Ashton Gate crowd.
An 85th-minute penalty from substitute Paul Mullin saw Tranmere come from behind to earn a 1-1 draw against Southend.
Andy Murray battled through to his first semi-final in almost two and a half years at the European Open in Antwerp.
Leyton Orient will speak to Ajax about travelling Dutch fans attending one of their home games after their plans to watch the Champions League match at Chelsea were scuppered by a UEFA sanction.
Former Ryder Cup player Nicolas Colsaerts is in contention for a first win since 2012 after claiming a share of the halfway lead in the Amundi Open de France.
Liverpool return after the international break with an eight-point lead in the Premier League table – but without VAR, their advantage would have been halved.