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Twente make KNVB Cup progress
Jesus Corona and Hakim Ziyech both scored a goal in each half to help FC Twente claim a 4-2 win over De Graafschap in the fourth round of the KNVB Cup on Wednesday.
Atletico set up Kerala final
Atletico Kolkata needed a 4-2 penalty shoot-out victory to overcome FC Goa and set up a clash with Kerala Blasters in the final of the inaugural Indian Super League.
Faugheen's a jolly good fellow
Things are very different at Willie Mullins’ yard today, compared to when he first and last won the King George with Florida Pearl in 2001. In fact, scrap that. Things are just very different at Willie Mullins’ yard today.
Black Caps edge Pakistan tussle
New Zealand drew level in their five-match ODI series with Pakistan after Kane Williamson’s century helped them to a thrilling seven-run victory in the fourth match in Abu Dhabi.
The Big Bash begins on Thursday – and Kevin Pietersen should be in action!
Tonev: I'm not a racist
Celtic winger Aleksandar Tonev says he is not a racist despite losing an appeal against his seven-match ban for abusing Aberdeen full-back Shay Logan.
Kauto stars in Olympia display
Kauto Star overcame "stage fright" when he took part in a dressage demonstration in front of a 6,000-strong crowd at the London International Horse Show at Olympia on Tuesday.
Mullins in twin assualt on Lexus
Boston Bob and On His Own are both in line to represent Willie Mullins in the Lexus Chase at Leopardstown as the champion trainer bids to win one of the Festive period's biggest prizes for the first time.
Lord's set for 2019 World Cup final
Lord’s has been proposed as the venue for the ICC Cricket World Cup final when the tournament is staged in England and Wales in 2019 – and the 'home of cricket' will also host the ICC Women’s World Cup final in 2017.
Rose rivals to host 2019 Ashes
The England and Wales Cricket Board has chosen Headingley and Old Trafford as hosts for the 2019 Ashes Test Series ahead of Trent Bridge and Cardiff.
Value oozes class at Newbury
A review of the racing from Newbury where Dan Skelton's new recruit Value At Risk created quite an impression.
Every week comes with its fair share of impressions and implications – from opening salvos on fresh-faced rookies to the scars of 16 weeks of war, when everyone’s beaten to a pulp and craving for a week off.
Mullins issues Supreme warning
It will be twenty years in March since Willie Mullins’ first Cheltenham Festival winner.
R&A confirm 2017 venues
The Amateur Championship will return to Royal St George's for the 14th time in 2017, the Royal and Ancient has confirmed.
McCoist to stay on at Rangers
Ally McCoist will remain as Rangers manager after a 40-minute meeting at Ibrox on Wednesday afternoon, according to Sky sources.
Davis keen to re-sign Tate
Crewe boss Steve Davis will consider re-signing Alan Tate on loan in January because of the experience the Swansea man brings.
Garcia resigns from FIFA role
Michael Garcia, who led the investigation into the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding process, has resigned from the FIFA ethics committee in protest over the handling of his findings.
Crolla's 'career under threat'
Anthony Crolla's career is in jeopardy following the attack that left him with a fractured skull.
Falcao dreaming of United future
Radamel Falcao would love to stay at Manchester United but admits he has plenty of work to do in order to earn a permanent move.
Season over for Davies
Gillingham defender Callum Davies looks set to miss the rest of the season with an ankle injury he picked up on loan with Dover.
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