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Record-breaking De Villiers
AB de Villiers sparked his World Cup into life with 162 off just 66 balls with a brutal display of hitting to fire South Africa to a total of 408-5 for the West Indies to chase.
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Aussies appoint Larkham, Grey
Stephen Larkham and Nathan Grey have been named assistant Australia coaches under Michael Cheika.
Tonight at the cricket
New Zealand’s group A game against Australia is a "pressure" contest, says Black Caps captain Brendon McCullum.
Tseng shares Thailand lead
Two-time winner Yani Tseng shot a six-under-par 66 for a share of the lead in the women’s Thailand Open.
2019 World Cup may not be cut
The number of teams taking part in the 2019 World Cup may not be cut, International Cricket Council chief David Richardson has said.
Morgan backs Ballance to fire
Captain Eoin Morgan has backed Gary Ballance to end his run of low World Cup scores when England take on Sri Lanka on Saturday.
The Pochettino effect
Mauricio Pochettino has made an encouraging start in charge of Tottenham and has the chance to deliver a trophy when his side take on Chelsea in the Capital One Cup final on Sunday. But what has he done to change things at Spurs? Adam Bate looks at the stats…
Sturridge v Aguero
Liverpool’s clash with Manchester City on Super Sunday pits two of the Premier League’s deadliest strikers against each other. But who is the best?
Venus sets up Azarenka clash
Venus Williams claimed her second win of the season over Agnieszka Radwanska when she defeated the Pole 6-4 1-6 6-3 to reach the semi-finals of the Qatar Open.
Rory lifted by strong finish
Rory McIlroy will be looking to take advantage of calmer, early conditions in the second round of the Honda Classic after opening with an erratic three-over 74 at PGA National.
Martinez content with progress
Roberto Martinez admitted his surprise at Everton being the last British club left in this season’s Europa League but is satisfied with the achievement.
Racism storm at Feyenoord tie
The Europa League last-32 second-leg tie between Feyenoord and Roma was overshadowed by crowd trouble - including an apparent incident of racism - with the referee stopping the match twice.
McDermott: Leeds 'not great'
Leeds coach Brian McDermott was happy with the 24-22 win over Huddersfield on Thursday night but not overly impressed with his team’s performance.
McIlroy struggles in Florida
Rory McIlroy endured a torrid start to the PGA Tour’s Florida Swing as he scrapped his way to a three-over 73 on the first day of the Honda Classic at Palm Beach Gardens.
Charlton own up to video
Charlton have admitted that the furore caused by footage of a couple appearing to get intimate on their pitch was a publicity stunt by the Championship club.
MVG denies Lewis in Belfast
Michael van Gerwen retained top spot in the Premier League, despite being held to a 6-6 draw by Adrian Lewis in Belfast.
Costa vows: I won't change
Chelsea striker Diego Costa insists he will not alter his combative style as he prepares for the Capital One Cup final against Tottenham.
Court victory for Peterson
A US federal judge has ruled against the National Football League over their suspension of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson.
Robshaw driven by defeat
Chris Robshaw has revealed the disappointment of missing out the Six Nations title last year is fuelling England's quest to lift the first piece of silverware of Stuart Lancaster's reign.
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