Sky Sports Today - July 30

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  • 18:07

    OK. OK.....Sky Sports 2 for all those wanting to carry on watching the cricket. We'll have a blog up and running for this evening's football friendlies and Celtic's travels in the Champions League qualifiers....thanks for being there and providing us your thoughts.....more of the same tomorrow. Night. I'll leave you with a night night from a famous Katie..or Catherine.
    Night folks
  • 17:56

    VICTORY TONIGHT?
    England snare another. Buttler just about clutches the ball as Moeen's turn forces Kohli to have a nibble and he edges one through. Four down,...England continue their domination. India facing a huge task to save this Test. INDIA 89-4 (TARGET 445)


  • 17:49

    CHELSEA TEAM
    Jose Mourinho's boys are playing Vitesse Arnhem tonight....is Lukaku in the team?

  • 17:46

    MORE UNITED REACTION
  • 17:45

    HAPPY BAGGIE
  • 17:42

    ROOT STRIKES
    India are three down as Joe Root is introduced and Dhawan is heading back for an early shower and it's Jordan again but this time it's an easy catch in the slips. Superb stuff from Root and India are rocking on 84-3. (TARGET 445)

  • 17:35

    MORE UNITED REACTION
  • 17:32

    HOMETIME HEADLINES
    Could Romelu Lukaku’s Chelsea career be over? And what does the future hold for Manchester United’s Javier Hernandez? Elsewhere, ANOTHER Southampton first-team player is leaving - find out who. Plus, why Manchester City are favourites for the Premier League. And one of cricket’s greats have retired – but who? 

    by mark.ashenden via YouTube
  • 17:31

    UNITED REACTION
  • 17:18

    UNITED THOUGHTS

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  • 17:13

    SPRAY TIME
    It has just been revealed the Premier League will introduce the World Cup-style vanishing spray for the coming season. 
    It's spray time
  • 17:09

    ON THE BRINK?
    Everton look set to land Romelu Lukaku on a permanent deal and it could be revealed in a couple of hours with the club just announcing they are holding a press conference at 7pm. Either that or Roberto Martinez will be announcing where he's going for his holidays.
    Is Lukaku set to finalise his next career move?
  • 17:02

    CENTRE STAGE FOR DEFOE
    Like your stickers? Check this out fresh from Toronto.
  • 16:53

    GYMTASTIC
  • 16:50

    GYMNASTICS GLORY
    Max Whitlock has secured his first individual all-around gold medal at a major competition after a stunning display at the Commonwealth Games. The 21-year-old double Olympic bronze medallist added to the team gold England won on Tuesday with a near immaculate performance which underlines him as a serious medal prospect for the World Championships this October and for Rio in 2016. Whitlock scored a total of 90.631 across all six pieces of apparatus to beat off Scotland's Dan Keatings (88.298) in silver with England team-mate Nile Wilson (87.965) in bronze.
    Golden Whitlock
  • 16:34

    WOHHHHH ENGLAND AGAIN
    It's a stunning catch low down at first slip by Jordan and India are wobbling. India slump to 29-2 as Pujara is caught off Moeen's spinner. Huge celebrations. That's a huge blow for the tourists before the end of the day.
    INDIA: 29-2 (target 445)
  • 16:31

    ENGLAND STRIKE
    It's the first wicket for the hosts as Murali Vijay dithers on a quickie run and Stuart Broad pounces to hurl the ball at the stumps. That's a cracker. Everyone has eyes on the screen..............OUT 28-1
  • 16:28

    UNITED HOPE
    Positive words from the United man who put in a strong performance against Inter Milan in the early hours this morning.
    Desperate to impress new boss Louis van Gaal
  • 16:21

    SCHNEIDERLIN REACTION

  • 16:14

    HAPPY CANARY
    On the mend.....
  • 16:09

    SCHNEIDERLIN REACTION

  • 16:00

    KALLIS RETIRES
    South Africa legend Jacques Kallis has announced his retirement from all formats of international cricket.
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