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Woeful Windies routed at Edgbaston

The West Indies suffered a horror day with the bat losing 19 wickets to lose by a massive innings and 209 runs.

Klopp dismisses criticism after victory over Palace

Jurgen Klopp laughed off suggestions that Liverpool underperformed against Palace, praising his side's defensive performance after they kept a clean sheet in the 1-0 win.

Western Province thrash hapless Golden Lions

Western Province made a statement of intent when they claimed a 39-3 bonus-point victory over the Golden Lions in their Currie Cup encounter in Cape Town on Friday.

Verratti keen on Juventus switch

Donato Di Campli says "Juventus are a much more attractive option" than Marco Verratti's current club Paris Saint-Germain as his agent tries to engineer a move to the Italian champions.

Cook, Markram give SA A a solid foundation

Stephen Cook and Aiden Markram shared a firm, 167-run opening stand to give the South Africa A team a good start on Day One of the second and last four-day match at Senwes Park on Saturday.

Boshoff joins Blue Bulls

The Blue Bulls have announced that former Springbok fly-half Marnitz Boshoff has joined them on a two-year contract.

Dortmund taking a stand on behalf of Bundesliga

Borussia Dortmund president Hans-Joachim Watzke says the club must set an example for the rest of the Bundesliga on how to deal with players who seek to destabilise their teams.

Conte: Stamford Bridge feels like my home

Antonio Conte is aiming for a prolonged tenure as Chelsea manager, saying that he would ideally like to see the club take occupancy of the proposed rebuilt Stamford Bridge.

Woods undergoes fourth back surgery

Tiger Woods is set for at least another six months out after undergoing his fourth surgery on his troubled back.

Holder urges Windies to show more fight

West Indies captain Jason Holder has called on to team to show some fight after they were thrashed in the first Test against England at Edgbaston.

Clinical All Blacks thrash Wallabies

New Zealand got their Rugby Championship campaign off to a superb start when they claimed a 54-34 victory over Australia in Sydney on Saturday.
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