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Manchester City haven't progressed under Pep Guardiola, says Sunday Supplement panel
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However, the Daily Mirror's Chief Sports Writer Andy Dunn, who joined Cross on the Sunday Supplement, says that he would be happy for the two managers to stay in England for as long as possible if they continue to produce matches like the draw between ...

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Live coverage: India v Australia, fourth Test at Dharamsala
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AN inspired spell of spin bowling from Nathan Lyon has left the series decider between Australia and India evenly poised at stumps on day two. Lyon (4-67) took 4-36 after tea to leave the Indians at 6-248 at stumps, still trailing Australia's first ...

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Katie Taylor can emulate Anthony Joshua and Ronda Rousey, says Tony Bellew
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Tony Bellew believes Katie Taylor is the best female boxer in the sport and she can dominate her weight division for years to come. Tony Bellew insists Katie Taylor can mirror Anthony Joshua's success and have a bigger impact on women's boxing than ...

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Australian GP: Did strategy cost Mercedes & Lewis Hamilton victory?
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"Ferrari were the strongest package as they were able to follow," Mercedes boss Toto Wolff told Sky Sports F1. "We were worried about the undercut possibility. We knew we would come out behind Max and Kimi and that's what happened. Ferrari played it ...

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Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes have a fight on with Ferrari in F1 2017
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"I don't lie and I'm not very good at bluffing," he told Sky Sports F1. "I didn't know how quick they would be in the race but their pace from testing was true and their first stint on the ultrasofts was fantastic. My real strength wasn't until right ...

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Jesse Lingard confirms Manchester United contract talks ongoing
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Manchester United winger Jesse Lingard has revealed that contract talks with the club are still ongoing, adding that his "heart is at Old Trafford". The 24-year-old has made 15 appearances for the club in all competitions this season, scoring twice ...

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F1 2017: How were Mercedes beaten in the Australian GP?
SkySports
Don't miss the final word on the season-opening Australian GP in the latest edition of F1 Report. The first airing is on Wednesday at 8.30pm on Sky Sports F1, with the show repeated on the channel and available On Demand and online throughout the week.

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NRL Wests Tigers v Melbourne Storm: The moment cool Cameron Smith kicked Storm to victory
Fox Sports (blog)
RUGBY league is an 80-minute game. But, generally, there's a few key moments in a match that go a long way to deciding the end result. On Sunday afternoon at Leichhardt there was one. One glaring incident Melbourne can point to as the reason they beat ...

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Anthony Crolla says he will fight again and might even move up a weight
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After two tough battles with Linares, Crolla intends to take some time away from the sport. However, that doesn't mean he's ready to hang up the gloves just yet. The 30-year-old will consider all options put to him by promoter Eddie Hearn, including a ...

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Oregon beat Kansas 74-60 to punch Final Four ticket
The Guardian
... semi-final in nearly 80 years; 'I'm disappointed for them more than I am for me,' says Kansas's Bill Self. Oregon Ducks head coach Dana Altman is doused by confetti after the game. Photograph: Denny Medley/USA Today Sports. NCAA tournament 2017 ...

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