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2 days ago
NZ chip away as India extend lead past 300
NZ chip away as India extend lead past 300
World Cricket

NZ claimed three wickets in the morning session but India extended their advantage to a daunting 308 runs by lunch on Sunday.

2 days ago
Perfect City eclipse United again
Perfect City eclipse United again
Premier League

City beat Swansea 3-1 to make it a perfect 10 wins under Pep Guardiola as they recorded their best start to a top-flight campaign.

2 days ago
Wenger happy to shed Chelsea hoodoo
Wenger happy to shed Chelsea hoodoo
Premier League

Saturday’s resounding 3-0 win over Chelsea represented a major pscyhological boost for Aresenal coach Arsene Wenger.

2 days ago
Downs book Champions League final spot
Downs book Champions League final spot
Cup Competitions

Sundowns marched to the final of the CAF Champions League after defeating Zesco 2-0 in the second leg of their semi-final.

2 days ago
Parnell must let his bat do the talking
Parnell must let his bat do the talking
Proteas

He’s got all the talent in the world, and now it’s time for Wayne Parnell to make full use of it for the Proteas in the ODI arena.

2 days ago
Back-to-back wins for Chiefs
Back-to-back wins for Chiefs
PSL

Kaizer Chiefs recorded only their second back-to-back league wins under coach Steve Komphela win the beat Maritburg United at the FNB Stadium.

2 days ago
Fears of unrest sees Wits,Pirates game called off
Fears of unrest sees Wits,Pirates game called off
PSL

The clash between Bidvest Wits and league leaders Orlando Pirates was called off an hour before kick-off on Saturday night, ...

3 days ago
Scrum key to Bulls Currie Cup hopes
Scrum key to Bulls Currie Cup hopes
Rugby

The Bulls had lost two out of their first four games in the Currie Cup but have suddenly become serious contenders for the title.

3 days ago
United back to winning ways
United back to winning ways
Premier League

Jose Mourinho's reshaped Manchester United destroyed Premier League champions Leicester City 4-1.

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