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Buoyant England face tricky decisions

England's selectors can reflect proudly on their decisions for the Edgbaston Test, but they will really earn their money in deciding who replaces James Anderson and what to do about an opener, writes George Dobell.

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United unveil Adidas kit

Manchester United have unveiled their new Adidas home kit and it is reminiscent of their shirts of the 1980s.

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3hDaniel Brettig

Clarke: Captain needs to get off the plane

'They've got 11 and we've only got 10' - Australian skipper Michael Clarke speaks candidly about his form in this Ashes series.

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Premier League managerial turnover unparalleled

In the past 20 years, there have been 215 managerial changes in the Premier League. Such volatility doesn't happen in American sports. Austin Lindberg crunches the numbers for ESPN FC.

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21hJames Tyler

Tyler: Premier League Survival Guide

As Bournemouth, Norwich and Watford embark on Premier League adventures, James Tyler looks at recently relegated teams and offers some survival tips.

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Premier League squad numbers 1-50

Since squad numbers were introduced in Great Britain in 1993, players have chosen to express themselves by the numbers on their back. But has someone worn every number from 1 to 50?

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53mSteven Lynch

Ask Steven: Sibling rivalry

How often did the Schumacher brothers finish first and second in the same Grand Prix?

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5hESPN Staff and Associated Press

Beijing to host 2022 Winter Olympics

China's capital will become the first city to host both the summer and winter Olympics having hosted the Games in 2008.

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17hESPN staff

Friendlies: Lambert signs, nets two for WBA

Rickie Lambert enjoyed a whirlwind start to his West Brom career on Friday, marking his debut with two goals just hours after signing a two-year deal.

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1dJohn Brewin

Can Kane keep up his striking success?

The approaching new season sees Harry Kane attempt to meet the expectation that thrilling breakthrough brought. Can Spurs' new hero match up?

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1dESPN staff

Wenger: Wilshere can be top-class

Arsene Wenger says Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere will prove himself to be a top-class player if he can play for at least six months without injury.

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1dKevin Palmer

Terry 'delighted' to have Falcao

The Blues captain called the Colombian one of the best players he faced last season and backed him for success at Stamford Bridge.

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