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WATCH: Steve Nicol's verdict on Liverpool.

Steve Nicol and the FC panel don't see Liverpool's draw as catastrophic but they have serious questions for Klopp's goalkeeper selection.

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Ben Stokes arrested

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Ashes selection to proceed on form and fitness - Strauss.

Andrew Strauss spoke after Ben Stokes' arrest and said that the selection meeting for the Ashes squad will continue as planned

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Jones proud of Cowboys' statement of 'unity and equality.'

Jerry Jones discusses the process that led to having the Cowboys take a knee before the national anthem.

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England vs. West Indies 4th ODI

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NBA reacts to Pres. Trump's comments

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NBA stars discuss 'powerful' stance players are taking.

LeBron James, Paul George, Draymond Green and Magic Johnson all discuss the importance of protests across sports and their hopes of making a difference.

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What next for Daniil Kvyat?

With Pierre Gasly set to make his F1 debut for Toro Rosso, Jennie Gow and Byron Young discuss whether this spells the end for Daniil Kyat's career.

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Can Ferrari get their championship back on track?

ESPN's Jennie Gow and Byron Young discuss whether Ferrari can revive their challenge for the drivers' championship.

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Champions League Wednesday Predictor.

Alexis Nunes and Stevie Nicol go head-to-head in predicting Wednesday's Champions League fixtures.

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George drains back-to-back halfcourt shots.

Paul George hits two consecutive halfcourt shots during Thunder practice.

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World Rugby pleased with World Cup bids.

World Rugby vice-chairman Agustin Pichot is pleased to have received strong bids from South Africa, Ireland and France to host 2023 Rugby World Cup.

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For the second straight year, Tiger Woods is serving as assistant captain for a U.S. team, this week working with captain Steve Stricker at the Presidents Cup. "He's very involved," Stricker said. "We're communicating through texts; I've talked to him on the phone quite a bit the last couple weeks. He's very into it. It will be the same this week. He's got control of four guys that he's watching over and is very involved with them and communicates with them. They love having him there. We all love having him. He's brought a lot of experience to the table as a player, and he's very into it. He's fun to be around and the guys appreciate him being here."

Jason Sobel, ESPN Senior Writer

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Konta crashes out of the Wuhan Open.

Great Britain's Johanna Konta was beaten in the second round of the Wuhan Open by unseeded Ashleigh Barty 6-0, 4-6, 7-6.

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Judge homers twice to break McGwire's rookie HR record.

Aaron Judge hits home runs No. 49 and 50 to break the single-season rookie HR record set by Mark McGwire in 1987.

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