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LIVE - The Ashes

Follow ball-by-ball action from the second day of the third Ashes Test with the ESPNcricinfo team at Edgbaston.

17hESPN staff

Ramos agrees new Madrid deal - report

Sergio Ramos has reached an agreement on a new contract with Real Madrid that will keep him at the club until June 30, 2020, Marca reports.

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2hChris Wright

Zidane scores try in hybrid match vs. Toulon

Toulon staged another one of their bizarre rugby/football hybrid charity matches on Wednesday, with Zinedine Zidane scoring a try for the France '98 team.

4hMike Whalley

New Stones bid rejected

Everton have rejected a second Chelsea bid of £26m for John Stones as they battle to keep the England defender.

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17hESPN Staff

Sir Peter O'Sullevan dies aged 97

The iconic commentator called 50 Grand Nationals for the BBC from 1947, receiving a knighthood before his retirement in 1997.

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3hVivek Chaudhary

Campbell on Arsenal, race and politics

Former Spurs, Arsenal and England defender Sol Campbell gives ESPN FC an exclusive interview on Arsenal's title chances, FIFA and race in football.

2hESPN staff

Cech signing 'surprised' Flamini

Mathieu Flamini has admitted to his "surprise" at Jose Mourinho's "good favour" in selling Petr Cech to Arsenal.

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18hMark Hodgkinson

Hodgkinson: How Lendl could help Dimitrov

Grigor Dimitrov and Ivan Lendl have been spotted hitting together. Imagine what it would do for the struggling Bulgarian if the two started officially working together.

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1hESPN Staff

Gatland casts doubt on Faletau move

Bath's attempts to sign Taulupe Faletau appear dead in the water as Wales coach Warren Gatland suggests he would not sanction move.

Moran: I'm a survivor (8:44)
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1dThe Pits

Button to co-host Top Gear?

Reports in the UK suggest Jenson Button may be in talks to co-host popular BBC show Top Gear with Chris Evans.

18hPA Sport

English FA backs Platini

Michel Platini has been given the firm backing of the Football Association after formally declaring he is to run for the FIFA presidency.

Wenger: It's the first trophy at stake (1:57)



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