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LIVE - The Ashes

James Anderson has been ruled out of the third and fourth Tests - but you can follow live ball-by-ball commentary as England close in on victory at Edgbaston.

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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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Di Maria set to have PSG medical - report

Angel Di Maria has agreed personal terms with PSG and is due in the French capital early next week to complete his move from Man United, RMC reports.

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18hAlan Tyers

12 key factors from the first innings

England edged ahead of Australia in the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston. The Irreverent View runs down a few of the deciding moments.

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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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UK Athletics find no wrongdoing by Farah

UKA investigation into doping scandal surrounding coach Alberto Salazar provides no "evidence of impropriety" against double Olympic champion.

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Barnes' best British sporting cities: Glasgow

A city that presents its central drama by means of sport, in the rivalry between Celtic and Rangers, has to be accepted as a city with sport at its heart, writes Simon Barnes.

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18hMichael Cox

FC Interview: Ramsey aiming for captaincy

In exclusive interview with ESPN FC, Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey talks about overcoming several injuries to achieve success and his ambition to be captain.

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Rutherford leaps to victory in Stockholm

Britain's Olympic champion proved Anniversary Games defeat was just a blip with jump of 8.34m at Stockholm Diamond League meeting.

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5hKevin 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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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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Lawrie advances in own match-play tournament

Former British Open champion Paul Lawrie advanced to the last 32 of the European Tour match play event he is hosting in northern Scotland with a 5-and-4 victory over Romain Wattel on Thursday.

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Valencia injury worries West Ham's Bilic

"I am worried to be fair. This is the reason I'm unhappy tonight. I'm not happy with the result of course but this is not as important as the injury."

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