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Bell and Root guide England to 2-1 lead

England see off Australian target of 121 as the third Test of the 2015 Ashes series lasts less than three days.

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Lambert seals West Brom move

West Brom have completed the signing of Rickie Lambert on a two-year-contract after swiftly concluding negotiations for the Liverpool striker.

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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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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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Playoff anguish

Which club has taken part in the Football League playoffs most often without winning promotion? ESPN's resident expert Steven Lynch has the answer.

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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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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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1dMichael 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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13hKevin 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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McLaren wants Honda to poach talent from rivals

McLaren racing director Eric Boullier thinks Honda could benefit with bringing in staff who have knowledge from other manufacturers to speed development.

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