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LIVE - England v New Zealand

James Anderson and Stuart Broad strike with early wickets on final day at Lord's after England set visitors target of 345.

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16hJohn Brewin

Fellaini red unbelievably stupid - LVG

The Red Devils coach says Fellaini's dismissal could cost him a starting role at Old Trafford as he will begin next season with a three-game ban.

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Allardyce leaves West Ham

Sam Allardyce's contract as West Ham manager will not be renewed and he will leave the club with immediate effect.

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2hAlan Tyers

Maybe cricket can be fun after all?

The Irreverent View emerges from a bleak few weeks for English cricket clinging to the hope of - maybe, just maybe - enjoying the summer's Tests against New Zealand and Australia

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3dSimon Barnes

Barnes: Is the Prem really worth it?

The riches of the Premier League only continue to grow, but Simon Barnes asks: Is the glory of reaching England's top-flight truly worth it?

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4hNick Parkinson

Joshua hasn't fought anybody - Johnson

American heavyweight Kevin Johnson has scoffed at Anthony Joshua's unbeaten professional record ahead of their clash at the O2 Arena in London on Saturday.

French Open: Highlights

Five Things We Learned: Day 1 (1:56)

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Montgomerie wins by 4 to retain Senior PGA title

Colin Montgomerie turned in a command performance, shooting a 3-under 69 on the treacherous Pete Dye Course at French Lick Resort to win the Senior PGA Championship by four shots.

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Asher-Smith breaks British 100m record

British teenage sprinter Dina Asher-Smith has vowed to go even faster after breaking the national 100 metres record.

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18hESPN Staff

England name squad to face Baa Baas

Danny Cipriani, Elliot Daly, Henry Slade and Christian Wade all named in 24-man squad for Twickenham clash.

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1dPA Sport

Rio Ferdinand 'overwhelmed' by support

Rio Ferdinand has described being "overwhelmed" by the support he received from football fans after his wife died.

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2dKevin Palmer

Coquelin didn't like Arsenal return

Francis Coquelin has confirmed he did not want to return to Arsenal following a successful loan spell at Charlton at the start of this season.

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