Marvel's Doctor Strange and the magic of sport.

Benedict Cumberbatch, Rachel McAdams, Tilda Swinton and Mads Mikkelsen discuss sportspeople they think are magicians.


Itoje injury causes headache for Jones.

Tom Hamilton reacts to the news that England's Maro Itoje will miss the autumn internationals with a fractured hand, becoming the first casualty under Eddie Jones' tenure.


Does Stokes give England X factor?

Alastair Cook has praised the influence of Ben Stokes, insisting that he gives the side an 'X factor' which every team needs.


Broncos' defense was clicking all night.

Louis Riddick outlines how the Broncos' secondary and defensive line had their way with the Texans.


Denver's running game kicked in for second half.

Jon Gruden and Sean McDonough agree that the Broncos running game kicked in during the second half proving to be the deciding factor in Denver's 27-9 win over Houston.


Murray: Every match matters in race to No. 1.

After finishing runner-up at innovative tournament Tie Break Tens, Andy Murray expressed that every match is important if he is to overtake Novak Djokovic as world number one.


Was a book the key to Harrington's success?

Ireland's Padraig Harrington claims that a book he has been reading has helped him learn to deal with pressure, which was key for his win.


Who has the edge going into the World Series?

Doug Glanville explains who has the edge in starting pitching, bullpen, baserunning, defense and manager advantage between the Cubs and Indians going into the World Series.


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