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Lancaster remains upbeat

England striker set to return after serving two-match ban.

(01:25) | June 17, 2012



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Australia seal edgy victory

Rugby Union News: Australia have completed a series whitewash over Wales after a nervy 20-19 victory in Sydney on Saturday.

(01:05) | Jun 23, 2012

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Lancaster remains upbeat

Rugby Union News: England striker set to return after serving two-match ban.

(01:25) | Jun 17, 2012

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De Villiers impressed by new faces

Rugby Union News: New South Africa captain confident Etzebeth will make big impact

(00:49) | Jun 8, 2012

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Pablo Osvaldo feeds grass to opponent

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Neymar angry with 'UFC' treatment

International Football: Brazil forward Neymar was critical of Chile after he was on the receiving end of some tough challenges during their 1-0 friendly win at the Emirates Stadium.

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Deschamps pleased with experimental France

International Football: France head coach Didier Deschamps was pleased with his experimental side as they beat Denmark 2-0 in a friendly in Saint Etienne.

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Santos pleased with tactical victory

International Football: Portugal coach Fernando Santos said that his strategy "decided the match" as his team beat Serbia 2-1 in the 2016 European Qualifiers Group I.

(01:27) | Mar 30, 2015

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O'Neill: We were nervous

International Football: Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill spoke to the press after his side rescued a late point in their Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland.

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Hislop: No real surprises in Euro qualifiers

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