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Oliver full of praise for Fiorente

Damien Oliver was full of praise for his horse Fiorente and trainer Gai Waterhouse after riding the 6-1 favourite to Melbourne Cup victory.

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Fantasy Focus: Injury and suspension backups

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Tale of the tape: Giroud or Welbeck?

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Is Ronaldo a shoo-in for the Ballon d'Or?

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The usual suspects in La Liga title race

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Can Liverpool or Man United make the top 4?

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