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ESPN analyse Sarries' win at London Welsh

Ben Foden joins ESPN to analyse today's performances from London Welsh and Saracens.

(03:59) | October 7, 2012



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'I will represent England the best I can' - Mako Vunipola

Rugby on ESPN: Up and coming England youngster Mako Vunipola talks about his return from injury and England career.

(01:30) | Nov 8, 2012

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'Fiji are an extremely athletic nation' - Ben Youngs

Rugby on ESPN: England scrum-half Ben Youngs talks about Englands chances in their upcoming match against Fiji.

(01:49) | Nov 8, 2012

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Pre Match: Saracens v Wasps

Rugby on ESPN: The panel preview the big Sunday match between Wasps and Saracens.

(02:14) | Nov 4, 2012

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Real Madrid prepare for the Club World Cup final

La Liga: A warm morning greeted Real Madrid in Marrakech, for their first training session since qualifying for the FIFA Club World Cup final.

(01:08) | Dec 18, 2014

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Abidal set to retire from football

Football Video: Former Barcelona defender Eric Abidal will announce his retirement from football Friday, according to his current Olympiakos coach, Michel.

(01:10) | Dec 18, 2014

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Warnock: Palace have 'no fear' travelling to face City

Premier League: Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock says his side do not fear their trip to the Etihad but believes they will have to be at their best to take anything from the tie.

(01:41) | Dec 18, 2014

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Martinez delighted with Barkley

Premier League: Roberto Martinez claimed that Everton midfielder Ross Barkley can master playing a deeper role for the Toffees ahead of the English Premier League trip to Southampton.

(01:13) | Dec 18, 2014

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Allardyce: Leicester our most important match

Premier League: West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce says his side's meeting with Leicester City at Upton Park is West Ham's "most important game of the season"

(00:38) | Dec 18, 2014

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Army teams remember Christmas Day Truce

International Football: British and German soldiers faced each other on a football field to mark the Christmas Day truce 100 years ago when rival WWI troops stopped fighting and are said to have played football instead.

(01:52) | Dec 18, 2014

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