• Jonny Bairstow shows why he can not be ignored by England in ODIs

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    As he eyes a 22nd at Lord's on Sunday, when England will bid to wrap up the Royal London Series 2-0, Wood admits he found himself questioning at times whether his body would allow him to resume his global career. Wood was back in England action a year ago after his first two ankle operations to star in four ODIs against Pakistan, only for the pain and more surgery to once again interrupt his career.
  • Joshua v Klitschko betting offers from William Hill

    Joshua v Klitschko betting offers from William Hill

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    Even if he is too old, which I think he is, he's in a good place mentally and that's a unsafe fighter. NOT JOSHING AROUND When is Anthony Joshua v Wladimir Klitschko, how can I get tickets and can I watch it on TV? Wilder is the current holder of the WBC heavyweight title and says despite not looking past Joshua to beat Klitschko, he says a bout with the Watford native is certainly one that interests him.
  • 85-year-old aiming to be oldest Everest climber dies

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    Following Nepal government's decision to issue a high number of permits to foreign tourists visiting Mount Everest this year, mountaineers, officials and guides are anxious it would create "traffic jam-like" conditions on the world's highest mountain, reported The Washington Post .
  • Yankees vs Cubs — Sunday Night Baseball

    Yankees vs Cubs — Sunday Night Baseball

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    New York Yankees' Aaron Hicks , right, celebrates with Brett Gardner after hitting a three-run home run against the Chicago Cubs during the eighth inning of an interleague baseball game Saturday, May 6, 2017, in Chicago. One out later, Healy hit a towering home run. And the Yankees quickly resumed the part of a pennant contender, scoring five times in the first inning on the way to an 11-6 victory over the Cubs before 40,735 fans.
  • Wizards tie series, 2-2

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    Playoff caliber teams can get embarrassed every once in a while but what's happening to the Celtics is inexcusable in any context. In each of those games, the Wizards won the decisive quarter (1st in Game 3 , 3rd in Game 4 ) by 22 points.
  • Brendan Rodgers hails

    Brendan Rodgers hails "exceptional" Celtic after Rangers thrashing

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    Kenny Miller , who signed a one-year contract extension with Rangers on Friday, netted a consolation for the hosts (81). "The way we played for that full game was very pleasing". Rangers , too, will be playing for nothing but pride. It is understood someone allegedly made a monkey gesture at Celtic player Scott Sinclair.
  • New York Rangers: Plenty being said after Blueshirts tie Ottawa series

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    The Senators, who are 3-0 at home, knew they had to find a way to bounce back in Game 5 or the deficit may be insurmountable but the players arent exactly heading to NY with a boatload of confidence. The Rangers are the worst among remaining postseason teams at this. He outworked Senators defenseman Cody Ceci for the puck behind the Ottawa net and sent it to the boards.
  • Edmonton opens 2nd round with wild win

    Edmonton opens 2nd round with wild win

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    Last year Perry failed to score a goal in their 7 game series loss to the Predators, this year again Perry is struggling to score once against the Flames and so failing to register a single point against the Oilers . "And like I tell him all the time, goalies are supposed to stop the puck". McDavid tied the game at 8:40 spinning and cutting back to lose defender Sami Vatanen and rifling a shot over Gibson's left elbow.
  • Blixt-Smith team grabs win on 4th playoff hole

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    In 1990, Greg Norman was shocked when South African David Frost holed a winning bunker shot at the last, one of several bitter pills The Shark endured. Levy birdied the par-5 18th for a 5-under 67 to match Frittelli (74) at 17-under 271 and send the pair back down the closing hole. Kisner's chip-in - which skipped on a wet green, hit the pin and dropped in from almost 95 feet - forced the 23-year-old Smith to make a 1 1/2-foot birdie putt to remain in contention for his first PGA Tour victory.