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Simon Pagenaud finished in 2nd place and Scott Dixon finished 3rd. Your answer might be, well, probably Goliath. "Very happy to be on pole". With Team Penske's Will Power (No. I just messed up a little on my fastest lap there. Andretti Autosport's Hunter-Reay, who finished 10th in Phoenix, added, "I didn't have a whole lot (for Chevrolet drivers) unless we got into traffic".
  • Match preview and prediction — Italy vs Albania

    Match preview and prediction — Italy vs Albania

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    It's a huge pleasure, I can tell you there won't be another thousand. If Italy, in a tussle for top spot in Group G with Spain, reach Russian Federation 2018, it will be Buffon's sixth World Cup Finals appearance. Only the nine European group winners are guaranteed to reach the World Cup, while the eight best runners-up face a playoff. Now joint top of Group G with Spain, but with only group winners automatically going through, it is an appointment the Azzurri can't afford to miss as ...
  • Ryan Newman Steals First Win Since 2013 At Scorching Phoenix Raceway

    Ryan Newman Steals First Win Since 2013 At Scorching Phoenix Raceway

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    Luke Lambert made a decision to have his driver stay out under the caution instead of coming in for the two tires Newman requested. But how exactly did Newman pull off his win? Originally, the idea of this year's stage racing was to make the middle of races that often run 500 miles or 500 kilometers, as in Phoenix, more interesting.
  • Arsenal and Bayern fined over fans' behaviour

    Arsenal and Bayern fined over fans' behaviour

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    Mattias is ESPN FC's Arsenal correspondent. Arsene Wenger's men opened the scoring thanks to Theo Walcott but the game was turned on its head after Laurent Koscielny was sent off for giving away a penalty. Robert Lewandowski converted the spot-kick before Arjen Robben, Douglas Costa and two goals from Arturo Vidal consigned Arsenal to an embarrassing Champions League defeat.
  • Supreme Court directs BCCI to pay dues to HPCA

    Supreme Court directs BCCI to pay dues to HPCA

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    According to the CoA, the HPCA had asked the BCCI to release funds to conduct the fourth Test despite not having complied with the court's twin orders last October. Beyond that, the Apex Court has asked the CoA, IPL franchise owners and state associations to continue with their contractual obligations in holding the matches that begin from April 5.
  • Bill Murray's Son Coaches Xavier, So He Enjoyed Their Win Last Night

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    Luke Murray has been with X since 2015 - and his famous dad was right in the crowd as the Muskesteers took down the Wildcats at the SAP Center in San Jose. "Gosh, that was fun". "And this is similar to that because it's my son". Murray referenced the Cubs when describing how exhilarating it felt to watch Xavier play, noted Sporting News .
  • Dont'a Hightower signs four-year, $43.5 million contract with Patriots

    Dont'a Hightower signs four-year, $43.5 million contract with Patriots

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    Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that NY even offered him a contract earlier this week but withdrew their offer after he left the team facility without inking his name on the dotted line. Dont'a Hightower won't be leaving New England after all. Hightower was considered to be at the top of the list of players for the team to re-sign.
  • Xavier stuns Arizona with late surge, advances to Elite Eight

    Xavier stuns Arizona with late surge, advances to Elite Eight

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    He's averaged 23.2 points over his past five games, and while Xavier floundered early, he kept the Musketeers within striking distance of a high-powered Arizona team chasing its first Final Four since 2001. And it worked to perfection, and Xavier super fan Bill Murray - whose son, Luke , is an assistant coach - went home happy. They have 35 wins and one loss this season, the best best record of any college team this season.
  • Eric Dier insists England won't take Lithuania lightly

    Eric Dier insists England won't take Lithuania lightly

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    England's Eric Dier called on his country's fans to "support us in the right way" following criticism of their chanting during this week's friendly global against Germany in Dortmund. "I'd love to one day be able to do that", Dier said. It would be a real honour for me and I'd like to work towards (it) but that's something the manager decides.
  • Oilers erupt for five goals in third period

    Oilers erupt for five goals in third period

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    Then Drake Caggiula got the victor with 131 seconds to play, with his first goal in 19 games when he took a Leon Draisaitl pass and sailed in alone to tuck it around Smith. Draisaitl made a flawless pass to Caggiula, who had room skating down the slot as Ryan Nugent-Hopkins drove back the Avalanche defense. Kassian started it when he snuck behind Smith to knock in the puck sitting in front of the empty net at 2:44 of the third.
  • Redskins add size to receiving corps, sign Brian Quick

    Redskins add size to receiving corps, sign Brian Quick

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    Of course, two of those scores came during Quick's best performance from the 2016 season in Week 4 against the Arizona Cardinals, one of which came on an impressive 65-yard touchdown from Case Keenum . The Redskins have definitely added size at the position, and reduced the cost, but have also lost some speed and veteran reliability. Washington also has two other big targets in tight ends Jordan Reed (6-2) and Vernon Davis (6-3).