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Morgan to captain ICC World XI against Windies

The International Cricket Council (ICC) have announced that England white-ball captain Eoin Morgan will lead an ICC World XI in a T20I against the Windies at Lord's on 31 May 2018.

Nadal blows past Haase in Paris

Tournament favourite Rafael Nadal sailed into the third round at Roland Garros on Wednesday after dispatching Robin Haase in straight sets.

Martinez won't give up on Spain call-up

Bayern Munich midfielder Javi Martinez is determined to fight for a place in Spain's 2018 World Cup squad after missing out on a call-up for their friendlies.

Henderson: England captaincy not important

Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson doesn't believe the England captaincy is important because the Three Lions squad has many competent leaders.

De Bruyne: Can't compare me to Messi and Ronaldo

Manchester City playmaker Kevin de Bruyne insists it's impossible to compare him to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo because they fulfill different roles.

Anderson unhappy with the match ball

England fast bowler James Anderson feels that the original ball given to his team in their Test against New Zealand was not round.

England suffer calamitous opening day

For Joe Root and his England team it would have been hard to imagine a worse opening day to a Test match than they had against New Zealand at Eden Park.

Ibrahimovic released by United again

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is expected to make a move to Major League Soccer with the Los Angeles Galaxy after being released by Manchester United on Thursday.

South Africa name Commonwealth Games squads

South Africa have named their squad for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, where they will defend the title they won four years ago.

Big upset as Jabeur knocks out Cibulkova

Seventh seed Domonika Cibulkova was knocked out of Roland Garros on Wednesday, going down in straight sets to World No 114 Ons Jabeur.

Rain hampers Black Caps progress

The Black Caps were denied the chance to bat England out of the first Test on day two in Auckland with rain limiting play to 23 overs and one ball.
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