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England beat Australia by six wickets to lead ODI series 4-0

England beat Australia by six wickets to lead ODI series 4-0

Overton, on the other hand, will be back with the Lions and will be available for selection from the third match of the series. "You're not going to learn anything in the changing rooms". It seemed Bairstow and Roy had never left Trent Bridge as they took the attack to the Aussie bowlers in a very similar fashion. Travis Head is another who has been moved around the batting order.


Garbine Muguruza falls short in Birmingham, Petra Kvitova into quarters

Garbine Muguruza falls short in Birmingham, Petra Kvitova into quarters

Muguruza led 4-2 in the second set, only to lose the advantage again when she chose to move forward and was unable to make her net attacks count. Muguruza sometimes looked languid in responding to the challenge of a feisty and hard-working Czech opponent, and occasionally became irritated by the hard windy conditions during her 6-2, 6-4 loss to Strycova.


Federation Internationale de Football Association open disciplinary proceedings against Stefan Lichtsteiner after celebrations against Serbia

Federation Internationale de Football Association open disciplinary proceedings against Stefan Lichtsteiner after celebrations against Serbia

A strike from Xherdan Shaqiri in stoppage time completed Switzerland's comeback from a goal down and means Serbia face the daunting task of beating Brazil in their final game on Wednesday to guarantee their place in the next round. "I think we don't have to speak about this now". "You should never mix politics and football", he said. "It's clear that emotions surface". German-speaking Swiss newspapers sided with the coach.


The World Cup shocks continue

The World Cup shocks continue

It was also the first time in history that a team's first foul in a World Cup match has led to a sending-off. Senegal fans were also spotted on cleaning duty after they defeated Poland 2-1 at the Spartak Stadium in Moscow , the other game in Group H.


Lewis Hamilton Claims 75th Career Pole at Circuit Paul Ricard

Lewis Hamilton Claims 75th Career Pole at Circuit Paul Ricard

Vettel believes he could have challenged Hamilton for the win, but he said the nature of his race following the incident made it hard to judge what was possible. The German was penalised with a five-second penalty, and recovered to finish fifth, but it marked his fifth high-profile mistake in the last 12 months.