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England's horror end to Ashes preparations (AAP)
England have taken just one wicket on their final day of preparations for the Ashes, with 18-year-old Jason Sangha's century for a CA XI rewriting record books.
Glory's Castro set to miss Victory clash (AAP)
Perth have been hit with more injury worries, heading into their crunch A-League clash with Melbourne Victory at nib Stadium.
„Frustriert, weil der Familiennachzug so lange dauert“
Die Lager auf den Ägäischen Inseln sind überfüllt, Leben sind in Gefahr, sagt Philippe Leclerc vom UN-Flüchtlingshilfswerk. Die EU müsse mehr Migranten auf das griechische Festland bringen. Was heißt das für den Türkei-Deal?
Wie viel Unruhe hält Borussia Dortmund noch aus?
Wie viele Fehler verträgt eine Mannschaft noch? Auch wenn BVB-Geschäftsführer Watzke den Ball fach zu halten versucht: Nach der Niederlage beim VfB Stuttgart erhöht sich der Druck auf das Team von Peter Bosz und den Trainer selbst.
India make 172 after lower-order push (AFP)
Kolkata (AFP) - Top-ranked India were skittled out for 172 after Cheteshwar Pujara top-scored with a gritty half-century on day three of the rain-hit first Test against Sri Lanka on Saturday.
Kerr has another crack at a soccer award (AAP)
Matildas strike Samantha Kerr is among the three nominees for the Asian Football Confederation's women's player of the year award.
Rain at Gabba, traditional pitch forecast (AAP)
The Gabba pitch could potentially look a touch greener than normal in the Ashes opener, but the curator isn't forecasting any surprises in how it plays.
Young bats plunder hapless England bowlers (AAP)
Jason Sangha has become the second youngest man to score a first-class century against England, with the visitors going wicketless before tea on day four.
Mark Taylor's simple explanation for Marsh selection (AAP)
Former Australian captain Mark Taylor believes Test selectors reverted to Shaun Marsh after too few players showed form worthy of an Ashes berth.
City coach shuts down Cahill 'tittle-tattle' rumours (AAP)
Melbourne City coach Warren Joyce has refused to clarify whether his relationship with Tim Cahill is at "breaking point", as reports claim.
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