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NZ choose to bat first in World Cup final (AAP)

New Zealand have chosen to bat first in the World Cup final against Australia, with both teams fielding unchanged lineups.

Who's saying what ahead of CWC15 Final (AFP)

Here's the latest Twitter banter ahead of the Cricket World Cup final at the MCG.

Sole powers to late triumph
Sole Power won the Al Quoz Sprint at the fifth attempt with a customary late surge in the five-furlong Group One at Meydan.
Felix has too much for returning Flemenstar
Flemenstar's lack of fitness counted against him on his Navan comeback as he was no match for Felix Yonger in the Grade Two Webster Cup Chase.
Argentina manage without Messi in win over El Salvador (AFP)

Washington (AFP) - Argentina rested superstar Lionel Messi but were still too powerful for El Salvador in a 2-0 friendly win over the Central American minnows at Fedex Field in Landover, Maryland.

New Zealand eye World Cup history against Australia (AFP)

New Zealand take the field in their maiden World Cup final on Sunday looking to cap an unbeaten streak by defeating co-hosts Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

With a bit of luck, people from all walks of life enjoy the big night at Meydan Racecourse
After a walk through the Food Court on Saturday night, it was obvious: Bangladeshis, Pakistanis and Sudanese prove there is more to Dubai World Cup than high heels and top hats, writes Gary Meenaghan.
Al Sadd deny deal done to sign Xavi (AFP)

Doha (AFP) - Qatari side Al Sadd released a statement on Saturday denying that a deal had been concluded to sign Barcelona and Spain great Xavi Hernandez.

Stoppage-time goal rescues draw for Dutch (AFP)

Amsterdam (AFP) - A stoppage-time equaliser attributed to Klaas-Jan Huntelaar rescued a 1-1 draw for the Netherlands against Turkey in Amsterdam in Euro 2016 qualifying Group A on Saturday night.

Konate brace gives Senegal coach winning debut (AFP)

Johannesburg (AFP) - Substitute Moussa Konate scored twice as Senegal confirmed their dominance over Ghana with a 2-1 friendly international victory in France on Saturday.

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