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Wales lock Ball puts 'frustrating' catalogue of injuries behind him

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Saturday, 05 October 2019 14:00
Wales lock Jake Ball says he has put a "hard and frustrating" catalogue of injuries behind him to become a key World Cup performer in Japan.Second row has been an injury problem position for Wales during their campaign so far, with Cory Hill ruled out of the tournament and Adam Beard yet to feature after having his appendix removed.So it…

Scotland's Toolis fired up to grab World Cup chance

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Saturday, 05 October 2019 14:00
You didn't need to have the investigative powers of Jim Taggart to know that Ben Toolis' World Cup has felt like murder to the big second-row. It was all there in his unsmiling face and his big angry head.Toolis is one of five Scottish players who have yet to see a minute's action in Japan - George Turner, Pete Horne,…

Winning group would give Wales psychological boost - Gatland

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Saturday, 05 October 2019 00:04
Head coach Warren Gatland believes topping their pool would give Wales a mental advantage in a Rugby World Cup quarter-final.Wales won their opening two games beating Georgia and Australia.They play Fiji on Wednesday before facing Uruguay on Sunday, 13 October. "If you win the group it's a big psychological boost because you're playing a quarter-final against a team who might…

'I was fine' - England captain Farrell dismisses head injury fears

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Saturday, 05 October 2019 06:24
England captain Owen Farrell says he "feels fine" after being on the receiving end of a dangerous tackle for the second time in this World Cup.Argentina lock Tomas Lavanini was sent off for the challenge as England sealed a quarter-final place with a 39-10 win.Farrell did not leave the pitch for a head injury assessment, and played the full 80…

Japan beat Samoa to close in on quarter-finals

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Saturday, 05 October 2019 06:05
Hosts Japan moved closer to a first World Cup quarter-final with a dramatic bonus-point victory over Samoa.The sides exchanged three penalties in a nervy start before Samoan-born centre Timothy Lafaele scored the opening try.Kazuki Himeno, Kenki Fukuoka scored after the interval before Kotaro Matsushima sealed the late bonus point, while Henry Taefu scored a consolation. Japan top Pool A and…

Soccer

TAA, Salah help Liverpool ease past Rangers

TAA, Salah help Liverpool ease past Rangers

Liverpool bounced back from Saturday's disappointing draw against Brighton and Hove Albion to ease p...

Barca in UCL danger after 1-0 loss at Inter

Barca in UCL danger after 1-0 loss at Inter

Barcelona are in danger of failing to make it out of the Champions League group phase after a 1-0 lo...

Sources: Leverkusen eye Xabi Alonso as boss

Sources: Leverkusen eye Xabi Alonso as boss

Bayer Leverkusen are considering sacking manager Gerardo Seoane and are looking at appointing Xabi A...

Basketball

Suns likely to fetch record sale price, bankers say

Suns likely to fetch record sale price, bankers say

As Robert Sarver prepares to sell the NBA's Phoenix Suns and WNBA's Phoenix Mercury, investment bank...

NBA GMs favor Bucks to win title; Luka for MVP

NBA GMs favor Bucks to win title; Luka for MVP

The Milwaukee Bucks are slight favorites to win the 2023 NBA championship, and Luka Doncic was tappe...

Baseball

Nats GM calls Strasburg's 2023 status 'a mystery'

Nats GM calls Strasburg's 2023 status 'a mystery'

NEW YORK -- Stephen Strasburg's status for 2023 is up in the air after a series of injuries that lim...

Mets could start deGrom with shot at first place

Mets could start deGrom with shot at first place

NEW YORK -- If the Mets have a shot at finishing in first place in the National League East on Wedne...

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