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CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - England faced a double injury blow ahead of the second test against South Africa as Rory Burns and Jofra Archer were declared doubtful for Friday's start at Newlands.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - La Liga leaders Barcelona will be looking to preserve their two-point lead over Real Madrid when they visit local rivals Espanyol on Saturday but their preparations have been hit by a legal battle with their own midfielder Arturo Vidal.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - When Carlo Ancelotti took over at Everton last month, the Italian already had an eye on Sunday's FA Cup third round Merseyside derby against runaway Premier League leaders Liverpool.
LONDON (Reuters) - Finnish driver Esapekka Lappi will race for the M-Sport Ford team in this year's world rally championship after previous employers Citroen withdrew at the end of last season.
(Reuters) - Three fans were arrested for alleged "unacceptable abuse" during Brighton & Hove Albion's 1-1 home draw against Chelsea in the Premier League on New Year's Day, the south coast-based Premier League club said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Australian Nick Kyrgios has put his hand up to help the victims of raging bushfires in his country by promising a $200 donation for every ace he serves during the home summer season.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal urged organisers of the ATP Cup and Davis Cup Finals to consider a possible merger, saying it makes little sense to have two men's team competitions on the tennis calendar.
ABUJA/LAGOS (Reuters) - A steady "thwack" rings out at the driving range just outside Nigeria's capital Abuja. A girl clad in pink shoes, pink skirt and pink vest wields a club with a power that belies her slight frame, grimacing at poor shots and smiling happily at others.
(Reuters) - Nigel Wray has retired as Saracens chairman with immediate effect, the English Premiership side announced on Thursday, two months after the club was punished for breaching salary cap regulations.
(Reuters) - Four-times Grand Slam champion Kim Clijsters, due to make her professional comeback after a seven-year hiatus, said she will be selective in picking the tournaments she plays to give her time to focus on her children.