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(Reuters) - England flanker Sam Underhill has withdrawn from the Six Nations squad with a hip injury, with Wasps' Jack Willis called up as a replacement, the Rugby Football Union (RFU) said in a statement on Tuesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - England's uncapped duo of Bristol scrumhalf Harry Randall and Wasps wing/centre Paolo Odogwu were the eye-catching names among a 28-man squad named by coach Eddie Jones on Friday for the Six Nations Championship but there was no place for Kyle Sinckler.
PETALING JAYA: Franco Morbidelli (pic) will not get his wish to be on a level playing field in 2021 as bike supplier Yamaha will not upgrade the Italian’s equipment.
LONDON: Liverpool and Manchester United face off today as the Premier League’s top two teams for the first time since 1997 – with the rivalry between England’s most successful clubs rekindled by a fascinating title race.
(Reuters) - Marco Andretti, the grandson of Formula One and Indy 500 champion Mario Andretti, announced on Friday that he will be stepping away from IndyCar racing and the Andretti Autosport team run by his father Michael.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Stand-in skipper Ajinkya Rahane stepped out of Virat Kohli's shadow with an inspiring century on Sunday as India's batsmen banished their horror 36 in Adelaide to take control of the second test against a profligate Australia on day two.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - India made four changes in their bid to bounce back from their shellacking in Adelaide but they face an uphill battle as Australia captain Tim Paine wants the hosts to continue their ruthless streak in the second test in Melbourne from Saturday.
PETALING JAYA: Veteran newsman Tony Francis has died at the age of 73 this morning (Dec 21), confirmed his former colleagues.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - India and England will play four tests, five Twenty20 matches and three one-dayers in February-March in India with the high-profile series restricted to just three venues due to the COVID-19 pandemic, both cricket boards said on Thursday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta said his side did everything he had asked of them in a 2-0 defeat by north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur but described their lack of goals as "unsustainable".