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Verratti keen on Juventus switch

Donato Di Campli says "Juventus are a much more attractive option" than Marco Verratti's current club Paris Saint-Germain as his agent tries to engineer a move to the Italian champions.

Kriel expects Pumas backlash

South Africa flanker Jaco Kriel expects a spirited response from Argentina when the two teams face off once again, in Salta this Saturday.

Springboks relishing Salta challenge

The Springboks are confident they are much better prepared for their away Test against Argentina this year than they were in 2016.

Vermaak added to Springbok squad

Stormers scrum-half Jano Vermaak has been called up to the Springbok squad as replacement for Ross Cronjé, who sustained a right ankle injury in the Boks' 37-15 victory over Argentina in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.

South Africa A series finely poised approaching final day

Stephen Cook struck a second-consecutive half-century as the South Africa A team ended Day Three of the Four-Day match against India A with a 184-run second innings lead with six wickets in hand at Senwes Park in Potchefstroom on Monday.

Big upset as Jabeur knocks out Cibulkova

Seventh seed Domonika Cibulkova was knocked out of Roland Garros on Wednesday, going down in straight sets to World No 114 Ons Jabeur.

Cook surges up batting rankings after double-ton

England opener Alistair Cook has made a strong charge up the ICC rankings for Test batsmen following a stellar performance in the day/night Test against the West Indies, which the hosts won by an innings and 209 runs at Edgbaston on Saturday.

Nel boost for Ajax as captain remains in limbo

Cape Town-born midfielder Morne Nel has returned home after swapping SuperSport United for Ajax Cape Town on a loan deal.

Pothas laments poor batting in ODI loss

Interim Sri Lanka coach Nic Pothas has pegged the blame for his team's opening ODI loss to India on the batsmen.

Woods undergoes fourth back surgery

Tiger Woods is set for at least another six months out after undergoing his fourth surgery on his troubled back.

Holder urges Windies to show more fight

West Indies captain Jason Holder has called on to team to show some fight after they were thrashed in the first Test against England at Edgbaston.
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