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Ngidi strikes as Proteas eye series win

South Africa are seven wickets away from clinching the Test series against India after reducing the visitors to 35/3 at stumps on day four of the second Test in Centurion on Tuesday.

Stokes charged with affray

England allrounder Ben Stokes, along with two other men, has been charged with affray in connection with the incident outside a Bristol nightclub on September 25.

Nadal blows past Haase in Paris

Tournament favourite Rafael Nadal sailed into the third round at Roland Garros on Wednesday after dispatching Robin Haase in straight sets.

Raiola: Mkhitaryan to Arsenal, if Sanchez joins United

Super agent Mino Raiola has revealed that his client Henrikh Mkhitaryan will not make a move to Arsenal unless Alexis Sanchez joins Manchester United.

Taylor on the brink of enormous milestone

Ross Taylor is poised to join an exclusive club of New Zealand cricketers tomorrow when he plays his 200th One Day International for the Black Caps.

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.

See-saw day sees SA edge ahead

When bad light stopped play on day three of the second Test between South Africa and India the hosts were on 90 for 2 leading by 118 runs.

Bulls v Stormers LA clash cancelled

The Super Rugby pre-season game between South African duo the Bulls and Stormers, set to be played in Los Angeles, has been cancelled.

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.

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.

Shaw: Mourinho gave me a boost

Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw has praised the impact manager Jose Mourinho has had on his successful comeback from injury.
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