ADELAIDE - England will let their cricket do the talking in the second test in Adelaide after engaging in some "ugly" verbal exchanges with Australia during their opening loss in Brisbane, captain Alastair Cook said on Wednesday.
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- Most Olympic sports do not get enough television coverage outside the four-yearly Games and need more air time, International Olympic Committee (IOC) chief Thomas Bach said on Wednesday.
ADELAIDE - Australia captain Michael Clarke has declared himself fit to face England in the second Ashes test and is relishing the opportunity to lead out the same 11 players in back-to-back matches for the first time in a year.
LONDON - Races in New Jersey, Mexico and South Korea were dropped from Formula One's official 2014 calendar on Wednesday, with the season remaining at 19 races instead of a record 22.
ROME - Italy coach Cesare Prandelli has called for the introduction of drink breaks during next year's World Cup finals in Brazil to counter the debilitating effects of heat and humidity at venues in the tropical northeast.
- Australia have put fast bowlers Doug Bollinger and Nathan Coulter-Nile on standby for next week's third Ashes test against England in Perth should any of the current pacemen break down during the second test in Adelaide, starting on Thursday.
World number one Magnus Carlsen toppled local favourite Viswanathan Anand in Chennai to add the world championship title to his already impressive resume on Friday.