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Inspired Murray leads Britain to Davis Cup title

GHENT, Belgium The moment Andy Murray has pursued with such fanatical zeal finally arrived, unforgettably, on Sunday when an outrageous lob arced over Belgium's David Goffin to seal Britain's first Davis Cup title for 79 years.

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Bellerin backs youngsters to plug Arsenal injury holes

Arsenal right back Hector Bellerin has backed the club's academy prospects to step up and cover the 10 first team players who are currently out injured.

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Successful day-night debut promises new dawn for tests

ADELAIDE The carefully choreographed debut of day-night test cricket in Adelaide threw some time-honoured conventions out the window but offered a glimmer of hope for the survival of the game's oldest format.

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West Indies to target Australia's middle order

SYDNEY West Indies can compete with Australia in the upcoming three-test series if they can exploit the inexperience in the hosts' middle order, captain Jason Holder said on Monday.

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Demons banished, Schwartzel back on track

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