ADELAIDE - England will not be "pointing fingers" after dropping three catches to let Australia off the hook on the opening day of the second Ashes test and should be satisfied with five wickets on a lifeless pitch, spinner Graeme Swann said on Thursday.
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SUN CITY, South Africa - Former world number one Luke Donald made a blistering start to the Nedbank Golf Challenge on Thursday but the first round was cut short by thunderstorms.
BARCELONA - Barcelona welcome back Jordi Alba for their King's Cup clash at Cartagena on Friday but the Spanish champions still have several players unavailable through injury.
- Arjen Robben is out for six weeks with a knee injury sustained in Bayern Munich's 2-0 victory at Augsburg in the last 16 of the German Cup, the European champions said on Thursday.
LONDON - Jose Mourinho looked as if he did not know whether to laugh or cry after watching his Eden Hazard-inspired Chelsea side hang on for a 4-3 Premier League victory at bottom of the table Sunderland.
LONDON - Two players from an English sixth tier semi-professional team have become the latest to be charged as part of an investigation into football match-fixing, British police said 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.