• South Africa wins toss, bowls in 2nd test vs. Australia

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    Despite dominating the opening day of the summer and leaving the visitors reeling, Australia was no match for the South Africans in the first Test after a miraculous turn around by the visitors. South Africa won the Galle Test convincingly to lead the two-match series 1-0. Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis insists it will be business as usual for his squad though.
  • Justin Houston expects to 'dominate' in return

    Justin Houston expects to 'dominate' in return

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    Rookie wideout Tyreek Hill , who has scored four touchdowns this season, stands to see more snaps this weekend with Maclin out. Head coach Andy Reid said Monday that quarterback Alex Smith will return Sunday when the Chiefs travel to Carolina, and we're hearing the reinforcements will be a lot more than just Smith.
  • Prince Harry's actress girlfriend Meghan Markle asks for time off TV show

    Prince Harry's actress girlfriend Meghan Markle asks for time off TV show

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    Markle was spotted on Thursday, Nov. 10, walking the streets while on a shopping trip to the three-storey Whole Foods store on Kensington High Street, Daily Mail reports. " But the past week has seen a line crossed ", it added. The representative also revealed Harry is "deeply disappointed" he has not been able to protect his girlfriend.
  • Rooney's going nowhere - Mourinho

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    The Englishman seems to have lost his place in Jose Mourinho's plans at Old Trafford after months of poor form. Rooney left Everton for Old Trafford in 2004 but is now out of favour under United boss Jose Mourinho , who has been leaving him on the bench.
  • Argentina must change mindset - Aguero

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    Argentina are sixth in the 10-team South American group on 16 points after 11 games, with only the top four automatically qualifying for Russian Federation while the fifth-placed side faces a play-off with the Oceania winners. The two-time world champions - who have taken just two points from their past four qualifiers - now face a crucial game at home to Colombia next Tuesday which they must win to avoid falling further off the pace.
  • Braves, Bartolo Colon agree to deal

    Braves, Bartolo Colon agree to deal

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    Wildly popular for his colorful at-bats, Colon also became the oldest player in Major League Baseball history to produce his first career home run when he took James Shields deep in San Diego on May 7. Both contracts include a team-option year for 2018. Dickey and Colon were immediately projected as top targets, primarily because they have recently been effective and were likely to take a short-term deal at this stage of their careers.
  • Canada Open to New Trade Negotiations

    Canada Open to New Trade Negotiations

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    Canada's Prime Minister has finally made contact with soon to be President of The United States, Donald Trump. She also noted that the large number of visitors on election night didn't indicate the amount of people who tried to access the site after it shuttered.
  • Browns coach on 0-10: 'I never could have dreamt this.'

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    Facing the team that once called Cleveland home, this Browns team stayed competitive for a half before falling 28-7 to the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday night. "I believe there will not be, but we will see how that goes, too ". The Ravens, who entered the Browns' matchup with the 27th ranked offense in the NFL, still have yet to face a defense that now ranks in the top 10 in the league.
  • Ben Roethlisberger's message to uneasy Steelers fans: It's only 'halftime'

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    While the team tries to regroup from the latest loss to gear up for the 7-1 Cowboys coming to town we'll be busy looking for mentions of you Black & Gold so we've got you covered. Roethlisberger has won seven straight home starts, and Pittsburgh is averaging 35 points in those games. "We're so dynamic it's insane", Bryant said.
  • Aaron Lynch out for 49ers; Carlos Hyde, Torrey Smith questionable

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    Smith, a sixth-year veteran, has never missed a game but is coping with a back issue that limited him last game and in the ensuing practice. He did not practice on Wednesday and was limited on Thursday and Friday. Should Hyde miss a third straight game, DuJuan Harris will lead the San Francisco backfield in a tough matchup. Cornerback Rashard Robinson is also questionable with a knee injury.
  • Indians Championship Merchandise Destroyed Instead of Donated

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    A suburban woman who waited 1-8 years for the Cubs to win a World Series died shortly after the Chicago team accomplished their historic feat last week. "Over several years World Vision has accepted hundreds of official shirts and caps from the sporting world immediately following big events", Jim Fischerkeller, senior director of corporate engagement, said in a statement, the Chicago Tribune reported .