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The Titans are playing much better under Mike Mularkey and it is reflected in their record. The Jaguars had three turnovers and 13 penalties, including a few out-of-control personal fouls, for 112 yards. The Jaguars have scored over 20 points only in 2 games this season and I don't think it will happen tonight either. While the Titans aren't putting up Jacksonville's defensive numbers, this is a sturdy unit now ranked No.
  • England need two wickets, Bangladesh 33 runs to win test

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    England , by that stage, had earned the right to be considered favourites once again, having cracked the crucial partnership of the innings - Sabbir's 87-run stand for the sixth wicket withMushfiqur Rahim - before dispatching two more of Bangladesh's debutants, Mehedi Hasan and Kamrul Islam Rabbi, with minimum fuss.
  • QF draw: Man United to host West Ham

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    Incidentally, it appears there was some minor naughtiness in the crowd. All quarter final ties will be played on the week commencing November 28. The game immediately afterwards is Everton away. Manchester United's reward for a 1-0 win over Manchester City is a home tie against West Ham, while Southampton will travel to Arsenal after they edged a 1-0 victory of their own over Sunderland.
  • EFL Cup: Chelsea out, Man Utd win derby

    EFL Cup: Chelsea out, Man Utd win derby

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    The Red Devils should have been in front three minutes into the second half. "He felt not good but the important thing is he is not injured". Guardiola made nine changes to the side that drew at home to Southampton on Sunday and it was Kelechi Iheanacho - in for Sergio Aguero - who got the first sight of goal in the second minute.
  • Indians' Kluber to start World Series opener against Cubs

    Indians' Kluber to start World Series opener against Cubs

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    They have been disappointed since 1945 - the last time the team appeared in the coveted United States championship. But ESPN reports there's a chance he could make the Cubs' World Series roster before Tuesday's game against the Cleveland Indians.
  • Keys 1st American in WTA Finals Since Williams Sisters

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    Which leaves the Singapore stage to Kerber and co; including world No.3 and defending champion Agniezska Radwanska, Simona Halep and French Open victor Garbine Muguruza. "If you win you are more positive", Halep explained after sailing past Keys for the fifth time in six career matches. "But I think I the biggest thing is just being excited that I am getting to go out and play another match here".
  • Michigan State failing in the 4th quarter during 5-game skid

    Michigan State failing in the 4th quarter during 5-game skid

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    Michigan State Spartans quarterback Brian Lewerke (14) tackled after gaining yards on a run against the Maryland Terrapins at Byrd Stadium. "This is a big game for us, a championship type of ballgame", Harbaugh said. Maryland had the ball to begin the quarter, and finished off their drive with a Goins touchdown run from just a couple yards out. Michigan State entered the game being out-possessed by an average of more than three minutes per game, but controlled the ball for 30:49 ...
  • LEADING OFF: Cubs, Indians to WS; Schwarber to join?

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    The Indians host the Chicago Cubs on Tuesday night in the World Series opener. Kipnis knows what a championship would mean to fans for both teams, who have gone a combined 174 seasons without celebrating a World Series title. "They have three guys that might be Cy Young (winners)". "They've got us by 40 years. If you want to count us out, that works for us". The present series differed but little from that of a year ago.
  • Oilers overcome melting ice, Jets to win 3-0

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    The Oilers improve to 5-1 while the Jets sink to 2-3. Winnipeg ranked next-to-last in the National Hockey League in penalty killing (64.3 percent) entering Saturday, allowing five power-play goals. "I think when you play in the National Hockey League - you play with the best players and against the best players - it's hard to go play Friday night hockey".
  • Wilshere keen to make most of loan spell at Bournemouth

    Wilshere keen to make most of loan spell at Bournemouth

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    Wilshere is a talented player and has proved it on many occasions... when fit. The midfielder, who made his first-team debut for the Gunners in 2008 after coming through the academy, joined Bournemouth on a season-long loan in the summer transfer window.
  • WTA Finals: Kuznetsova chops locks to beat Radwanska

    WTA Finals: Kuznetsova chops locks to beat Radwanska

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    Kuznetsova has now won nine of her past 10 matches against the Pole, and 13 of 17 overall. But working against her is the fact that the pair's last three battles have gone three sets and Kuznetsova had to save a match point in Wuhan to defeat Radwanska in their only meeting of 2016.
  • Allen's TD helps No. 1 Alabama overpower No. 6 Aggies, 33-14

    Allen's TD helps No. 1 Alabama overpower No. 6 Aggies, 33-14

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    Then with the first possession of the second half, they marched 75 yards on seven plays to take a 14-13 lead. The regular-season finale against Auburn looks treacherous as the Tigers are on fire since falling to the Aggies last month. Pettway's contributions came in more ways, though; as the defensive focal point, his mere presence in the backfield helped spring several big plays from his teammates.
  • National Football League trade rumors: Could Giants enter Joe Thomas sweepstakes?

    National Football League trade rumors: Could Giants enter Joe Thomas sweepstakes?

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    The Browns are going through a strenuous season right now. In fact five of the top 10 teams in terms of sacks allowed this season have winning records. That's three times more likely than any other team. Seattle (4-1-1) has a Super Bowl type defense though their offense has a lot to prove. There are plenty of contending teams out there with problems in pass protection.
  • Ancelotti: Too soon for Conte to win EPL title

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    Liverpool are now in second spot, tied on points with league leaders Arsenal after picking up 20 from nine games. "We need to win our matches now, which is not easy but we play Burnley, we play Swansea and West Ham and we need to win matches to close the gap".
  • 128 protesters arrested at Dakota pipeline site

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    The almost 1,200-mile long Dakota Access Pipeline has lit a firestorm of controversy, culminating in protesters and members of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe holding up camp near pipeline construction site. The Lummi's blockbuster victory is encouraging to the Standing Rock Sioux and others fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). Like any longstanding protest, there are ebbs and flows in tensions between law enforcement and the members and supporters of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe .
  • LEADING OFF: Cubs-Dodgers play Game 5, Indians resting up

    LEADING OFF: Cubs-Dodgers play Game 5, Indians resting up

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    They will be host of the opening game of the World Series for the first time in franchise history next week at Progressive Field, with their opponent still to be determined by the outcome of the NLCS between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Chicago Cubs .
  • Aguero and Kompany staying put: Guardiola

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    Guardiola delivered an early statement of intent at City by sanctioning the departure of England goalkeeper Joe Hart on season-long loan to Torino before completing the signing of Chile global Claudio Bravo from Barcelona as his replacement.
  • Mauricio Pochettino makes honest admission about Tottenham's title hopes

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    He (Winks) can play there because he's strong enough to play in that position alone. Playing one excellent match out of eight isn't worth of Premier League title contention. "So we will rotate and we will rotate in the next few games too, because it's important that the whole squad feel they are important, have the chance to play and show their quality".
  • Xhaka must learn from mistake after red card - Wenger

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    Some slack defending from Swansea was punished by Walcott twice in the first half at the Emirates Stadium, taking his tally to six goals in his last five Arsenal appearances in all competitions. Iwobi with a mazy run in the box, his cross is cleared. It's true that he was helped by lackluster defending, but his goals on Saturday hinted at a player riding a wave of confidence and momentum.
  • Cavs, Warriors once again favored to contest Finals

    Cavs, Warriors once again favored to contest Finals

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    He's a smart guy and he knows his role on the team. But the Warriors and Cavaliers have made themselves the teams to beat based on their past two seasons of success, Golden State with a record 73 wins last season and the Cavaliers making the best NBA Finals rally ever by winning the last 3 games.
  • Spurs' Sissoko faces three-match ban

    Spurs' Sissoko faces three-match ban

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    The same punishment for Sissoko would see him miss Tottenham's upcoming league clash at Leicester, the north London derby against Arsenal at the Emirates as well as the subsequent game with West Ham at White Hart Lane. On whether Sissoko had apologised, he said: "I believe that it wasn't his intention what happened". " He caught me straight in the face and if you get hit in the face anyone would have a reaction ", Arter said.
  • Second row start for Red Bull at United States Grand Prix

    Second row start for Red Bull at United States Grand Prix

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    Hamilton, 33 points behind the German with four rounds remaining, has won three of the past four races in Austin but had never before managed to seize top slot on the starting grid in Texas. Rosberg, however, had no intention of taking a conservative route to his maiden championship win. So after the US GP, Nico Rosberg is still ahead in the standings with 331 points to Lewis Hamilton's 305.
  • Man United fans tear into stars after post-Chelsea antics

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    It is fair to say Manchester United had a day to forget on Sunday, falling to a heavy loss on Jose Mourinho's return to Chelsea . Things got worse for Manchester United fans after the final whistle as Jose Mourinho confirmed Eric Bailly's knee injury was "really bad" and could be out for a long time.
  • Cleveland Indians advance to World Series

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    From left, Blue Jays fans Bernard Lewis, Magno Villagomez, Jen Magdics and Glenn Stants, were left puzzling over what went wrong with the Blue Jays in the AL championship series. The cut was so gnarly, in fact, that the team's manager, Terry Francona , had to push Bauer's scheduled start back a day. This wasn't the first time that the Indians proved to be brilliant Twitter trolls this series .
  • Marvin Lewis, Hue Jackson remain good friends in spite of rivalry

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    RotoGrinders.com Daily Slant: If Terrelle Pryor is forced to sit on Sunday, Gary Barnidge should be the de-facto top option in the passing game. They will not have free safety Jordan Poyer, who is on injured reserve after suffering a lacerated kidney when he was injured in the game with the Titans on October 16.
  • India beat New Zealand by 7 wickets

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    The tourists were bowled out for 285 in 49.4 overs. India's batting mainstay also had luck on side as he was dropped on 6 by Ross Taylor, who could not hold to a regulation catch standing at a wide slip on the bowling off Henry. After Martin Guptill (27, 21b, 2x4, 2x6) got the Kiwis off to a fast start, Tom Latham (61, 72b, 3x4, 1x6) and Ross Taylor (44, 57b, 4x4, 1x6) set about building a solid base with a partnership of 73.
  • Aguero looking vulnerable as City evolves under Guardiola

    Aguero looking vulnerable as City evolves under Guardiola

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    Bravo, signed from Barca for his ability to play with his feet, misplaced a pass to Luis Suarez and then handled his attempted lob outside the box, earning a red card. "Sometimes there are mistakes and sometimes you have to kick the ball out but most of the time, when we play good, it starts from there". At Barcelona, Guardiola fell out with Zlatan Ibrahimovic before offloading him and Thierry Henry, Samuel Eto'o and David Villa, three of the best centre-forwards of their generation, were used ...
  • Jose Mourinho happy with how his team played v Chelsea

    Jose Mourinho happy with how his team played v Chelsea

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    When you come with a strategy you can't concede a goal like that in the first minute. Check out the pundits' Sky Bet predictions and find out who they are picking to play a key role . I'm backing Chelsea as well. People had a go at United on Monday. They got a point. It's not that football has changed, it's that the team isn't good enough.
  • Ohio State heavy road favorite vs. Penn State

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    This tough contest should help them moving forward in the season. But the Buckeyes adjusted and came out of halftime to take over the game especially on the offensive side of the ball. "Reliable" in the red zone for the quarterback. "I wouldn't say we got out-toughed". In such a big time game away from home, Tyler Durbin made all three of his field goals easily (from 25 yards, 40 yards, and 31 yards out).
  • Jets QB Smith, C Mangold injured vs. Ravens

    Jets QB Smith, C Mangold injured vs. Ravens

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    His second year didn't go much better, and the Jets acquired Fitzpatrick, who looked great in 2015. Forte finished with 101 yards and a TD on 31 carries and four catches for 54 yards and a score. Any discussion of who will start for the Jets against the Browns next weekend will likely wait for word on Smith's condition. Still, Fitzpatrick had five touchdowns against 11 interceptions when he was benched.
  • Week 7 Steelers Vs Patriots - What To Watch For

    Week 7 Steelers Vs Patriots - What To Watch For

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    If you are an owner who planned ahead for Roethlisberger's upcoming Week 8 good-bye, you may already have a solid fill-in to get you through the estimated timeframe Roethlisberger is projected to miss. The phone calls and texts between LeGarrette Blount and Le'Veon Bell haven't stopped. Recently, the Steelers have been known for their high-powered offense, and not their defense.