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Sports News on November 29, 2010

Mills wants to win ODI series against India to "right the wrongs of" Bangladesh trip
New Zealand fast bowler Kyle Mills insists that Sunday's defeat in the first ODI against India was a chance lost for a Black Caps side seeking to make amends for last month's 4-0 drubbing by Bangladesh. ANI

England bid for 2018 World Cup brightens with footie hooliganism drop
With football hooliganism dropping massively in England, chances of the country being given the right to host the 2018 World Cup have reportedly brightened. ANI

ICC poised to dump Champions Trophy for new Future Tours Program
The International Cricket Council (ICC) is likely to kill off the Champions Trophy in order to construct an enhanced international programme for the future. ANI

Yousuf leaves Pak domestic team after fallout with captain Rana Naved
Pakistani batsman Mohammad Yousuf has left his old domestic team, WAPDA, to join Lahore for the Quaid-e-Azam tournament after a fallout with captain Rana Naved. ANI

US woman with Twitter name 'theashes' sick of cricket score requests!
An American mother with Twitter name @theashes is reportedly said to be irritated after being flooded with messages about the ongoing Ashes cricket series between Australia and England. ANI

Johnson, Hilfenhaus under threat as Oz recall Bollinger, Harris for Adelaide Ashes Test
Australia has recalled fast bowlers Doug Bollinger and Ryan Harris for the second Test of the Ashes series, beginning in Adelaide on Friday. ANI

Wayne, Coleen Rooney arrange 'secret christening' for son Kai
Wayne Rooney and wife Coleen have reportedly christened their son Kai yesterday with a secret classy ceremony. ANI

Eboue, the cook, is life and soul of the Gunners
Emmanuel Eboue is the life and soul of the Arsenal dressing room. ANI

My mum taught me anything was possible, says Rio Ferdinand
Footballer Rio Ferdinand is captain of England and Manchester United, and says that his mum, Janice, taught him that anything was possible in life. ANI

Man U's Berbatov credits Rooney with firing him up to hammer Blackburn
Dimitar Berbatov has credited Wayne Rooney for firing him up to score five goals out of the seven that led to Manchester United's 7-1 hammering of Blackburn. ANI

Ronaldo warns Barca that nothing can stop Real Madrid
Portuguese star striker Cristiano Ronaldo has warned the Barcelona that nothing they do can stop Real Madrid winning at the Nou Camp tonight. ANI

Ashes 2010: England considering further skin cancer tests after Flower scare
The England squad are considering further skin cancer screening following the health scare involving Andy Flower. ANI

Cook, Trott record partnership humiliates Oz as England draw Ashes opener
England opening batsman Alastair Cook and Jonathan Trott set a series of records on day five of the first Test of the Ashes series in Brisbane, as the match finished in an expected draw on Monday. ANI

Ponting to be tested over Johnson's poor form
Australian cricket captain Ricky Ponting could face an intriguing test of loyalty when it comes to left-arm fast bowler Mitchell Johnson, who has been in poor form with the ball. ANI

Aussies have lost their aura
If England cricket captain Andrew Strauss is to be believed, the Australian team is on its last legs. ANI

Zulqarnain's family receive threats following bid to blow lid on corruption in Pak cricket
Former Pakistan wicketkeeper Zulqarnain Haider's family has reportedly received threatening calls after the player said that he would expose people involved in corruption in Pakistan cricket. ANI

Kelly Brook gets cosy with rugby player Thom Evans
Although they haven't made their relationship, Kelly Brook and her ex Danny Cipriani's former team mate Thom Evans have already been spotted cuddling and kissing. ANI

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