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Anderson keen to regain England ODI spot
England James Anderson has vowed to fight for his place in the national one-day squad after finding himself on the sidelines at the end of the recent World Cup. ANI

Mourinho confident of dimming Barcelona's Champions League hopes
Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho is confident of beating Barcelona in their Champions League semi-final first leg at the Santiago Bernabeu tonight. ANI

Fergie wants 'incredible' Giggs to play for another 10 years
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has labelled Ryan Giggs as "an incredible man" following his team's Champions League win against Schalke. ANI

Dalglish to go head-to-head with Ferguson to bag Jones
Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish is all set to go head-to-head with his Manchester United counterpart Alex Ferguson for 15 million pounds-rated Blackburn defender Phil Jones. ANI

Wayne Rooney and wife Coleen indulge in Twitter love
Indulging in Twitter love, Wayne Rooney and wife Coleen exchanged tender messages when the Manchester United champion was in Germany, proving to the world that their marriage is back on track. ANI

Ecclestone may sell shareholding in QPR for 100 million pounds
Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone has indicated that he would consider selling London-based football club Queens Park Rangers (QPR) for 100 million pounds. ANI

Liverpool almost went broke because of previous owners
Liverpool almost went broke because of the debt loaded on to the club by previous owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett. ANI

Mourhino looks to Einstein to beat Barca
"The Special One" Jose Mourinho is hoping to draw inspiration from Albert Einstein's theory of relativity when his side real Madrid takes on Barcelona in an all-time Champions League semifinal classic tonight. ANI

"Doosra" cannot be bowled legally: Michael Holding
Former Jamaican fast bowling legend-turned-commentator Michael Holding has questioned the legality of "doosra", saying that he believes it cannot be bowled legally. ANI

Duncan Fletcher appointed Indian cricket team coach
Former England cricket team coach and Zimbabwean Duncan Fletcher has reportedly been appointed as the next coach of the Indian cricket team. ANI

Confident Fergie wants Giggs, Roo, other Man U stars to fire
Manchester United coach Sir Alex Ferguson is confident about fielding his top guns against Arsenal at the Wembley this Sunday. ANI

'PCB's disastrous decisions ruining Pakistan cricket'
The wrong decisions of the Pakistan Cricket Board's present and past managements and its previous chiefs have brought Pakistan cricket at the lowest ebb, historian Khawaja Hussain Sayed has said. ANI

Arsenal ready to sell skipper Fabregas for 35-mn pounds
Arsenal is ready to sell skipper Cesc Fabregas for 35 million pounds and boss Arsene Wenger is unlikely to stand in the Spaniard's way after persuading him not to leave the club last season. ANI

Science reveals why fast bowlers are more injury-prone than others
Cricket fast bowlers are more injury-prone than others, and the practice of creating their own custom footwear could be making things worse, according to a new study. ANI

Malinga says 'quick' money not behind decision to quit Test cricket
Brushing aside criticism that he quit Test cricket to be able to make quick money, Sri Lanka pacer Lasith Malinga has said that he decided to leave the longer format to prolong his career. ANI

Kamran's father-in-law sues Zulqarnain for Rs100mn over 'match fixer' allegations
Runaway former Pakistani wicketkeeper Zulqarnain Haidar, who returned home from a self-imposed exile in the United Kingdom on Monday, has found himself in the middle of a 100-million-rupee lawsuit. ANI

Deccan Chargers all geared up to lock horns with Kochi Tuskers in IPL
Deccan Chargers is all geared up to give a tough match to Kochi Tuskers in the ensuing match of the Indian Premier League (IPL) to be played at Kochi, the port city of Kerala. ANI

Jayawardene ready to take on Lankan teammate Sangakkara in IPL battle
Mahela Jayawardene, captain of Kochi Tuskers Kerala (KTK), has said that he is ready to face his good friend Kumar Sangakkara led Deccan Chargers (DC) ahead of the league match of Indian Premier League (IPL) in India's southern Kerala state. ANI

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