Jags RB Leonard Fournette uninjured in three-car accident

Leonard Fournette was southbound on Interstate 295 Tuesday when he was involved in a three-car crash.

India revenge would heal Proteas' scars - Elgar

South Africa will be expected to wrap up the Test series against India on day five at Centurion and Dean Elgar will lap up gaining revenge.

Koziello swaps Nice for Cologne

France Under-21 midfielder Vincent Koziello has swapped Nice for Cologne in a deal said to be worth roughly €3million.

Simeone ready to unleash Costa and Vitolo alongside Griezmann

Diego Costa, Vitolo and Antoine Griezmann are yet to line-up in the same Atletico XI but could do so against Sevilla in the Copa del Rey.

Head coach Cooper to leave Stade Francais

Former All Black Greg Cooper has decided to end his short reign as Stade Francais head coach next week.

Silverwood plays down talk of replacing Bayliss

England bowling coach Chris Silverwood says his priority is to continue his development rather than think about replacing Trevor Bayliss.

Lambert 'never thought' he would return to Premier League

He last held a Premier League job three years ago and new Stoke City boss Paul Lambert admitted he had doubts over whether he would be back.

Wenger 'very aggressive' towards referee Dean, says FA report

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger called referee Mike Dean "a disgrace" in an aggressive confrontation after the 1-1 draw against West Brom.

Reported Arsenal target Malcom starts for Bordeaux vs Caen

Amid links to Arsenal as a possible replacement for Alexis Sanchez, Malcom has been named in Bordeaux's starting XI against Caen.

Valverde not making big deal of Dembele's latest Barca blow

Ousmane Dembele's latest hamstring injury is not a cause for major concern in the eyes of Barcelona head coach Ernesto Valverde.

Costly day for Kohli as Proteas close in on series win

South Africa look set to seal a series win over India on day five, when the tourists will resume on 35-3, needing another 252 for victory.

Date set for Afghanistan's maiden Test

History will be made in June when Afghanistan compete in Test cricket for the first time, with India their opponents.

Returning McIlroy ready to end winless run

After an injury-plagued 2017, former world number one Rory McIlroy is ready to get back to winning ways this year.

In-form Short leaves coach Kirsten needing dental treatment

Hobart Hurricanes head coach Gary Kirsten was left with broken teeth and a cracked jaw after being struck by a D'Arcy Short drive.

Arsenal will have a 'hard time' signing Malcom

Bordeaux say they have not held any talks with Arsenal about a deal to take Malcom to Emirates Stadium.
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