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49ers heap misery on Cardinals

The Arizona Cardinals slumped to their sixth loss in a row after going down 27-6 to the San Francisco 49ers on Monday night.
basketball

Heat burn Wizards

The Miami Heat have responded well to speculation of unrest within the camp with a 105-94 win over the Washington Wizards on Monday.
cricket

Gambhir: Need to score big

Gautam Gambhir has stressed the need for his side to score big to counter the dew when India take on New Zealand in the second ODI in Jaipur on Wednesday.
golf

Shark: I hate practising

He still loves the game but hates practising – and for that reason Greg Norman rates himself no chance of adding a sixth Australian Open title to his name at The Lakes this week.
basketball

LeBron denies coach rift

Star Miami Heat recruit LeBron James has rejected speculation there is a rift between himself and head coach Erik Spoelstra.
golf

Scott warns Open rivals

Defending Australian Open champion Adam Scott has warned challengers they will have to be at the peak of their game to steal a title that tops his career highlights to date.
cricket

All eyes on Yuvraj

With the World Cup not far away, everyone is now waiting for Yuvraj Singh to start firing when India take on New Zealand in the second ODI in Jaipur on Wednesday.
football

Archie's Roar honesty

Archie Thompson may be an admirer of Brisbane Roar this season, but the Melbourne striker won’t entertain comparisons between Ange Postecoglou's current side and Victory's dominant campaigns of 2006/07 and 2008/09.
football

Explosive BBC corruption claims

Three senior FIFA officials who will vote on the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bids have been accused of corruption by the BBC.
cricket

Injured Tuffey out of series

New Zealand paceman Daryl Tuffey has been forced to return home from his side's tour of India after suffering a bicep strain.
football

Football Ferns excited

New Zealand are pretty happy with their FIFA 2011 Womens World Cup pool, and believe they can become the first senior New Zealand team to advance past the group stages of the tournament.
football

Jose: Real weren't humiliated

Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho has denied his side were 'humiliated' by a 5-0 thumping at the hands of Barcelona on Tuesday.
cricket

Lara: Sachin is modern Don

West Indies great Brian Lara has said Sachin Tendulkar was the Don Bradman of the modern era though refusing to compare icons from different eras.
football

Championship: Leicester pip Forest

On-loan Arsenal youngster Aaron Ramsey's return to football was overshadowed as Leicester City defeated Nottingham Forest 1-0 on Tuesday.
rugby

Read confident with knee

All Blacks star No.8 in 2010 Kieran Read won't require surgery for his medial ligament injury suffered against Wales and is expecting he will be recovered in about five weeks time.
rugby

All Blacks in the right place

All Blacks forward coach Steve Hansen said on arrival in Auckland on Tuesday after the Grand Slam tour that the side's goals had been achieved.
football

Orient avoid Cup shock

Leyton Orient avoided an FA Cup boilover after Scott McGleish's second-half goal earned his side a 1-1 draw with non-league club Droylsden.
cricket

End of Champions Trophy?

With calls for focus on Test cricket on the rise, the International Cricket Council may do away with the Champions Trophy on Tuesday.
rugby

Wallabies right on track

Wallabies coach Robbie Deans believes his side will head into a World Cup year in the best shape of his tenure thanks to an arduous Spring Tour.
rugby

Wallabies doubt lingers

Australian rugby great Mark Ella has warned against getting too excited about the Wallabies' World Cup prospects despite a record win over France at the weekend.
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