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This is the Broncos' last home game before the November 12 meeting with New England, so any bobble against an injury-ravaged, 0-5 Giants team would be an enormous stumble. Opposite him today will be Trevor Siemian who is 79 of 126 for 888 yards and 7 touchdowns. As I talked about here , the Broncos could completely control the time of possession due to their solid rushing attack and the Giants' weak rush defense.
  • Asia Cup 2017: India thrash Pakistan to top Pool A

    Asia Cup 2017: India thrash Pakistan to top Pool A

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    After Sunday's victory, India finished the pool unbeaten with nine points. They score their first goal . Earlier in the tournament, the Men in Green started with a 7-0 win over Bangladesh, but they were held by Japan 2-2 on Friday. Q3 39'min: First penalty corner of the match for India. Rohidas, with no real threat from the Bangladesh defenders, struck the ball into the goal winning India a 4-0 lead.
  • Morocco replaces Kenya as hosts of 2018 Africa Nations Championship

    Morocco replaces Kenya as hosts of 2018 Africa Nations Championship

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    Agadir's Stade Adrar, Tangier's Stade Ibn Batouta, Casablanca's Stade Mohammed V and the Marrakesh Stadium are due to be the venues used for the African Nations Championship. Morocco appeared best bet to replace Kenya beating Equatorial Guinea and Ethiopia for the coveted rights. Morocco hosted the U23 AFCON in 2011, which was the qualifying tournament for the London Olympics in 2012.
  • Marin Cilic vs. Rafael Nadal 2017 Shanghai Masters Semifinal Pick, Odds, Prediction

    Marin Cilic vs. Rafael Nadal 2017 Shanghai Masters Semifinal Pick, Odds, Prediction

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    Number two Federer plays Juan Martin del Potro in the other semi-final later Saturday after the Argentine said he was fit despite hurting his wrist in a fall in the quarter-finals. Dimitrov sensed another opportunity in the fifth game of the third set, but Nadal survived the break point. The 16th-seeded del Potro recovered from losing the first set to knock off Zverev for the first time.
  • Dovizioso beats Marquez in MotoGP thriller at Motegi

    Dovizioso beats Marquez in MotoGP thriller at Motegi

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    Dovizioso made a blistering start from ninth on the grid as he joined Marquez in chasing down early leader Danilo Petrucci . The pair traded the lead twice more on the same lap, with Dovizioso making a bold move at Turn 6 only to lose the advantage three turns later, after which Marquez appeared to have the win sealed.
  • Clement hails 2-goal Swansea striker Abraham: His best performance

    Clement hails 2-goal Swansea striker Abraham: His best performance

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    Swansea boss Paul Clement was pleased with his side's attacking threat and praised Tammy Abraham after their 2-0 win over Huddersfield . Portugal worldwide Sanches, who signed for the club on loan from Bayern Munich in the close season, picked up the injury in training during the global break.
  • Jose Mourinho hails

    Jose Mourinho hails "positive point" from Liverpool stalemate

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    Liverpool's best chance came in the first half, with David de Gea superbly denying Joel Matip before Mohamed Salah dragged the rebound wide. Hit the widget above to listen to the Gary Neville podcast . "In the second half Matic exhausted and I had no solutions on the bench". "We had most of the possession and had one or two chances". Liverpool's midfield was really strong.
  • Gavrilova reaches Hong Kong tennis final

    Gavrilova reaches Hong Kong tennis final

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    Earlier in the final remaining quarter-final, Chang and Monique Adamczak outlasted Desirae Krawczyk of the U.S. and Giuliana Olmos of Mexico 6-4, 4-6, 10-3 in 1 hour, 32 minutes. However, the seventh seed grew increasingly frustrated in a second set where she committed 20 unforced errors . Brady advanced in 84 minutes at Victoria Park, helped by seven aces and four breaks of Gibbs.
  • Crowds gather for insane games, infield party as Talladega race weekend begins

    Crowds gather for insane games, infield party as Talladega race weekend begins

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    The year was 1987, and when NASCAR roared into Talladega Superspeedway for the first time that season, a young, local kid from nearby Hueytown, Alabama - Davey Allison - had high hopes. It seems unusual that a camera can serve as motivation on any race weekend. After Kansas next week, the series goes to tracks where he has won in the past - Martinsville (2014), Texas (2000) and Phoenix (2015) - before finishing at Homestead.
  • Patriots rookie linebacker involved in Foxboro vehicle crash

    Patriots rookie linebacker involved in Foxboro vehicle crash

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    Kyed also reports that the accident occurred on Fisher Street in Foxborough. The Foxborough Fire Department released pictures of a three-car accident on Twitter late Friday night. Photos from the crash scene showed a dark SUV that had collided with the rear of a dark sedan. Rescue crews had to cut off the roof of one of the cars to get one of the victims out.
  • Ezekiel Elliott Requests Full-Panel Rehearing

    Ezekiel Elliott Requests Full-Panel Rehearing

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    A 2-1 decision by the court ruled the initial injunction filed by the NFLPA was premature, thus making the NFL's six-game suspension of Elliott stick. 24. Players' union attorney Jeffrey Kessler wrote to a federal judge in NY on Friday that Elliott's legal team would pursue a hearing before a larger panel of the 5th U.S.
  • Sucker punched by 26 year-old at Carolina Panthers game

    Sucker punched by 26 year-old at Carolina Panthers game

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    The disturbing video was posted to Instagram. "We have reviewed the video tape of the incident and have identified the perpetrator", Panthers Executive Director of Risk Management Lance Emory said in a statement posted to Twitter by Fox 46 reporter Caroline Fountain.
  • Butch Jones' Tennessee loses ugly heartbreaker to SC

    Butch Jones' Tennessee loses ugly heartbreaker to SC

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    In the fourth, the Cocks then turned a 16-play drive into a field goal. SC on Saturday and had six yards of offense in the second half before a last-gasp drive that put Tennessee in position to steal a win. He had 17 carries for 3 net yards. That followed a rare burst of offense when South Carolina's A.J. Turner scored on a 20-yard run to cap 95-yard TD drive.
  • Juan Mata and Marcus Rashford dropped, Anthony Martial starts

    Juan Mata and Marcus Rashford dropped, Anthony Martial starts

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    Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has revealed Eric Bailly and Marcus Rashford were unable to start against Liverpool after sustaining injuries on worldwide duty. Jurgen Klopp is without Sadio Mane after the Senegal worldwide injured his hamstring but Roberto Firmino and Philippe Coutinho have been passed fit.
  • Britain's Wallace leads by two shots at Italian Open

    Britain's Wallace leads by two shots at Italian Open

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    Australia's Marcus Fraser carded the lowest round of his European Tour career to take a share of the lead at the midway point of the Italian Open on Friday. But he had four birdies in a 67 to reach 17 under, with last week's victor Tyrrell Hatton sharing second. Wallace, who is 130th in the Race to Dubai despite his victory in Portugal in May, bounced back with a birdie at the ninth and, as the likes of Hatton and Molinari applied the pressure, he put daylight between himself and the ...
  • #TakeAKnee Reaches German Football As Hertha Berlin Join Movement

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    Hertha's players were cheered by the Olympiastadion crowd when the starting 11 (including former Chelsea star Salomon Kalou) all linked arms in their own half before kickoff and knelt of the pitch. "We're no longer living in the 18th century but in the 21st century". The "take a knee" movement crossed the Atlantic Ocean on Saturday morning, as Hertha Berlin's players and coaches kneeled before their Bundesliga soccer game against visiting Schalke in a call for "tolerance and ...
  • [Teams] Tottenham vs Bournemouth: Confirmed Line-Ups From Wembley

    [Teams] Tottenham vs Bournemouth: Confirmed Line-Ups From Wembley

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    Tottenham Hotspur will be looking to pick up all three points in the Premier League this afternoon when they take on Bournemouth at home. The Londoners can be backed at just 4/21 (1.19 ) with SportPesa to enjoy a league win at Wembley for the first time, while the same firm go 25/4 (7 .25) that Pochettino's team are forced to settle for a share of the spoils - as they have in their last two top tier matches at home.
  • Syrian Forces Flush Daesh Out of Al-Mayadeen

    Syrian Forces Flush Daesh Out of Al-Mayadeen

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    In addition to Al-Mayadeen, Syrian troops are now fighting extremist groups on the northern bank of the Euphrates River in Deir Ezzor; in the east of Damascus; and on the border with Jordan, south of the country. The civilians were fleeing the fighting in the adjacent Deir el-Zour province, where Syrian troops and US -backed Kurdish-led forces are waging separate offensives against the IS group in one of its last remaining strongholds.
  • Sucker-Punching Panthers Fan Arrested And Charged With Assault

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    The Instagram user says the man - identified by police as Maraghy - and woman, wearing Panthers gear were standing for the entire game and the situation escalated through the game. "Words gradually got more and more escalated". Fan violence is nothing new at National Football League games, although this incident appears to have struck a particular nerve with the public because of the age difference between the two parties, as well as the manner in which the punches were doled out.
  • BCB welcomes ICC's change in cricketing structure

    BCB welcomes ICC's change in cricketing structure

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    At the end of the cycle the top two teams will meet in a World Test League Championship Final. For now, although the ICC have provided scope for four-day Tests to be scheduled on an extended trial until the Championship starts. "It's probably then a good feed-in to the future, to a programme, and how that's carried out, because we'll be in a position then, for more points to be able to be accumulated through wins rather than draws".