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The team will race as Aston Martin Red Bull in 2018, as well as opening a new Advanced Performance Centre on the team's campus in Milton Keynes to benefit both organisations. Red Bull will continue to be powered by Renault engines in 2018. Rumours of more powerful twin-turbo V6 engines that will be more challenging for the drivers yet still with a careful eye on efficiency have been circling for a while.
  • Australia post 293-6 in 3rd ODI against India

    Australia post 293-6 in 3rd ODI against India

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    Nathan Coulter-Nile and Kane Richardson were the pick of the bowlers, taking three wickets each. As a captain you would love to win a Test series here in India .It is one of the toughest places to come and play. When Virat Kohli comes to the crease to bat, there is a sense of relief among all Indian cricket lovers. On the other hand, India are now on an eight-match winning run, and hold an upper hand at Indore, where the men-in-blue have a 100 percent winning record (won all four of ...
  • BOUND! Diamondbacks clinch spot in postseason for 1st time in 6 years

    BOUND! Diamondbacks clinch spot in postseason for 1st time in 6 years

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    A ATHLETICS 8, RANGERS 1: Khris Davis hit his 41st home run as host Oakland extended its winning streak to seven. Justin Bour added two run-scoring singles and a late two-run home run for Miami, which has won four of five. 24, 2017, in Phoenix. Brandon Morrow worked a flawless ninth for his second save. Jose Ramirez's 29th home run put Cleveland ahead in the sixth against Mike Leake (3-1).
  • Billy Vunipola ruled out for four months

    Billy Vunipola ruled out for four months

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    Harlequins number eight Jack Clifford has been called up to replace Vunipola in the England training squad, as Eddie Jones's team prepare for the November internationals, starting with a match against Argentina on Nov. It is the latest injury in a disrupted year for Vunipola after he missed four months at the start of 2017 and has only just returned from the shoulder surgery that saw him miss the British and Irish Lions tour to New Zealand.
  • Puerto Rican Community Rallies To Provide Hurricane Relief

    Puerto Rican Community Rallies To Provide Hurricane Relief

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    Uprooted trees and floodwaters blocked many highways and streets across the island of 3.4 million people , creating a maze that forced drivers to go against traffic. "They couldn't open the spillway until later in the night". The 345-yard dam, which was built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 1929, holds back a man-made lake covering about 2 square miles.
  • Man Utd want CCTV footage of fans who sung Lukaku song

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    Romelu Lukaku continued his fine goalscoring form for Manchester United to give them a hard-fought 1-0 victory at Southampton in the Premier League on Saturday. - Southampton have lost 11 Premier League games in 2017 - as many as they had lost in 2016, with 15 matches still to play this year. Southampton have so far failed to score in five of Pellegrino's seven fixtures since his summer appointment as Claude Puel's successor.
  • Manchester City to offer Kevin De Bruyne new contract

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    Morata's first three goals for the Blues came off his head, but it took him just two minutes to change that as he met Cesar Azpilicueta's through ball with a cool side-footed finish. "We won three titles last season and City didn't win anything". We all know where we are, we have done what we have to do, and I think it is better for football and better for world football.
  • Morata would make a flawless inlaw- Conte

    Morata would make a flawless inlaw- Conte

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    Conte who has led his side to three wins, a draw and a defeat so far this season is wary of the threat Stoke City poses to his side after their win over Arsenal and their draw against Manchester United. It was important to not lose our composure, to always stay in the game and in the second half we scored two goals and we created many chances to improve the final result.
  • Lukaku goal gives United win over Southampton

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    Saints tried to get back into the game with Nathan Redmond going forward searching for his first goal in the season but the Reds kept his shots away from the line as David de Gea enjoyed a comfortable outing. A flick by Yoshida from a Southampton corner was half-blocked and the rebound fell to Oriol Romeu , who somehow managed to stab the ball wide from three yards out.
  • Diego Costa rejected huge €75m Everton bid for Atletico Madrid

    Diego Costa rejected huge €75m Everton bid for Atletico Madrid

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    Alvaro Morata admits he's "very happy" with his partnership with Cesar Azpilicueta after scoring a hat-trick in Chelsea's 4-0 win over Stoke City on Saturday. The Spaniard, who joined the Premier League defending champions from Real Madrid this season, has scored a total of six goals in as many matches.
  • Chuck Pagano Still Must Go Despite Indianapolis Colts' First Win

    Chuck Pagano Still Must Go Despite Indianapolis Colts' First Win

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    Rashard Higgins was the lead receiver for the Browns with seven catches for 95 yards. Cleveland's receivers have yet to show they can make key plays consistently on offense. Gore ran 25 times for 57 yards and became the ninth player in National Football League history to record 3,000 carries. The Colts traded for Brissett after determining that Andrew Luck would not be ready to start the season.
  • Chargers CB Verrett set for season-ending knee surgery

    Chargers CB Verrett set for season-ending knee surgery

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    Revis remains unsigned three weeks into the National Football League season, yet Schefter reports that he is expected to play in 2017. The Chargers' interest makes sense with Jason Verrett headed for season-ending knee surgery. After six seasons in NY, he spent one season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and then one season with the New England Patriots (where he won a Super Bowl) before returning to the Jets.
  • WNBA Finals Game 1 was absolutely freaking bonkers

    WNBA Finals Game 1 was absolutely freaking bonkers

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    Game 2 of the best-of-five series is on Tuesday in Minnesota . Gray added six assists to her 27-point performance. Even before the most important series all year, the Sparks and the Lynx players all chose to show support for the anthem protests that are sweeping professional sports.
  • National Basketball Association star LeBron James: Donald Trump is a

    National Basketball Association star LeBron James: Donald Trump is a "bum"

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    Championship teams in both the National Basketball Association and the NCAA said Saturday they will not be visiting President Trump's White House to celebrate their victories. What followed was over 100 players around the league kneeling during the national anthem , with others locking arms as a sign of unity. The 29-year-old said on Friday that he did not want to visit but admitted his position was hard because he does not represent the whole team.
  • Peter Sagan takes rainbow jersey with photo-finish win in Bergen

    Peter Sagan takes rainbow jersey with photo-finish win in Bergen

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    Looking to become the first Australian since Cadel Evans in 2009 to win the world title, Matthews was one of the favourites to take the crown from Peter Sagan . Australia's Katrin Garfoot claimed silver in a sprint finish, with Denmark's Amalie Dideriksen taking the bronze, while Barnes had to settle for 14th place as the race came back together around the final bend.
  • Raiders TE Jared Cook reaches out for 1st TD vs. Redskins

    Raiders TE Jared Cook reaches out for 1st TD vs. Redskins

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    The Raiders' offensive line, the only all African-American unit in the National Football League, plans to sit or kneel together in protest of unity during the anthem, according to Rapoport. They were seated on the bench while locking arms. Wide receiver Terrelle Pryor Sr. has been dealing with a sore ankle which resulted in a poor start to his season but he seems to be optimistic for Sunday night's game against the Raiders .
  • Unsportsmanlike penalty on Denver's Von Miller was maybe dumbest call ever

    Unsportsmanlike penalty on Denver's Von Miller was maybe dumbest call ever

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    It seems like a pretty safe bet that we'll be hearing about this from the Broncos after the game. The Bills would've had to punt on fourth down from the Broncos' 46, but the penalty gave them a new set of downs from the 31. "I just wasn't thinking". I've got to be better than that. Both players laughed about it. Tyrod Taylor got fooled by one of the oldest tricks in the book on Sunday against Denver.
  • Bulls, Dwyane Wade Reach Agreement On Buyout

    Bulls, Dwyane Wade Reach Agreement On Buyout

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    With the trade of Jimmy Butler to the Minnesota Timberwolves, Dwyane felt snubbed in Chicago as he was the lone star player at the time. After all of the reports that Wade and the Bulls front office not really speaking about a buyout, everything changed late on Sunday night.