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Will Johnson Rise To The Occasion At US Open?

Four men hold a joint-lead of the US Open heading into the final round of the tournament at Shinnecock Golf Club. Dustin Johnson saw his four-shot lead disintegrate on the third day of the competition, although he still holds a share of the lead as he attempts to win the crown for a second time. He is joined at the top of the leaderboard by three of his compatriots. Brooks Koepka is in place to make a real challenge to win back-to-back titles at the event, although he was over-par for the day. Daniel Berger and Tony Finau produced the two best rounds of the third round. Both players were four-under, moving into contention for their first majors. The final day of the US Open should provide plenty...

England To Notch Second Win Over Australia

England edged out Australia in the opening one-day international of their series at The Oval, winning the contest by three wickets. The Three Lions were on form with the ball, bowling out the tourists for 214 in their innings. Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid put the squeeze on the Aussies in the middle overs, while Liam Plunkett wrapped up the tail with three strikes. Glenn Maxwell was the only Australian to pass fifty, scoring 62 in his defiant knock. However, it was a day when the Aussie batsmen were unable to find their rhythm. England had issues chasing down the total as Jason Roy, Alex Hales and Jonny Bairstow failed to fire at the top of the innings. Eoin Morgan and Joe Root scored fifties to...

US Sports Betting Market Begins Expansion; Delaware and New Jersey Accept First Wagers

Legalized single-event sports-wagering in the United States — outside of Nevada, where it’s been legal for decades — has begun its live rollout. In the past week, facilities in Delaware and New Jersey have begun accepting public wagers on sporting events for the first time ever. Credit: USA TODAY Sports It’s a huge step for the advancement and growth of the US sports-betting market, which is already estimated to be an underground activity involving tens of billions of dollars each year. It will likely take several full years for a majority of US states to legalize the activity, which will be done on a state-by-state basis following New Jersey’s US Supreme Court victory...

Top Five Contenders For The US Open

The second major of the 2017/18 PGA Tour begins on Thursday with the start of the US Open at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in New York. Brooks Koepka won the event at Erin Hills last season and will aim to join an elite company of competitors to have won the tournament. The usual suspects of Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth, Justin Rose and Rory McIlroy will also be vying for the title. Patrick Reed produced a stunning performance at The Masters to win his first major. He will also be in contention in New York in an attempt to build off his fine display to secure the Green Jacket. Credit: Getty Images Dustin Johnson Johnson returned to number one in the world with a victory at the St. Jude Classic,...

England To Bounce Back From Scotland Defeat

England will aim to put their stunning loss against Scotland behind them when they face off against Australia in the opening one-day international of their five-match series. The Three Lions were on the receiving end of a shocking defeat as their rivals north of the border produced a brilliant performance to snatch the victory by five runs. Poor bowling was to cost Eoin Morgan’s men as Calum MacLeod blasted an unbeaten 140 to guide his side to their highest ODI total of 371-5. England responded through Jonny Bairstow, who made his third ODI century on the bounce – a record for the Three Lions. However, the visitors lost crucial wickets in the middle overs, leaving it up to the tail...

Pakistan To Secure Series Win Over England

England were humbled in the first Test of their series against Pakistan falling to a nine-wicket defeat at Lord’s. Joe Root and his side paid the price for an atrocious performance with the bat in the first innings, allowing the tourists to ease to the victory. The Three Lions are under immense pressure to bounce back from their defeat, with Root and coach Trevor Bayliss under the spotlight due to the team’s poor form. England have now failed to win any of their last eight Test matches, including their 4-0 drubbing at the hands of Australia. Root made the curious decision to bat first on a green wicket at Lord’s. He paid the price as Mohammad Abbas and Hasan Ali ripped through home side’s...

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