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England To Clinch India Series At Trent Bridge

England eased to victory over India in the second Test, leaving the home side on the brink of securing the series. The Three Lions were outstanding in a rain-affected contest at Lord’s. They were able to take control of the match from the off due to a fine bowling performance from James Anderson to bowl out the tourists for 107 in their first innings. Chris Woakes took centre stage with the bat. He replaced Ben Stokes brilliantly in the lower, scoring his maiden Test century, while Jonny Bairstow also played well with an innings of 93. Joe Root’s men were in a dominant position with a lead of 289 runs. Anderson’s early inroads allowed them to ease their way to victory as Stuart Broad ripped...

Top Five Contenders For PGA Championship

The final major of the golf season begins on Thursday at the Bellerive Golf Course, Missouri, as the leading players in the world battle for the final honour. Francesco Molinari notched his first major crown when he lifted The Open, with a flawless performance in the fourth day of the competition. The Italian will be in contention once again as he looks to cap a fine campaign with his second title, although the rest of the field will be desperate to close the gap. Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, Tiger Woods and Justin Thomas will be aiming to end their drought at the majors – some which have lasted longer than others. Thomas impressed the Bridgestone Invitational last week, winning...

Can England Back Up Edgbaston Heroics At Lord’s?

England defeated India in a thrilling opening match to their five-game Test series by 31 runs at Edgbaston. The momentum of the game shifted from both teams over the four days of the contest before the Three Lions put forward a winning effort to get over the line. India skipper Virat Kohli was outstanding in the opening, brushing aside his issues of the last tour, scoring a brilliant hundred and then a half-century in the second innings. However, his combined 200 runs was not enough for the tourists. Sam Curran and Ben Stokes came to the fore with the ball for the home side, notching four wickets in the first and second innings respectively. It was an encouraging performance for England due to...

England To Kick Off Test Series With Victory

England and India have faced off in the limited-overs formats this summer, but will now begin their five-match Test series at Edgbaston. The tourists earned first blood by defeating the Three Lions in the T20 series before Eoin Morgan and company struck back in the ODIs, winning the decider at Headingley. After a slow start to the summer, Joe Root found his form with two brilliant hundreds to turn the series in England’s favour. He will be desperate to carry that level into the Test matches where he will go head-to-head with Virat Kohli. The Three Lions have struggled for form in the longest format of the game. They could only manage a series draw against Pakistan earlier in the summer, while...

Spieth Rises To Mount Challenge For Back-To-Back Open Crowns

Jordan Spieth has a share of the lead ahead of the final round of the Open as he aims to become the first man since Padraig Harrington in 2008 to defend the crown. The American produced a brilliant round of six-under on Saturday to surge to the top of the leaderboard, although he will face competition for the Claret Jug. Kevin Kisner remains a strong contender for the tournament, maintaining his high level of form. Xander Schauffele put forward another fine display to join his compatriots at the summit. Neither Kisner or Schauffele have won a major, and their inexperience at sealing the deal could be a crucial factor with Spieth along with other contenders ready to take the crown, including Tiger...

Johnson Makes Charge At The Open

The Open has provided great entertaining in the opening two rounds of the tournament, with the leaderboard packed tightly at the top. Kevin Kisner was unable to pull away from the rest of the field after his brilliant performance on day one, although he remains tied for first place. Zach Johnson was the man to make a run to join his compatriot to lead the competition going into the weekend, but it remains all to play for at Carnoustie. Out of the contenders that were well placed on day one, only Jon Rahm dropped out of the race as he endured a horror-show on day two, carding a seven-over round of 78. However, there are a number of elite players ready to make the push for the final round to win...

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