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Australia enter the second Ashes Test at the splendid-looking Adelaide Oval against England as favourites but the nature of the pitch could have a lot of say. Join us for live scores and updates from 11.00am AEDT.
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Everton will look to give their top four hopes a massive boost when they travel to Old Trafford to take on Manchester United in what should be a cracking contest. Join us for live scores and commentary from 6.45am AEDT.
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Melbourne Heart coach John Aloisi will be desperate to see his side pick up three points when they take on fellow strugglers Adelaide United at AAMI Park this evening. Join us for live scores and commentary from 5.00pm AEDT.
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The Western Sydney Wanderers travel across the Tasman to take on struggling Wellington Phoenix, who are looking for their first win of the season. Join us for live scores and commentary from Westpac Stadium at 3.00pm AEDT.
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A fascinating 2013 Rugby League World Cup concludes with what should be an epic final between trans-Tasman rivals Australia and New Zealand. Join us for live scores and commentary from 1.30am AEDT.
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Both Sydney FC and Newcastle Jets are looking for their fourth win in a row. We’ll have live a live blog from 7.30pm AEDT.
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Brisbane Roar can extend their lead at the top of the A-League tree when they host Perth Glory at Suncorp Stadium this evening. We’ll have live scores from 5.30pm AEDT.
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Tonight will be the first home match of the Phil Moss era on the Central Coast, as Melbourne Victory travels to Gosford for the first time since the 2012/13 semi final. Join us for live scores and commentary from 7.30pm AEDT.
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Borussia Dortmund’s hopes of progressing to the second round of the UEFA Champions League face a litmus test when they host Napoli at the Westfalenstadion this morning. Join us for live scores and commentary from 6.45am AEDT.
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Newcastle Jets and Melbourne Heart will finish off what has been an exciting A-League round at Hunter Stadium today at 5.00pm AEDT. The Roar will have live scores and commentary throughout the 90 minutes.
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Australia are eight wickets away from taking a 1-0 lead in the Ashes series and they have 180 overs and more than 500 runs to play going into the last two days of the opening Test match against England. Join us for live scores and updates from 11.00am AEDT.
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Having posted back-to-back victories in their Spring Tour over Italy and Ireland, the atmosphere inside the Australian camp should be one of confidence and optimism.
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The Kangaroos can move within one game of reclaiming the Rugby League World Cup when they meet Fiji at Wembley Stadium this morning. Join us for live scores from 2.30am AEDT.
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Central Coast Mariners will begin the post-Graham Arnold era when they make the difficult trip west to face Perth Glory. Join us for live scores from 9.45pm AEDT.
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Melbourne Victory will be out to arrest a two-game losing slump when they host Adelaide United at Etihad Stadium. Join us for live scores and commentary from 7.45pm AEDT.
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After wins over Melbourne Victory and Melbourne Heart, Sydney FC can climb into third with a win over Wellington Phoenix in the first game of a Saturday night A-League triple header. Join us for live scores and commentary from 5.30pm AEDT.
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The second of our Group 1 races this evening is the 2013 Railway Stakes, Western Australia’s richest race. Join us for a preview and live updates from 8.00pm AEDT.
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Attention now turns away from Melbourne and onto Western Australia for the final Group 1s of the calendar year. Join us from 7.05 AEST for the running of the 2013 Winterbottom Stakes.
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Following a disappointing overtime loss against Memphis, the Golden State Warriors travel to the Staples Center to take on the resurgent LA Lakers. Join us for lives scores and commentary from 2.30pm AEDT.
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A stunning English capitulation left Australia in control of the first Ashes Test match at the end of the second day’s play at the Gabba and they have a chance to bat their opposition out of the opener on Saturday.
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