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Stunning finish leaves Spieth second behind Jones in Sydney SYDNEY: World number one and reigning champion Jordan Spieth hit a stunning eagle at the 17th and birdied the last to move into second place behind local Matt Jones after the third round of the Australian Open on Saturday.Overnight leader Jones watched Spieth's eagle shot from the 16th tee and responded by birdying his final two holes to card a three-under-par 68, moving to 10-under for the tournament and finishing three strokes clear of his American rival.Spieth's 67 was the best round of the day and put him on seven-under, two shots better than Rhein Gibson (68) with two other Australians, Lincoln Tighe (70) and Aron Price (70), in a share of fourth on four-under.It had looked like being a third day of frustration for Spieth in the crosswinds at the Australian Golf Club, especially after he dropped shots at three of his first four holes.The head shakes and arm ...

Leicester can be shock champs, says Van Gaal LONDON: Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has tipped Leicester as potential Premier League champions as record-chasing Jamie Vardy aims to fire the surprise leaders to another stunning victory on Saturday.Leicester striker Vardy will make history at the King Power Stadium if he scores for a Premier League record 11th successive match and his prolific form has played a major role in the Foxes' remarkable climb to the top.With 13 league goals this season, Vardy ...

Klopp's Red revolution gathers pace LIVERPOOL: Having qualified for the last 32 of the Europa League, Liverpool return to the Premier League on Sunday with an ideal opportunity to continue their revival under Jurgen Klopp when struggling Swansea visit Anfield.Liverpool have lost just once since the former Borussia Dortmund manager took over nine games ago - a defeat to Crystal Palace in their last home league game.Since then, Klopp's side have won 4-1 at Manchester City and on Thursday beat ...

Mourinho backs Chelsea to subdue red-hot Kane LONDON: Jose Mourinho is confident his Chelsea defence can nullify the threat of in-form Harry Kane even if John Terry fails to recover in time to face London rivals Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.Mourinho's side head to White Hart Lane after keeping two confidence-boosting clean sheets, first in last weekend's victory over Norwich City and then in the midweek Champions League success at Maccabi Tel Aviv. Terry limped out of the game in Israel and the ...

Wenger expects title charge from Arsenal NORWICH: Arene Wenger remains confident Arsenal can shake off their inconsistent form and mount a serious challenge for the Premier League title.Wenger's side will attempt to bounce back from last weekend's surprise loss at West Bromwich Albion when they travel to Norwich City on Sunday, five days after keeping alive their hopes of reaching the Champions League knockout stages with vital victory over Dinamo Zagreb.With their European campaign on the back-burner for two weeks, fourth-placed ...

Celtic will learn from mistakes, insists Deila GLASGOW: Celtic manager Ronny Deila insists his side will learn from their mistakes after the Glasgow giants were knocked out of the Europa League.The Hoops exited the competition at the group stage following a 2-1 home defeat to Ajax on Thursday night that leaves them rooted to the bottom of Group A without a win.It has been a disappointing campaign for Deila's side who have picked up just two points from five games.However, the Scottish ...

Brothers-in-arms for Britain against Belgium GHENT: Andy Murray ticked off one of the three boxes he needs to fill to win Britain's first Davis Cup since 1936 and now he needs the help of older brother Jamie.The two Scots will once again join forces in Ghent on Saturday in the doubles -- more often than not the key rubber in Davis Cup ties.Of the last 15 Davis Cup finals, 11 have gone to the team that won the doubles and ...


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