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Bayern's Lewandowski in squad for Barcelona game, Rode out BERLIN: Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski said he hoped he could play with a face mask in Wednesday's Champions League semi-final, first leg in Barcelona after being included in the squad on Tuesday despite last week's serious facial injuries. Bayern, however, will be without Sebastian Rode, who had missed Saturday's 2-0 defeat to Bayer Leverkusen due to a nagging muscle injury. The midfielder stayed behind along with long-term injured Arjen Robben, Franck Ribery, Holger Badstuber and David Alaba. Poland striker Lewandowski fractured his nose, upper jaw and suffered a concussion in their German Cup loss on penalties to Borussia Dortmund last week. He made a comeback in training on Monday, wearing a face mask and made the squad as Bayern look to make their fourth Champions League final in six seasons. "It is okay. I have to see if it's possible for tomorrow but I have no fear," Lewandowski told reporters ...

Warrington sign former Australia star Gidley LONDON: Warrington have signed former Australian international Kurt Gidley for the 2016 season, the Super League club announced on Tuesday.The 32-year-old Newcastle Knights skipper, capped 12 times by Australia, will join Warrington on a 12-month contract at the end of the year, with an option for a second season."Warrington Wolves have signed Australian utility player Kurt Gidley from NRL (National Rugby League) side Newcastle Knights for the 2016 season," Warrington announced on their website.Gidley said: ...

Buoyant Bangladesh eye maiden Test win over Pakistan DHAKA: Bangladesh hope to build on their new-found confidence by securing their first-ever Test victory over Pakistan when the second and final match starts in Dhaka on Wednesday.The Tigers are buoyed by a remarkable fightback in the drawn first Test in Khulna where they avoided defeat for the first time in nine matches against Pakistan despite trailing by 296 runs on the first innings.The gallant display followed their dominant form against the struggling Pakistanis in ...

Wenger tells Gunners to set sights on second KINGSTON UPON HULL: Arsene Wenger has challenged his Arsenal side to finish the season unbeaten and secure second place in the Premier League.The Gunners cruised to a 3-1 win at Hull City on Monday, their 10th straight match unbeaten all but securing a top-four finish for the 18th successive season.Chelsea were crowned champions on Sunday but Wenger said finishing second for the first time in a decade was an important target in a campaign that ...

Three-year residency rule on world chief's radar SYDNEY: World Rugby chief executive Brett Gosper said the three-year residency rule which has seen an increasing number of foreign-born players selected for national teams could be reviewed.Currently, players can compete for a country other than the one they were born in through a family connection stretching back to a grandparent, or via a three-year residency period.The issue was brought into sharp focus at this year's Six Nations where a host of players represented adopted ...

Pacquiao to undergo shoulder surgery, report LOS ANGELES: Manny Pacquiao's camp accused the Nevada Athletic Commission on Monday of denying them treatment for an injury to his right shoulder which will now require surgery to repair.Pacquiao, who lost a unanimous decision to Floyd Mayweather in their welterweight unification fight on Saturday, is expected to undergo surgery later this week for a torn rotator cuff, ESPN reported on Monday.Dr. Neal ElAttrache described the tear as "significant" and said Pacquiao could be out ...

Juve won't be easy prey, says Ancelotti TURIN: Real Madrid coach Carlos Ancelotti has brushed off suggestions Juventus will be easy opponents when the sides meet on Tuesday in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final in Turin.Real are widely expected to cruise to this year's final in Berlin having claimed a record 10th title last year with a 4-1 hammering of city rivals Atletico Madrid.But Ancelotti, who coached Juventus for two largely fruitless seasons at the start of his coaching ...


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