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Folau passed fit for Wales World Cup test LONDON: Star full back Israel Folau will start Australia's World Cup Pool A table-topping decider with Wales at Twickenham on Saturday after proving his fitness in training.Wallabies coach Michael Cheika had delayed naming his matchday squad of 23 on Thursday to make sure Folau had recovered from an ankle knock he took during the 33-13 humbling of England last Saturday.It means Folau's extraordinary run of not missing a test since he made his debut against the British and Irish Lions in 2013 is maintained.Cheika makes three changes to the starting XV, two of them enforced by the one week suspension of flanker Michael Hooper and the other because of wing Rob Horne's shoulder injury suffered in the England game. Wallabies Rookie of the Year Sean McMahon replaces Hooper, the 21-year-old gaining his second start in the pool games having been in the side that routed Uruguay -- Hooper's fellow 'jackals' ...

India's Lahiri rues poor Presidents start INCHEON: Anirban Lahiri is savouring the 'extremely special' experience of being the first golfer from India to play at the Presidents Cup but admits he and playing partner Thongchai Jaidee did not do themselves justice on Thursday. The International pair were hammered 5&4 by Americans Rickie Fowler and Jimmy Walker in the alternate shot 'foursomes' format as the United States roared to a 4-1 lead on the opening day. While Fowler and Walker are also ...
Blatter, Platini suspended from soccer by FIFA's ethics body ZURICH: FIFA President Sepp Blatter and his possible successor, European soccer chief UEFA Michel Platini, have been provisionally suspended for 90 days, the ethics committee of football's global governing body said on Thursday."During this time, the above individuals are banned from all football activities on a national and international level," FIFA's ethics committee said in a statement on Thursday. It also handed out a 90-day suspension to FIFA Secretary General Jerome Valcke, who had already ...
Unconvincing Spain eye qualification for Euros MADRID: Defending champions Spain can seal their place at next year's European Championships in France when they host minnows Luxembourg in Logrono on Friday.However, Vicente del Bosque's men are under pressure to produce plenty of goals as well as the three points after an unconvincing campaign that has failed to dispel the doubts that his golden generation may be past its prime.Del Bosque has been fiercely loyal to players who were a part of Spain's ...
Price shakes up pairings after 'first day blues' INCHEON: International team captain Nick Price has shuffled his pack hoping to get "something to click" after going 4-1 down to the US Thursday at the Presidents Cup.The American team dominated the first day's foursome play at the Jack Nicklaus Golf Club in Incheon, South Korea, as they look to extend their 17-year unbeaten streak in the team match play event.While US captain Jay Haas kept all of his four winning pairs together for the ...
Djokovic ends Chinese hopes in less than an hour BEIJING: Novak Djokovic emphatically ended home hopes at the China Open on Thursday as he beat Zhang Ze to reach the quarter-finals with his 26th straight win at the tournament.The world number one, unbeaten in five appearances in Beijing, had no room for sentiment for Beijing fans as he won 6-2, 6-1 in just 55 minutes on a bright, chilly day.Wildcard Zhang, China's number one but ranked 219th in the world, could not contend with ...
Spectre of Cilic looms for Nishikori in Tokyo TOKYO: Marin Cilic produced a masterclass on Thursday as he overpowered American Steve Johnson 6-3, 6-3 to set up a Japan Open quarter-final against defending champion Kei Nishikori.Meanwhile, tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios brutalised Spain's Roberto Bautista Agut, the muscular Australian taking less than an hour to complete a 6-4, 6-2 second-round victory in Tokyo with some equally strong-arm tactics.Sixth seed Cilic beat the Japanese superstar in last year's US Open final and the Croatian ...


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