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Eriksen treble helps Denmark rout Ireland

Denmark's Christian Eriksen scored a hat-trick in a 5-1 thrashing of Ireland in their playoff second leg to secure the final European berth at next year's World Cup.

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UKAD closes cycling "mystery package" probe

The UK Anti-Doping agency has closed its Team Sky "mystery package" investigation and will not be making any charges.

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Injury ends Nadal's year

Rafael Nadal's unforgettable season came to a painful end when he withdrew from the ATP Finals with a knee injury after defeat against David Goffin.

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Italy out of World Cup finals for first time since 1958

A desperate 0-0 draw at home to a defiant, belligerent and technically inferior Sweden ended the four-time world champions' hopes.

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Southgate plans penalty shootout practice

Gareth Southgate is thinking of putting his team through a mock penalty shootout before a Wembley crowd in an attempt to overcome nerves at major competitions.

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Moeen fit for first Ashes Test

England spinner Moeen Ali is ready to play his first Australian tour match in Townsville after recovering from a side strain.

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Northern Ireland miss out on Russia place

Switzerland scraped into next year's World Cup, their fourth finals in a row, after being held to a 0-0 draw at home by a valiant but workmanlike Northern Ireland.

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Moyes names West Ham assistants

David Moyes has named Alan Irvine and Stuart Pearce as his assistants and hopes to confirm the appointment of Sunderland's caretaker boss Billy McKinlay in the coming days.

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Ireland earn a draw in Copenhagen

Goalkeeper Darren Randolph pulled off a string of fine first-half saves as Ireland held Denmark to a 0-0 draw in the first leg of their World Cup playoff.

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Young England hold Germany to draw

England held world champions Germany to a 0-0 draw after giving debuts to five players at Wembley.

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Italy in danger of missing World Cup

A second-half goal by Sweden substitute Jakob Johansson was enough to beat Italy 1-0 and put his side in the driving seat after their World Cup playoff first leg.

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Evra receives lengthy ban and leaves Marseille

Marseille full back Patrice Evra has been banned from European club football for the rest of the season and is leaving the Ligue 1 club by mutual consent.

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Butland out of England clash

England suffered another injury blow ahead of their friendlies against Germany and Brazil when goalkeeper Jack Butland suffered a broken finger in training.

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Northern Ireland beaten by disputable penalty

Switzerland made the most of a controversial penalty converted by Ricardo Rodriguez to secure a 1-0 win away to Northern Ireland.

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Aguero considering City exit

Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has said he could leave the club when his contract ends in 2019 to play for his boyhood team Independiente in Argentina.

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England paceman Ball suffers ankle injury

England bowler Jake Ball has sent an injury scare through his team in their Ashes run-up after injuring his ankle during their game against a Cricket Australia XI.

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Farrell and Itoje rested by England

England coach Eddie Jones has omitted Owen Farrell and Maro Itoje from his squad to face Argentina on Saturday

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Draw made for ATP Tour finals

Roger Federer was paired in the same group as German debutant Alexander Zverev for next week's ATP Tour Finals.

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Finn ruled out of Ashes series

England fast bowler Steven Finn has been ruled out of the Ashes series against Australia after scans showed he has torn his left knee cartilage.

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Moyes takes charge of West Ham

Slaven Bilic was sacked on Monday as West Ham dropped into the relegation zone

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Kane, Alli and Winks all out for England

Striker Kane (knee) and midfielder Winks (ankle) had treatment during Tottenham's win over Crystal Palace

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