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Football: Man City's Stones facing up to six weeks out

Football: Man City's Stones facing up to six weeks out

Manchester City centre-back John Stones could be out for up to six weeks after sustaining a hamstring injury during his side's 2-0 win at Leicester City on Saturday.

Football: Pogba drives Man Utd fightback, Arsenal win derby

Football: Pogba drives Man Utd fightback, Arsenal win derby

Paul Pogba marked his comeback with a goal and an assist as Manchester United fought back to beat Newcastle United 4-1 on Saturday and stay on Manchester City's tail.

Tennis: Goffin shocks Federer, faces Dimitrov in ATP Finals decider

Tennis: Goffin shocks Federer, faces Dimitrov in ATP Finals decider

David Goffin shocked overwhelming favourite Roger Federer on Saturday in the last four of the ATP Finals and will face Grigor Dimitrov for the title in the season finale.

Football: Insigne blows away World Cup blues in Milan win

Football: Insigne blows away World Cup blues in Milan win

Lorenzo Insigne washed away his World Cup woes by starring in Napoli's 2-1 victory over a struggling but spirited AC Milan on Saturday that saw the Serie A leaders go four points clear.

OHA decides to part ways with Poonacha

OHA decides to part ways with Poonacha

Former Indian star K K Poonacha's third stint at the helm of national hockey team has come to an end with the Oman Hockey Association (OHA) mutually agreeing to part ways with the experienced coach recently.

Give me a break - I'm not a cricket robot, says Kohli

Give me a break - I'm not a cricket robot, says Kohli

India skipper Virat Kohli has reiterated that he needs a break from international cricket, saying "I'm not a robot".

Football: Peru beats New Zealand 2-0 to capture last World Cup berth

Football: Peru beats New Zealand 2-0 to capture last World Cup berth

Emotional Peru advanced to the World Cup for the first time since 1982 by defeating New Zealand 2-0 on Wednesday, goals by Jefferson Farfan and Christian Ramos sealing the last ticket to Russia.

Oman Cricket urges domestic teams to get medical tests for players

The recent deaths of two local cricketers during a nets session and a practice game respectively in Muscat seemed to have served as a wake-up call to Oman Cricket (OC), the game's governing body in the sultanate, as it has issued an health advisory for all the registered domestic clubs.



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