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Gatland: All Blacks won't be too big a step up

Gatland: All Blacks won't be too big a step up

In all, the Crusaders squad contains nine All Blacks, making Saturday's match a dress rehearsal for the first Test on June 24. British and Irish Lions team: S Hogg (Scotland), G North, J Davies (both Wales), B Te'o (England), L Williams (Wales), O Farrell (England), C Murray (Ireland), M Vunipola, J George (both England), T Furlong (Ireland), A W Jones (Wales, capt), G Kruis (England), P O'Mahony, S O'Brien (both Ireland), T Faletau (Wales).


Unseeded Jelena Ostapenko crowned champion

Unseeded Jelena Ostapenko crowned champion

It was the second defeat in the final here for Romanian Halep , who was also bidding to become world number one by winning the trophy. "I want to really hit the ball". Halep has had issues before with being too self-critical and coming down hard on herself, particularly during matches. "I mean, I don't know", she said.



Penguins seek refuge at home in Game 5

After winning their first two games at home , they came to Nashville and were rocked to the tunes of 5-1 and 4-1. Predator coach Peter Laviolette , who talked to The AP, didn't put all the blame on Rinne. Nashville has been practically unbeatable on home ice in the postseason and the Predators will once again be supported by a loud-and-proud crowd to lend energy and motivation.


Alvaro Morata's agent reveals a 'very important offer' from Manchester United

Alvaro Morata's agent reveals a 'very important offer' from Manchester United

Recent reports suggest that the Red Devils lead the race to secure the Spanish forward's signature, and the player's agent, Juanma Lopez, has now admitted that Los Blancos have received an offer for the attacker. Real Madrid and Manchester United are set to reach an agreement over a fee for the transfer of Alvaro Morata by the end of today or tomorrow . Morata scored 20 goals in all competitions last season but Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane continued to favour Karim Benzema as the ...


Antoine Griezmann extends Atletico Madrid contract following Man Utd snub

Antoine Griezmann extends Atletico Madrid contract following Man Utd snub

Griezmann's last contract with Atletico contained a release clause at €100m, and it remains to be seen whether the new deal will have a revised figure. There has been no official confirmation of the news from Atletico. Griezmann scored 26 goals and set up 12 more for the club in all competitions this past season.