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Rain to hamper Australia-India ODI battle  >  Cricket

Rain has been forecast for Australia's second one-day international against India in Kolkata.

Hasler's Canterbury years go to the Dogs  >  Rugby League

Des Hasler took Canterbury to five finals series in his six NRL seasons at the club, but the one year he missed the play-offs cost him his job.

Payten shock candidate to become top Dog  >  Rugby League

Former Wests Tigers prop Todd Payten could be a shock candidate to replace Des Hasler as Canterbury's NRL coach.

Hasler, Bulldogs could go to court: report  >  Rugby League

Canterbury and sacked NRL coach Des Hasler could end up in court after the club claimed the contract between the two parties for next season was never binding.

Week off may bite Melbourne: Thaiday  >  Rugby League

Brisbane forward Sam Thaiday believes the week off may come back to bite Melbourne when the Broncos face the Storm in a preliminary final at AAMI Park.

Pangai Jr is Brisbane's Taumalolo: Glenn  >  Rugby League

Brisbane's Alex Glenn believes returning forward Tevita Pangai Junior will make his presence felt like Jason Taumalolo in their NRL preliminary final.

Cowboys fans set to raid Sydney territory  >  Rugby League

North Queensland are confident of filling a chartered plane to Sydney with Cowboys for their NRL preliminary final against the Sydney Roosters.

Storm look to speedsters for winning edge  >  Rugby League

Melbourne hope their dangerous back three will prove the difference this year, helping the Storm to go all the way to the NRL title.

GWS finals tilt a labour of love for Lobb  >  AFL

Greater Western Sydney ruckman Rory Lobb says AFL is a much harder profession than labouring, something he did after leaving school at age 14.

Giants put AFL premierships before cash  >  AFL

Newly re-signed Greater Western Sydney star Josh Kelly has placed more value on winning an AFL premiership than money, his agent says.

Scott inclusion a must for Cowboys: Ikin  >  Rugby League

It would be among the shocks of the NRL season, but the Sydney Roosters are bracing for the surprise return of North Queensland enforcer Matt Scott.

Marshall dares to dream of Storm upset  >  Rugby League

Benji Marshall is daring to dream of Brisbane claiming a shock NRL title after this year's tilt stirred memories of Wests Tigers' 2005 premiership triumph.

Stosur knocked out in first round in China  >  Tennis

Seventh seed Samantha Stosur has suffered another early exit, this time blowing a one-set lead against world No.132 Han Xinyun at the Guangzhou International.

Haynes to lead Women's Ashes charge  >  Cricket

Rachael Haynes looks set to replace the injured Meg Lanning as captain for this year's Women's Ashes.

Kerr stars as Matildas beat Brazil again  >  Football

Sam Kerr bagged a double as the Matildas eclipsed Brazil in Newcastle 3-2.

I'll learn from Pandya's ODI blitz: Zampa  >  Cricket

Australian legspinner Adam Zampa says he'll learn from the match-turning ODI over against India in which he leaked 24 runs.

I'll learn from Pandya's ODI blitz: Zampa.  >  Cricket    

Australian legspinner Adam Zampa says he'll learn from the match-turning ODI over against India in which he leaked 24 runs.

Tuivasa-Sheck is Warriors' player of year  >  Rugby League    

Fullback Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, after bouncing back from a debut Warriors season ended early by a knee injury, has been named the club's NRL player of the year.

'Play on' after Oates NRL hit: Bronco Hunt  >  Rugby League    

Brisbane's Ben Hunt says it should have been play on despite teammate Corey Oates' sickening collision in their NRL elimination final against Penrith.

Bombers keen to add lost Bulldog Stringer  >  AFL    

Essendon are keen to give Western Bulldogs forward Jake Stringer a new AFL home.

Bulldogs sack NRL coach Des Hasler  >  Rugby League    

Veteran NRL coach Des Hasler has been sacked by Canterbury after six seasons at the Bulldogs.

Cowboys' Morgan is NRL's form No.7: Pearce  >  Rugby League

Mitchell Pearce says North Queensland's Michael Morgan is the form halfback in the NRL and he must be stopped for the Sydney Roosters to reach the grand final.

Broncos sweat on Oates, NQ name Matt Scott  >  Rugby League    

The jury is out on Brisbane winger Corey Oates while North Queensland have played down Matt Scott's selection for their NRL preliminary final.

Lyon hungry for white ball cricket  >  Cricket    

Australian offspinner Nathan Lyon says he needs a big one-day campaign for NSW before he can start thinking about the 2019 World Cup.

Matt Scott makes shock Cowboys NRL return  >  Rugby League    

Cowboys coach Paul Green is adamant Matt Scott is unlikely to play in their preliminary final despite the co-captain being included in Tuesday's 21-man squad.