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before their world title fight on Saturday. Brook takes on the unbeaten American at Sheffield United's Brammall Lane. It's Brook's fourth defence of his welterweight belt. There's more live now on Sky Sports News HQ. We're back in the next hour
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Moeen Ali insisted no one in the England camp was getting carried away after they underlined their Champions Trophy credentials with a comprehensive 72-run one-day international win over South Africa at Headingley. Wednesday's success saw England go 1-0 up in a three-match series against South Africa, top of the International Cricket Council's ODI rankings. The decisive win was all the more timely given that next week sees the start of the Champions Trophy, a tournament featuring the world's leading eight ODI sides. Hosts England will kick things off against Bangladesh at The Oval on June 1 as they go in search of their first major 50-over title. But before then, they still have two ODIs against the Proteas, with Saturday's match at Southampton followed by a series finale at Lord's on Monday. Ali, whose fluent 77 not out together with captain Eoin Morgan's century laid the platform for England's win in Leeds, said afterwards: "We're only 1-0 up with two games to go, but it's a great start to the summer.
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Without Roger Federer and Serena Williams, these players may seize the spotlight, including one who beat Rafael Nadal on clay and one who won a French Open doubles title last year.
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Space Shield Human beings have known for quite some time that our behavior has a significant influence on our planet. In fact, during the 20th century, humanity’s impact on the natural environment and climate has become so profound that some geologists began to refer to the modern era as the “Anthropocene”. In this age, human agency is the most deterministic force on the planet. But according to a comprehensive new study by an Anglo-American team of researchers, human beings might be shaping the near-space environment as well. According to the study, radio communications, EM radiation from nuclear testing and other human actions have led to the creation of a barrier around Earth that is shielding it against high-energy space radiation. The study, which was published in the journal Space Science Reviews under the titleAnthropogenic Space Weather “, was conducted by a team of scientists from the US and Imperial College, London.
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Pence went too far in claiming that a new report showed that “the average premium across this country has actually doubled under Obamacare." title="Subscribe by RSS" href="
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As per the title really. The reason I ask is that I have 3 0.24A fans that I would like to run off the same motherboard header. The header is rated for 1A but I'm sure I read somewhere once that fans can draw more amps when spinning up. Is this true or will I be ok? Cheers! GK
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of the outstanding sides in the country but the British title has continued to elude them. For four years in a row they've reached finals weekend but four years in a row they've come away without the title
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And it's going to be an unbelievable moment. That's the way he told me. I remember. He looked me in the eyes and said, one day, son. You will be defending your world title here. And the dream has come true. It's two days away
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For four years in a row, Coventry Women's water polo club have reached the British finals but have fallen just short of lifting the title. Well, this weekend they're hoping to make it fifth time lucky. But they also want to use their success to attract more young girls to take up the sport. Nick Clitheroe reports
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Danny Cowley praised the 'A-star' professionalism of Sam Habergham after the left-back extended his contract with Lincoln City. The former Braintree Town defender was already contracted to the Imps for next season but a new deal means he is now tied to the club until the summer of 2019. Habergham has been a model of consistency since following the Cowley brothers to Sincil Bank last summer, playing in almost every game as the Imps swept to the National League title and the quarter-finals of...
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Jeremy Botter of Whizzered praised their monstrous ways: And they have regularly come through in big moments. Saturday marked their third straight TakeOver with a top-notch match. Down: Wesley Blake All eyes were on Drew McIntyre in Wednesday's main event. McIntyre swallowed Blake up, not just in terms of dominating the match, but in terms of presence. In his first televised match in ages, Blake went up against the Scottish gladiator and the two men produced a decent slugfest. McInytre's recent collisions with Oney Lorcan and Andrade Cien" Almas, though were far better. Those felt like true main events. Blake vs. McIntyre came off as more of midcard contest. Blake has added a bit of a cowboy flair to his gimmick. He's changed his music. He's moved away from who he was when he tagged with Buddy Murphy, but that hasn't amounted to him looking like more of a star. He's the 2017 Ron Bass: a good, reliable hand, but not someone who you position for title runs.
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