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Daily Archives: August 15, 2017

England v West Indies: Edgbaston set for UK’s first day-night Test

Fans watch the day-night Test between Australia and Pakistan in Brisbane in December 2016 – Edgbaston will have a beach, though no pool First Investec Test: England v West Indies Venue: Edgbaston Dates: 17-21 August Start: 14:00 BST Coverage: Ball-by-ball Test Match Special commentary on

New York Mets place Seth Lugo on DL

New York Mets right-hander Seth Lugo will not make his Subway Series start Wednesday because of an impingement in his right shoulder. He has been placed on the disabled list retroactive to Aug. 12. Robert Gsellman (5-5) instead will come off the disabled list to

Rovers stay in the hunt for European football

Shamrock Rovers kept up the pressure on Derry City in their quest for European football with a two-nil win on Shannonside. Goals from Dave McAllister and Ronan Finn sealed the points on a night where the Hoops didn’t have to leave second gear. Limerick made

Cardiff City 2-0 Sheffield United

Sean Morrison put Cardiff City ahead on the stroke of half time Cardiff City have won their opening three league games of a season for the first time in the Championship club’s 107-year history. Goals either side of the interval by Sean Morrison and Nathaniel

Millwall 3-4 Ipswich Town – BBC Sport

Joe Garner celebrates Ipswich’s first goal of the evening Jordan Spence scored a late header as Ipswich maintained their 100% start to the Championship season with a remarkable victory at Millwall. They trailed after 44 seconds when Jed Wallace volleyed in, but Ipswich’s Joe Garner

Championship round-up:Hourihane scores as Villa slip up

Conor Hourihane was on the scoresheet for Aston Villa, but an own goal from Glenn Whelan helped Reading to a 2-1 victory on a night when Cardiff maintained their 100 per cent start to the campaign. The Bluebirds stay top of the Sky Bet Championship

Goalscorer Alexander-Arnold in Liverpool dreamland

Trent Alexander-Arnold admitted his goal-scoring exploits in Liverpool’s 2-1 win over Hoffenheim in their Champions League play-off first-leg was “a thing of dreams”. The Liverpool-born full-back, deputising for the injured Nathaniel Clyne, opened the scoring in the 35th minute by curling home a free-kick from