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England are resigned to the fact they must beat the Sri Lankan rain, as well as opposition batsmen and bowlers, over the next three weeks.
Hull boss Steve Bruce bemoaned Gaston Ramirez's red card after losing to Tottenham, blaming Jan Vertonghen for an over-reaction and the officials for a lack of common sense.
Lewis Hamilton celebrated his Formula One title triumph with watermelon juice, a couple of sips of Cognac and by swapping stories of his formative years in go-karting.
Rory McIlroy admitted he did not play well enough to win the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai, but predicted that could mean more misery for his rivals next year.
Stuart Broad has denied Kevin Pietersen was "bullied" during his time in the England team - and does not expect the batsman to return to the international game.
Counter-terrorism police are investigating the hacking of a rugby league team website which has been replaced with a page featuring the message: "I love you Isis".
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