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2023 FIFA Women's World Cup


England and Australia's fierce sporting rivalry has not yet taken hold in football, but that could all change after their Women's World Cup semifinal.

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Australia's World Cup hero Arnold on dealing with hearing loss

Australia goalkeeper Mackenzie Arnold tells ESPN about adjusting to wearing hearing aids: "It's life changing. It improves your life so much."

Wiegman admits England have a plan for Kerr in World Cup semifinal


Gustavsson: England are massive favourites for semifinal vs. Australia


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How Gustavsson applied USWNT learnings under Ellis to Australia's World Cup push

Tony Gustavsson's first head-coaching job at the national team level is with Australia, who have focused their energy and been versatile in the face of issues and injuries to stand one game from the World Cup final.

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The football gods have the Matildas on the precipice of Australian immortality

Sometimes the footballing gods get together with their counterparts and concoct something special, leaving those below scratching their heads as to how it's all possible.



The Six Points: 'Indefensible' Dogs might have cost themselves finals

This week's Six Points features the Bulldogs' embarrassing two-minute drill, the player who must be first picked in the All-Australian team, what the AFL has got so very wrong, and what it's got so very right.

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What is the NBA in-season tournament? Format, schedule, groups

Here's what we know about the NBA Cup -- the league's newest addition to the 2023-24 schedule.

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Liverpool failed to sign Caicedo or Lavia, but here's why they may not need a defensive midfielder

For all the bidding wars and brinkmanship around the Liverpool and Chelsea pursuits for Moises Caicedo and Romeo Lavia, maybe that's not what the Reds actually need?

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How will Man City cope with out Kevin de Bruyne?



The biggest weakness for the NFL's best teams: Ranking flaws from most to least concerning

Every Super Bowl contender has an issue with its roster, some bigger than others. Here are the Achilles' heels for the top 14 teams.

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Orlovsky: Naming Richardson starter absolutely the right decision


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