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Cummins not fazed by India snub

Fast bowler Pat Cummins claims that he was always an outsider for the India tour having played very little red ball cricket and he isn't too bothered about being left out.

Conte: Money is not everything

Ahead of crunch talks with unsettled striker Diego Costa, Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte insists the Premier League has more to offer than just money.

Zetsche's first thought: Not Lewis again

Receiving an unexpected call from Toto Wolff in the wake of the 2016 Abu Dhabi GP, Mercedes boss Dieter Zetsche has revealed his first reaction was "oh again, something with Lewis."

Boullier pragmatic as McLaren dream of winning

Although Eric Boullier says success for McLaren this season would be winning, he concedes the Woking team must not set expectations "too high."

Hussey urges Zampa recall

Former Australia stalwart Michael Hussey has urged Australia to consider handing an ODI appearance to leg spinner and 2016's leading ODI wicket-taker Adam Zampa.

Gordinho opens up about Aalborg trial

Kaizer Chiefs defender Lorenzo Gordinho says he "feels good" about his trial at Aalborg, and is hoping to make a name for himself in Europe.

Munster edge Glasgow to progress

Munster booked their place in the Champions Cup quarter-finals after they overcame Glasgow Warriors 14-12 at Scotstoun on Saturday.

India pip England in instant classic

India successfully chased down 351 to win the opening ODI of the series against England by three wickets in Pune on Sunday.

Conte: Costa will play again for Chelsea

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has tried to calm the waters in his apparent spat with star striker Diego Costa, saying that the Spain international did not play in Saturday's win at Leicester due to a back injury.

'Hulkenberg is the perfect fit'

According to Renault Sport Racing chairman Jerome Stoll, Nico Hulkenberg will fit in perfectly to the French manufacturer's set up going into the new season...

Ricciardo expects 'hard and fair' battles with Max

With the potential for a title fight on the cards in 2017, Daniel Ricciardo believes his battles with Max Verstappen will remain "hard and fair".
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