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Eng vs Ind, 3rd test

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Live report - India make three changes, England choose to bowl

Follow the action from Trent Bridge with insightful analysis, graphics, highlights videos, and banter

'I got four, but should have got six or seven'

Stuart Broad speaks to ESPNcricinfo about his destructive spell at Lord's and discusses finding some of best form after a difficult 2017

2:18

Agarkar picks his XI for third Test

Does M Vijay get another go? And does Hardik Pandya still fit into the plans?

4:46

India make final Trent Bridge preparations

Rishabh Pant and Jasprit Bumrah were in focus with the visitors 0-2 down in the series against England

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Root explains tough Stokes-Curran swap

The England captain says the decision to leave Curran out has been one of his most difficult as a captain

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Kohli excited by Bumrah's return to fitness

India's captain Virat Kohli said the team selection depended on the nature of the pitch and that he was pleased with the return of Jasprit Bumrah from injury

1:33

Chopra: 'India need an extra batsman to address their batting crisis'

Aakash Chopra picks Karun Nair ahead of Hardik Pandya, and brings in Rishabh Pant as wicketkeeeper

1:36

2018 Asian Games

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Before the Asian Games begin, here's why they matter

The Asian Games are finally here and there is no getting away, writes Susan Ninan.

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Asian Games W2W4: Sushil chases missing crown, shooters make debut

Sushil Kumar will look to improve on his sole bronze medal, while shooting mixed team events make their Asian Games debut on Sunday. Here's what to watch for.

New generation of Indian shooters at Asian Games could produce improved results

Better preparation and more confidence and self-belief means India's shooting squad could do much better at the 2018 Asian Games than they did four years ago.

W2W4: Arsenal, Chelsea battle to forge new identities

Arsenal and Chelsea are trying forge new identities when they meet in the Premier League. That and more in our What To Watch For preview.

Arsenal still a laughing stock but they are improving

Arsenal's enduring commitment to slapstick comedy has become one of the key selling points of the Premier League in recent years. Unai Emery might be a new broom, but it's clear he hasn't arrived with a magic wand.

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Morata, Aubameyang both on borrowed time?

Alvaro Morata and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang arrived at Chelsea and Arsenal, respectively, in similar fashion. But their futures look different.

Emery coy on whether Cech will start against Chelsea

Arsenal's Unai Emery insists that he has confidence in both Bernd Leno and Petr Cech and their abilities to play out from the back but wouldn't be drawn on who will play against Chelsea.

3:32

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Asian Games

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Korea's fairytale goes off script ahead of India clash

Unified Korea lost to Chinese Taipei, but they are still amongst the favourites. Jonathan Selvaraj, though, explores why it's not just the results that matter.

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How a Danish sailing champion is helping India's quest for gold

Indian sailors KC Ganapathy and Varun Thakkar explain how one of world sailing's true greats is helping them in their quest to bring glory to India.

India arrive in Jakarta

1:09

Horncastle: Ronaldo ready to spearhead Juve attack

FC's James Horncastle is in Turin to report on the news Cristiano Ronaldo will start in Juventus' opener and Claudio Marchisio has left the club after 25 years.

2:59

Ronaldo's Juve arrival can't overshadow team goals

The world will be watching as Cristiano Ronaldo makes his Juventus debut, but the team's success will also depend on a talented supporting cast.

Serie A preview: Can anyone stop Juve?

Napoli, Inter and Milan look to bridge gap but, with Cristiano Ronaldo on board, the Italian champions are hot favourites to win an eighth straight title.

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Watch Cristiano Ronaldo and the stars of Serie A all season long, with every match from the Italian top flight available on ESPN and ESPN+.

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Can Ronaldo do for Juventus what he did for Real Madrid?

On the eve of Cristiano Ronaldo's debut for Juventus, Mina Rzouki and Gab Marcotti discuss their expectations for him and how he will be deployed.

3:21

How Cristiano Ronaldo affects the Juventus XI

James Horncastle breaks down what he expects the Juventus XI will look like at Chievo after Max Allegri confirmed Cristiano Ronaldo will start.

2:58

Allegri: Ronaldo's already shown us extraordinary things

Massimiliano Allegri revealed new signing Cristiano Ronaldo has already impressed in training ahead of their Serie A opener against Chievo.

0:48

Ronaldo-mania hits Juventus

Cristiano Ronaldo makes his debut for Juventus against Chievo Verona on Saturday. Get hyped.

0:51

How will Ronaldo and Juventus line up vs. Chievo?

Stewart Robson reveals his projected Juventus XI as Cristiano Ronaldo gets set to make his Serie A debut against Chievo.

1:15

La Liga begins today

Barcelona's best XI for the new season picks itself

Ernesto Valverde has been forced to use the Spanish Super Cup and Joan Gamper trophy as an express preseason. But he knows his best XI.

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La Liga preview: Is this Atletico's year in La Liga?

After a summer of big-name departures, might there be a shake-up at the top in Spain? Graham Hunter previews the new season.

Are Real Madrid good enough to win La Liga?

Following the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo, the ESPN FC panel question if Real Madrid will have the pieces necessary to win La Liga this season.

3:44

Trending videos

Why Jose Mourinho couldn't win against Paul Pogba

Shaka Hislop and Stewart Robson explain what Jose Mourinho's positive comments about Paul Pogba mean in the big picture for Manchester United.

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ESPN FC's Serie A predictions: Will Ronaldo win top player?

Juventus are the unanimous pick from the FC crew to win Serie A, but not everyone is convinced Cristiano Ronaldo will be player of the year.

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Extra Time: The Dele Alli challenge, agendas and goalkeepers

The guys try their hands at the Dele Alli challenge and respond to your tweets about goalkeepers and agendas against Bayern and Mourinho.

7:03

Pique: We want to make Davis Cup top of world tennis

The International Tennis Federation were in favour of Gerard Pieque's ideas to revamp the Davis Cup which, could turn the competition into World Cup-style event.

0:24

How big a deal is De Bruyne's injury for Manchester City?

With Kevin De Bruyne set to miss up to three months, Stewart Robson and Shaka Hislop examine the impact his injury will have on Manchester City.

1:27

Halep books place in Cinci last 16

Simona Halep booked her place in the last 16 at the Cincinnati Masters after beating Ajla Tomljanovic 4-6, 6-3, 6-3.

0:53

Tuchel: PSG must help guide & protect Mbappe

PSG manager Thomas Tuchel believes his side need to protect Kylian Mbappe this year and help his development.

0:43

Alonso: Bigger challenges than F1 for me

Fernando Alonso talks about how F1 has changed and what lies in store for his future after he confirmed he would retire from F1 at the end of the season.

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Asian Games

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Iconic Asian medals: TC Yohannan's great leap in 1974

As part of the special series featuring India's most iconic Asian Games moments, Yohannan remembers his record-setting long jump gold in 1974 Tehran.

Iconic Asian Games medals: India's historic volleyball bronze in Seoul

As part of the special series featuring India's most iconic Asian Games moments, PV Ramanna recalls why India's volleyball bronze in 1986 was a special one.

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