6 April 2011: 12:52am
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Northern Ireland manager Nigel Worthington was happy with the decision to shake up his starting XI against Serbia on Friday night, despite his side's Euro 2012 hopes taking a plunge after a 2-1 defeat.Read
Scott Parker was handed his first England start for over four years as the Three Lions aimed to get their Euro 2012 qualification campaign back on track by beating Wales at the Millennium Stadium.Read
Sir Chris Hoy had to settle for Keirin silver on day four of the Track Cycling World Championships in Apeldoorn, Holland as Australia's Shane Perkins claimed gold.Read
Sri Lanka proved a step much too far as England were trounced by 10 wickets for a humbling World Cup exit at the hands of Tillekeratne Dilshan and Upul Tharanga.Read
England struggled to a modest 46 for two after 15 overs against Sri Lanka on a slow pitch in today's World Cup quarter-final.Read
Sir Chris Hoy began the defence of his Track Cycling World Championships Keirin title with victory in the opening heat in Holland this morning.Read
Andy Murray insists he can bounce back from his terrible recent form after crashing out of the Sony Ericsson Open at the first hurdle on Friday night.Read
Wigan coach Michael Maguire insists his side will learn from their heavy defeat against Warrington as the Engage Super League champions' unbeaten start to the season came to an abrupt end.Read
Skipper Robbie Keane insists the Republic of Ireland will not be fazed by the task of chasing down Russia as they attempt to reach the Euro 2012 finals.Read
Scotland boss Craig Levein will be as excited as any fan when his side take on Brazil at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.Read
New Wales captain Aaron Ramsey believes he proved his mental strength during his long battle for fitness after serious injury.Read
Nigel Worthington thanked his players for a "fantastic" performance against Serbia, despite surrendering a first-half lead to go down 2-1 against Group C rivals Serbia.Read
Fabio Capello has insisted he had no alternative except hope for a public reconciliation with deposed England skipper Rio Ferdinand at Old Trafford recently.Read
Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel began his campaign to retain his title in devastating fashion by grabbing pole position at the Australian Grand Prix for the second successive season.Read
England chose an unchanged team for today's World Cup quarter-final against Sri Lanka at the Premadasa Stadium.Read
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