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England name unchanged squad

England - 23/20 to win at Trent Bridge with bet365 - have named an unchanged 12-man squad for the second Test against India which gets underway on Friday. Yorkshire all-rounder Tim Bresnan has been included again, despite missing out on action in the first Test as Stuart Broad was preferred. He is unlikely to play a part if everyone remains fit. The burly all-rounder was overlooked for Broad - who put in a good all round performance in England's 196-run victory over the tourists - but will have to wait until Friday to find out if he will play any part in the second of the four match Test series. England are 3/10 to win the series with bet365. National Selector Geoff Miller said: "While the squad from the first npower Test all came through unscathed we have included Tim Bresnan in the squad for this next Test and he'll once again be pushing for selection following a short turnaround in between Test matches."


Queally cool over showdown

Tom Queally, who will ride Frankel - 8/11 with bet365 - in tomorrow's Qipco Sussex Stakes at Goodwood, is unconcerned about the hype and pressure of the big race. The unbeaten Frankel will face a stern test in the hugely anticipated event, when he lines up against Canford Cliffs - 11/8 with bet365 - but jockey Queally is unperturbed by the situation. Queally, speaking to, said: "There will be a huge crowd and it should be a great spectacle, despite there only being four runners, with the big two horses frightening off the others, but it makes no difference to me. "Frankel has shown he's the best three-year-old around and now he has to prove it against older horses, namely Canford Cliffs." Canford Cliffs' connections have been talking up the horse ahead of the showdown, but Frankel's trainer Sir Henry Cecil believes that it is up to the horses to "do the talking".


Clarke targeting double glory

Open winner Darren Clarke - 25/1 to win the Irish Open with bet365 - is aiming to win the Irish Open and join Padraig Harrington and Nick Faldo in a select group of players. If the 42-year-old Northern Irishman achieves the feat of winning the Open and Irish Open in the same season, he will be only the third player to have ever done it - Harrington and Faldo did the double in 2007 and 1992 respectively. Clarke told "I would love to do the double and win the Irish Open after winning at Sandwich. "It would be a hell of an achievement - a dream come true - to have The Open and Irish Open trophies on display back at home." Meanwhile, Clarke's compatriots, Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell, are 5/1 and 16/1 respectively to win the Irish Open with bet635, which gets underway at Killarney Golf and Fishing Club later this week.



Webbers Red Bull future decided in August

Mark Webber, who is 4/1 to win the Hungarian Grand Prix this weekend, has been told he will find out his future with Red Bull next month. The Australian came in for criticism after ignoring team orders at the British Grand Prix earlier in the month, where he tried to pass teammate Sebastian Vettel. Webber responded by finishing third in the German Grand Prix last weekend, and said he is confident of staying with the team next year. Team owner Dietrich Mateschitz has backed him up in public, while boss Christian Horner said if Webber does stay hell need to bring harmony to the team.


Craig steps down as Crows coach

Neil Craig has shouldered the responsibility for the embarrassing loss to St Kilda and quit as head coach of the Crows, who are 10/17 with bet365 to beat Port Adelaide this Saturday. Adelaide have replaced him with Mark Bickley, a senior assistant coach, for the rest of the year. The Crows are down to 14th place after the 103-point loss to the Saints, the second-worst loss they have suffered during his tenure. Craig said: To continue would hurt the club, given the negativity and distraction that my own role has become. We have clearly underperformed this year and as senior coach, I take the responsibility for that. He has been in charge since 2004, and leaves with an overall record of 92-74. He led the Crows to the preliminary final in 2005 and 2006, but the club finished 11th last year. Craig may stay with the organization as he will take several weeks off and then will return to meet with club officials to decide his future.


Malthouse commits to Collingwood

Mick Malthouse has told Collingwood, who are 20/21 with bet365 to win the Grand Final, he will stay at the club next year. The Pies had been waiting for Malthouse to decide whether he would accept a new job, after they said they were sticking with their plan to replace him as head coach for 2012. Nathan Buckley will take over next year, regardless of whether Malthouse leads the club to another premiership. But Malthouse has decided to stay, and its expected he will be made director of coaching. The new role wont involve him attending training sessions or being in the coach's box on game days. However, its been reported that hell be available to assist new coach Nathan Buckley and his assistants if they seek any advice. Collingwood have offered Malthouse a three-year deal in his new coaching role, and say that if he had rejected the job they would have still gone ahead and created it.


Baseball National League West

Padres edge Phillies to take finale

The San Diego Padres (25/28 Tuesday lines) return home to face the Arizona Diamondbacks (51/50), Colorado Rockies and Los Angeles Dodgers after a successful road trip which saw the Padres win four out of seven. Aaron Harang won his fifth decision in a row to out-duel Cliff Lee, helping San Diego avoid the sweep at the hands of the Phillies having themselves swept Florida.

Baseball National League Central

Pirates upset Braves in first of four

Jeff Karstens will go in search of his ninth win of the year, the day after James McDonald surprised the Braves (20/37 Tuesday lines) and won his seventh at Turner Field in Atlanta. The Pirates (17/10) were held to just five hits, but made the most of their scoring opportunities to remain in first place in the National League Central.

Baseball National League East

Phillies fail to sweep as Lee falls

The Philadelphia Phillies (50/57 Tuesday lines) will move on to a three-game series with the World Champion San Francisco Giants (26/25) after taking three of four from the visiting San Diego Padres. Cliff Lee struggled as the Phillies lost for the first time in six games and Vance Worley will look for his seventh win of the season to get Philadelphia winning again.

Baseball American League West

Rangers annihilate Twins in opener

The Rangers (10/23 Tuesday lines) scored at least three runs in each of the first five innings as they comprehensively beat the Minnesota Twins (41/20) at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. C.J. Wilson is unlikely to receive such an offensive outburst in game two of the series as the 30-year old left hander looks to bounce back from defeat in his last outing.

Baseball American League Central

Rookie Kipnis makes first hit count

Highly regarded prospect Jason Kipnis came through in a big way leading the Indians (129/100 Tuesday lines) to a walk off win over the Los Angeles Angels (100/139) at Progressive Field in Cleveland. The arrival of the touted second baseman has been expected all year as the Indians continue their youth movement. Josh Tomlin looks for his 12th win of the season and faces Jered Weaver tonight.

Baseball American League East

Yankees close to within two of Red Sox

The New York Yankees won their seventh game in the past 10 as they sent the Seattle Mariners to their 16th consecutive defeat. Freddy Garcia was effective, if not overpowering, in picking up the win and the Yankees will send C.C. Sabathia to the hill in search of his 15th win in game two of the series (Mariners 27/10, Yankees 10/33 Tuesday lines).

Thanks, Nigel