1. Ayr Gold Cup Races 2013: Soft Ground Only Increases Pressure on Jack Dexter

    Scotland hasn't had a home-grown winner of the Ayr Gold Cup since 1975, but in Jack Dexter they have their best chance yet. Horses might be oblivious to pressure, but jockeys and owners certainly aren't...

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  2. England vs. Belarus: Players Who Must Perform to Ensure Home Victory

    England's women need strong performances from three players if they are to reassert themselves on the world stage with a convincing World Cup qualifying victory over Belarus in Bournemouth on Saturday...

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  3. Cycling World Championships 2013: British Team Will Dominate in Florence

    The Cycling World Championships get underway on Sunday, and the British team will be feeling very good about their chances of victory...

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  4. Glamorgan vs. Nottinghamshire: Pace Attack Key to Victory in Yorkshire Bank 40

    If Glamorgan are to force a historic victory in Saturday's Yorkshire Bank 40 final at Lord's, it will be because of their impressive bowling attack...

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  5. Washington Redskins: 4 Burning Questions the Team Must Answer

    The 2013 Washington Redskins were not supposed to start the season 0-2. Robert Griffin III was supposed to light up the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 1 and expose the Green Bay Packers ’ inability to stop the read-option in Week 2...

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  6. Fantasy Premier League 2013 Week 5: Difference-Makers to Save Your Team

    Ideally, your fantasy team is filled with players perpetually at the peak of their powers, but that's not often the case. Every fantasy manager needs a player who can save their week, sometimes single-handedly...

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  7. Natwest Series 2013: New Heroes Will Continue to Thrive in Southampton

    Michael Carberry and Jos Buttler produced performances under pressure as England tied the NatWest Series with Australia and go into the deciding match in Southampton match with the confidence to help close out the series...

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  8. Premier League Week 5 Predictions: 3 Teams on Upset Alert

    Rooting for the underdog is a particularly English pastime, so scanning the fixture list for potential upsets is standard practice each weekend...

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  9. Fantasy Premier League Transfers 2013: Players to Drop Before Week 5

    There's no time for sentimentality when picking your fantasy team for Week 5. Players should be dropped and picked up without mercy, with any change in their situation instantly causing you to reassess how useful they really are...

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  10. Triathlon World Grand Final 2013: Alistair Brownlee Will Continue Dominance

    Can anyone catch up to Alistair Brownlee in Sunday's Triathlon Grand Final? Maybe his younger brother, Jonathan, but on home soil—and the site of his famous Olympic victory—the ...

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  11. Davis Cup 2013: Key Performers in Remaining Matchups

    Every team has a key player. We've seen Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic earn crucial wins for Great Britain and Serbia over the last few days, but it's not those stars who will ultimately decide their countries' Davis Cup fate...

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  12. Vuelta a Espana 2013: Breaking Down Chris Horner's Historic Tour

    By holding off the challenge of Vincenzo Nibali and Alejandro Valverde , 41-year-old Chris Horner virtually assured himself of overall victory in the 2013 Vuelta a Espana ...

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  13. Great North Run 2013: Mo Farah Victory Far from Assured

    Only a very foolish person would bet against Mo Farah, but the talk around Newcastle is almost like he has already won the Great North Run...

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  14. Vuelta a Espana 2013: Predicting Overall Winner Ahead of Final Stages

    With just two stages to go, this year's Vuelta a Espana has reached a point where it's possible to predict an overall winner...

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  15. Fantasy Football 2013: Under-the-Radar Options for Week 4

    If you can, you're going to start Mesut Ozil in Week 4. It's the right decision, too, with the German playmaker offering a chance for big fantasy points as Arsenal play Sunderland ...

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  16. Davis Cup 2013: Players to Watch in Tournament's Upcoming Action

    The Davis Cup offers a great platform for unknown players to make themselves known to the world, as well as offering them the chance to take on some of the world's best. There are some interesting matchups to come and good players to keep an eye on.

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  17. Vuelta a Espana 2013 TV Coverage: Complete Viewing Info for Remaining Stages

    Just two stages remain in this year's Vuelta a Espana, with American Chris Horner retaking the overall lead after Stage 19 in his bid to become the oldest winner ever of a Grand Tour at age 41...

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  18. Derby d'Italia 2013: Players to Watch in Classic Tilt

    The Derby d'Italia is a great spectacle of Italian football, and both Juventus and Inter Milan will be keen to continue their excellent starts to the year...

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  19. NatWest Series 2013: Michael Carberry Must Succeed to Bolster World Cup Chances

    As a cricket fan, it's easy to feel sympathy for Michael Carberry, but England's selectors will show him no such leniency when picking the squad for the 2015 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand...

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  20. European Mixed Curling Championships 2013: Complete Preview for All Action

    September 14 sees the start of the European Mixed Curling Championships at the Murrayfield rink in Edinburgh, Scotland. The action will run until September 21 and see each European Member Association send one mixed team to participate in the tournament.

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  21. Poor Fundamentals Could Derail Washington Redskins in 2013-14

    Expectations were high among fans and analysts alike, but an inability to carry out the basic fundamentals of football could quickly sabotage the Washington Redskins ’ bid for back-to-back NFC East titles...

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  22. Chelsea Transfer News: Juan Mata Comments Won't End Transfer Speculation

    When a player says he is happy at a football club, the cynical will remark that he must be leaving. And so we come to Juan Mata , whose recent remarks to Chelsea TV (h/t the Telegraph ...

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  23. Omega European Masters 2013 Leaderboard: Biggest Surprises of Tournament so Far

    After two rounds, Denmark's Thomas Bjorn and Scotland's Stephen Gallacher sit atop the leaderboard of t he 2013 Omega European Masters...

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  24. Italian F1 Grand Prix 2013: Fast Track Speed Makes Team Strategy Vital in Monza

    Monza is the fastest track on the Formula 1 circuit, which brings team strategy into play more than ever for Sunday's Italian Grand Prix ...

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  25. Gareth Bale's Inexperience Will Prevent Immediate Success at Real Madrid

    Amid all the hype about the world-record money in the deal that sent Gareth Bale to Real Madrid last Monday, it’s easy to forget that the now-former Tottenham star has played in only 10 Champions League games and never won a trophy...

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