Morning Sports Wrap - 5 November 2016

Morning Sports Wrap - 5 November 2016

The Cobras are 132 for four in their first innings after two days of their Sunfoil Series clash with the Hollywoodbets Dolphins. The Cobras still trail the Dolphins by 346 runs in Paarl.

Justin Ontong
Justin Ontong in undefeated on 66.
Robbie Frylinck has taken three for 19 for the Dolphins.
The KZN franchise had earlier made 478 all out in their first innings.
Khaya Zondo cracked 157, Morne van Wyk 79 and Frylinck 58.
The Titans are 327 for six in their first innings against the Lions.
The Titans lead by 121 runs in Potchefstroom.
Henry Davids is unbeaten on 101.
Heino Kuhn is out for 71 and Aiden Markram 53.
The Warriors are 19 for no loss in their second innings against the Knights.
The Warriors lead by 179 runs in Port Elizabeth.
The Knights were dismissed for 179 in their first innings.
David Miller made 55, while Anrich Nortje claimed six for 44 for the Warriors.

Andy Murray is one win away from claiming the world number one ranking.
Murray will face Milos Raonic in the semi-finals of the Paris Masters later today.
Murray defeated Tomas Berdych 7-6 7-5 in the quarter-finals in Paris.
Novak Djokovic lost his quarter-final to Marin Cilic.

Jose Mourinho has defended veteran Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Mourinho says the Swede is playing well for the team and is creating chances.
Ibrahimovic has scored just once in his last 11 appearances for the Red Devils.
They have an English Premiership date with Swansea City tomorrow.
Manchester City, meanwhile, have doubts about the fitness of Fernandinho for their Premiership showdown with Middlesbrough this afternoon.
City remain without both Bacary Sagna and Fabian Delph.
Chelsea are still without Cesc Fabregas for their league meeting with Everton tonight.

African champions, Sundowns, have a quarter-final assignment in the Telkom Knockout Cup this evening.
Sundowns will be up against Supersport United in a Tshwane derby scheduled to start at six o'clock.
Orlando Pirates are also on the quarter-final menu tonight.
The Buccaneers will meet Highlands Park from eight o'clock onwards.
Kaizer Chiefs have a Telkom Knockout Cup appointment in Durban at three o'clock tomorrow.

Amakhosi will face Free State Stars at the Moses Mabhida Stadium.

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