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Morning Sports Wrap - 7 January 2017

Hollywoodbets Dolphins will start day three of their Sunfoil Series clash with the Warriors on 243 for two in their first innings. The Dolphins lead the Warriors by 12 runs in Durban.

Yuvraj Singh
Vaughn van Jaarsveld is undefeated on 103, while Divan van Wyk is out for 95.
The Cobras were dismissed for 273 in their first innings against the Lions in Oudtshoorn.
This in reply to the Lions first innings score of 126.
Omphile Ramela top scored for the Cobras with 75.
The Lions are 32 for no loss in their second innings.
They still trail by 115 runs.

Australia have completed a 3-0 Test series victory over Pakistan.
Australia won the third and final Test in Sydney by 220 runs.
Chasing a victory target of 465 in Sydney, Pakistan were all out for 244.
Sharjeel Khan top scored for Pakistan with 40.
Younis Khan was dismissed for 13 and is 23 runs shy of reaching 10 000 Test runs.
Josh Hazlewood claimed three for 29 and Steve O'Keefe three for 53 for the Aussies.

India have recalled Yuvraj Singh.
He is in their squad for both the one-day international and T20 action against England this month.
India are without the injured Rohit Sharma.

West Ham United have suffered their heaviest FA Cup home defeat ever.
Manchester City thumped the Hammers 5-0 in London last night.
Sergio Aguero, David Silva, John Stones and Yaya Toure all scored for City.
Manchester United will be up against Reading in the FA Cup today.
Jose Mourinho says Wayne Rooney will start the game at Old Trafford.
Kickoff is at 14h30 - South African time.
Arsene Wenger plans to rest Petr Cech, Laurent Koscielny and Alexis Sanchez tonight.
That is when Arsenal will meet Preston North End at Deepdale.
Chelsea and Liverpool both have home games in the FA Cup tomorrow.
Liverpool will host Plymouth Argyle, while Chelsea will meet Peterborough United in London.
Antonio Conte has confirmed that Michy Batshuayi and Kurt Zouma will start tomorrow.

Manchester United say they have not yet received suitable bids for Memphis Depay and Morgan Schneiderlin.
Both players are expected to leave United during the transfer window this month.

Jose Mourinho says he will not select either Depay or Schneiderlin as long as their futures remain unresolved.


(File Photo: AFP)


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