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All eyes on Old Trafford for the most eagerly awaited match of the tournament as India and Pakistan face off. In this pod you’ll hear from Waqar Younis on what it’s like to play and coach in these games, plus a brilliant account of what this fixtures means to fans with Doosra podcast host Aatif...
Max Rushden, Lars Sivertsen, Michael Butler and Chris Paouros discuss a record-breaking World Cup win, follow-throughs, Wales in trouble, Lionel Messi making a lot of money and the perils of being a non-league referee. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
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Michael Vaughan, Sir Alastair Cook and Jonathan Agnew reflect on England’s ‘perfect performance’ to beat West Indies by 8 wickets, but there are concerns about injuries to Eoin Morgan and Jason Roy. We hear from Joe Root, who scored a century and took two wickets, as well as Morgan and an angry...
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The Lakers and Pelicans wasted no time in kicking off a game of offseason musical chairs in the NBA. What does Davis in L.A. this early in the offseason mean for the rest of 2019 free agency? Plus, does this make the Lakers title favorites, or do they have a lot more work to do? Hosts: Chris...
Emma Saunders, Izzy Christiansen, Lindsay Johnson and Vicki Sparks discuss the World Cup so far - hearing about a broken sink in Nice and the pain of missing out on the tournament through injury, as well as asking whether it has had lift off in France.
On this week's show I'm joined by Philippe Auclair to discuss FIFA and some of the wider issues that are affecting football right now – from internationals, World Cups, nation state finances and vested interests who are shaping the game for financial and commercial interests rather than sporting...
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Alastair Cook chats England's task against the West Indies, whether or not Jason Roy could feature in the Ashes, the sleepless nights he had when leading England, and is joined by old friend Graeme Swann to reminisce about their days in the slip cordon. Plus, we check in with Eoin Morgan to ask...
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A room filled with heroes - Dan Hanzus, Gregg Rosenthal, Marc Sessler and Chris Wesseling bring you the latest update on the Patriots and Texans with regards to Nick Caserio (5:39) and what it could mean for the teams. The heroes spin around the second week of mandatory minicamps and get you...
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Caroline Barker is joined by England and Arsenal midfielder Jordan Nobbs, former England goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis and Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes in Le Havre as England book their place in the World Cup knockout stages after a 1-0 victory over Argentina. The panel analyse England’s...
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The rumours are true! To celebrate another season of the Football Ramble coming to a close, we’re digging deep into the archives at Ramble HQ to bring you ten Best Of episodes, featuring some vintage Ramble moments. It’ll keep you going over summer before we return with new shows in July, and...
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HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons recaps Game 6 of the NBA Finals, Toronto's first ever NBA title, Golden State's injuries, Toronto's sound game plan, what Kevin Durant's next year may look like, and more (1:45). Then Bill sits down with actor Adam Scott to talk about the first year of 'Jimmy...
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Alex and James are joined by Billy Vunipola, Mike Tindall, Rob Vickerman and Nick Kennedy to look back at some of the best moments from the show, including the curry pizza sandwich, shing shong, getting thrown out of the England WhatsApp, cuddles with Tadhg Furlong, and the Eddie Jones love-in.
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Joe, Chris & Pat take a deep dive into why your club should avoid making a mistake in the transfer market... 
The final stage of the Ovo Energy Women's Tour saw Lizzie Deignan seal the overall victory, her first win since becoming a mother less than nine months ago. She also became the first rider to win two editions of a race that was first held in 2014, having also won in 2016. In The Cycling Podcast...
 
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On today's final episode of The Drop with NBA TV, the guys discuss the Raptors 2019 NBA championship, what it was like to be in the locker room and live in Jurassic Park, the Warriors' valiant effort, Leigh's press box etiquette, and what's next in store for the show. Turn up. Love you, guys....
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Max Rushden, Jonathan Wilson, Lars Sivertsen, Mark Langdon and Suzy Wrack discuss the opening weekend of France 2019, the conclusion of the Nations League, disrespect via kitchen utensils and an Ultrasling 3. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
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Brendan's in studio on Wednesday this week to recap UFC 238 and talks impressive performances by Henry Cejudo, Tony Ferguson and other MVP picks of the night, Tony's chances at a title shot next, Dustin Poirier pay discrepancy and upcoming fight with Khabib Nurmagomedov, Cowboy Cerrone's future,...
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In a thrilling Game 6 of the NBA Finals, the Toronto Raptors defeat the Golden State Warriors to win their first championship in franchise history. Host: John Gonzalez Guest: Kevin O’Connor
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Brendan's back from filming a new movie role and Bryan's back from hanging with Matt Mitrione and the 2 ton club. The guys talk Instagram racists, UFC 238, Cowboy Cerrone's new haircut, upcoming Vegas trip with the team, The Beatles, Bill Burr's rant on Yoko Ono, Voodoo p****i, Bryan's swinger's...
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Revising your opinion, favourite wee guys and biggest giant killings + the Drugs XI with actor Jimmy Vee and man of many clubs Tam McManus.
Welcome to the second part of our European special on the Blood Red channel to see how the leading clubs on the continent are going to react to Liverpool winning the Champions League. In part one, we spoke to writers who cover Ligue 1 in France and the Bundesliga in Germany, and if you missed the...
Finally a day with no rain! David Warner’s brilliant century helped Australia squeeze past Pakistan in a thrilling match in Taunton, despite a superb bowling display from Mohammad Amir – Waqar Younis tells us just what he thinks it will do for Amir, plus Michael Vaughan, Geoff Lemon and Aatif...
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Tim Vickery and Mina Rzouki on football in South America and Europe.
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The toughest stage ever to feature in the Ovo Energy Women's Tour did not disappoint as Lizzie Deignan won her first race since her return to racing following childbirth and Kasia Niewiadoma lit it up on the climbs, finishing second at the finish in Builth Wells.  The two former winners now sit...
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The fixtures are out and already we're plotting Liverpool's path to the Premier League title. Neil Atkinson is joined for your latest Weekender by Caoimhe O'Neill, Rob Gutmann and Adam Smith who, as well as plotting next seasons campaign, also look at the potential ins and outs of the transfer...
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A room filled with heroes- Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler, Chris Wesseling and Gregg Rosenthal bring you all the latest news around the NFL including Cam Jordan signing a 3 year extension (11:23) , Shurmur not ruling out Daniel Jones starting over Eli Manning (16:36) and a paintball injury between...
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Alison Conroy and Derek Johnstone take your calls...
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In an emergency podcast, Brian Windhorst, Andrew Han, Dave McMenamin and Kirk Goldsberry discuss the Lakers trading for Anthony Davis, how fair the terms of the trade are and what L.A. does next with their remaining cap space.
Put simply, Danny Kelly is a broadcasting legend. Now found most regularly on talkSPORT presenting Kick Off, The Season Ticket and wherever else his prodigious talents are needed, he has over 30 years in the media game, including stints editing the NME, Q Magazine, and of course covering sport...
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SCU aka SoCal Uncensored aka Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian, and Scorpio Sky, have plenty to say about SCU joining the AEW roster, and what might have happened to them individually should things have not worked out the way they did! They also speak to the origins of SCU, their friendship...
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David Currie and the Sportsound team in France at the Women's World Cup debate Scotland's performances so far plus the issues with VAR.
It's Wednesday and that can only mean one thing - On The Continent has landed! This time around we open proceedings with an appraisal of the UEFA Nations League, now the trophy has made its way to Portugal, before having a look at the latest Euro 2020 qualifiers and taking in the latest news from...
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It's Episode 4 of the Football Daft podcast This week Ewen & Grado welcome former Rangers, and now Chelsea starlet, Billy Gilmour and his dad Billy Sr (just to make sure they behaved!) Find out what Grado has bought Billy for his 18th birthday; why he decided to move to Chelsea; how he could...
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It's the second part of ATM's Women's World Cup sojourn as the hosts come to town, and the excitement is evident as France face their toughest test yet in Norway. A sold-out stadium cheers on the hosts and the fans tell us what hosting the competition means, while former Norway international...
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Big Jim and Goodey are joined in the studio by newly retired friend of the show Darren Cave as we discuss the best Premiership final ever and potentially the best club side ever, as well as check in with the Barbarians camp to see just how good a time they had in the lead up to their game against...
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In association with At The Races: Emmet Kennedy, Kevin Blake and Peter T Fornatale preview Day 1 of the jewel in British Horse Racing's Crown, Royal Ascot 2109. The lads give you their best bets on a fantastic days Racing that's all live on SKY SPORTS RACING 🏇 Subscribe for free on Apple...
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Another glorious summer for England as the men win a high pressure penalty shootout and the women get one over on Scotland. Portugal are the deserved winners of the inaugural UEFA Nations League and the whole thing turned out to be a lot of fun. As well as casting our eyes over all this we chat...
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While in NYC for Bellator 222, Chael links up with the man himself, TJ Dillashaw! Join Chael and TJ as they discuss DC vs. Stipe, Uriah Faber, shoulder surgeries, Brock Lesnar and a lot more. Don't miss this one! Go to BuyRaycon.com/CHAEL to get 20% OFF your earbuds order!  Download the...
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Caroline Barker is joined by ex-England goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis, Chelsea Women boss Emma Hayes, BBC commentator Vicki Sparks and former Chelsea winger Pat Nevin for the latest news from the Women’s World Cup. You can hear from England boss Phil Neville who says he’s shaking up his starting...
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Joe, Chris & Zac have broken down the transfers your club need to make this summer to ensure they survive going into the 2019/20 campaign! 
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With the 2019-20 fixtures out, are we now okay to call it 'this season'? Even though 'last season' only ended two weeks ago with glory in Madrid? It's a question Sean Bradbury, Paul Gorst and Caoimhe O'Neill contemplate before getting stuck into the more serious stuff on the latest edition of the...
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Yet more rain means Sri Lanka and Bangladesh never even take the field but fortunately Graeme Swann and Paul Farbrace are in superb form as they guide us through what happens in the dressing room during rain delays, how not to coach a player and the mentality of a successful spin bowler. Plus,...
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Jon Moxley made his AEW debut in surprise fashion at “Double Or Nothing” last Saturday in Las Vegas, but before he laid-out CJ and threw Kenny Omega out of the ring after entering through the sold-out crowd, the superstar wrestler formerly known as Dean Ambrose sat down for an in-depth interview...
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Tuffers sounds a bit frightened as Sir Curtly Ambrose joins the show to talk about the renaissance in fast bowling at the moment, the strength of this current West Indian team, and the World Cup so far. Michael gives his views on whether Jason Roy should start in the Ashes, we dig through the...
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Your football calls and reaction with Emma Saunders. Phone 08085 909693 free from mobiles and landlines. Text 85058 at your standard message rate. Get the podcast from the BBC Sounds app.
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Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Lars Sivertsen and Philippe Auclair discuss the Nations League with familiar themes on and off the pitch for England, a 2019 World Cup preview, transfers, Fifa and box-office VAR. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
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In the latest episode of the Cyclingnews podcast we look back at stage 6 of the Critérium du Dauphiné. Julian Alaphilippe came out on top after winning from the early break and Philippa York gives her expert analysis on the Frenchman and who he compares to from the last two decades. We also hear...
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