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Live Coverage
Saturday 06 February 2016
Saturday 06 February 2016
Sat, 06 Feb
Proteas v England
Quinton de Kock will be looking for his 4th ODI ton in five innings as SA look to bounce back after losing Game 1
Sat, 06 Feb
Six Nations
The 2016 Six Nations Championship kicks off as England begin life under Eddie Jones and Ireland target a third successive title.
Sat, 06 Feb
Liverpool v Sunderland
Liverpool host Sunderland and the visitors are becoming increasingly desperate for points in their battle against relegation.

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Neil - The English are here
Feb 6, 2016 - English cricket lovers are the first to admit that England were “rubbish” at ODI...
Kepler Wessels
It was a great pity that weather intervened during the one-day international in Bloemfontein on...
Outside the Box
Just how good is Pep Guardiola? On the surface that might seem a daft question...
You might have memories of England's embarrassing 2015 World Cup campaign in your mind. Delete them...
Dr Errol Sweeney
This week two English Capital One Cup semifinals were decided on mistakes by the referees and their...
Michael Todt
It’s terrible what’s happening with cricket and tennis of late. Nope, not the recent performances...
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The West Indies u19 team employed the controversial "Mankad" dismissal to ensure they beat Zimbabwe u19 to advance to the quarterfinals of their World Cup - watch the video. Though legal, do you think this is the "right" thing to do?
I don't understand the dismissal