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Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney has been passed fit for the Manchester derby at Eastlands on Sunday, manager Louis van Gaal said on Friday.
FC Goa coach Zico said that more Indians should have been allowed in the playing eleven than the five permissible currently in the Indian Super League.
Arsenal are still in contention for EPL title and it is too soon to say that leaders Chelsea can go through the season undefeated, manager Arsene Wenger said.
Steven Gerrard has criticised what he called FIFA\'s political decision not to include striker Luis Suarez on their shortlist for this year\'s Ballon d\'Or award.
Having remained unbeaten so far, Delhi Dynamos will be looking to post their first away victory when they lock horns with FC Goa in Fatorda on Saturday.
Steven Gerrard says he could be forced to play for a different team next season if Liverpool don\'t offer him a new contract when his current deal expires in May.
Singapore great Aleksandar Duric will bid farewell to one of football\'s most extraordinary and prolific careers when he plays his last match at the age of 44.
Scarred by a run of three games without victory, misfiring City will attempt to reassert their authority when they host derby rivals United on Sunday.
Having taken over as the torchbearer of cue sports from Sethi, Advani, who won his 1st World title in 2003, added an unprecedented 12th World title in Leeds.
The mind games have well and truly begun. With a week to go for the duel between Anand and Carlsen, the pre-match war of words are already on.
It came as a big relief to the Tendulkar-owned Kerala Blasters as super-sub Penn Orji\'s 65th minute goal saw them finally pocket their first win in the ISL.
Badminton queen Saina Nehwal put aside her racquet and walked on to the greens to try her hand at golf at the Delhi Golf Course on Thursday.
Andy Murray continued his recent resurgence when he qualified for the ATP Finals by reaching quarterfinals of Paris Masters with a win against Grigor Dimitrov.
Stan Wawrinka was knocked out in the third round of Paris Masters when he lost to South African Kevin Anderson, suffering his fourth defeat in five matches.
In the wake of sports ministry\'s diktat of not to extend financial help to athletes who prefer professional commitment over representing India, Saina Nehwal insisted her first priority would always be
Indian tennis legend Leander Paes reacted to sports ministry diktat on choosing the country-over-career stand, saying nation always comes first for him.
Having registered their first win at home, FC Pune City are gearing up to take on Kerala Blasters with renewed confidence in the Indian Super Leage football on Thursday.
ISL: Kerala Blasters beat Pune City 2-1  (30 October 09:46 pm) 
Goals from Sabeeth and Orji helped Kerala Blasters register their first win in the tournament as they beat hosts Pune City 2-1 at the the Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex Stadium.
Pankaj Advani clinched the World Billiards Championship (time format) title to bag a record 12th world crown and also complete a rare \'Grand Double\'.
FC Pune City had taken the first step with a win over FC Goa. Set for an intriguing ride against Kerala Blasters on Thursday, they hope to take a stride.
Union sports ministry took the country-over-career stand, taking exception to top tennis players for opting out of the Asian Games to play ATP Tour events.
Roger Federer kept up his hopes of finishing the year as world No. 1 when he downed Jeremy Chardy 7-6(5), 6-7(5), 6-4 in the 2nd round of the Paris Masters.
Newcastle United visited fresh misery upon Man City with an impressive 2-0 win at the Etihad Stadium that dumped the holders out of the League Cup.
United are likely to welcome back Rooney from suspension for their visit to City on Sunday, hoping he can add to his record scoring tally in the derby.
Young NorthEast United FC goalkeeper T P Rehenesh made three spectacular saves to deny Delhi Dynamos a win as the two sides settled for a goalless draw.