STEVE Smith put Australia in command of the Third Test with a memorable innings to leave India with a massive task to stay alive in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy series in Melbourne yesterday.
ENGLAND-BORN left-back Ben King could soon follow the path trodden by Brendan Gan in taking out Malaysian citizenship after impressing in trials with Super League champions Darul Ta’zim.
LONDON: Southampton went back into the Premier League’s top four with a 3-1 win against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Friday.
LONDON: Former England captain John Terry is performing as well in central defence as he was a decade ago, according to Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho.
JOSE Mourinho believes his Chelsea side have improved sufficiently in 2014 to justify their position as Premier League leaders.
National junior Ng Eain Yow has a chance to match Ong Beng Hee’s feat by winning a third British Junior Open title when the competition begins in Sheffield on Friday.
MOHD Zulfahmi Khairuddin is preparing for the best season of his life, fired up by the fear that failure could mean the end of his career in the Moto3 World Championship.
BURNLEY: Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes his side proved they have the guts to rescue their spluttering season after grinding out a 1-0 win over Burnley.
BADMINTON, like most sports in Malaysia, had its share of ups and downs with Lee Chong Wei testing positive for a banned substance rocking the fraternity.
MANCHESTER City manager Manuel Pellegrini has downplayed the significance of his side standing on the brink of a club-record 10-game winning run ahead of today’s game against Burnley.
WITH the exception of karate, it was a slow year for Malaysian martial arts with poor performances and a doping issue dogging national exponents.
THE festive period could make or break Tottenham Hotpsur’s season. And no match is more important than today’s home game against Manchester United.
MANCHESTER United manager Louis van Gaal has bemoaned the lack of time at his disposal as he attempts to nurse an injury-plagued squad through his first Christmas in English football.
ARSENE Wenger admits losing Oliver Giroud once again is a body blow to Arsenal’s Champions League push.
PHILLIP Hughes’ tragic death cast a shadow over an eventful year that saw Ashes rivals Australia and England brawl on the field and bond off it, joining India to pull off a bloodless coup and take charge of the game.
LONDON: Bournemouth remain on course for the Premier League after the surprise Championship leaders cruised to a 2-0 win over Fulham on Friday.
IT’S time for the coaches to make their move, with two of the more successful ones in international rugby in the news.
STEVE Hansen’s All Blacks again set the standard for the rest of the rugby world but performances by the chasing pack in 2014 demonstrated next year’s rugby World Cup in England could be the most open yet.
LIEW Daren, who intends to end the year with a title, got off to a winning start at the National GP Finals in Kuala Terengganu yesterday.
YOUNG captain Steven Smith compiled a watchful half-century to guide Australia to 259 for five at stumps and leave the third test against India delicately poised after an attritional opening day in Melbourne yesterday.
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