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WORLD SPORTS at 1330 GMT

WORLD SPORTS at 1330 GMT

TOP STORY:

SOC--ENGLISH ROUNDUP

MANCHESTER, England -- Manchester City can provisionally go top of the Premier League by beating Crystal Palace to extend its perfect home record this campaign, while in-form Manchester United looks for a win at Norwich to put pressure on the top four. UPCOMING. By Steve Douglas. First copy by 1730 GMT. 650 words, photos. Separate reports on all six games.

NEW/DEVELOPING:

CRI--SOUTH AFRICA-INDIA

DURBAN, South Africa -- The retiring Jacques Kallis had one final say on Saturday as his unbeaten half-century guided South Africa to 267-4 in its first innings in reply to India's 334 at Kingsmead. SENT. By Gerald Imray. 500 words.

CRICKET:

CRI--AUSTRALIA-ENGLAND

MELBOURNE, Australia -- Australia boosted its chance of winning a fourth-straight test over England after a strong bowling display on day three Saturday, with the hosts requiring a further 201 runs in the final innings with all 10 wickets in hand. SENT. By Neil Frankland. 750 words.

TENNIS:

TEN--AUSTRALIAN OPEN SERIES ROUNDUP

BRISBANE, Australia -- Roger Federer arrived Down Under on Saturday for the Brisbane International with a refreshed outlook for 2014, no injuries and a new coach on his team. SENT. By Dennis Passa. 580 words.

SKIING:

SKI--WOMEN'S WORLD CUP

LIENZ, Austria -- Anna Fenninger of Austria won a women's World Cup giant slalom Saturday for her fifth career victory. SENT. By Eric Willemsen. 500 words, photos.

SKI--MEN'S WORLD CUP

BORMIO, Italy -- Aiming for back-to-back victories, Canada's Erik Guay was fastest in World Cup downhill training Saturday on the physically demanding Stelvio course. SENT. 130 words.

SAILING:

SAI--SYDNEY-HOBART

HOBART, Australia -- Defending champion Wild Oats XI took line honors in the Sydney to Hobart yacht race for a record-equaling seventh time, winning by more than 30 nautical miles Saturday. SENT. 350 words.

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Updated : 2021-06-22 09:38 GMT+08:00