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.
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.
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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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