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19
Jul

England takes control during second Ashes Test

The Ashes are in full swing, and England has the edge.

England is in a prime position to take another Test from Australia in this year's edition of The Ashes, as Australia had a day to forget.

During the second day of the second Test at Lord's Cricket Ground in London, Australia was only able to manage a 128 compared to England's 361 and 31-3. This puts the hosts in almost complete control of the Test, and may give Australia a significant mountain to climb.

This Test will continue in the next few days before the venue switches to Old Trafford in Manchester from August 1 to 5. After this, there will be the fourth Test starting on August 9 at Riverside Ground before it all wraps up during the fifth test on August 21 at The Oval.

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16
Jul

England takes first Test on quest for The Ashes

England took the first Test of The Ashes.

England cricket fans were likely loud and proud this week, as the country recently captured the first Test against Australia in this year's edition of The Ashes.

The English side was able to post a 215 and 375 at Trent Bridge, which was enough to take down Australia by 14 runs, despite a 280 and 296. James Anderson closed the deal for England, as he was able to secure four wickets for his country's side.

This tournament will continue Thursday, July 18 at Lord's Cricket Ground in London - the venue for the second Test. This will begin at 6 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time on that day, with the Australians looking to get back for losing the first Test.

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12
Jul

Australia proves strong during first Test

The first Test of The Ashes had some notable highlights.

The second day of the first Test of this year's installment of The Ashes is in the books, and Australia kept its hopes alive of taking the first meeting against England.

England hit for 215, as well as 80/2 during the second installment of the Test, and despite a lead at the end of day two, Australia had an impressive showing from one of its new batters. Ashton Agar hit for 98 in order to give his country a 280.

This sets up what may be a thrilling finish to the first Test of The Ashes at Trent Bridge. Once this Test is completed, the two sides will head to Lord's Cricket Ground, Old Trafford, Riverside Ground and Kennington Oval to round out the fixtures.

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11
Jul

Australia, England begin battle for The Ashes

The Ashes are in full swing and both England and Australia have hopes of taking home the urn.

Day one of the first Test between Australia and England is in the books, and the two sides are both in a decent position of taking the first test.

England started off in a difficult spot at Trent Bridge in Nottinghamshire, UK, as the side managed a 214 before going all out. This wasn't the way many fans had hoped, but with Australia coming to bat, the English held the bats to 75-4 at the end of day one.

The first Test will continue until completion through the rest of the week. The second Test will move the battle to London at Lord's Cricket Ground, where play will pick up on July 18. The next three Tests will be located in Manchester, Chester-le-Street and back in London at The Oval.

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3
Jul

England looks to keep Ashes for third-straight meeting

The Ashes is only a few days away.

One of the most important cricket test series in the world will take place this summer, as The Ashes returns again. Both England and Australia have hopes of taking back the urn, but it could be quite a stunning show.

England won the past two meetings, as the 2010-11 tournament was in their favor by three matches to one. Previous to this, the English cricketers came out to a two to one victory in 2009. Australia hasn't won the urn since a five to zero sweep during the 2006-07 fixtures.

The Ashes will begin on Wednesday, July 10 at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, UK. This continues with the next four Tests spread throughout July and August. With England hosting the tournament, there will be matches located in London, Manchester and Chester-le-Street, as well.

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2
Jul

England, Australia set to meet in Ashes Series

The Ashes will begin soon, with Australia and England vying for the urn.

Cricket fans will be excited to see the next installment of The Ashes on the horizon, as both Australia and England will battle for the urn in the coming weeks.

This year's tournament will take place in England, with the five tests to occur in July and August. The first Test will be at Trent Bridge in Nottingham on Wednesday, July 10. The scheduled start time for all Tests will be 6 a.m. EDT. The two sides will reconvene on July 18 at Lords in London.

Heading into August, the two will meet for the third Test at Old Trafford in Manchester on August 1. For the fourth Test, England will host Australia at the Riverside Ground in Chester-le-Street on Friday, August 9, before completing the Ashes on Wednesday August 21, at the Kennington Oval in London.

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21
Dec

Matchday 18 offers many holiday treats

Chelsea will be looking to catch up in the table.

There are many matches in the English Premier League this weekend, which could make it an attractive appetizer for the holidays. The fixtures could prove to be quite exciting, as the races at the top, bottom and middle of the table are starting to clear up.

Manchester United looks to pad its lead on the top of the table with a win over tough side Swansea City. This won't be an easy fixture for Alex Ferguson's side, as the club must travel to Wales to take on the Swans.

Manchester City may have a bit easier of a fixture this weekend, as it hosts Reading, the club stuck at the bottom of the table. The Royals need wins quickly if they are to survive, but this looks like a mammoth task.

Chelsea will look to get back on track, as it is 13 points off of the league lead. However, the club must host a resurgent Aston Villa, who is coming off of a strong win against Liverpool.

Liverpool will need to get back to its winning ways quickly, and its next opportunity is an attractive one. The Reds host a tough Fulham side at Anfield.

Everton also travels to West Ham on Saturday, while Tottenham hosts Stoke City.

Intriguing relegation battles this weekend
The relegation fight isn't getting any clearer, as more clubs are getting pulled down into the battle. Queens Park Rangers will have an opportunity to improve its chances of avoiding the drop, as the club plays Newcastle. The Magpies have had a woeful stretch, and a loss to QPR could put the side in a lot of trouble.

Sunderland and Southampton are both slightly above the drop zone, and a win from either side could be beneficial. Both clubs may be fighting it out later in the season, so points are at a premium.

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14
Dec

Matchday 17 pits juggernauts against strugglers

Tottenham Hotspur has an important match with Swansea City this weekend.

The English Premier League resumes this weekend with many of the league's top clubs facing off with the sides stuck in the lower part of the table. These matches could play a significant role in the title race, while many sides may be able to move themselves away from the drop zone.

Manchester City will head to the North East to take on a struggling Newcastle side. The club could help get back into the thick of the title race with a win, while Newcastle needs a result to try to pick up its recent form.

Manchester United hosts Sunderland, and the match could be vital for both clubs. For United, the club will look to sustain its six-point cushion at the top of the table, while Sunderland will need to stay above water. Currently, it is only one point above the drop zone.

Aston Villa and Liverpool look like two clubs going in very different directions, as the Reds are only four points out of the top four. Aston Villa is in 17th place, with only goal differential separating it from 18th.

Stoke also looks to continue its solid form as it hosts Everton, another club with an impressive start to the season. Queens Park Rangers and Fulham face-off in a derby that could be extremely important for the former side, as QPR has yet to get a win in the league this season.

Other attractive fixtures set for the weekend
Tottenham Hotspur hosts Swansea with hopes that a win will put the North London side into the top four. However, Swansea is also potentially a win away from the same achievement.

West Bromwich Albion welcomes West Ham United the Hawthorns, with both clubs looking to get back on track. This may be one of the most intriguing matches of the weekend, as the two clubs are the surprises of the league this year.

Wigan travels to Carrow Road to battle Norwich City on Saturday, while Reading also faces Arsenal on Monday.

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7
Dec

Many important fixtures set for Matchday 16

Marouane Fellaini and Everton can make a charge for fourth place.

The English Premier League is set up for a pivotal weekend for Matchday 16, as there are plenty of intriguing fixtures that will help shape the table from top to bottom.

The weekend is highlighted by the Manchester Derby, as Manchester City and Manchester United will clash at Etihad Stadium. United currently is in the league lead with 36 points from 15 matches, while City has 33 points from that many played. However, a win for the blue side of the city would help the club into first place. A win from Alex Ferguson's side would help it to a six-point lead.

Arsenal also hosts West Bromwich Albion, which is an important match for both sides. The Gunners could get back on track for a Champions League chase, while West Brom will want to pick up its form in order to stay clear of the pack.

Chelsea looks to forget about its recent Champions League failure, as the club travels to the Stadium of Light to take on strugglers Sunderland.

Liverpool looks to keep up its solid form as it heads to the Boleyn Ground to battle West Ham United. A win would put the Reds level on points with the Hammers.

Tottenham Hotspur has an opportunity to tighten its grip on the top four, as the Lilywhites play Everton at Goodison Park. A win against the Toffees could catapult the North London side into third place.

Norwich also has a chance to boost itself from midtable, as it faces surging Swansea City in Wales.

Important relegation battles set for the weekend
The relegation zone will be busy this weekend, as Wigan Athletic faces Queens Park Rangers. This may be a match QPR needs, as Wigan is one of its chief rivals for the drop.

Southampton faces Reading, and with a win, the Saints could climb out of the drop zone, making life much harder for the Royals and Super Hoops.

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4
Dec

Manchester United gets cushion after City draw on Matchday 15

Wayne Rooney and Manchester United are surging.

The English Premier League title is now Manchester United's to lose, as the club continued to rack up points, and its biggest competition failed to keep pace during Matchday 15.

The Red Devils had a crazy match against Reading, as the club managed a 4-3 victory with all of the goals coming in the first half. After Wayne Rooney's 30th minute goal to put the Manchester side on level terms, Robin van Persie scored the winner four minutes later.

Manchester City picked up a point against Everton, but the failure to snag a win prevented the club to keep pace with its city rivals. Chelsea also struggled, and its 3-1 loss to West Ham United put it 10 points behind United. While there are plenty of matches to play, the West London club will need a drastic improvement in the coming weeks.

West Bromwich Albion may be better suited to a run at the Champions League places than the title, as the Baggies fell 1-0 to Stoke City at The Hawthorns.

Clubs with high hopes produce differing results
While Arsenal came into the season looking to qualify for Champions League at the minimum, the task is looking to be more difficult than expected. The Gunners fell 2-0 to Swansea on two goals from Michu. This dropped Arsenal to 10th, while Swansea climbed into the top seven.

Liverpool helped its hope for European qualification by defeating Southampton 1-0 at home. A goal from Daniel Agger saw the club reach the brink of the top 10. Tottenham Hotspur managed to dismiss Fulham by scoring three goals in the second half. Norwich also defeated Sunderland 2-1, as goals from Sebastien Bassong and Anthony Pilkington proved too much to overcome for the Black Cats. Queens Park Rangers and Aston Villa also fought it out to a 1-1 draw.

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