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At the heart of a forward collision that will have a say on who comes out on top will be the back row clash between Siya Kolisi and Tom Curry.
The tourists were on top at Trent Bridge.
The new partnership will be officially launched at the Community Shield between Manchester City and Leicester on Saturday.
The England captain has taken over at the top.
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Georgian strong man Lasha Talakhadze broke his own world record to retain the title in the men's heaviest weight class at the Tokyo Olympics on Wednesday with a combined lift of 488 kg. Talakhadze, who won a gold at the 2016 Rio Games in the same category, lifted 223 kg for the snatch and 265 kg for the clean and jerk to also break his own world records in the two categories. "I feel pretty good - I have just gained a second Olympic gold medal and of course I have also set another world record," Talakhadze said through an interpreter.
There were medals in skateboarding, sailing, boxing and equestrian, but heartbreak on the track
Canada's Andre De Grasse added gold to a groaning collection of minor medals with victory in the 200 metres, Kenya went one-two in the men's 800m and Peruth Chemutai made history for Uganda on another scintillating night of Olympic athletics on Wednesday. That followed another huge 400m hurdles world record in the morning when Sydney McLaughlin saw off fellow American Dalilah Muhammad as the super-fast track and new shoe technology continue to make a mockery of historical comparisons. De Grasse, operating in the considerable shadow of Usain Bolt for most of his career, had won six bronze and two silver medals from global individual races and relays, but has been on fire in Tokyo.
Sweden and Canada’s women’s football teams have formally requested that the kick-off time of their gold medal match be moved from its scheduled 11am local start time in Japan on Friday, citing concerns about players’ health and safety.
Poland's Wojciech Nowicki won the men's hammer throw with a personal best of 82.52 metres on Wednesday, while his compatriot Pawel Fajdek avoided another Olympic disappointment by picking up the bronze. Nowicki, who finished third at the 2016 Games and has three world bronze medals, was dominant from the start with an 81.18 opener, clearing more than 80 metres on his first five rounds in a show of remarkable consistency. "I didn’t expect to win but I was very well prepared," said Nowicki, who added that it was "a dream" to share the podium with his compatriot.
Sky Brown made history by becoming Great Britain’s youngest ever medallist with skateboarding bronze.
De Grasse won his first Olympic gold when he claimed the 200m crown.
Back-to-back Olympic individual showjumping titles for Great Britain.
The Liverpool defender is set to play around 30 minutes against Bologna on Thursday.
Maher has competed at four successive Olympics starting at Beijing 2008.
Marius Jonker – don’t take this personally but there are thousands of rugby fans who would be delighted if they were never to hear another word from you. Or any other Television Match Official. If the third test in Cape Town on Saturday is as stop-start constipated as last weekend’s bitty, punchy, niggly, TMO-centric match then many of us will reach for the ‘Off’ button and wonder whatever happened to the more straightforward, honest, get-on-with-it rugby we used to love and engage with, faults
The Premier League champions reportedly made their offer last Friday.
The 19-year-old was subjected to abuse last month after missing a penalty in the Euro 2020 final against Italy.
De Grasse won bronze in the 100m before taking 200m gold.
Former Tottenham playmaker Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest whilst representing Denmark at Euro 2020.