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WSL: Danielle van de Donk leaves Arsenal to join Lyon

Arsenal have announced midfielder Danielle van de Donk has left the club to join Lyon. The 29-year-old Netherlands international has signed a two-year deal with the French club after reaching the end of her Arsenal contract. Van de Donk joined the Women's Super League side from Gothenburg in November 2015...
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Tottenham vs Man City and Brentford vs Arsenal live on Sky Sports on 2021/22 Premier League season's opening weekend

Sky Sports will begin the 2021/22 Premier League season in style, with title holders Man City's clash at Tottenham and Brentford's debut against Arsenal to be shown live. The Bees reached the Premier League via the Sky Bet Championship play-offs, having not played in the top flight since the 1946/47 season, when their last game was also against Arsenal.
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England vs Sri Lanka on Sky Sports: How to watch every ball live!

England return to white-ball action in June and July with three-match Twenty20 and One-Day International series against Sri Lanka. With the ICC T20 World Cup looming large on the horizon this autumn, Eoin Morgan's sides are aiming to bounce back from their series defeats in India earlier this year where they went down 3-2 in both series.
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Vitality Netball Superleague: Round 20 talking points

The final round of the regular season has arrived and there's still plenty to play for ahead of the semi-finals and Grand Final on June 26 and 27. Team Bath Netball, Loughborough Lightning and Manchester Thunder all have their sights fixed on top position, the other semi-finalist - Leeds Rhinos Netball - will be watching on from home due to their COVID-19 isolation period, and for Surrey Storm's Karyn Bailey, this weekend will mark her last as a professional netballer.
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Deontay Wilder says Tyson Fury could not knock him out and insists British star has 'a lot to worry about' in third fight

Deontay Wilder says Tyson Fury "can't even knock me out" and believes Britain's WBC champion has "a lot to worry about" in their third world title fight. The bitter heavyweight rivals were reunited at a tense press conference on Tuesday night ahead of their trilogy clash in Las Vegas on July 24, and Fury boldly predicted an even quicker stoppage victory.
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The first three Premier League games for Liverpool have been rescheduled.

The first three Premier League games for Liverpool have been rescheduled. Liverpool’s first three games have been rescheduled following the confirmation of the first round of live television matches. After the fixture was chosen for live coverage on Sky Sports, the Reds will have to wait until 5.30pm on Saturday,...
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Sky Sports marks 25 years of broadcasting women’s cricket

Sky Sports is celebrating 25 years of covering women’s cricket in 2021 by showing more live games than ever before, starting with the Test match between England and India this week. The first women’s cricket broadcast on Sky Sports back in June 1996 saw the channel air two full days...
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Sky Sports Boxing declare themselves ‘open for business’ as they reveal their new direction

Sky Sports Boxing's Adam Smith speaks exclusively to John Dennen as they announce new deals with Top Rank and Boxxer. FOR Sky Sports Boxing there is life after Matchroom. Their long-term, exclusive partnership with the UK promoter will end after the Lewis Ritson show on Saturday in Newcastle. But the broadcaster will remain a significant player in boxing. They have announced a deal with US promotional powerhouse Top Rank for their slate of international cards, excluding Tyson Fury but including Shakur Stevenson, Naoya Inoue and Vasiliy Lomachenko in the coming weeks.