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Murray pulls out of Hurlingham match to rest sore hip

Andy Murray's Wimbledon preparations have taken a further blow after it was confirmed the world number one will not play at Hurlingham on Friday.

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Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers' son Anton plays 45 minutes of pre-season friendly

Brendan Rodgers fielded his son as a trialist as Celtic began their pre-season fixtures with a 1-0 friendly win over BW Linz.

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Kenny Miller admits language could be barrier to Rangers' progress in Europe

Kenny Miller hopes Rangers' Europa League chances will not get lost in translation.

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Gatland confident Sexton and Farrell can handle All Blacks star Williams

British and Irish Lions head coach Warren Gatland insists Johnny Sexton and Owen Farrell can "do a job" on New Zealand battering ram Sonny Bill Williams in Saturday's second Test.

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Dell and Russell have no regrets about controversial mid-tour Lions call-up

Allan Dell and Finn Russell insist they have no regrets about joining the British and Irish Lions as mid-tour reinforcements.

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Andy Murray number one seed for Wimbledon

Defending champion Andy Murray has been seeded number one at Wimbledon for the first time.

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Fresh doubt over Barrie McKay's Rangers future after Europa League snub

Barrie McKay's Rangers future has been plunged into fresh doubt after boss Pedro Caixinha dumped the winger from his team to face Progres Niederkorn.

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Injuries that have hampered world number one Andy Murray in 2017

Andy Murray's sore hip is the latest in a string of health and injury problems the Scot has faced since becoming world number one last November.

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All Blacks boss Steve Hansen wary Lions could bite back in Wellington

New Zealand head coach Steve Hansen has warned "the job is far from done" ahead of Saturday's second Test against the British and Irish Lions.

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Northern Ireland striker Kyle Lafferty seals Hearts switch

Kyle Lafferty aims to use Hearts as a springboard to the World Cup after agreeing a deal to sign for the Edinburgh club.

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Oldco Rangers to learn 'big tax case' court judgment next Wednesday

Supreme Court judges will deliver their binding verdict on the Rangers 'big tax case' next Wednesday.

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Left-back Scott Tanser joins St Johnstone ahead of Europa League opener

St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has added to his thin defensive options ahead of their Europa League opener by bringing in former Port Vale left-back Scott Tanser.

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Dundee land former Go Ahead Eagles winger Randy Wolters

Dundee have signed Dutch winger Randy Wolters.

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Celtic to play Sunderland to mark Stadium of Light anniversary

Scottish treble winners Celtic will help Sunderland mark the 20th anniversary of the Stadium of Light next month.

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Muir set for 1,500m and 5,000m at World Championships despite Black claim

Laura Muir and her coach have contradicted comments made by British Athletics performance director Neil Black that the Scot had only "a one per cent" chance of competing in both the 1,500 metres and 5,000m at the World Championships in August.

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Niko Kranjcar hoping to make Rangers return against Progres Niederkorn

Niko Kranjcar says he is looking forward to a fresh start at Rangers as both he and the Ibrox outfit look to bounce back from last year's nightmare campaign.

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Injury scare for Murray ahead of Wimbledon title defence

Andy Murray has pulled out of his scheduled Wimbledon warm-up match at the Hurlingham Club on Tuesday because of a sore hip.

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Rangers midfielder Andy Halliday set for switch to Azerbaijani side Qabala

Rangers midfielder Andy Halliday is on his way to Austria to complete a season-long loan to Azerbaijani outfit Qabala.

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Lions held to draw by Hurricanes after surrendering second-half lead

The British and Irish Lions compounded two days of acrimony by throwing away victory for a galling 31-31 draw with the Hurricanes in Wellington.

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Former Rangers winger Gregg Wylde disagrees with decision to snub Andy Halliday

Gregg Wylde believes Pedro Caixinha is taking a major gamble by leaving Andy Halliday out of Rangers' Europa League squad.

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