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England’s Moeen Ali wears wristbands supporting Gaza and Palestine on Tuesday

Mandela and the 1968 Olympics protesters show that sport and politics can mix to positive effect

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Jimmy Anderson and Ravindra Jadeja in action during this ill-tempered series

If the players want to annoy each other they might do it without resorting to litigation

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England bowler James Anderson

The fast bowler is clear to play in the two remaining Tests of the series against India

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Jimmy Anderson looks on in the field during the final day today

Anderson was named man of the match during England's first win in a year on Thursday but could be banned for the remainder of the series

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England’s Moeen Ali celebrates taking the wicket of India’s Mohammed Shami yesterday

England represent the nation a little better with the bowler in the team

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Jimmy Anderson looks on in the field during the final day today

Bowler faces hearing on Friday and could be banned for four matches

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A look at how Moeen's facial hair shapes up against the best from football, rugby, cricket, NFL and WWE

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England celebrate a wicket for Moeen Ali

England 569-7 dec & 205-4 dec beat India 330 & 178 by 266 runs

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James Anderson exchanges words with the India batsman Ajinkya Rahane at the end of play

 

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Jacques Kallis celebrates after reaching his half-century in his final Test match for South Africa

Considered one of the greatest all-rounders to have ever played the game, the 38-year-old ends his career with a Test batting average of 55

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Moeen Ali of England celebrates capturing the wicket of Virat Kohli

Day Four: England 569-7 dec & 205-4 dec v India 330 & 112-4

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Stuart Broad celebrates after having India batsman Cheteshwar Pujara caught by Jos Buttler to claim his 250th test wicket

 

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Alastair Cook’s 95 was only part of his job at the Ageas Bowl

Outside Edge: Jimmy Anderson and Stuart Broad need to prove they are still  the men for the long haul

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Englands Stuart Broad (R) appeals unsuccessfully for the wicket of Indias Cheteshwar Pujara

England 569-7 dec India 323-8

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The ICC's decision to ban the England batsman from expressing pro-Gazan support is by no means the first example of the clash between politics and sport

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Moeen Ali wearing the 'Save Gaza' and 'Free Palestine' wristbands on his left arm

Moeen was seen to be wearing them during play on Monday with support from the ECB but the ICC have banned the batsman from doing so again

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The ‘Free Palestine’ bracelet worn by Moeen Ali

Batsman’s protest overshadows Bell’s century against India in third Test

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Jos Buttler’s whirlwind knock of 85 comes to an end when he bottom edges a Ravindra Jadeja delivery on to his own wicket

 

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Gary Ballance (R) of England raises his bat after reaching his 150 alongside Ian Bell during day two of the 3rd Investec Test match between England and India

England 569-7 dec India 25-1: Report from the days events at the Ageas Bowl

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Kevin Pietersen walks off the pitch for Surrey after being dismissed

Pietersen has played predominantly as a Twenty20 specialist since being dropped from the England squad after the Ashes whitewash

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Usain Bolt of Jamaica smiles and shakes hands with a competitor after Jamaica won their first heat in the men's 4x100m relay
Commonwealth GamesNever has the build-up to a heat of the 4x100m been so anticipated
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Jamaica’s Usain Bolt in action
They love a pantomime in Glasgow
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Scotland’s Lynsey Sharp celebrates after winning a silver medal in the 800m at Hampden Park last night
'I haven’t slept at all. I was throwing up all night. I had a drip in my arm'
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Claudia Fragapane on her way to an impressive gymnastics gold in the floor yesterday
The ‘Pocket Rocket’ was a convincing winner in the floor
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Jack Laugher and Chris Mears on their way to gold in the three-metres springboard yesterday
Laugher and Mears are in perfect harmony for gold
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Belfast’s Michael Conlan bravely fights on despite suffering a painful cut to his face against Wales’ Sean McGoldrick in their bantamweight semi-final in Glasgow
But Belfast boxer will have to pass a medical first before competing in Saturday's final
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Eilidh Child embarks on a lap of honour after coming second in the 400m hurdles
There was no 'Liz McColgan moment' but Child did not let the occasion get the better of her
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Nijel Amos (right) celebrates with bronze medallist Andre Olivier, who is also his training partner
The king is not dead, just temporarily felled. The world record-holder will be back
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Alex Dowsett of England goes past the Tolbooth in Glasgow on his way to victory in the men’s individual time trial yesterday
Time-trial win for the man who missed out on the Tour de France
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Usain Bolt confirms he will run in both the heats and the finals of the men's relay at the Commonwealth Games
Sprinter labelled claims 'nonsense' but The Times remains adamant that Bolt criticised the Glasgow Games
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England bowler James Anderson
CricketEngland bowler cleared by ICC over Ravindra Jadeja altercation
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Jimmy Anderson and Ravindra Jadeja in action during this ill-tempered series
Comment: If the players want to annoy each other they might do it without resorting to litigation
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England’s Moeen Ali wears wristbands supporting Gaza and Palestine on Tuesday
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Bernie Ecclestone was accused of paying a £26m bribe for the sale of Formula One to a private equity firm
Motor racingFormula One chief is charged with bribery of a German banker
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Kat Merchant showed some quick feet to score England’s first two tries in the win over Samoa
rugby unionGame turns when Samoa’s full-back Pulumu is red-carded
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Dustin Johnson in action during the Open Championship
GOLF Rose believes Johnson’s absence will hamper US at the Ryder Cup
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NFL team the Washington Redskins are facing having to change their name
NFLFEATUREOpposition is growing to the Washington Redskins name
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Rory McIlroy hits from the 16th fairway on the way to his first round score of 69 yesterday
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Ireland’s Kieren Fallon rides the Godolphin-trained horse Cavalryman to victory in the Goodwood Cup yesterday
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