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Broncos expected to stick by Seibold – Australian Associated Press

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Brisbane chief executive Paul White will front media on Sunday morning and is expected to confirm the NRL club is standing by under fire coach Anthony Seibold.

Calls for the termination of Seibold’s contract just 18 months into a five-year deal have continued after the team slumped to their sixth-straight loss on Saturday night.

The pressure of the past six weeks has taken an emotional toll on the playing group, with skipper Alex Glenn and halfback Brodie…



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Western United beat Glory, make A-L finals – Australian Associated Press

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Western United are set to play finals in their inaugural A-League season after beating Perth Glory 2-0 at Bankwest Stadium.

Besart Berisha opened the scoring in the 27th minute then secured his brace from the penalty spot in the 52nd.

The win puts Western into sixth place – level with Adelaide United on 36 points but with a vastly superior goal difference (+10 to -5).

Adelaide have played all their 26 games while Western have two games to come.

Perth had the…



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TEAMS: Key defenders out, Swans axe young guns – AFL

Giants and Swans lock in line-ups for Sydney Derby in Perth

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GREATER Western Sydney full-back Phil Davis has failed to overcome a knee injury and will miss Thursday night’s Sydney Derby against the Swans in Perth.
Davis hurt the medial ligament in his left knee in the Giants’ nail-biting win over Essendon last Friday night and did not recover in time. 
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It is the first game the former captain has missed in 2020. 
Ruckman Shane Mumford has been rested for the match at Optus Stadium, with Sam Jacobs and debutant Tom Hutchesson th…

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Cricket bigwigs meet over muddled schedule – Australian Associated Press

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The Australian Cricket Council will assemble for a rare meeting on Thursday as the sport’s bigwigs attempt to reach consensus on how best to resolve their COVID-19 scheduling headache.

It has been almost two months since Cricket Australia gave Kevin Roberts his marching orders, installing Nick Hockley as interim chief executive.

The level of public disgruntlement among state associations and the Australian Cricketers’ Association (ACA) has dipped, but there…



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