September 26, 2020
Great Yorkshire Radio

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The Boston Celtics need Gordon Hayward to step up and Marcus Smart to tone down his bad offensive habits if they are to find a recovery route against the Miami Heat.

Ralf Rangnick believes it is "only a matter of time" before the Premier League learns the devastating potential of Kai Havertz, comparing Chelsea's new £76m signing to the legendary Johan Cruyff.

Kuwait’s sovereign wealth fund is in talks to buy a stake in Rolls-Royce Holdings as one of Britain’s most important industrial groups scrambles to raise billions of pounds of new funding.

Anthony Joshua still "loves knocking people out" and plans a "demolition job" of Tyson Fury, says Eddie Hearn.

London appears set to be added to the national coronavirus watchlist, while more areas in England and Wales are heading for new restrictions from this weekend.

Valtteri Bottas outpaced Lewis Hamilton in second practice for the Russian GP as Mercedes stormed clear, with the Finn enjoying the perfect start to a weekend on which his team-mate is chasing records.

Frank Lampard says Edouard Mendy will not start for Chelsea against West Brom and plans to hold talks with Kepa Arrizabalaga in the next 24 hours.

Stefano Domenicali has been confirmed as Formula 1's new president and CEO as the successor to Chase Carey from January.

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