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Evans On Top Of The World After Victory In Sweden

Elfyn Evans shares the lead of the FIA World Rally Championship tonight, after becoming the first British driver to win Rally Sweden. Before today, only six nationalities had won the traditional winter round of the series, with 64 victories out of 70 events going to either Swedish or Finnish drivers. Colin McRae came close by finishing second in 1992, but in a brilliant performance Evans led this year’s event from start to finish to leave Sweden tied at the top of the drivers’ standings with Thierry Neuville.

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Cardiff City Never Came Back For Kieffer Moore . . . But He's Massive For Us, Says Wigan Boss

Cardiff City fans have been told they will soon be cheering Kieffer Moore again – even though his two goals slowed the Bluebirds’ promotion push. Moore scored twice for Wigan in their 2-2 draw at the Cardiff City Stadium, where the 6ft 7in Wales striker has yet to find the net for his adopted country. But the player who scored vital away goals for Ryan Giggs’ side on their way to successful qualification for the Euro 2020 finals, will soon have supporters in the capital cheering for him, according to Wigan manager Paul Cook.

Evans On The Brink Of Rally Sweden History

Elfyn Evans is on the brink of joining an elite club of non-Scandinavian drivers to have won Rally Sweden, as he takes a 17.2 second lead into tomorrow shortened final day of the event. The Toyota driver, who has led the event from the start, set three more fastest stage times today to double his lead over reigning world champion Ott Tänak (Hyundai). Only a very short day tomorrow stands between Evans and his second win in the FIA World Rally Championship.

Steve Cooper Admits It's Been A Bad Week For Swansea City . . . And The Clock Is Ticking

Steve Cooper admits time is running out on Swansea City's hopes of a play-off spot as he launched a scathing attack on his side's defending. The Swansea boss saw his side come from behind three times to take the lead at Hull City. But the final defensive lapse allowed Tigers sub Tom Eaves to snatch a draw five minutes into injury-time.

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Wales' World Cup Toll Keeps On Growing . . . So Wayne Pivac Looks Further Afield

The full toll of Wales’ World Cup effort is only just becoming apparent with Exeter Chiefs prop Tomas Francis being the latest big name to go under the knife. The tight-head specialist has been ruled out for up to four months because of his dislocated shoulder as he joins Jonathan... Read More

Shane Williams Insists The Future Is Bright . . . And Red

Shane Williams believes Wales can build on solid foundations as they prepare for life after Warren Gatland. As the beaten World Cup semi-finalists prepare to take on New Zealand in the third-place play-off on Friday – Gatland’s final match in charge - record tryscorer Williams is optimistic about the future... Read More

Wales Know The Big Beasts Are Back . . . And May Struggle To Tame Them

It’s a mountainous task that faces Wales on Sunday as they try to scale the twin peaks of South Africa’s Eben Etzebeth and Lood de Jager. Probably one hilltop too far, says Robin Davey, who thinks the weekend will produce another all-southern hemisphere final. Wales must overcome the reborn Springbok... Read More

Dan Biggar Set To Face French As Wales Clear Their Heads For Final Pool Game

Dan Biggar is on the road to recovery to face France in the World Cup quarter-finals, according to Wales coach Warren Gatland. Biggar was left in a dazed heap after being smashed by Liam Williams in an accidental clash during the victory over Fiji. But Wales are hopeful that fly-half... Read More

Talking A Good Game . . . Why Wales Women Are Mastering The Mother Tongue

Language has always been important in sport. Major, multinational football clubs often mean dressing room conversations in different tongues, while national sides bond around something more singular. Wales’ women’s team recently announced many of their players would be brushing up on their Welsh language skills as they seek to gain... Read More

Warren Gatland Admits Wales Were Shaken And Stirred By Fiji . . . And Holes Are Appearing

Warren Gatland has admitted his players have been left all shook up by Fiji and that some will find themselves in unfamiliar positions when they come back down to ground for their final World Cup pool match in Japan. The Wales coach says he will be forced to pick some... Read More
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