World Cup 2018 fantasy football: What games to play & the best players to pick
1 month ago - By Sporting News
The biggest sporting event in the world is set to get under way in June and so too will its fantasy football variants - we offer a helping hand
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Mexico keeps rolling with win over South Korea
El Tri took a massive step towards the knockout stages with a 2-1 win over South Korea, their second straight victory to begin the World Cup
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Travelers Championship: Paul Casey leads by 4 strokes after career-low...
Paul Casey shot the best round on the day with a 8-under 62 and leads by four at 16 under for the tournament.
Ilya Kovalchuk is returning to NHL after five-year absence
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The 18-year-old left wing, who played last season for the Sheffield Steelers in the United Kingdom, was selected at pick No. 189.
NBA free agency rumors: Rockets confident they'll re-sign Chris Paul
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Brazil hit by injures, not even coach escapes medical report
SOCHI, Russia - Brazilian doctors have been busy lately at the World Cup, with even the team's coach needing medical attention.
England seeking its own version of 'happy football'
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