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  • FIFA claims 82M TV audience for Women’s World Cup final

    ZURICH (AP) - FIFA research says the Women's World Cup final drew an average audience of 82.18 million in-home viewers - 56% more than the 2015 final. FIFA says the United States' 2-0 win over the Netherlands in Lyon, France, reached 263.62 million viewers for at least one minute of

    The Washington Times
  • Billy Vunipola confident of being fit for England’s World Cup quarter-final

    • No 8 suffered a twisted ankle against Argentina• Mako Vunipola also expected to start last-eight tie Billy Vunipola is confident of being fit for England’s World Cup quarter-final next Saturday despite suffering a twisted ankle against Argentina seven. Vunipola would not have been risked by Eddie Jones had their match against France gone ahead but while he was unable to take a full part in a high-octane training session in Miyazaki on Saturday, the No 8 is optimistic he will feature in...

    the Guardian
  • England's muscle-bound rugby heroes set to tackle Australia in the World Cup quarter final

    Welcome to the latest round of the oldest and most enduring rivalry in sport: England v Australia. Richard Kay brings you the novice's guide to the battle ahead of the Rugby World Cup clash.

    Mail Online