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Good Morning, David Cooper here bringing you up to date with everything that’s going on.

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Real Madrid have won the past three European Cups.

The Champions League draw gets underway in Monaco later today!

Read more, here.

FOOTBALL

Real Madrid's French forward Karim Benzema celebrates his second goal during the Spanish league football match between Girona FC and Real Madrid CF at the Montilivi stadium in Girona on August 26, 2018. (Photo by Pau BARRENA CAPILLA / AFP) (Photo credit should read PAU BARRENA CAPILLA/AFP/Getty Images)

In the goals: Frenchman Karim Benzema.

Our football writer Brendon Netto takes a closer look at Karim Benzema’s rejuvenation at Real Madrid this season following Cristiano Ronaldo‘s departure.

Read his article, here.

CRICKET

England will be looking to bounce back after Trent Bridge defeat.

The crucial fourth Test between England and India begins at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton today (2pm start).

Our cricket section has comprehensive build-up to the match.

REGIONAL

Omar Abdulrahman has a fan in Argentine legend Diego Maradona.

Omar Abdulrahman won’t be plying his trade in the UAE this season.

With the AGL season about to start this weekend, football reporter Matt Jones weighs up the key talking points.

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Roger Federer is not on board with Gerard Pique’s plans for the Davis Cup.. 👀

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WHAT’S ON

The 18,000-mark beckons for Kohli.

Can Virat Kohli’s men put on another strong performance?

England v India Fourth Test, Day One LIVE from 2pm – follow ball-by-ball coverage on Sport360.com.

US Open tennis from New York continues from 8pm.

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Ryan Giggs calls on Manchester United fans to rally round Jose Mourinho

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Ryan Giggs has urged Manchester United supporters to rally round embattled manager Jose Mourinho.

Mourinho still retains the support of the United hierarchy despite a disappointing start to the season that has seen them lose two of their three Premier League games.

But odds on Mourinho leaving Old Trafford have tumbled in the wake of United’s 3-0 home defeat to Tottenham on Monday.

“I was there on Monday as a United fan,” said former Red Devils favourite Giggs.

“It’s time for the fans to stick together, to get behind the club, the team and the manager and the coaching staff.

“That’s me purely speaking as a fan. It’s a tough time at the moment but we’ve had tough times before and come through them.”

United’s next test is at Burnley on Sunday and defeat there will intensify the spotlight further on Mourinho’s Old Trafford future.

“They’ve got a tough game at the weekend,” Wales manager Giggs said at a press conference to announce his squad for next week’s UEFA Nations League matches against the Republic of Ireland and Denmark.

“When I was assistant at United, Burnley was one of the games where I was setting up the cones and I was thinking ‘I wouldn’t mind playing today’.

“There weren’t many times I thought like that but you walk out and you’re surrounded by all the United fans around the tunnel.

“So it’s a fantastic game to get rid of all that negativity around the club.

“I hope we come through it sooner rather than later and I’m sure we will in the next game.”

Giggs had four games as United interim manager at the end of the 2013-14 campaign before spending two seasons as Louis van Gaal’s assistant at Old Trafford.

The 44-year-old is 12-1 with some bookmakers to succeed Mourinho but told reporters: “Keep your money in your pockets.”

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Daily Digest: Positives for Man United despite drubbing at home to Spurs

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Good Morning!

David Cooper here bringing you a round-up of our stories on Wednesday.

As ever, get in touch with us via Twitter and Facebook throughout the day.

TOP STORY

A second Premier League defeat of the season for Manchester United.

It was a second Premier League defeat of the season for Manchester United on Monday night.

Unless you’ve been living under a rock since Monday night, the copious amounts of criticism directed towards Manchester United and the Jose Mourinho bashing has not escaped you.

However, Brendon Netto says it’s not all doom and gloom for the Red Devils and highlights some positives from a miserable start to the season so far.

Read his article, here.

FOOTBALL

Trying to prove himself: Usain Bolt.

Usain Bolt is likely to play some part for the Central Coast Mariners in a trial game on Friday night, head coach Mike Mulvey has said.

Read more, here.

CRICKET

Jonny Bairstow suffered a broken finger at Trent Bridge.

Our cricket writer Ajit Vijaykumar argues that England wicket-keeper batsman Jonny Bairstow has to retain his role behind the stumps in the future, amid speculation Jos Buttler could take up the gloves on a full-time basis.

Read more, here.

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US Open Tennis: From 8pm

Football: EFL Cup, from 10.45pm

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