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France vs All Blacks

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Tuesday 14th November 2017

France vs All Blacks

New Zealand were at their extravagant best in Paris on Saturday and had the game wrapped up by half-time, going in 31-5 ahead.

New Zealand routed France 62-13 in the 2015 Rugby World Cup quarter-finals and another hammering looked odds-on after hooker Dane Coles, Naholo, centre Ryan Crotty and flanker Sam Cane scored tries all converted by fly-half Beauden Barrett to lead 31-5 at halftime.

Crotty’s try gave him the distinction of scoring the 2,000th in New Zealand history.

France’s only first-half riposte was a try from right winger Teddy Thomas. But after receiving a penalty try conceded by Sonny Bill Williams, who was sin-binned at the start of the second half, the French battled gamely back to 31-18 with half an hour left.

The French managed to keep it tight in the second period but still went down 18-38 and fell to a fourth straight defeat.

This match is a chance for France to show off their hosting potential before the 2023 World Cup, whilst Guy Noves can test his squad depth.

Brazilian grand Prix 2017

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Brazilian grand Prix 2017

Date: Sunday, November 12

Start Time: 4 p.m. GMT/11 a.m. ET

TV Info: Sky Sports F1, NBCSN

Brazilian grand Prix 2017

Fresh from winning his fourth Formula One World Championship, Lewis Hamilton will look to close out his season in style by winning the 2017 Brazilian Grand Prix, the penultimate race on the season’s calendar.

Hamilton’s form won’t be the only focus in Sao Paulo on Sunday. This will be Felipe Massa’s final GP on home soil before he retires at the end of the season.

Massa recently made it clear he will retire at the end of the season, a move he says is final after backtracking on his 2016 decision to step away from the sport.

Following the shock retirement of then-newly crowned world champion Nico Rosberg at the end of the 2016 season, Valterri Bottas moved to Mercedes to fill the German’s spot for the following campaign, and Massa remained with Williams to help out in the Finn’s absence for 2017.

Things didn’t go too well for Massa at this race last year, as he fell victim to a crash early on. Naturally, the 36-year-old will be bidding to sign off in style in his native country this time.

Even so, a strong finish may be beyond Massa given his recent struggles, per Luke Smith of NBC Sports: “Massa’s form is such that a strong result to sign off on may only be a finish as high as seventh or eighth, yet you can be sure the Williams driver will be giving his all to impress at the track he grew up on and came to taste success at in F1.”

Massa will be buoyed by the pull of ending his career the right way. Yet it will be far from easy considering the form of Hamilton and Co.

The latter sealed the title in Mexico last time out and is already targeting victory in South America, per the Daily Telegraph: “So, I come here with this greatest feeling, amazing energy, and want to absorb that positive energy and try to shine my light as bright as I can here in Brazil.”

With Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton having sewn up the Formula One constructors’ and drivers’ championships, the temptation for both parties to take their foot off the throttle at the Brazilian Grand Prix might be forgiven.

There is no indication either party is inclined to do so, indeed taking momentum into 2018 is the target at Interlagos on Sunday.

Hamilton secured his fourth title at the previous race in Mexico with nine victories to the three of his title rival Sebastian Vettel and has made it clear he wants to finish strongly – memories of 2015 still loom large. That year, after wining his third title with three races remaining, Hamilton admitted he relaxed and his team-mate Nico Rosberg won all three. Rosberg took that confidence into the next season, winning the opening four grands prix on his way to the title.

Hamilton is sporting four stars on his helmet and he wants to be on the front foot to make it five in 2018. He has won in Brazil only once before and another victory at one of the truly testing and great circuits, the Autódromo José Carlos Pace, would be one he would relish.

Artur Beterbiev vs Enrico Koelling

Artur Beterbiev vs Enrico Koelling

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Artur Beterbiev vs Enrico Koelling

Berlin-based part-time sausage seller Enrico Koelling is hoping to write history on Saturday by becoming the first German boxer to win a world title in the United States since Max Schmeling 87 years ago.

Koelling juggles his training with stints at a family-run currywurst stall in the heart of Berlin selling sausages to hungry locals.

“When the time allows, I stand behind the counter two or three times a week,” Koelling, who is occasionally asked to sign autographs while serving, told German daily Bild.

Beterbiev-Koelling will be televised on ESPN and ESPN Deportes on Saturday night at 10:30 p.m. ET/ 7:30 p.m. PT.

Koelling, 27, weighed in at 174.4 lbs. and he looked in good shape. Koelling looked very intimidated by Beterbiev, especially during the face off. Koelling had the look on his face like someone who didn’t want to be there.

”I’m very afraid, but I’m in shape,” said Koelling to ITRBoxing. “It’s no problem for us to fight in the United States. His punches may be the biggest problem in the fight,” said Koelling in talking of Beterbiev’s power.

Beterbiev and Koelling will be fighting for the IBF 175 lb. title that was recently vacated by Andre “SOG” Ward. He decided to get out of the sport in a hurry following his knockout win over Sergey Kovlaev in their rematch last June.

”He’s a strong, experienced fighter,” said Beterbiev to ITRBoxing about Koelling. ”I’m ready for this fight. This is my dream. I wanted to fight for title many years. I’m ready for title. I want title. I can’t predict because I’m not Nostradamus, but I try to do my best. I don’t know. Ask them,” said Beterbiev when asked if he’s the hardest puncher in the light heavyweight division.

Daniel Jacobs vs Luis Arias

Daniel Jacobs vs Luis Arias

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Daniel Jacobs vs Luis Arias

By Jim Dower: Luis Arias (18-0, 9 KOs) is poised to make former WBA middleweight champion Danny “Miracle Man” Jacobs (32-2, 29 KOs) pay for hand-selecting him as his opponent for this Saturday night in his first fight on HBO from The Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York.

Arias says he’s going to knockout Jacobs if he doesn’t get on his bike and run from him like he’s seen him do in the past in some of his fights. Arias wants Jacobs to meet him in the middle of the ring, and fight in a toe-to-toe manner to show the boxing fans who the better man is. Arias has studied enough of Jacobs past fights to learn that he doesn’t like to fight, and that he’ll do anything he can to avoid taking shots.

“My first 15 fights were at super middleweight,” said Arias to Fighthub. “It was the wrong weight class. I’ve been fighting bigger guys my entire career. It’s going to be a fight. Given Daniel Jacobs’ errors he’s made before, my aggressive style, my hunger for the fight, I’m coming out on top. Luis Arias is going to beat Daniel Jacobs. If he doesn’t run, Daniel Jacobs is getting knocked out. I plan on coming out on top. When I beat Danny Jacobs, everyone can get off my back. That’s the plan. I’m [expletive] up everyone’s plans,”said Arias.

Jacobs is supposed to be the man that gets his hand raised on Saturday night. This is a showcase fight for Jacobs. When I say ‘showcase,” I mean it’s a fight where an opponent has been selected to make Jacobs look better than he is. Jacobs chose Arias, so he saw something in his game that makes him feel that he can showcase his skills against him without worry of losing the fight. It’s up to the 27-year-old Arias to prove Jacobs wrong, because the “Miracle Man” believes that Arias has stepped beyond his level in this fight.

It’s hard to say if Arias has stepped above his level. Until Arias’ recent fight against Arif Magomedev, he was a complete unknown. Few boxing fans had heard of Arias until that fight. And while Arias did look good in stopping Magomedev in the 5th round, there’s not enough information from his previous fights to know if he’s stepping above his level in fighting Jacobs. Arias does look like a better fighter than some of Jacobs’ recent opponents such as Sergio Mora, Caleb Truax, Jarrod Fletcher and Milton Nunez.

Saturday’s fight is Jacobs’ first since losing a close decision to unified middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin in March, and the 30-year old is confident of a dominant display.

“I want to make sure I give the fans a good fight,” Jacobs told Sky Sports. “I want to make sure I go in there and give my all because in a sense this is my coming out party.

Like Eddie Hearn said, this is Daniel Jacobs 2.0 and I’m looking forward to capitalising on this opportunity.

“[Golovkin] was considered the boogeymen and one of the most feared guys and we neutralised him to a jab.

“I think with that experience knowing that I can do that with the guy they consider the pound-for-pound [champion], I know I’m of that calibre.

Liam Smith vs Liam Williams

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Liam Smith and Liam Williams will have the chance to settle their “unfinished business” when they battle it out over 12 rounds in this official eliminator for the WBO super-welterweight title.

The pair met in April but a thrilling fight ended in unsatisfactory circumstances when Williams was pulled out in the ninth round with a really bad cut following a clash of heads with Smith.

The Welshman had dominated the opening rounds and was ahead at the time of the stoppage, although the fact Smith was in the ascendancy means it is far from certain who would have gone on to win had the fight continued.

And their animosity towards each other has increased in the build-up to their eagerly-awaited rematch at Newcastle Arena tonight.

Both suffered cut eyes in their first meeting back in April with British champ Williams retiring at the end of the ninth in controversial circumstances when Smith appeared to open up the gash with his head.

Since then, both fighters have argued fiercely, with Williams insisting that Smith should have been disqualified for a headbutt.

Smith, though, claims the injury wasn’t that serious and Williams could and should have carried on.

Scouser Smith said: “He chose to quit.

“He says he was winning so why did he pull out with a cut with just nine minutes left? He is saying he wasn’t fading – if so, he would have  the last nine minutes. So why would he let a cut pull him out?

“If you put us in one room, I guarantee I will be the one to come out of that door.

“I would be the last one standing. His quitting on his stool proved that to me.”

Williams is still bitter about the outcome of the interim WBO title bout.

He said: “The final butt was deliberate. Heads had been bumping all night and I believe one million per cent that Smith should have been disqualified.

“I felt very let down by referee Terry O’Connor who, I feel, robbed me of my unbeaten record and the chance to become world champion.”

Scotland vs Samoa

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The country’s prime minister this week declared the Samoan Rugby Union bankrupt as the team arrived in the UK for Tests against Scotland and England.

“Things like this bring players together,” said number eight Wilson.

“I’m sure it will spur them on, they’ll want to make a point. I think it will make them a stronger team.”

The Scottish Rugby Union are covering the costs of Samoa’s time in Scotland, under a long-standing agreement, while the Rugby Football Union will make a goodwill payment of £75,000 to the Samoan Rugby Union ahead of their meeting with England at Twickenham on 25 November.

Scotland were beaten in their last Test, against Fiji in Suva on their summer tour, and Wilson knows if they allow the Samoans to get into their stride, it could be another difficult day for Gregor Townsend’s side.

“We know they like to play rugby,” noted the Glasgow Warriors back-rower, who has been named as one of two vice-captains, along with Stuart Hogg, to assist skipper John Barclay.

“They made an interesting game of the World Cup fixture down in Newcastle [Scotland won 36-33, after Samoa led 26-23 at half-time]. We are expecting a tough battle, definitely.

“We expect the same approach from them again. We know they like to throw the ball about.

‘They’ve got some outstanding individuals and they’re so unpredictable. With the ball in hand, they’re so dangerous – and we’re going to have to be at our best to beat them.

“That Fiji game [Scotland lost 27-22], some of their offloading skills were world class. We know what we’ve got to do to counter that against Samoa tomorrow.

“We have to stick to our game-plan, make sure we don’t get carried away with the type of rugby they play.”

Ireland vs South Africa

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Ireland vs South Africa

A fair amount of the talk in rugby circles involving Ireland and South Africa has had little to do with the looming clash against the two nations in Dublin on Saturday. There is another ongoing battle outside the field of play as they both prepare for the final decision on who gets to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup, which will be made four days later on Wednesday, November 15.

While that battle rages on, both respective rugby teams have been hard at work with final preparations for their encounter which kicks off the Springboks’ end-of-the-year tour.

They also failed to put away an Australian side which was expected to struggle throughout the competition, following a poor showing in Super Rugby from teams from down under. They did however restore a fair bit of their dignity in the closing game of the campaign in Newlands, giving the All Blacks a proper scare as they narrowly lost, hamstrung by the late sending off of centre Damien de Allende.

They come up against a side who finished runners-up in this year’s Six Nations, losing out to England despite handing them their only defeat of the campaign.

In what has been a bit of a norm in recent years, the Boks will face an expat in the form of CJ Stander who will don the number eight jersey for the Irish. The former Junior Bok has become a key player for the home side since switching allegiance, with performances that saw him get the nod for the British and Irish Lions squad which did battle against the All Blacks early this year.

Head to head

Coetzee’s first assignment as Springbok coach came when the Irish landed on these shores for a three-match series. After suffering defeat in the first Test, Toetie’s men bounced back to narrowly clinch the series 2-1 at literally the last minute, thanks to little scrumhalf Faf de Klerk’s heroics.

Post-isolation, South Africa have been the dominant side as it took Ireland six years to finally register their first win since these two sides first met in 1998. Overall, the visitors have recorded ten victories, while the hosts have won six of these encounters.

Teams

Ireland

Starting XV: 15 Rob Kearney, 14 Andrew Conway, 13 Robbie Henshaw, 12 Bundee Aki, 11 Jacob Stockdale, 10 Johnny Sexton, 9 Conor Murray, 8 CJ Stander, 7 Sean O’Brien, 6 Peter O’Mahony, 5 Devin Toner, 4 Iain Henderson, 3 Tadhg Furlong, 2 Rory Best (captain), 1 Cian Healy.

Replacements: 16 Rob Herring, 17 Dave Kilcoyne, 18 John Ryan, 19 James Ryan, 20 Rhys Ruddock, 21 Kieran Marmion, 22 Joey Carbery, 23 Darren Sweetnam.

South Africa

Starting XV: 15 Andries Coetzee, 14 Dillyn Leyds, 13 Jesse Kriel, 12 Damian de Allende, 11 Courtnall Skosan, 10 Elton Jantjies, 9 Ross Cronjé, 8 Francois Louw, 7 Pieter-Steph du Toit, 6 Siya Kolisi, 5 Lood de Jager, 4 Eben Etzebeth (captain), 3 Coenie Oosthuizen, 2 Malcolm Marx, 1 Tendai Mtawarira.

Replacements: 16 Bongi Mbonambi, 17 Steven Kitshoff, 18 Wilco Louw, 19 Franco Mostert, 20 Uzair Cassiem, 21 Rudy Paige, 22 Handré Pollard, 23 Francois Venter.

Wales vs Australia

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Leigh Halfpenny is recalled at full-back as Liam Williams is on the wing.

Navidi and replacement Sam Cross are cover for injured back-row regulars Justin Tipuric and Sam Warburton.

Australia recall half-backs Will Genia and Bernard Foley, who missed last weekend’s win over Japan, with Reece Hodge switching from fly-half to wing.

Tipuric’s fellow Osprey Rhys Webb is also injured so Gareth Davies partners Dan Biggar at half-back.

Ex-Scarlet Owen Williams forms a new centre partnership with Jonathan Davies, the 2017 British and Irish Lions’ player of their tour to New Zealand.

Tomas Francis lines up at prop with Samson Lee missing with an Achilles problem which could rule him out of the Georgia game on 18 November.

Dragons prop Leon Brown, Ospreys centre Owen Watkin and Olympic silver medallist Sam Cross are the uncapped players on the bench for Wales with just 37 Tests among the eight replacements.

OHL Classic 2017

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What: OHL Classic at Mayakoba

Where: Playa del Carmen, Mexico

When: Nov. 9-12

OHL Classic 2017 Live

As the PGA Tour turns for home over the next two weeks, it makes its penultimate stop in Mexico at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba. Last week’s exciting finish featured a new young star introducing himself to the golf world in Patrick Cantlay. Will we get another this week?

Three stories to watch

1. Pat Perez’s anniversary: It’s been a wild 12-month run for Perez, one that officially began here at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba this time last season. Perez won that event, made it to the Tour Championship in September and went on to win the CIMB Classic in October. But he said recently that it all started slightly before that OHL Classic with a spot into the 2016 CIMB Classic that Justin Thomas won.

“I really can’t believe what’s gone on basically really a year from this tournament last year because [the CIMB Classic] gave me a spot [in 2016],” said Perez, who was coming off an injury during the 2015-16 season. “I was so excited to come over and play to try and further my career. And I played pretty good here, I think I finished like 33rd and I finished 7th in Vegas and then I won Mexico.

“But if [they] hadn’t given me the spot, the funny thing is I don’t know if I would have started the Tour until January. So all those chain of events might not have happened. So I can’t thank [them] enough for doing that. I really can’t explain it, it’s been an amazing 12 months. I can’t explain it, but I hope it continues.”

2. Fowler’s 2017-18 debut: Can Fowler make the leap this year? The thing I worry about with him is that he putted his tail off last year and still won just once. Is he going to be good enough to overtake the Justin Thomases, Jordan Spieths and Dustin Johnsons of the world in the biggest events? Maybe, but he’ll need to improve his overall numbers off the tee and on his approach shots. I’m excited to watch his debut this weekend in Mexico.

3. Old Man Open? The OHL Classic at Mayakoba is the rare fall event normally won by older players. It’s The Open Championship of fall events. Last year, Perez joined seven other champions (in just 11 of these events) in his 30s. The average of that group of eight 30-somethings? An ancient 38.1 years old!

CMA Awards 2017

CMA Awards 2017

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WHEN: Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017

WHERE: Bridgestone Arena in Nashville

TV: ABC

CMA Awards 2017

In the years since the Dixie Chicks were exiled to the Island Of Misfit Toys for denouncing George Bush, the country music industry has fostered a fear-driven culture, in which artists have shied away from making statements that might be perceived as controversial.

Indicative of this mindset is an utterly tone-deaf policy issued by the Country Music Association (CMA) roughly a week in advance of the 51st annual CMA Awards ceremony. Claiming that they wanted to focus on celebrating the year in country music, the CMA decreed that any journalists who broached topics of last month’s Las Vegas shooting, gun control, or any other politically unsavory subject when interviewing artists on the event’s red carpet would risk having their press credentials revoked and being removed from the grounds by security.

When the policy was announced, writers in the country music communityexpressed their outrage on social media, but the CMA remained silent for more than 24 hours. It only reversed its policy after a handful of artists – including the female vocalist of the year nominee Maren Morris and the CMA Awards’ long-standing co-host, Brad Paisley, in addition to acts like Margo Price, Will Hoge, Gretchen Peters, and Ryan Adams, who typically are not offered a seat at the CMAs’ table – denounced it. The apology statement was, predictably, half-hearted, insisting that the intent of the restriction on the press’ questions had been misinterpreted.

The Country Music Association Awards air live on Wednesday Nov. 8 from the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville beginning at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on ABC. The 51st annual edition of these awards will be hosted by Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley for the 10th year running. They are also set to perform as are  Garth BrooksBrothers OsborneLuke BryanEric ChurchAlan JacksonMiranda LambertLittle Big TownOld DominionJon PardiChris Stapleton and Thomas Rhett.

Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley return for their 10th run as the hosts of the 2017 Country Music Association Awards, aka the CMAs. And, according to the LA Times, though the hosts hope to honor and speak lightly about the recent tragedies that have gone on in our country, journalists on the red carpet have been given guidelines when it comes to these subjects. Journalists are not allowed to ask entertainers about “the Las Vegas tragedy, gun rights, political affiliations or topics of the like” tonight so that everyone feels comfortable and can celebrate a joyous event. And, if these guidelines are not followed, a member of the media’s “credential [would] be reviewed and potentially revoked via security escort.” So, it’s safe to say that this will remain a light-hearted musical event to celebrate artists including Miranda Lambert, Keith Urban, Eric Church, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. The show is set to air on the ABC network at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT. But, if you don’t have cable or can’t get to a TV, you can watch ABC online, on your phone or on another streaming device by signing up for one of the following cable-free, live-TV streaming services. They cost a monthly fee but all come with a free trial, so you can watch tonight’s show for free if you’re in a select market:

Lambert leads with five bids. While she picked up her 11th nomination for Female Vocalist (she won a record six years running beginning in 2010) and her fourth for Album of the Year (“The Weight of These Wings”), she was snubbed for the big prize: Entertainer of the Year.