WORLD SPORTS at 1330 GMT
WORLD SPORTS at 1330 GMT
The Associated Press
LONDON — In a clash of the Premier League's early form teams, Bolton Wanderers play Manchester City at the Reebok Stadium after both sides opened their seasons with 4-0 victories, while newcomers Norwich take on Stoke and Wolverhampton Wanderers face Fulham. Expected by 1700 GMT, with separates. By Stuart Condie.
LONDON — Rahul Dravid hits his third century of the series to hold up England on day four of the final test at The Oval, taking India to a respectable 218-6 at lunch on Sunday. Moved - will be updated. By Stuart Condie.
BERLIN — Mainz and Hannover hope to maintain their perfect starts in the Bundesliga when they host Schalke and Hertha Berlin, respectively. Expected by 1730 GMT. By Ciaran Fahey.
LISBON, Portugal — An overhauled Sporting Lisbon with 14 new players looks for its first win of the new season in week two as it visits Beira Mar, while Braga hosts Maritimo. Expected by 2300GMT.
BC-SOC-U20 WORLD CUP FINAL
BOGOTA, Colombia — Oscar scores a hat trick to lead Brazil to a 3-2 win over Portugal in extra time on Saturday to win the Under-20 World Cup. Moved. By Stephen Wade.
BOGOTA, Colombia — Mexico claims its best finish in the Under-20 World Cup by beating France 3-1 in the third-place playoff on Saturday, extending the country's run of strong tournament performances in 2011. Moved. By Stephen Wade.
— MILAN — BC-SOC--ETO'O-ANZHI. Moved.
— GELSENKIRCHEN, Germany — BC-SOC--SCHALKE-RAUL. Moved.
— LIVERPOOL, England — BC-SOC--EVERTON-NEVILLE. Moved.
— FRISCO, Texas — BC-SOC--MLS ROUNDUP. Moved.
— MEXICO CITY — BC-SOC--MEXICO-SHOOTING. Moved.
BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe — Captain Shakib Al Hasan and Mahmudullah score crucial half-centuries to lead Bangladesh to a competitive 253-6 in the fifth and final one-day international against Zimbabwe in Bulawayo on Sunday. Moved - will be updated.
— ISLAMABAD — BC-CRI--PAKISTAN-MALIK. Moved.
TOKYO — Second-half tries from Takashi Kikutani and Takehisa Usuzuki powered Japan to a 20-14 victory over the United States on Sunday in the teams' final warmup match ahead of next month's Rugby World Cup. Moved.
— DUBLIN — BC-RGU--WCUP-FRANCE. Moved.
— SYDNEY — BC-RGU--AUSTRALIA-KICKING OPTIONS. Moved.
GREENSBORO, North Carolina — Even during a rough start, Webb Simpson never lost his cool, and is rewarded with a 6-under 64 on Saturday that gives him a two-stroke lead heading into the final round of the Wyndham Championship. Moved. By Joedy McCreary.
— CELADNA, Czech Republic — BC-GLF--Czech Open. Expected by 1600 GMT.
— NORTH PLAINS, Oregon — BC-GLF--LPGA SAFEWAY CLASSIC. Moved.
BC-TEN--WESTERN & SOUTHERN OPEN-WOMEN
MASON, Ohio — After a listless first set, Maria Sharapova is inspired by a pep talk from her coach and rolls to a 2-6, 6-3, 6-3 victory over Vera Zvonareva on Saturday, seizing a spot in the final of the Western & Southern Open. She'll play 13th-seeded Jelena Jankovic of Serbia, who beat Andrea Petkovic 7-6 (4), 6-1 in the other semifinal. Moved. By Joe Kay.
PLAYAS DE ORIHUELA, Spain — Danish rider Jakob Fuglsang sets off on stage two of the Spanish Vuelta with a four-second lead over defending champion Vicenzo Nibali as riders embark on a 174-kilometer (109-mile) route from La Nucia to Playas de Orihuela, including a grade three mountain pass. Expected by 2000 GMT.
TRIER, Germany — Sebastien Ogier wins the Rally Germany on Sunday, becoming the first driver to beat Citroen teammate Sebastien Loeb on an all-tarmac rally since 2004. Moved.
— SZEGED, Hungary — BC-CAN--WORLDS. Moved.
— SAN FRANCISCO — BC-FBN--NFL-49ERS STADIUM SHOOTING. Moved.
— MINNEAPOLIS — BC-BKL--WNBA ROUNDUP. Moved.
— SYDNEY — BC-RGL--AUSTRALIAN ROUNDUP. Moved.
— MELBOURNE, Australia — BC-FBO--AUSTRALIAN RULES ROUNDUP. Moved.
— HAVANA — BC-BBO--CUBA-DEFECTIONS. Moved.
— SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pennsylvania — BC-BBY--LITTLE LEAGUE. Moved.
— CHICAGO — BC-BBA--AL Roundup. Moved.
— ATLANTA — BC-BBN--NL Roundup. Moved.
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