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Kuwait Tunisia climb as top ten hold firm

    Kuwait Tunisia climb as top ten hold firm

    With just 22 matches played, all friendlies, since the December edition, it is no surprise to see few significant changes in the first FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking of 2018, with Germany remaining on top.

    Heroes' welcome for defeated Dutch

      Heroes' welcome for defeated Dutch

      In the build-up to Russia 2018, FIFA.com will be highlighting some classic FIFA World Cup images. This week we look back to 1974 and the spectacular scenes that greeted the beaten Netherlands team on their return to Amsterdam.

      Duggan and Ireland upsetting the odds

        Duggan and Ireland upsetting the odds

        Karen Duggan speaks to FIFA.com about Republic of Ireland's quest to make the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ their first major tournament and explains why she has opted against turning professional.

        FIFA obtains preliminary injunction against viagogo

          FIFA obtains preliminary injunction against viagogo The Hamburg District Court has issued a preliminary injunction against Switzerland-based viagogo AG, banning the company from offering tickets for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ via its viagogo.de online ticket marketplace prior to FIFA officially allocating such tickets and/or to viagogo AG physically possessing them.

          How serious a threat are Steph Curry's ankle injuries to his career?

            How serious a threat are Steph Curry's ankle injuries to his career?

            The Warriors are looking as strong as ever this season but there is real concern about the long-term health of one of the NBA’s finest players

            Call it a tweak or a slip or a mild sprain. But really, call it like it is, time to worry. When Steph Curry folded his ankle against the Pelicans on 4 December, there was concern. Barely a month later, after

            Women’s draw opens up for Maria Sharapova after Johanna Konta exit

              Women’s draw opens up for Maria Sharapova after Johanna Konta exit • Returning Sharapova beats 14th seed Anastasija Sevastova
              • Konta’s grand slam struggles continue against Bernarda Pera

              Day by day, the rankings on the women’s tour are being shredded to the point of irrelevance – and when Johanna Konta joined Sloane Stephens, Venus Williams, Petra Kvitova and Garbiñe Muguruza among a slew of seeded players to

              Rory McIlroy back in the swing in Abu Dhabi as Tommy Fleetwood sets pace

                Rory McIlroy back in the swing in Abu Dhabi as Tommy Fleetwood sets pace • Tommy Fleetwood one shot clear of Fabrizio Zanotti
                • McIlroy: ‘There were no mistakes, I played very solidly, very smart’

                As Rory McIlroy was happy enough to admit, the company he kept for his first competitive round in 106 days was as significant as the accomplished nature of what he produced in the Abu Dhabi Championship. Finding 17 greens in

                Australian Open: Wawrinka dumped out by Sandgren as Federer cruises

                  Stan Wawrinka • 2014 champion Wawrinka loses in straight sets against world No 97
                  • Federer reaches third round with victory over Jan-Lennard Struff

                  Stan Wawrinka’s comeback tournament ended with a second‑round defeat against Tennys Sandgren at the Australian Open. The 2014 champion was back in action for the first time since Wimbledon after undergoing sur

                  Breathing operation information revealed to punters for first time

                    Breathing operation information revealed to punters for first time • Four horses declared on Friday have had wind surgery
                    • The quartet of runners are at Chepstow and Musselburgh

                    Four horses will carry the letters “WS” against their name on Friday’s racecards, the first day of the British Horseracing Authority’s controversial new regime which requires trainers to declare when a horse has undergone a wind operation

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