Indians running scared ahead of decider, say Aussies

Virat Kohli's endless swagger cannot mask the fact India is starting to resemble a very nervous cricket team.

'The fact is, he lied today, not me'

Brisbane Broncos coach Wayne Bennett talks to his players during training at Red Hill.

Paul Kent has lashed Wayne Bennett for calling him a liar.

Weir drought ends in Sydney, now for the flood

Leading trainer Darren Weir.

Trainer has the talented Humidor among the favourites for The BMW.

Veteran Rooster in no hurry to determine his future

Michael Gordon of the Roosters gets a pass away.

Michael Gordon has been contemplating his career.

Adelaide drama still lingering for Roar coach

Roar keeper Michael Theo.

Roar to host the Melbourne Victory at Suncorp Stadium.

Reds coach leaves experienced stars on the sidelines

Reds player George Smith takes the ball forward against the Sharks.

George Smith and Rob Simmons have been rested.

Lions coach plays down Suns' umpiring concerns

Harris Andrews of the Brisbane Lions (right) in action.

Rodney Eade was critical of methods used by Lion Harris Andrews.

'Pest' Laura Clemesha hitting new heights with Firebirds

Laura Clemesha (right) of the Firebirds attempts to block Caitlin Thwaites of the Magpies.

It has been a baptism by fire for the six-foot-three Laura Clemesha.

Was Barca's comeback the best in history?

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard (left) holds the trophy after Liverpool's victory in the the 2005 UEFA Champions League final.

We run through some of sport's most memorable fightbacks.

Who's the strongest in the NRL?

Raiders forward Shannon Boyd.

These are the crowd-pleasers who can stop a whole gym.

Former Supercars champs gunning for title

Garth Tander is back at Garry Rogers Motorsport.

These title winners have lost none of their drive for success.

Laura Enever giving her all for surfing

Laura Enever is loving being able to give back to her sport.

Sydney girl has always been a generous soul.

The NRL's unlucky 16 for round one

Penrith recruit Tim Browne in action for the Bulldogs.

These are the players on the cusp of selection at your NRL club.

Why Kohli is the Trump of world sport

India's captain Virat Kohli gestures towards Australia's Matt Renshaw as he runs to celebrate the dismissal of David Warner during the fourth day of the third Test in Ranchi.

The Indian captain is a law unto himself.

Thurston despised today but loved tomorrow

Cowboys skipper Johnathan Thurston is swamped by teammates after kicking a field goal to down the Brisbane Broncos in extra time on Friday night.

Cowboys great tests appeal with extra-time thrillers

Seeing is believing ... Barcelona completes impossible dream

Barcelona's Sergi Roberto celebrates after scoring the sixth goal during the Champions League round of 16, second leg soccer match between FC Barcelona and Paris Saint Germain at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday March 8, 2017. Barcelona won 6-1. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

Just when you thought you had seen everything ...

Memo to NRL: Don't bring back the biff

James Graham and Will Chambers after the Round 1 NRL match between the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and the Melbourne Storm at Belmore Sports Ground in Sydney, Saturday, March 3rd, 2017. (AAP Image/Craig Golding) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

In round one three players were reprimanded for punching.

Game must face hard discussion about Cartwright action

Penrith Panthers NRL player Bryce Cartwright takes part in a training session in Sydney

IT went without examination but Phil Gould nailed it early.

Only a grand final victory will fulfil Arnold's dream

Milos Ninkovic of Sydney FC and James Troisi of Melbourne Victory during the round 22 A-League match between Sydney FC and Melbourne Victory at Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Friday, March 3, 2017. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

Sydney FC failure to reach final would not be good.

League community mourns death of Brett Kimmorley's wife

Brett Kimmorley playing for the Bulldogs in 2010.

Former teammate Michael Ennis has led an outpouring of support.

The Game's grief: Sharnie Kimmorley, wife of Brett, has died

Brett and Sharnie Kimmorley on their wedding day in 2000.

She was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2016

Left is all right for Roosters

Luke Keary of the Roosters is tackled by Jason Clark (left) and Adam Reynolds of the Rabbitohs.

VIDEO: Trent Robinson had one instruction against Rabbitohs.

Injury-hit Panthers on high alert against Knights

Bryce Cartwright of the Panthers.

Penrith again missing star Bryce Cartwright.

Benji set to make way for booming Bronco

Benji Marshall of the Broncos during the round three NRL match against the Melbourne Storm.

Big-name recruit to make way for young hulk Tevita Pangai Jnr.

Guerra striving to rediscover his best form

Roosters player Aidan Guerra during the round one match against the Titans.

Roosters forward admits he is being driven by a disappointing 2016.

Eagles' 2006 title 'not tainted', says AFL boss

AFL chief executive Gill McLachlan address the media.

No evidence suggesting West Coast took performance-enhancing drugs.

Pack mentality pays dividends for Tigers

Young Tiger Dan Butler was outstanding on debut.

VIDEO: Richmond's small forwards set the tempo in win over Blues.

Eade talks up Gold Coast's finals chances

Tom Lynch of the Gold Coast Suns.

Coach is hoping it's a new dawn for his Suns.

Roar assistant coach cops four-game ban

Brisbane Roar assistant coach Ross Aloisi.

Club will support Ross Aloisi if he wants to fight his suspension.

'Our performance didn't warrant three points today'

Iraq's Mohanad Abdulraheem (right) battles for the ball with Australia's Tomi Juric.

VIDEO: Even coach didn't think Socceroos deserved to beat Iraq.

Socceroos escape with draw against Iraq in Tehran

Tomi Juric goes up for a header during the Socceroos v Iraq World Cup Qualifier.

The Socceroos have earned another point on the road to the World Cup

Sensational Podolski swansong ensures England defeat

Lukas Podolski (R) of Germany celebrates with teammate Leroy Sane after scoring

England's first defeat under Gareth Southgate

Socceroos plan to stick with style in World Cup qualifier

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has slammed the state of the field in Tehran ahead of the World Cup qualifier against Iraq.

Postecoglou concerned by state of surface ahead of Iraq showdown

Cahill plays on passion as he prepares for World Cup qualifier

Tim Cahill will be chasing his 50th goal for Australia when the Socceroos take on Iraq in a World Cup qualifier in Tehran on Thursday night (AEDT).

Socceroos veteran sets sights on major milestone

Australia's fast-bowling riches bad news for England

Australia's Pat Cummins (left) watches as India's Wriddhiman Saha (centre) and Cheteshwar Pujara run between the wickets during the fourth day of the third Test in Ranchi.

A four-pronged pace attack would "send shivers down the spine”.

Cummins on a high in the Himalayas

Pat Cummins is ready to be unleashed at altitude in the final Test.

Pat Cummins ready to be unleashed at altitude.

Smith rated among game's best batsmen

Australia's Steve Smith raises his bat and helmet after a century in the third Test against India in Ranchi.

Smith closes in on Bradman in latest Test rankings

Marsh rated 'special player' after Ranchi heroics

Shaun Marsh's efforts on the fifth day ensured Australia held on for a draw in the third Test against India in Ranchi.

Warner reveals Marsh is up for pressure test

Redbacks eyeing redemption in Shield final

Redbacks coach Jamie Siddons.

SA coach says it would be sweet to "turn the tables” on Victoria.

Warner confident of getting form back

Australia's David Warner bowled by India's Umesh Yadav during their first test match in Pune, India, Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017. (AP Photo/Rajanish Kakade)

DAVID Warner says he can break his Indian run-drought.

Aiken to miss first game since 2008

Firebirds shooter has a minor knee niggle and is out of the Super Netball clash with Adelaide.

Former Diamond in line for shock Thunderbirds call-up

Renae Ingles could be set for a Thunderbirds return.

Renae Ingles has not played netball since October 2015.

Langman to be named despite nasty finger injury

TOUGH: Laura Langman.

Lightning to name injured star but recovery will be monitored.

Giants skipper to miss remainder of season

Kim Green (left) of the Giants looks to make a pass during the round three Super Netball match against the Magpies.

Kim Green has a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament.

Gritty Lightning midcourter praised for match-winning role

KEY PLAYER: Laura Scherian of the Lightning passes the ball.

She had almost 150 possessions and came up with 'that play'.

Injury to captain mars Giants win

Kimberlee Green of the Giants cheers from the sideline after being injured during against the Thunderbirds.

Captain hurt in Giants victory.

Firebirds get 'kick up the bum' from Vixens

Kate Moloney of the Vixens looks to pass. Source:Getty Images

Team suffers one of the worst losses in recent Firebirds history

Mackay man seen 'beating horse around the head'

The commission inquired into allegations that the Mackay trainer mistreated a thoroughbred racehorse in his care.

Trainer caught 'beating a horse around the head'

Trainer closing in on record-breaking century

Trainer Darren Weir at Flemington.

Darren Weir on verge of training 100 city winners for the season.

Bowman: Winx can run down Black Caviar record

Hugh Bowman rides Winx (right) past the post in the Cox Plate at Moonee Valley Racecourse

Winx's winning streak stands at 14

Group 1 race just what the Doc ordered

Hey Doc ridden by Luke Currie wins race 6 CS Hayes Stakeson Black Caviar, The Great Horse Raceday at Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne, Saturday. Feb. 18, 2017. (AAP Image/Tracey Nearmy) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

Trainer Tony McEvoy says Hey Doc "has to” go the Australian Guineas.

Only bad luck will end Winx's streak, says trainer

Hugh Bowman celebrates another Winx victory.

Peter Moody insists Winx has same invincibility as Black Caviar.

Winx on track ahead of return run

Hugh Bowman rides Winx (right) past the post in the Cox Plate at Moonee Valley Racecourse last October.

Trainer says preparation faultless going into her comeback

Jason Day forced out of tournament as mum fights cancer

JASON Day has repeatedly said he would not have become world number one without his mother, Dening, and now he’s walking away from golf to look after her.

Leishman win earns spot at the Masters

Marc Leishman, of Australia, poses with his family, while holding the championship trophy after winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational golf tournament in Orlando, Fla., Sunday, March 19, 2017. With Leishman are sons, Harvey, 5, left, and Oliver, 3, and wife, Audrey. (AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack)

MARC Leishman has stretched the Aussie Masters contingent to five.

Hadwin victory secures spot at the Masters

Adam Hadwin and his fiance Jessica Kippenberger hold up the champion's trophy after he won the Valspar Championship.

Hadwin holds on for Valspar Championship win

Golf's law-makers propose sweeping changes

American golfer Dustin Johnson.

It's the biggest overhaul of golf's rule book in more than 30 years.