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Saracens star to start after suspension

Saracens star to start after suspension

Sport
England centre Alex Lozowski is looking to make an impact and take a step forward this weekend in England’s third Autumn International against Japan after missing out on England’s first two games as he served a ban. Lozowski, 25, had his ban for entering a ruck dangerously during Saracens Champions’ Cup win against Glasgow extended after joining the England camp. After watching England’s games against South Africa and New Zealand from the sidelines, Lozowski, who was born in Brent and attended Watford Grammar School, is set to start at Twickenham in a centre partnership that also includes Exeter’s Jack Nowell. https://twitter.com/EnglandRugby/status/1063031132688695296 Lozowski told Sky Sports News: “It was hugely frustrating to be not sure what was going on, it was a shame but
South Western Rail strike threatens Twickenham travel

South Western Rail strike threatens Twickenham travel

News, Sport
Fans planning on attending England’s first autumn international against South Africa have been told to allow extra time for their journeys owing to industrial action on South Western Rail. Saturday’s strike is the first of three days planned this month, as RMT union workers walk out in a continuing dispute over the role of guards on trains. South Western Rail are planning on running 12 trains an hour from Waterloo to Twickenham and maintaining at least 50% of its normal Saturday services. However, fans are still being urged to allow for delays during their journeys. Bus services will operate in order to help ferry England fans to the stadium. In a statement published from their website, the RMT said it was “angry and frustrated that South Western Railway have failed to respond

Pick-six? Tight end? We tested Londoners’ NFL knowledge

American Sports, Featured, Sport
What does London know about NFL rules 10 years after the very first American football game on the British soil? Since 2007, London sports arenas are filled to the top with fans dressed in various NFL jerseys every autumn. We cheer clashes between athletes from across the pond following the Star Spangled Banner played out loud. It’s fair to say London has embraced the discipline, but have we actually learnt the game’s basics? Do we know what kneeling is as much as the offside rule in soccer? Can we explain the role of a tight end as succinctly as where a centre forward operates on the pitch? As gridiron came back to its roots last Sunday and at Twickenham, England's home of rugby, the Arizona Cardinals were defeated by the LA Rams 33-0; the Voice of London joined the crowd and asked

How we celebrated NFL’s 10th anniversary in London

American Sports, Sport
Sunday's clash between the Cleveland Browns and the Minnesota Vikings rounded up the 10th year of NFL London games. So how did it go? London this year has seen a record four games of American football at its two historic stadiums, Wembley and Twickenham. Although not all of them kept spectators at the edge of their seats, there was enough drama on and off the pitch to make them memorable. From the very first kneeling protests against Donald Trump, to cross-sports emotional encounters; the Voice of London has taken a look at how we celebrated NFL in the British capital this year. The games tagged #NFLUK on social media kicked off with the audacious and divisive kneeling protest during the first game at Wembley, won by the Jacksonville Jaguars 44-7 against the Baltimore Ravens. The pl
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