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Alex Hales 99 fired England to a five-wicket win over South Africa in Port Elizabeth and a 2-0 lead in the five-match ODI series. The opener clubbed fifty in his sides victory in the first ODI in Bloemfontein on Wednesday and carried on that form with a responsible 124-ball knock as the tourists chased down the Proteas 262-7 with 22 balls to spare.Jos Buttler (48no from 28) and Moeen Ali (21no from 15) guided England home after Hales was dismissed - the former on the day he pocketed a bumper IPL contract with Mumbai Indians - with a thrilling stand of 61 in just five overs.Hales, Buttler and Moeen backed up some excellent work with the ball from Reece Topley (4-50), whose career-best figures ensured South Africas innings lost its spark following the departure of skipper AB de Villiers (73). Reece Topleys four wickets restricted South Africa to 262-7 Topley bowled Hashim Amla (4) off his pads in the third over, leaving Quinton de Kock (22), who made an unbeaten 138 from 96 balls in Bloemfontein, and Faf du Plessis (46) to rebuild for the hosts with a second-wicket stand of 49.De Kock perished lbw to Ben Stokes in the 11th over, with Du Plessis next to go in the 20th, caught by Chris Jordan at slip off a gorgeous in-drifter from Adil Rashid (1-43), having added 45 with De Villiers. Watch this brilliant catch from Chris Jordan to dismiss AB de Villiers during the second ODI between South Africa and England. Rashids fellow spinner Moeen Ali (0-41) was equally tight in the middle period as he and Rashid ensured the 106-run partnership between De Villiers and JP Duminy (47) hinged on well-worked singles rather than boundaries, De Villiers notching his 48th ODI fifty from a sedate 72 deliveries with a flick into the on-side.The South Africa skipper tried to accelerate as the final 10 overs approached but, after mowing Jordan for six over midwicket, departed to an outstanding, swirling catch from the Sussex seamer off Stokes, the man who pouched him superbly in Bloemfontein a few days ago. Stokes celebrates dismissing de Villiers in Port Elizabeth Duminy, dropped down the leg-side by Buttler on 35, was dismissed three balls later, though the left-hander was unfortunate to go with Topleys delivery sliding down leg side.South Africa stumbled at that point, scoring just 46 from the last eight overs, with Topley having Rilee Rossouw (11) caught behind by Buttler on review - third umpire Chris Gaffaney deciding the batsman had hit ball as well as ground - and Kagiso Rabada (12) snared by Eoin Morgan. Chris Jordan chats to Nick Knight Nasser Hussain about his superb catch during the second ODI Jason Roy (14) entertained briefly for England as they began their reply, striking three boundaries off the fit-again Kyle Abbott (3-58) before the seamer, who shelled a sharp caught and bowled chance to remove the opener for a duck, bowled him through the gate with a superb in-swinger.Joe Root had a scare, too, when he was given out lbw to the returning Rabada on three but his review proved successful, with Hawk-Eye suggesting the ball would have bypassed leg stump.The Yorkshireman went on to play a dogged knock while partnering the slightly more expansive Hales, hitting just two boundaries in the pairs 97-run stand for the second wicket before chopping Abbott onto his stumps. Alex Hales hit a vital 99 in Englands victory Hales started pretty placidly himself but sped up as he approached fifty, a milestone he reached from 68 balls, before flicking Abbott into De Kocks gloves down the leg-side as he eyed a second ODI ton, his only one to date coming against Pakistan in November.Buttler and Moeen finished proceedings with aplomb, though - Buttler cracking three sixes in a row off Imran Tahir and Moeen sealing the win with successive fours off Morne Morkel. We hear from AB de Villiers, Eoin Morgan and Alex Hales after Englands win over South Africa in the second ODI. Morgans partnership of 52 with Hales proved valuable, with the skippers 29 seeing him become the ninth batsman to pass 4,000 ODI runs for England, after Ian Bell, Paul Collingwood, Alec Stewart, Kevin Pietersen, Marcus Trescothick, Graham Gooch, Andrew Strauss and Allan Lamb.Stokes had a day to forget with the bat, though, chopping Morkel on for a six-ball duck during which time his penchant for sweeping spinner Tahir almost saw him fall twice lbw.Will England secure the series in Centurion on Tuesday? Find out from 11am on Sky Sports 2. http://www.ramsrookiestore.com/Customized/ . -- Cam Newton pranced into the end zone, placed his hands over his chest and did his familiar Superman pose. http://www.ramsrookiestore.com/Rams-Torry-Holt-Jersey/ . Shot outdoors against the stunning backdrop of Banff, Alta., the networks 30-minute original production airs tonight at 8pm et/5pm pt on TSN2. 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Ohio State could wind up ranked No. 2 in the country at the end of the season and not make its conference championship game.The Buckeyes lost control of their destiny last Saturday not because of what they did on the field in their second consecutive 62-3 victory but as a result of Michigans loss at Iowa.The Wolverines first setback this season pushed them into a three-way tie with Ohio State and Penn State atop the Big Ten East Division.What the season comes down to is this: If the Buckeyes win their final two games, against Michigan State on Saturday (noon ET, ESPN) and Michigan the following week, theyll need the Nittany Lions to lose one of their final two games against Rutgers and Michigan State to secure a spot in Indianapolis for the Big Ten championship game.If Michigan had remained undefeated entering its annual showdown with Ohio State and then lost to the Buckeyes, it would have created a three-way tie atop the standings, assuming Penn State wins out. The tiebreaker scenario in that case would have favored Ohio State.Michigan, meanwhile, still controls its fate. Penn State, by virtue of an upset of Ohio State, has the next-best chance of going to Indianapolis.So, for the second straight year, Ohio State could ultimately end up being the best team in the Big Ten at the end of the season and not make the conference title game.The question then becomes: Would a one-loss Ohio State team that didnt win its conference championship still land one of the four spots in the College Football Playoff?I see it like this: If we win out all our games, Big Ten championship or not, youre not going to put us in? Buckeyes quarterback J.T. Barrett asked. Like youre going to leave Ohio State out? That doesnt make sense to me.The answers will be provided in the next three weeks. In the meantime, all the Buckeyes (9-1, 6-1 Big Ten) can do is prepare for Saturdays visit to East Lansing to take on the struggling Spartans (3-7, 1-6), who entered the week as 24-point underdogs.Novembers here and we have a big one coming, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer said.Entering the season, Saturdays matchup against Michigan State was one of the games circled on the calendar as a potential blockbuster. But the Spartans, after winning the Big Ten championship a year ago, limp into the game with just one conference win, which finally came last Saturday when they ended a seven-game losing streak with a 49-0 victory over Rutgers.Weve come to play every single foottball game, so its unfortunate where were at, said Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio, a former Ohio State assistant.dddddddddddd But you cant look past it. You cant look backward here; you have to look to the future. Ohio State is a big game for us, for this program, and always has been. A lot of guys from Ohio, so its a special game in that respect.All thats left for Michigan State now is the chance to impact the Big Ten East race in their final two games against Big Ten East co-leaders Ohio State and Penn State. A win Saturday would be a stunner, but the Spartans werent expected to win last year in Columbus.We have reasons to play, even if its in a spoiler fashion, Dantonio said. There are possibilities as we go forward. And I think that as we look at who were playing -- two very good football teams, two Top 10 football teams -- weve got our work cut out for us as we always do. But weve got every reason to play.Ohio State shouldnt have any problems getting hyped for this one, knowing whats at stake as far as their championship hopes. The Buckeyes undoubtedly will also remember the pain of their only loss last year, when Michigan State spoiled a perfect season with an upset on the last play of the game in the rain in Columbus.As the Buckeyes left the field last Saturday in College Park, Md., hours before Michigan stumbled at Iowa, they were feeling good about their performance against Maryland and thinking about avenging the 2015 loss to Michigan State.Theres a little bit of human element that comes into the game, especially with them ruining senior night for us last year and ruining the season we were supposed to have last year, Ohio State guard Billy Price said. Its in the back of your head, absolutely.Ohio State appears to have ironed out issues on offense since the Oct. 22 loss at Penn State, outscoring Nebraska and Maryland 124-3 in the last two games.Theres more of a concerted effort to get the ball in H-back Curtis Samuels hands. He has game-breaking talent -- he is the only FBS player with at least 600 yards rushing (637) and receiving (750), and he has 13 touchdowns (seven rushing, six receiving).He just knows how to make a play, Buckeyes cornerback Marshon Lattimore said. He knows how to go out there and do what he has to do to put us in a position to win. I love when he touches the ball. Wholesale Hoodies NFL Shirts Outlet Jerseys NFL Wholesale Cheap NFL Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '

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