Australia captain Steve Smith declared Australia's second innings closed at 202 for five during dinner on day three of the first day-night test against Pakistan in Brisbane today, setting the touring side a mammoth victory target of 490. Usman Khawaja scored 74 and captain Steve Smith smashed 63 off 70 balls as the home side sought to bat Pakistan out of the game after declining to enforce the follow-on on a steamy day at the Gabba.

Boxing: A walkover and two bouts as women’s boxing begins

Anam Qambrani stood in a corner of the room practising sparring with her father and coach, Younus Qambrani, before her fight. In the end, she won without having to flex a muscle after no one turned up in the ring to spar against her. Anam and 16 other girls from her father’s club — the Pak Shaheen Boxing Club, have taken part in the district level championship which will go on till Sunday.

New Barca deal makes Luis Suarez 'feel special'

Barcelona strike Luis Suarez on Friday said that he was delighted after signing his lucrative contract extension at Barcelona through to June 2021.

Second Placed Rangers wins at Hamilton

Martyn Waghorn scored twice as Rangers saw off a late Hamilton Academical fight back at New Douglas Park. Rangers went close through Jason Holt and Waghorn before the two combined to break Hamilton's resistance, the Englishman heading Holt's cross into the top corner. Waghorn made it two from close range after being teed up by Lee Wallace.

Champions Cup: Glasgow Warriors 23-7 Racing 92

Glasgow Warriors moved top of European Champions Cup Pool One with a tremendous 23-7 victory over Racing 92. Josh Strauss and Fraser Brown powered over for first-half tries after fine work from fly-half Finn Russell, who kicked two penalties. Scrum-half Ali Price fizzed in for a third score after 47 minutes.

But Glasgow failed to score a fourth try and earn what might have proved a vital bonus point, with Xavier Chauveau grabbing a late Racing consolation.

Lewis Hamilton's desire to win titles could depend on lifestyle, says Jolyon Palmer

Three-time world champion Lewis Hamilton's desire to win more titles could depend on his lifestyle outside of Formula 1, says Renault driver and fellow Englishman Jolyon Palmer. Hamilton, 31, missed out on a fourth drivers' title this year to now-retired Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg. Palmer says Hamilton is in a "good place" for next season, but does not know how long he will stay at the top.

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