LITESPORT London Lite Tuesday, 3 November 2009 31 Dallaglios verdict: Pick Kennedy not Borthwick Inbrief Bang! Zim are skittled for 44 BANGLADESH took an unassailable 3-1 series lead over Zimbabwe in their One-Day International series after an astonishing match in which only 93 runs were scored. Bangladesh skittled the tourists for just 44, the fifth lowest total in an ODI, and then rattled off the runs for four wickets. Zimbabwe barely cleared their own record for the lowest ever ODI score -- 35 against Sri Lanka in 2004. Andy back after extended wrist ANDY MURRAY will play his first match since 20 September in the Valencia Open later today. Murray, the top seed, will take on 24-year-old Spanish wild card Daniel Gimeno-Traver ranked 75 in the world in the first round. The 22-year-old has been suffering with a wrist injury but told his personal website: The wrist is fine. Im still icing it and exercising it but its tough to do too much about it specifically. Haas rocked by a dose of swine TOMMY HAAS has had to pull out of the Davidoff Swiss Indoors tennis tournament in Basle after contracting swine flu. The German consulted his doctor when he contracted flu-like symptoms, and he was diagnosed with the highly- contagious H1N1 strain. He said: I did a test because I suspected I had the swine flu and the test was positive, he told the Bild newspaper. It was obviously a shock for me. Phillies take it to NY climax BASEBALLS 2009 World Series will be decided at the new Yankee Stadium after the Philadelphia Phillies clinched an 8-6 victory in the fifth match last night. Seeking the win which would have secured their 27th title, the New York Yankees found themselves trailing 6-1 by the end of the third inning and never recovered. That became 8-2 at the bottom of the seventh as the series heads back to NY on Wednesday night. McGuire hopes for second shot STAND-OFF Danny McGuire is urging England coach Tony Smith to give him the chance to turn the jeers to cheers in Saturdays crunch rugby league Four Nations clash with New Zealand. The Leeds No6 was booed off tduring Englands 26-16 defeat by Australia on Saturday but he said: I know what I need to do to put things right. If we show some kind of fluency in attack, then we know well be in with a shout. I love punching 7ft 2in Russian giants DAVID HAYE today admitted: I love punching things. Given that he fights 7ft 2in Russian ogre Nikolai Valuev (inset) for the WBA heavyweight title on Saturday, thats probably a good thing. Londoner Haye is also promising the most jaw-dropping knock-out of all time in Nuremberg on Saturday. Valuev has never been floored in his 16-year professional career. Haye (pictured) said: Ive dreamed of the moment Valuev falls to the canvas and I believe it will be one of the most jaw-dropping knockouts of all-time. Winning any fight by knockout is a bonus, but being in a position to knock out a giant is an exciting proposition. Valuev has never been properly hurt before, let alone knocked down or out, and Im now being given a chance to become the first fighter to bring The Beast to his knees. This is my chance to make history. People are talking about this fight everywhere I go. Old ladies are worrying for my health and wishing me luck against this big bully. I love punching things and a man of Valuevs size gives me plenty to hit. The combination of my hand speed and Valuevs immense head is going to cause an explosion. ghts 7ft 2in RussianGiven that he fi (inset) for the WBA heavyweight title on said: Ive Valuev falls to the canvas and I believe it will be one of the most jaw-dropping knockouts of all-time. Valuev has never been properly hurt before, let alone knocked down or out, and Im now being given rsta chance to become the fi ghter to bring The Beastfi to his knees. This is my chance to make history. People are ghttalking about this fi everywhere I go. Old ladies are worrying for my health and wishing me luck against this big bully. I love punching things and a man of Valuevs size gives me plenty to hit. The combination of my hand speed and Valuevs immense LAWRENCEDALLAGLIOhas called for London Irish lock Nick Kennedy to be picked ahead of Saracens England captain Steve Borthwick as the first Autumn Test against Australia looms on Saturday. Former Wasps and England captain Dallaglio, promoting his new book Rugby Tales, said: Im happy to see Eng- land have finally called up NickKennedy.Alotof uswere scratching our heads about why he wasnt part of the squad in the first place. Listen, Steve Borthwick and I didnt get on simply becauseheplayedforBathand I played for Wasps. Who am I to tell Martin Johnson who to pick? If he thinks Steve Borthwick is the right guy, I would just counter that by saying Nick Kennedy has been one of the best locks in the Premiership all year. Johnson, who won a Player of the Century award last night, was forced to delay his team announcement by 24 hours as England struggle to finalise their 22-man squad. Johnson, already without seven certain starters, is wait- ing to see if Northamptons Dylan Hartley is fit to start at hooker ahead of World Cup- winner Steve Thompson. Hesaid:Duetoanumberof playersjoiningandleavingthe squad over the last few days we have not reached a final decision on our 22 and there- fore we have decided to delay naming the Test side. Butheadded:If weperform how we can we will give our- selves a chance of winning. Dallaglio,rugbyambassador for Greene King IPA, added: Martin must be standing by his phone every week waiting for the latest injury but Aus- tralia have left a number of players behind too. Its an opportunity for young guys to come through. And Jonny Wilkinsons back. He turns games where it matters. On the scoreboard. His hairs a bit longer. Hes a Buddhist. Hes got a suntan, hes scoring points for fun. The unpicked lock: its a tug-of-war between Nick Kennedy of London Irish, left, and current captain Steve Borthwick of Saracens, right EXCLUSIVE BY NEAL COLLINS AUTUMN FIXTURES SAT ENGLANDVAUSTRALIA 14NOV ENGLANDVARGENTINA 21NOV ENGLANDVNEWZEALAND All games are at Twickenham and kick-off at 2.30pm, live on Sky Sports 2 index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html