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  • 12 Apr
    Watch as Belle Vues Craig Cook rounds the Lakeside pair to join partner Matej Zagar for a 5-1 to the Aces. Elite League Speedway was back on Sky Sports on Wednesday night and it was another thrilling encounter in the Essex sunshine at the Arena Essex Raceway in Purfleet.Heat Six was to provide the move of the night with Belle Vues Cook performing the heroics with his team trailing 19-10 after the first five heats. Cook took on Richard Lawson and his impressive move saw him round the Hammers rider and Lewis Bridger to join heat winner and teammate Zagar for a 5-1 that saw the Aces reduce the gap to just five points.It was to prove in vain though as Lakeside produced an all-round dominant performance to claim a 53-39 victory that takes them to the top of the Elite League table.Hit play on the video above to watch Cooks smart move. Also See: Bet on Speedway with Sky Bet Dick Butkus Jersey . -- Most satisfying to Russ Smith about No. Brian Urlacher Jersey . 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LOUIS -- Roman Polak was celebrating even before Alexander Steen scored the winning goal in Saturdays 4-2 win over the Carolina Hurricanes. England boss Eddie Jones relishes stirring the pot and will not stop his media jousting with Test coaching rivals, according to Matt Giteau.England host Australia at Twickenham on Saturday in a Test clash where tensions have been ratcheted up by coaches Jones and Michael Cheika trading verbal salvos all week.Australias 103-cap playmaker Giteau has been coached at the Wallabies by both Jones and Cheika - but believes, of the two, Jones is the more natural-born sledger.I dont think Cheiks overly-big on that type of thing happening in the press, said Giteau. When hes had enough he lets people know, but Eddie for me, it looks like he really enjoys it. Hes smiling there, and cracking jokes.Thats just part and parcel of the coach, his personality. Hes cheeky, thats his personality, he enjoys stirring the pot a little. But at the same time hes very professional in everything he does.Giteau excelled as Jones led Australia to the 2003 World Cup final, and continues to set standards at Toulon. The 34-year-old featured in Australias run to the 2015 World Cup final under Cheika too, but remains fairly confident he has now played his last Test for his country.Jones and Cheika have spent the weeks build-up to Saturdays Twickenham clash accusing each others side of illegal scrummaging.Cheika claimed Jones had tarnished his legacy in his homeland of Australia with his conduct during Englands 3-0 Test series whitewash of the Wallabies down under in June.Then Jones insisted Australias media had treated England with disrespect. Eventually the rugby will take centre stage, but Giteau believes Jones simply cannot turn off that talkative element of his personality.He was the same when he used to play touch football, where the coaching staff would get involved in a game once a week, said Giteau.Hes the one who just barkks throughout the whole game, just having a go at the opposition - thats not how you run, what type of lines that? - the whole game.dddddddddddd And hes playing at the same time. At the end of the day either coach would just be happy with a victory.?Thats what theyre here for. Its Test match footy and you just want to win it, it doesnt matter how you win or who said what before the game. Its just about the win, and the winning coach will be happy.?Giteau however hailed Jones ear-factor coaching as integral to the Australian guiding England to a 13-match winning streak.England can equal their record winning run on Saturday, where a 14th consecutive victory would draw Jones men level with Sir Clive Woodwards class of 2003.I was coached by the two coaches at very different stages of my career, said Giteau of Jones and Cheika. Eddie still has that fear-factor for me, he was my first coach, and the guy that youre desperate to make sure youre not doing anything wrong.Youre scared youll walk wrong and hell tell you off. Eddie creates an environment where you never feel comfortable. You can never feel as though youre going to be picked. Hes never fully satisfied I dont think.That keeps you working hard yourself, always looking to improve. Hes a very good motivator in that way. Hes so thorough, over tiny little parts of the game that I can remember sitting down with him about in a midweek.If I just ran ever so slightly differently, he would point it out, then say thats your best line. That made your game better, just small little things.Thats probably why there havent been huge changes in the England game, its just small changes, and they seem more clinical and more confident. ' ' '