The week in tweets

Sports Mole looks back over the last seven days in the world of sport through Twitter posts.

"Doom mongers out in force! Tough group but I'd still fancy us to qualify."
Michael Owen backs England to make a fist of things after the World Cup draw.

"Was always gonna be a tough draw, great games tho. Got to earn a place on that plane now..."
Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick targets a place in the England squad for Brazil.

"Tough group for England. Cannot see them getting out of that."
Meanwhile, Joey Barton shows his pessimistic side.

"Say what you want ... It's hard and fast... But England look absolutely petrified of Johnson ... #Fact #Ashes."
Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan.

"@BeefyBotham & @piersmorgan call of a whitewash in Australia is absolutely correct, good judges, just got the wrong team
Aust 5 - 0 #ashes."
Shane Warne embarks on some banter with Sir Ian Botham and Piers Morgan.

"Seems Australia moving to a winning position! They are playing some very good cricket!"
Former England bowler Matthew Hoggard has been impressed with the way that Australia are playing in The Ashes.

"Going to try and play points today for the first time since surgery.... #rusty."
Andy Murray steps up his comeback from back surgery.

"Great news @Robbie9Fowler thinks arsenal can win the league,that's the 1st match of the day that I've enjoyed this season!"
Arsenal fan and jockey Tony McCoy is enjoying the Gunners' start to the season.

"Great games for us to look forward to in the WC!!! A real challenge is how it should be. Italy 2012 still hurts so great to have another go!"
England coach Gary Neville targets revenge at the World Cup.

Tony McCoy poses with his trophy marking his 4000th career victory at Towcester racecourse on November 07, 2013
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