From the back pages, June 23: Lions will be much better in second Test, Warren Gatland warns Aussies

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Warren Gatland warned Australia his victorious Lions would be a lot better in Saturday’s second Test in Melbourne and would have added firepower, with Tommy Bowe and Manu Tuilagi expected to make their comebacks against the Rebels on Tuesday. (Guardian)

Alastair Cook believes England can upset the odds and defeat India in today’s Champions Trophy final and finally deliver the country’s first one-day international global trophy. (The Times)

Liverpool have completed the signing of Spain youth international Luis Alberto from Sevilla. The 20-year-old has signed a long-term contract with the Anfield club after passing a medical, with the deal still subject to international clearance. (The Independent)

WAYNE ROONEY will decide his Manchester United future in crunch talks with new boss David Moyes next week. Chelsea and Arsenal are both ready to offer the England star a route out of Old Trafford. (The Sun)

Tottenham face ­competition from ­Fiorentina to sign ­Barcelona striker David Villa. Villa’s agent has hinted the 31-year-old would be interested in going to Italy. (The Mirror)

Neymar continued his fine scoring form for Brazil as the Confederations Cup hosts beat Italy in the Fonte Nova Stadium.

But the boy wonder was upstaged by Fred who scored a brace in a game that came alive in the second-half. (Daily Mail)

Garrick Porteous survived hellish conditions to swing open the gates to golfing heaven on Saturday. By becoming the first Englishman in a decade to win the Amateur Championship, he qualified for next month’s Open as well as next year’s Masters and US Open. (The Telegraph)