• Leicester vs Watford 20 January 2018: EPL Preview and Predictions

    Leicester vs Watford 20 January 2018: EPL Preview and Predictions

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    Top pundits IAN WRIGHT and DANNY HIGGINBOTHAM have made their picks for this week if you need a steer. What is the team news? With Leicester dominating possession, Watford adopted a more direct approach to goal as the match wore on but failed to find a way through the home side's defence.
  • Sharapova v Kerber, Federer v Gasquet Saturday At Australian Open

    Sharapova v Kerber, Federer v Gasquet Saturday At Australian Open

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    It looked like the match may go the distance as Sharapova began to find her angled forehands and started pulling off strong serves, only for Kerber to dig deep and force her way out again. "I will try to feel better for that match and then see if I am still winning". "But it was good because I relaxed my arm and I served pretty well those three balls.
  • Following Reported 'Shithole' Comments, Trump Insists He's Not a Racist

    Following Reported 'Shithole' Comments, Trump Insists He's Not a Racist

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    On Capitol Hill, Homeland Security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen testified under oath Tuesday that she "did not hear" Trump use the vulgarity to describe African countries. DACA is the acronym of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, a 2012 programme that gave foreigners who entered the USA as minors a legal permit to reside and work in the country.
  • Tom Brady Required Stitches on Hand Injury; No Fracture, Ligament Damage

    Tom Brady Required Stitches on Hand Injury; No Fracture, Ligament Damage

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    The promo was adorned with photos of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and Minnesota Vikings quarterback Case Keenum , with no mention of the Jaguars or the Philadelphia Eagles , who are the No. Most fans agree, though: Brady will still play on Sunday, and the Patriots will still win. With the health of Brady being an unknown, this could make it a much closer game than many expected.
  • James McCarthy suffers apparent broken leg

    James McCarthy suffers apparent broken leg

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    The Toffees man was attempting to stop Salomon Rondon after the Baggies striker was played through but his last-ditch challenge. The worldwide TV feed chose to pause the replays right as Rondon kicked McCarthy's leg, and right before it snapped.
  • Arsenal v Crystal Palace Review - Who needs Alexis Sanchez?

    Arsenal v Crystal Palace Review - Who needs Alexis Sanchez?

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    Arsene Wenger has gone with a back four as Laurent Koscielny returns alongside Shkodran Mustafi while Nacho Monreal and Hector Bellerin occupy the full-back areas. Subs: Ainsley Maitland-Niles (for Monreal, 34) 6, Reiss Nelson (for Ozil, 72) 6, Sead Kolasinac (for Iwobi, 82) 6. The result keeps Arsenal in sixth place - two points behind rivals Tottenham who have a game in hand against Southampton tomorrow (4pm).
  • Liverpool still open to transfers after Virgil van Dijk capture - Jurgen Klopp

    Liverpool still open to transfers after Virgil van Dijk capture - Jurgen Klopp

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    After the high of beating Champions-elect Manchester City at Anfield, Liverpool can not afford any complacency to set in, when they travel to Liberty Stadium, to face the bottom-placed Swansea City on a Monday night kickoff. "I feel there has be times at Arsenal where you can see players who to me look like they're not motivated enough". "We have a long and very decisive part of the season still to play".
  • D'Angelo Russell Cleared to Play for First Time Since Nov. 10

    D'Angelo Russell Cleared to Play for First Time Since Nov. 10

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    LeVert had all 12 of his points in the second half and 10 in the fourth quarter. The Miami Heat were looking to win their second game in a row against the Brooklyn Nets on Friday night. "They went small and they stretched us". Whiteside coming alive: Spoelstra challenged Whiteside after his center's "monster" game in Milwaukee on Wednesday.
  • New England Patriots: 3 Keys to victory against Jacksonville Jaguars

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    Boston radio host Michael Felger , citing sources, said Friday that Brady has "No fracture". Perhaps this is a bit of showmanship; perhaps Brady truly is ailing. Running back Dion Lewis said later in the locker room that Brady "did all the things he normally does at practice". He did say that he "was out there" for practice Friday adding "it was fun", but he didn't indicate how much he was able to do in practice.
  • Burnley vs Manchester United

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    As the host team, Burley is now in the seventh spot and has managed to get only two points in their last five outings. Burnley hope to welcome Scott Arfield back from a tight hamstring but Chris Wood and Stephen Ward (both knee) are still a few days away.
  • Phelps: 'Thankful I did not take my life'

    Phelps: 'Thankful I did not take my life'

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    Phelps, who won 23 gold Olympics medals during his illustrious 16-year career, revealed that he was at his most psychologically vulnerable following the conclusion of each Olympic Games. Phelps said: "It would be just me self-medicating myself, basically daily, to try to fix whatever it was that I was trying to run from". ".Life became easy [after going for the treatments and beginning to talk about his feelings]".
  • Real Madrid vs. Barcelona live stream

    Real Madrid vs. Barcelona live stream

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    After two years in East Asia he was surprisingly snapped up by Barca despite failing to take off in the Premier League for a staggering £35million. The last time these two clashed at the Bernabeu, Lionel Messi scored a victor in the last minute to hand Barcelona a 3-2 win.
  • Clinical Kerber defeats Sharapova at Open

    Clinical Kerber defeats Sharapova at Open

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    Fellow former world number one Kerber, who won the tournament in 2016, was also impressive in dismissing Anna-Lena Friedsam 6-0, 6-4. Sharapova continued: "I feel like I'm building". Two other US contenders, No. 8 Jack Sock and No. 16 John Isner, were among the first-round casualties on Monday. The 17th-seeded Keys, who lost in the U.S.
  • Alabama to hire Penn State's Josh Gattis as Co-OC/WR coach

    Alabama to hire Penn State's Josh Gattis as Co-OC/WR coach

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    Gattis was set to enter his fifth year at Penn State and seventh with James Franklin . Gattis has served as the offensive recruiting coordinator/ wide receivers coach at Penn State since 2014. The Crimson Tide recently promoted Mike Locksley to offensive coordinator and it looks like they're giving him a partner in crime too. Gattis is also a talented recruiter and helped the Nittany Lions secure four consecutive Top 25 classes, including Top 15 classes in two of the last three seasons.
  • Federer snuffs out Struff to progress in Australian Open

    Federer snuffs out Struff to progress in Australian Open

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    Hopefully the next generation will even have a better sport". World No 94 Marterer reached the third round with a 6-4 4-6 7-6 (7-5) 3-6 6-3 over Spanish veteran Fernando Verdasco . Still looking for a first major after two French Open final losses, top-ranked Simona Halep held off 2014 Wimbledon finalist Eugenie Bouchard 6-2, 6-2.
  • Ready to rumble: Tyson Fury's suspension set to be lifted

    Ready to rumble: Tyson Fury's suspension set to be lifted

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    He has talked about making a return to the ring in April. The British Boxing Board of Control suspended Fury in 2016 for drug and medical issues, amid a separate U.K. Fury has spoken about his desire to get in the ring with Anthony Joshua , who faces Joseph Parker in a world heavyweight unification fight on March 31, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
  • Eleven Gulf Power employees to help in Puerto Rico

    Eleven Gulf Power employees to help in Puerto Rico

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    Public agencies in Puerto Rico, like power utility PREPA and sewer authority PRASA, "face severe liquidity problems that threaten essential services. if immediate action is not taken", Portela said in the statement in Spanish. Meanwhile, a federally-appointed board overseeing Puerto Rico's finances announced Wednesday it would meet on Friday to discuss an ongoing probe into reports that Puerto Rico's government has some $6.9 billion in cash at hundreds of bank accounts.
  • Fourth seed Zverev dumped from Australian Open by Chung

    Fourth seed Zverev dumped from Australian Open by Chung

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    It was a timid, error-strewn end to another Grand Slam that failed to produce his anticipated title tilt. Hyeon Chung caused the biggest upset in the men's draw after he sent fourth seed Alexander Zverev packing, while Naomi Osaka also advanced on Saturday.
  • Roger Federer safely through to round three of Australian Open

    Roger Federer safely through to round three of Australian Open

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    Sharapova sails Maria Sharapova barely missed a beat in her first match in Melbourne since a failed doping test here in 2016 resulted in a 15-month ban from tennis. "It is delicious, the national food of Australia", Ferrell said. We're just players. It's always hard to rally. "So if that could be - that's probably an easy thing to fix, right?" The Saturday Night Live veteran channeled his Anchorman character for a post-match interview with Roger Federer at the Australian Open .