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A wretched run of four defeats in six games leaves them seven points behind fourth place Manchester City albeit with a game in hand. Arsenal are now on the outside looking in regarding the race for top four. "I think he has a scan today and we'll know much more tomorrow". You have seen Harry Arter come off the bench - he has been outstanding for us this season - you have got Jack and Dan Gosling's done very well for us in recent weeks.
  • Leonard Scores 25 As Spurs Dismantle Ailing Cavs, 103-74

    Leonard Scores 25 As Spurs Dismantle Ailing Cavs, 103-74

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    If that isn't the epitome of team basketball, i'm not sure what is. While Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg admits to doing a certain amount of scoreboard watching in a crowded Eastern Conference playoff picture, he said his team must ultimately take care of its business.
  • Everton's Funes Mori suffers injury blow

    Everton's Funes Mori suffers injury blow

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    The 26-year-old defender was stretchered off in the first half of Argentina's defeat to Bolivia on Tuesday night. Everton are not optimistic over the chances of the defender returning before the end of the campaign after carrying out initial tests upon his return to the club.
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    North Carolina's "bathroom bill" repeal: who's satisfied?

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    A recent Associated Press analysis suggested that the law cost North Carolina as much $3.76 billion in lost business . With a bipartisan replacement for House Bill 2 signed into law, LGBT groups and other opponents of the compromise have shifted their lobbying efforts to the NCAA.
  • Adam Scott starts well at Shell Houston Open

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    He's been particularly hot with the putter over the last couple of days but going by the below effort he pulled out yesterday, he's got plenty of skills in the locker. "It's really hard", the 30-year-old said. "I'm very pleased with how I played". You just have to deal with it - you have to keep the mentality, and know that good and bad breaks are going to happen.
  • Tar Heels' Maye headlines list of Final Four X-factors

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    Marcus Paige did it a year ago for North Carolina with a clutch basket late in the national title game before Villanova's Kris Jenkins knocked down a game-winner. Astros: Starting at center for Gonzaga is Przemek Karnowski, a 7-foot-1, 300-pound bearded behemoth who is surprisingly quick on the floor. It wasn't just their offense that led to the 14-point victory; The Ducks held Kansas' shooting to just 35 percent from the field and only 20 percent from three.
  • China's World Cup hopes rekindled with victory over South Korea

    China's World Cup hopes rekindled with victory over South Korea

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    Yu gave the Chinese the lead with glancing header 11 minutes from the end of the first half before an impressive showing by goalkeeper Zeng Cheng kept South Korea at bay as the Guangzhou Evergrande goalkeeper twice denied Ki Sung-yeung and also saved from Ji Dong-won.
  • Atletico Madrid 'closely monitoring' Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez amid Chelsea transfer links

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    He said he wants to win the championship, that's what everybody wants. Sanchez has stroppped on the sidelines when taken off, has barked at teammates when he feels they are underperforming, has fought in training, splintering the squad and forcing Wenger to drop him for the first half of the crucial trip to Anfield, and has now added public comments stirring reports that he may join Arsenal's greatest rivals.
  • Podolski Stunner Sees Germany Sink Wasteful England

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    Lukas Podolski brought down the curtain on his global career and provided a stunning goal in his 130th cap for Germany to edge the "Three Lions" in front of 60,109 spectators at Signal-Iduna Park. The 31 year old Galatasaray forward announced his retirement from global football after Euro 2016 but was given the honour of a final cap - his 130th in total - tonight in the 1-0 win for the home side.
  • Liverpool star Coutinho unconcerned by 'improved' Everton ahead of derby

    Liverpool star Coutinho unconcerned by 'improved' Everton ahead of derby

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    Robbie Fowler believes next week's Merseyside derby will provide a fitting Anfield send-off for former Liverpool captain and assistant manager Ronnie Moran. Jurgen Klopp's side won 1-0 at Goodison Park in December courtesy of Sadio Mane's late strike, a result that extended the Reds' run to 13 games without defeat against their local rivals in all competitions.
  • Barcelona star Neymar eyes Premier League switch in the future

    Barcelona star Neymar eyes Premier League switch in the future

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    This was Manchester United's 600th victory in the Premier League - making them the first side to reach the landmark. Neymar also said that he is fond of the competitiveness of the league as it is always hard to predict who will win the title in any given season.