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1hJames Dall

Dall: Arsenal flirting with crisis again

James Dall shines the Premier League spotlight on misfiring Arsenal as they prepare to face Newcastle on Saturday.

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1dBen Gladwell

Balotelli: Liverpool tactics didn't suit me

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers' tactics had as much a part to play in Mario Balotelli's failure at Anfield as his own poor form, the striker said.

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11hPA Sport

Koeman blames officials for Saints' defeat

Ronald Koeman refused to blame his players and instead pointed the finger at the officials as he saw his Southampton side crash out of Europe.

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18hLaurence Edmondson

Red Bull set to keep driver line-up in 2016

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner is happy with Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat and has no plans to replace them for 2016.

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9hPA Sport

Sturridge steps up recovery programme

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge's recovery programme has been stepped up with the England international set to complete a full week of training.

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34mNate Saunders

Mexican GP: A new Temple of Speed?

Race promoter Federico Gonzalez says track will be quickest on the calendar behind F1's 'Temple of Speed', Monza.

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1dDan Rafael

Fonfara to face Cleverly with eye on Stevenson

Light heavyweight contender Andrzej Fonfara will face former light heavyweight titleholder Nathan Cleverly on Oct. 16 at the UIC Pavilion, Premier Boxing Champions announced Wednesday.

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1dLaurence Edmondson

'This is the team I want' - Arrivabene

Maurizio Arrivabene believes Ferrari has now matured into the team he had hoped to build since the start of the season.

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23hIan Holyman

Di Maria poised to make PSG debut

The trio were all absent when PSG boss Laurent Blanc named his squad to travel south as PSG seek a third successive victory.

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2dNick Parkinson

History against Cornish in Joshua battle

Unbeaten Gary Cornish faces Anthony Joshua in September, but the Scotsman knows history is not on his side when he steps in to the ring with the human wrecking ball, writes Nick Parkinson.

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