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LIVE: Sterling makes it Man City 2-0 Swansea

The Premier League champions are enjoying themselves against struggling Swansea. Goals from David Silva and Raheem Sterling in the opening 16 minutes have the hosts seemingly cruising to victory already.

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Man City's Sterling: I am trying to be more clinical

Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling says he is working on becoming more clinical in front of goal for club and country.

Sterling taps in after another sweeping Man City passing sequence.

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Giroud the hero as Chelsea book FA Cup final spot

Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata took their chances against a wasteful Southampton side to book the Blues' spot in the FA Cup final.

Chelsea book FA Cup final with Manchester United

Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata netted as Chelsea booked a second successive FA Cup final and a showdown with Manchester United.

Chelsea 2-0 Southampton: Blues onto the final.

Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata were on target for Chelsea, who punched their ticket to a 13th FA Cup final and a showdown with Man United.

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Arsenal need late show as Wenger's long goodbye begins

Arsenal's 4-1 win over West Ham saw fans given their first chance to say goodbye to Arsene Wenger. But the club only kicked into gear late on.

WATCH: Wenger talks Emirates reception & life after Arsenal.

Arsene Wenger delivers his verdict on Arsenal's win over West Ham, what the future holds for him after his 22-year tenure ends and more.

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Ramsey rates 7/10 as Arsenal sweep aside West Ham

Aaron Ramsey, Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang led the way for Arsenal in a 4-1 win over West Ham.

Arsenal 4-1 West Ham: Gunners pull away late.

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Lacazette quickly doubles up and makes it four for Arsenal.

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Lacazette smashes in Arsenal's third.

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Ramsey's cross-shot restores Arsenal's lead.

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Arnautovic's powerful strike brings West Ham level.

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Monreal volleys home Xhaka's corner for Arsenal's opener.

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Young 76ers turn mishaps against Heat into a 3-1 lead

For three quarters, the Sixers were giving away a playoff game on the road. But then they grew up in the fourth quarter -- and now go home up 3-1.

AD, Holiday combine for 88 to tie playoff mark

The Pelicans capped a stunning sweep of the third-seeded Trail Blazers on Saturday behind one of the greatest two-man playoff performances in NBA history, as Anthony Davis and Jrue Holiday combined for a record-tying 88 points.

Jazz take 2-1 series lead over Thunder behind Rubio's triple-double

Ricky Rubio's career night -- and Russell Westbrook's passive performance -- has the Thunder's backs against the wall heading into Game 4.

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Transfer Talk: Jorginho prefers Man City to United

Given the choice, Napoli midfielder Jorginho would prefer a move to the blue half of Manchester over the red. Transfer Talk has the latest.

Modric: 'I can see myself' playing in MLS

Real Madrid star Luka Modric has said "I can see myself" following Zlatan Ibrahimovic in moving to MLS in the future.

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