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13hDale Johnson

Arsenal's spending compared to the top six

Jose Mourinho suggested reporters should 'get their calculators out' to see which of Chelsea's rivals were buying silverware. Dale Johnson did just that and made an interesting discovery.

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10hPeter O'Rourke

Adebayor undergoes Villa medical - sources

Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor is set to join Aston Villa after undergoing a medical at the club's training ground, sources have told ESPN FC.

17hPA Sport

Platini set to run for FIFA presidency

UEFA president held further talks with football powerbrokers at 2018 World Cup draw in St Petersburg and is confident he has necessary support.

20hIan Holyman

Di Maria signing close - Blanc

Paris Saint-Germain coach Laurent Blanc has told media he is "rather positive" Angel Di Maria will soon join from Manchester United.

'We will respond' - Root (1:11)
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8hESPN staff

Diaby agrees Marseille deal

Marseille have announced they have reached an agreement in principle for the signing of former Arsenal midfielder Abou Diaby.

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1dGeorge Dobell at Edgbaston

Bell prepares for a make-or-break Test

He is not at an age where the reflexes should have slowed. He does not lack for desire. Yet he has been bowled four times in his last 11 innings and, worryingly, has started to look more fallible in the field, writes George Dobell.

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19hESPN Staff

Britons climb rankings with Challenger titles

Kyle Edmund and Johanna Konta close in on top 100 in the men's and women's rankings respectively after claiming titles in North America.

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Edgbaston using cannabis lamps

Head groundsman Gary Barwell, who is preparing his first Ashes surface, is using lights normally used for the cultivation of cannabis in the hope of preparing the perfect pitch.



Barcelona (Suarez, Sandro) and Chelsea (Cahill, Hazard) tied 2-2 after 90 minutes. Penalty kicks coming at the International Champions Cup.


GOAL! Gary Cahill heads home from close range over Jordi Masip to bring Chelsea level with Barcelona at 2-2.


GOAL! Barcelona draws level with Chelsea through Luis Suarez. 1-1 with over 30 minutes to play.


Willian and Ramires on for Chelsea to start the second half. They lead Barcelona 1-0 through Eden Hazard in the International Champions Cup.


HALF-TIME 1-0! Chelsea and Barcelona have had their chances, but it's a single display of brilliance by Eden Hazard that's the difference.


"It was only a matter of time before Herrera did something that was severe enough for his bosses to fire him."


GOOOALLL! What? Eden Hazard beats three Barca defenders and Marc-Andre ter Stegen to put Chelsea up 1-0 in the International Champions Cup.