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Pochettino: Alli to start, Kane may get rest

Spurs coach Mauricio Pochettino insists he's picked a strong enough squad to secure qualification for the Europa League knock-out stages despite leaving key players behind in preparation for Sunday's clash with Chelsea.

1hLee Roden

Neymar must continue with Messi

Neymar was superb for Barcelona during Lionel Messi's injury absence but now the latter is back fit, he must maintain his high performance level.

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6hMike Whalley

Baines 'ready' but Martinez to be cautious

Roberto Martinez says that Everton need to help Leighton Baines overcome the fear of further injury before restoring him to the team.


Real hold on to edge Shakhtar in thriller

A Cristiano Ronaldo double helped Real Madrid place themselves in a strong position to finish top of Group A with a 4-3 defeat of Shakhtar Donetsk on Wednesday.


Zlatan scores in PSG rout on Malmo homecoming

Angel Di Maria scores twice as Zlatan Ibrahimovic finds the back of the net on his Malmo homecoming with Paris Saint-Germain running out 5-0 winners.

2dGraham Hunter

Hunter: Real Madrid's real problem

Saturday's Clasico humiliation brought into focus the manner in which Real Madrid's president is holding back his club's progress.

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2dMike Whalley

Liverpool to face tribunal over Ings fee

Liverpool have been asked by Premier League to submit their case ahead of a tribunal that will decide how much they must pay Burnley for Danny Ings.

1dMark Rodden

PSG can emulate 'Invincibles' - Lehmann

Lehmann, who kept goal for the Gunners as they went undefeated throughout the 2003-04 season, said defending French champions could do the same.

1dPA Sport

Dynamo Kiev to play behind closed doors

Punishment comes after Ukrainian club were charged with racist behaviour and crowd disturbances at the home Champions League match against Chelsea.

2dESPN Staff

Prem 'likes idea' of no Chelsea title

Premier League chief executive Scudamore says the champions' struggles this season are good for the competitive dynamic of the English top flight.



"This year is the worst standard of Premier League football teams I've seen for a long time," says Rio Ferdinand.


Before Chelsea visited Spurs on NYD, Diego Costa had the measure of Kane. Nearly a year on, the tables have turned: