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Liverpool 'talking to players' but Champions League qualification crucial to summer success

As for Liverpool: Sturridge should start this game, but I doubt he will. Klopp is too stubborn, and just like last week, he'll start Origi, and use Sturridge's injury history as an excuse. At least they are playing better on their travels than at Anfield at the moment, having won their last three away matches, while their last three home games have yielded no victories and only two points. Read More »

Valtteri Bottas gets that winning feeling at last

Though Massa let Bottas through into Turn 2, he then took the corner in front of Vettel, who then had to pass the Williams driver around the outside of the "omega" curve in Russian Federation. Red Bull boss Christian Horner admitted that his team's situation was not an easy one, but is optimistic Barcelona will be the turning point. "I'm happy for Valtteri" he said. Read More »

Pablo Zabaleta to leave Manchester City in the summer

City, who surprisingly left top scorer Sergio Aguero on the bench, were not clinical enough in front of goal and Leicester became increasingly unsafe in the second half. Manchester City held on to boost their hopes of Champions League qualification. That was 29 minutes in and two more goals were to follow before the break. Read More »

Eastern Conference Finals Schedule: NBA Playoffs 2017


The Wizards then trapped Thomas, forcing a turnover, and Beal nailed a three in transition. Wizards vs Boston Game 7 is Monday - With a firm swing, fate seemed to turn the Wizards way in game 6 as they took down the Celtics 92-91 to force Monday's game 7 in Boston. Read More »

Losing To Arsenal Changed Everything - Antonio Conte

Costa had threatened to douse the flames and jeopardise the title bid in January, when he apparently had his head turned by a lucrative offer to join Chinese Premier League side Tianjin Quanjian. Gary Cahill said of the striker after the match: "I'm delighted for Michy, we've been together as a group all season, that's what got us to where we are", he told Chelsea's official website. Read More »

Diamondbacks' Iannetta hit in face with 93 mph fastball

They've got to play. Definitely relieving when he can get up on his own and walk off", he said. The seven runs in the third inning were tied for the second-most scored by Arizona against Pittsburgh. Iannetta was batting in the seventh inning when Johnny Barbato's wayward 93-MPH fastball struck him in the mouth. Pittsburgh took the lead in the fourth. Read More »

Final against Juventus will be special, says Zidane


Although they have lost four of the five Champions League finals they have played in, including that one to Madrid almost two decades ago, their one win came against the holders of the competition. In the second half we played better, with Isco between the lines, Benzema. Driven on by the deafening Calderon, Atletico started well, creating more danger in the opening minutes than they managed in the entire first leg before Saul nodded home Koke's corner in the 12th minute. Read More »

Fernando Alonso labels stunning P7 'a gift' for McLaren


He's a two-time world champion that wants to be a three-time world champion and he's only going to do that in a auto that would win. Things didn't appear close to improving back home. "Conditions were quite tricky, quite windy, but my auto was always giving me confidence that I was able to push 100 percent". "I have a good feeling for tomorrow". Read More »

Diamondbacks' Iannetta hit in face with pitch, walks off


The Pirates are 9-4 in the desert since 2013 and have won five of their past six in Chase Field. Zack Greinke's bid for his first career no-hitter was thwarted by Pittsburgh's Gregory Polanco's leadoff home run in the eighth inning and the Arizona Diamondbacks held on to beat the Pirates 2-1 on Thursday night in Phoenix. Read More »

Spurs' Kawhi Leonard to play in Game 1 vs. Warriors

This will be just the fourth time in 30 years that the top offense and the top defense will meet during the National Basketball Association postseason. Nothing, perhaps, from the Golden State side. The Warriors could be a bit rusty with all that time off, and they are 2-7 ATS in their past nine playing on three of more days of rest. Read More »

Manchester United focused on Europa vision


However, Saunders doesn't agree with the Manchester United boss and stressed that after spending big money, just winning the EFL Cup and the Europa League is not good enough at Old Trafford. I don't know. The referee didn't see it? But there is current form in our favour, with Stoke's only win in the last 9 games was against relegation candidates Hull City, and they have nothing left to play for. Read More »

Liverpool Handed Major Injury Boost Ahead Of Southampton Clash

The 23-year-old German global - who took his tally to five for the season - produced his moment of magic in time added on in the first-half. "I would like to say I'm used to it, but it's not the truth, especially not from Emre", Klopp told Sky Sports when asked about Can's goal. Read More »

Man City hang on to beat Leicester and move third

Zabaleta has racked up a total of 332 City appearances, although he has been restricted to 11 Premier League starts this season under Pep Guardiola. However, before he'd had chance to begin his celebrations, referee Bobby Madley awarded a free-kick to Pep Guardiola's side after spotting that the Algerian global had made contact with the ball twice as he slipped while taking the penalty. Read More »

Joel Pereira set for Premier League debut


United have three Premier League matches before they face Ajax in the Europa League final and Mourinho has already warned he will field weakened teams before they travel to Stockholm. "It was something different", Schweinsteiger said. "He gave us a lot of points during the last seasons, player of the season for the team, and obviously, he is happy and I don't see a reason for him to change". Read More »

The Pittsburgh Penguins have to be better in Game 7


Washington is as close as it has been to its first appearance in the conference finals in 19 years after rallying from a 3-1 series deficit by sprinting by Pittsburgh in the third period at home in Game 5 and then delivering a masterful performance 48 hours later. Read More »

Draymond Green calls Boston's Kelly Olynyk a 'dirty player'


I don't know who taught them how to kick if they're kicking with their shin. Added Thomas: "It's a joke that [Green] said that". "I don't agree with that and what I said is how I feel". "The refs were allowing them to hold and grab and do all those things". But with the series returning to Boston for Game 5 on Wednesday, he began to lobby for more calls after not going to the free throw line once. Read More »

Moon to send lawmaker as special envoy to China

Trump had said Seoul should pay $1 billion for the system, which has already been deployed, but Moon had said the deployment should be scrutinized or reviewed. He has said he would be prepared to go to Pyongyang "if the conditions are right". Moon's advocacy of engagement with North Korea contrasts with the approach of the United States, South Korea's main ally, which is seeking to step up pressure on Pyongyang through further isolation and sanctions. Read More »

Nadal snaps winless streak vs Djokovic to reach Madrid final


Still, the second-ranked Djokovic left Spain with reason to feel good about his game. "It was a positive week, a positive experience". According to Nadal, Goffin is the kind of a player who demands the most of his opposition. Djokovic won the last meeting between the pair in the quarter-finals of the Rome Masters a year ago, and Nadal had not beaten the 12-times grand slam victor since the 2014 French Open final. Read More »

Olivier Giroud brace boosts Arsenal's Champions League ambitions


Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis could be in the frame to take over the role as the head of Major League Soccer, if he and Arsene Wenger can't come to an agreement on Gazidis' proposed club changes. Third-to-last Hull will join Sunderland and Middlesbrough in being relegated if it loses at Crystal Palace on Sunday. Liverpool have played the same number of games as Arsenal and look the team the most susceptible to be overtaken by Wenger's men, who now have the same goal difference. Read More »

Australian cricketers threaten strike over contract dispute before Ashes


CA released their proposal in March, offering large salary increases, particularly for women, but breaking with the 20-year model of a fixed percentage of revenue from the game going to the cricketers. "However, despite these threats, the players affirm their offer to participate in independent mediation", he added. "Further lighting the fuse on this dispute on the eve of the Ashes and during discussions with potential broadcasters and sponsors is quite baffling". Read More »

Hamilton take pole at Spanish Grand Prix


Alonso is yet to see the chequered flag this season, having retired from the first three races of the year and failed to start last time out in Russian Federation. "Everything today went ideal - better than what we thought", said Alonso, who'd not qualified as high since last year's Hungarian Grand Prix. Speaking of his experiences at the test, he said: "It was different, probably as I expected to be". Read More »

Blaney has Kansas pole

In second place was Brad Keselowski , followed by Kevin Harvick, Ryan Blaney and Kyle Busch . Ricky Stenhouse Jr . qualified fourth after his first career win last weekend at Talladega, while Kyle Busch will start fifth and Kurt Busch sixth. Read More »

Injured Gareth Bale in race to feature in Champions League final

We had a great side up against us and they scored from our first error of the game. "The first 30, 35 minutes will remain with the people here for a long time ". The players are very good, both those who play more and less often". The 24-year-old defender enjoyed an impressive start to the season, being the first-choice to partner Sergio Ramos in the heart of the defence ahead of Pepe and Nacho. Read More »

Browns rookie Peppers defends reputation amid drug talk


And as a result of his dilute sample test, he's now in Stage One of the NFL's Drug Program. Peppers, drafted in the first round by the Browns last month - No. When asked why she was being so harsh on Peppers, Parr quipped, "How are you already high out of your mind and you've only been here for a week?" "I guess I can't say certain things", Parr said, and one of the co-hosts interrupted to say, "No". Read More »