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It's been a hard season for Leicester so far West Brom have been struggling for form of lateWhen is Leicester vs West Brom? Shakespeare will have a fully-fit Jamie Vardy available against West Brom. Leicester have Jamie Vardy and Wilfried Ndidi accessible for the visit of West Brom.Considering Claudio Ranieri was sacked in the wake of controlling Leicester to the Premier League title, to what extent do they clutch an administrator very almost the last three.
  • Adrian Peterson with first TD as a member of the Cardinals

    Adrian Peterson with first TD as a member of the Cardinals

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    Peterson injected life into a dormant Cardinals run game. "So basically as soon as the team acquired him, he's been studying and getting ready for this opportunity". Things just weren't working out for Peterson in New Orleans . Right now, Jameis Winston ranks 14th in total passing yards (1,198) - which if you use his 300 yard per game average so far to give him a fifth game would move him to 4th in the National Football League right now behind Brady, Carson Wentz and Carson Palmer.
  • Twitter is going nuts over the Jets beating the Patriots

    Twitter is going nuts over the Jets beating the Patriots

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    Even though the Jets lost, they proved they are for real in this game. Gronkowski's first touchdown came with seconds left in the second quarter. The heavily-favored Patriots went into halftime struggling to do much of anything right for most of the first half, while the New York Jets , led by journeyman quarterback Josh McCown , have had their way with the defending Super Bowl Champions.
  • Did Watford's Richarlison dive to win a penalty against Arsenal?

    Did Watford's Richarlison dive to win a penalty against Arsenal?

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    The result lifted Watford to fourth in the Premier League , while Arsenal fell to sixth. He told the club's official website: "I'm not sure, I can not tell [if it was a penalty]. Speaking with BT Sport after the game, Deeney was asked to comment on what he thought of the penalty after Hector Bellerin had stated that it was not a penalty at all.
  • Legendary Indonesian goalkeeper Huda passes away following tragic mid-game collision

    Legendary Indonesian goalkeeper Huda passes away following tragic mid-game collision

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    Soon after the collision, the goalkeeper clutched his face and was rushed to a local hospital. Veteran Indonesian goalkeeper Choirul Huda tragically died after colliding with one of his teammates during a league match on Saturday. Persela head coach Aji Santoso confirmed afterwards that he had died at hospital and said his passing had impacted the team hugely. Doctor Zaki Mubarok said of Huda: "He was just brought to the hospital still breathing, but was lifeless at around 17:00.
  • Chelsea boss Antonio Conte: 'Charly Musonda knows his mistake'

    Chelsea boss Antonio Conte: 'Charly Musonda knows his mistake'

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    Chelsea are planning to send Charly Musonda out on loan again in January so the 20-year-old attacking midfielder can gain experience, according to reports. "Honestly I think, above all with young players, it is very important to speak with them and to try to explain which is the right way". I did this, I am sure he understood.
  • De Kock, Amla help Proteas thrash Bangladesh in Kimberley

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    Mashrafe said that although Bangladesh had posted a good total, "we knew we had to take wickets". "But we couldn't apply pressure". "Over the next 12 months or so our squad will change quite a bit", said captain Faf du Plessis . However, Bangladesh , who were outplayed in the two-match Test series 0-2 against the Proteas , will have to work harder against the South African team, who have been strengthened by the inclusion of swashbuckling batsman and former captain AB de Villiers.
  • India beat Pakistan with 3-1 in Hockey Asia Cup 2017

    India beat Pakistan with 3-1 in Hockey Asia Cup 2017

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    Pakistan were surprisingly held to a 2-2 draw by a determined and fast-moving Japanese side. The record world champions had earlier drubbed Bangladesh 7-0. Pakistan coach is frustated. The Indians came out hard in the second quarter and took the lead in the 17th minute through Chinglesnsana, who slammed home after receiving a fine pass from Akashdeep Singh, who was operating in the wide right.
  • Morocco replace Kenya as CHAN 2018 hosts

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    The cities of Casablanca, Agadir, Marakech and Tangier have been selected to host the biannual tournament. Kenya lost the right to host the 2018 event following a Confederation of African Football (Caf) executive committee meeting in Accra.
  • Roger Federer beats Rafael Nadal to win Shanghai Masters

    Roger Federer beats Rafael Nadal to win Shanghai Masters

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    Nine years after he first finished as year-end No. 1 for the first time, Nadal is aiming to complete the feat for the fourth time in his career. Given both men had started the year outside the top five, with Nadal at No 8 and Federer No 16, their rivalry stopped being a surprise a long time ago.
  • 'Fair chance' of Lemar leaving Monaco in 2018, Vasilyev concedes

    'Fair chance' of Lemar leaving Monaco in 2018, Vasilyev concedes

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    Vasilyev admitted there had been "strong" interest from both Premier League clubs in Manchester and sides in other leagues. Liverpool were the first to test the waters with a number of bids for the 21-year-old, but Arsenal looked to have pipped them to his signing with a dramatic late offer.
  • Marc Marquez reacts to thrilling Japanese GP qualifying: Champion annoyed by this

    Marc Marquez reacts to thrilling Japanese GP qualifying: Champion annoyed by this

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    Dovizioso cut back inside the factory Honda and powered over the line for a massive victory as his Ducati crew celebrated wildly. "But he did a mistake so I was able to catch him and I did a ideal corner at turn 10". The top-two in the championship quickly passed Lorenzo and began to hunt down Italian rider Petrucci as the leading trio began to pull away from the rest of the field.
  • Abraham double earns Swansea first home win

    Abraham double earns Swansea first home win

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    Portugal worldwide Sanches picked up an injury in training during the global break. "We had more changes in the summer than I envisaged at the end of last season. But the scorelines have been tight and we know we can play a lot better. Abraham, who just turned 20 on October 2, has two of Swansea's three league goals but his global future has been rife with speculation as Nigeria is reportedly interested in poaching the England starlet for their senior worldwide team after qualifying ...
  • Daria Gavrilova beats Jennifer Brady in semi-finals — WTA Hong Kong

    Daria Gavrilova beats Jennifer Brady in semi-finals — WTA Hong Kong

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    Australia's Daria Gavrilova reached the semi-finals for the second year in succession after a second-set meltdown and an error-strewn win against teenager Lizette Cabrera. "I did hit a lot more second serves today than usual (in practice)", she admitted. With sixth seed Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and Stosur the only big guns remaining in Hong Kong, Gavrilova may well fancy her chances of adding to the Connecticut Open she won in August to break her WTA title duck.
  • David De Gea Explains His Superhuman Save Against Liverpool

    David De Gea Explains His Superhuman Save Against Liverpool

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    De Gea was in world-class form against Liverpool and kept Man United in the game at 0-0 after a remarkable save, one of the best of the season, to deny Joel Matip in the first half. De Gea, though, had different ideas and threw out a leg to block Matip's close-range effort, much to everyone's disbelief in the stadium. "The second half drifted back towards a year ago, I have to say, where Liverpool were the only team pressing".
  • Gary Neville Podcast featuring Liverpool v Manchester United

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    Klopp felt his side dominated the game and felt his side should have had a penalty after Philippe Coutinho went down under pressure from Ander Herrera, but Neville thought Klopp's attacking player was "measured". "They didn't want to leave the counter-attack open". "In the second half Matic exhausted and I had no solutions on the bench". Either one of them could have made it easier for United today.