• Jamie Carragher: Middlesbrough game a "huge moment" for Liverpool

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    In a remarkable first season in charge of Chelsea , Antonio Conte has lead them to the Premier League title and the Italian still has something to play for against Sunderland, chasing the record of 30 Premier League wins set by predecessor Jose Mourinho's fearsome Blues vintages of 2005 and 2006.
  • Man United's Rashford says has earned Mourinho praise

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    It would be incredible. "Because we don't fight, we know it's a big objective, we know that if we lose the final we don't play Champions League, we know that". "We're in the final, that's what counts". The manager could win his third trophy as United boss, to go with the Community Shield and the EFL Cup, when his team meet Ajax in Stockholm on May 24.
  • Isaiah Thomas Ruled Out for Remainder of Playoffs

    Isaiah Thomas Ruled Out for Remainder of Playoffs

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    LeBron James and the Cavs have so thoroughly dominated the series they now lead 2-0, with Game 3 in their building at 8:30 p.m. ET. "I feel like we can go to Cleveland and make it a whole lot different Games 3 and 4 than we did 1 and 2". Washington that was one shy of John Havlicek's franchise post-season record. "I am a guy that lives in the moment", said James. And now that Thomas is gone, and the Celtics will have to take on LeBron and the Cavs without their best player and lone ...
  • Koeman sympathises with Arsenal fans over Wenger

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    With the title race settled in Chelsea's favour, Tottenham guaranteed to finish second and the three relegation places filled by Sunderland, Middlesbrough and Hull, attention will focus Sunday on the battle for the lucrative remaining two places in Europe's elite club competition .
  • Penguins draw even in series against Senators

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    Bobby Ryan's second overtime goal of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs was the difference-maker Saturday as the Ottawa Senators beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 2-1 in the opening game of the Eastern Conference Final. Will the Senators be more disciplined? The Senators know it and they're prepared for it. This is a burden the entire Penguins team has to share and quickly fix or else they'll be in an 0-2 hole going to Ottawa .
  • Michael Hoey flying high in Sicily

    Michael Hoey flying high in Sicily

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    Northern Ireland's Michael Hoey struggled to a 75 to fall back into a six-way tie for fifth on nine under alongside David Horsey, Lee Slattery , Raphael Jacquelin, Jose-Filipe Lima and Johan Carlsson . His tee shot found the beach, he needed four shots to find the putting surface and two-putted for double bogey, falling back from three back of Quiros to five.
  • Ander Herrera not ready to become a captain at Manchester United

    Ander Herrera not ready to become a captain at Manchester United

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    It was the awards night at Manchester United and despite it largely being a sober and borderline tense affair with the club preparing for a season defining European final next week, the occasion hosted by Mark Chapman and Rachel Riley saw some of the fan favourites pick up deserving individual honours.
  • Crystal Palace relegation escape the toughest yet for Allardyce

    Crystal Palace relegation escape the toughest yet for Allardyce

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    Wilfried Zaha, Christian Benteke, Luka Milivojevic and Patrick van Aanholt scored as the south Londoners sent Hull back down the Championship and secured their Premier League survival for a fifth successive season. "His focus I think would be on the final ... so if he does play a weakened team or if he doesn't, for us, the most important thing going there is not needing any points".
  • Ducks top goal-scorer Rickard Rakell misses Gm 5 with injury

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    Whew! The Anaheim Ducks saved themselves from a do or die elimination game when they tied up their series against the Nashville Predators 2-2 with a game four overtime win on the road. It's been said that good things happen when one goes to the net, and after losing a tooth on the shift before, that's all Aberg had to do. Winning one game is laudable, but Nashville will be harder pressed to sustain this level without their No.
  • Oilers fall just short in Game 7, lose to Ducks

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    Nick Ritchie scored the winning goal 3:21 into the third period as the Anaheim Ducks defeated the Edmonton Oilers 2-1 in Game 7 on Wednesday night to win their second-round series. Almost half of the third period went by before someone could find the back of the net, and that someone was Hampus Lindholm, who scored his first postseason goal of the year to tie the game at two.