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    Spain could struggle at Euro 2016 without an experienced striker

    03 June 2016 | Euro Championship | Opinion

    Spain are seen as one of the favourites to win Euro 2016, but the exclusion of Chelsea striker Diego Costa may mean a slight gap in Vicente del Bosque’s attacking options.

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    Northern Ireland may just shock in Euro 2016

    03 June 2016 | Euro Championship | Opinion

    Northern Ireland were one of the surprise packages of Euro 2016 and will be looking to once again surprise people at the finals in France. The Northern Irish have been drawn against world champions Germany, Poland and Ukraine.

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    Jose Mourinho is the perfect man to lift Manchester United

    01 June 2016 | Premier League | Opinion

    Former-Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho signed a three-year deal with underperforming Premier League giants Manchester United. The Portuguese boss has been heavily linked with the United job since being sacked by Chelsea.

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    Robert Lewandowski would be stellar signing for Real Madrid

    01 June 2016 | La Liga | Opinion

    Rumors are strong that Real Madrid are in talks to sign Polish international striker Robert Lewandowski, who is considered to be the best out-and-out number in world football.

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    Real Madrid fortunate to win Champions League

    29 May 2016 | Champions League | Opinion

    Real Madrid won their 11th European Cup on Saturday night against Atletico Madrid by winning on penalty kicks following a 1-1 draw after normal and extra-time. Los Blancos will be breathing a sigh of relief though, because most of their players looked spent in extra-time.

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    Romelu Lukaku not yet world-class

    26 May 2016 | Premier League | Opinion

    Everton striker Romelu Lukaku has finally admitted that he wants to leave the Toffees in search of titles elsewhere. He joined the side from Merseyside for a club-record fee of around £28million in 2014 and has been relatively prolific for the Toffees.

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    Brasileiro has taken off! Who to follow this summer?

    31 May 2016 | Serie A | Opinion

    In South America the samba beats are playing and Brasileiro has taken off! Two rounds of games have played out in the Brazilian Serie A and no team has managed to win both their games. With so much talent and flair on display, who are the teams to follow this summer?

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    Loris Karius could be a key signing for Liverpool

    31 May 2016 | Premier League | Opinion

    Liverpool have completed the £4.7million transfer of goalkeeper Loris Karius from Bundesliga outfit Mainz. The 22-year-old will be the second player to agree to join the Reds this summer, after Schalke’s Joel Matip agreed to a move to Anfield.

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    Belgium could be a major force at Euro 2016

    Belgium head to this summer’s European Championships in France with a squad that is regarded by many as their best ever. In fact Marc Wilmots team is currently ranked as the second best in the world rankings, having risen to top spot in November 2015.

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    Marcus Rashford way down the pecking order for England

    According to newspaper reports, Manchester United youngster Marcus Rashford will make his debut for England on Friday against Australia. The 18-year-old suffered a slight injury scare in the FA Cup final on Saturday, but is believed to have now followed recovered from that knock.

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    Balotelli struggling to fulfil his potential after Euro 2016 snub

    Italy boss Antonio Conte has decided to leave AC Milan’s on-loan striker Mario Balotelli out of the Azzurri’s Euro 2016 squad. The striker has endured a difficult spell on-loan at the Rossoneri from Liverpool.

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    Capturing Unai Emery would be a coup for Everton

    25 May 2016 | Premier League | Opinion

    According to reports in the British tabloids, Everton are set to hold talks with Sevilla boss Unai Emery about their vacant managerial position. The Spaniard is highly-rated after guiding the Andalusian team to three consecutive Europa League triumphs.

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    Louis van Gaal underachieved at Manchester United

    25 May 2016 | Premier League | Opinion

    According to recent reports, Manchester United have sacked veteran Dutch boss Louis van Gaal ahead of the imminent appointment of Portuguese boss Jose Mourinho.

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    Pep Guardiola’s spell at Bayern Munich was not a complete success

    23 May 2016 | Bundesliga | Opinion

    Pep Guardiola ended his reign as Bayern Munich boss by winning the German Cup on penalties against Bayern’s arch-rivals Dortmund on Saturday. The game finished goalless after normal and extra time.

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    Jose Mourinho will be successful at Manchester United

    23 May 2016 | Premier League | Opinion

    According to Sky Sports, Portuguese boss Jose Mourinho could replace Louis van Gaal at Manchester United. The Red Devils won the FA Cup on Saturday with a 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace. However veteran Dutchman Van Gaal is still expected to be replaced after United failed to qualify for the Champions League.

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    Premier League season summary

    22 May 2016 | Premier League | Opinion

    It has been a truly remarkable season in the Barclays Premier League. A season where many of the big clubs have floundered and smaller teams have excelled. It has been compelling and has done wonders for the competitive nature of the division.

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    Euro 2016 dark horses

    02 June 2016 | Euro Championship | Opinion

    As the domestic league seasons are winding down across Europe, fans are gearing up for a great summer of International football. Euro 2016 is less than a month away and the usual suspects are preparing to carry the weight of their nation's expectations.

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    Allardyce’s January signings the key to survival for Sunderland

    22 May 2016 | Premier League | Opinion

    Sunderland secured their Premier League status on Wednesday night by defeating Everton 3-0. Patrick van Aanholt opened the scoring for the Black Cats, before centre-back Lamine Kone scored a brace. The win means that Newcastle and Norwich will be playing Championship next season.

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    Manchester United blow Champions League opportunity

    11 May 2016 | Premier League | Opinion

    Manchester United had the perfect opportunity to overhaul rivals Manchester City in the race for fourth spot as they travelled to West Ham. Unfortunately for United West Ham are in pretty good form themselves and were determined to leave their home the Boleyn Ground with a win.

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    Barcelona still the favourites for La Liga title

    09 May 2016 | La Liga | Opinion

    The Spanish title race is now down to two teams, after Atletico Madrid suffered a surprise 2-1 defeat at relegated Levante on Sunday afternoon. Barcelona hammered city-rivals Espanyol 5-0 at the Nou Camp, while Atletico’s city rivals Real Madrid defeated Valencia 3-2 at the Bernabeu.

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    Predictions for Premier League

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    Aston VillaLeicester City
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    Newcastle UnitedSouthampton
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    Norwich CitySheffield United
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    BrightonWolverhampton
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    England Premier League - predictions, tips, statistics
    OVERALL TABLE PTS GP W D L GF GA +/-
    1. Liverpool 46 16 15 1 0 40 14 26
    2. Leicester City 35 15 11 2 2 35 9 26
    3. Manchester City 32 16 10 2 4 44 19 25
    4. Chelsea 29 16 9 2 5 31 24 7
    5. Manchester United 24 16 6 6 4 25 19 6
    6. Tottenham 23 16 6 5 5 30 23 7
    7. Wolverhampton 23 15 5 8 2 21 17 4
    8. Crystal Palace 22 16 6 4 6 14 18 -4
    9. Sheffield United 19 15 4 7 4 17 15 2
    10. Arsenal 19 15 4 7 4 21 23 -2
    11. Newcastle United 19 15 5 4 6 15 22 -7
    12. Brighton 18 15 5 3 7 18 22 -4
    13. Burnley 18 16 5 3 8 21 29 -8
    14. Everton 17 16 5 2 9 19 28 -9
    15. Bournemouth 16 16 4 4 8 18 24 -6
    16. West Ham 16 15 4 4 7 17 25 -8
    17. Aston Villa 15 15 4 3 8 22 24 -2
    18. Southampton 15 15 4 3 8 17 33 -16
    19. Norwich City 11 15 3 2 10 16 32 -16
    20. Watford 9 16 1 6 9 9 30 -21

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