Manchester City will be a bit deflated after their rivals from across the city secured the Premier League title on Monday.
Rio de Janeiro? As stale as yesterday’s päo de queijo. São Paulo? As cutting edge as a mid-nineties Now That’s What I Call Music CD. These days, the footballing place to be in Brazil is Belo Horizonte.
We have two teams needing a win here but both are in pretty ordinary form. Leicester ended a run of nine games without a win when they triumphed 3-2 over Bolton the game before last, and they are now unbeaten in four.
St Etienne have won their first major trophy for 32 years after beating Rennes in the final of the French League Cup.
An inspired celebratory soundtrack at Old Trafford and other musical doozies from the world of sport.
Given its non-stop fixture list, ever-changing roster of players and overly promoted sponsors, the Indian Premier League can be a little hard to keep track of at times.
With that in mind, The Independent provides you with a team-by-team round up of this week’s action so you know your Sunrisers from your Super Kings and can stay on top of all the action from India.
Here’s all that’s been going on in week three of T20 cricket’s biggest tournament…
When betting we are looking for value and it seems to me that the market is over-estimating Real Madrid’s chances of winning in Dortmund.
Mascia unveiled a placard dedicating the away end of the stadium to the Livorno midfielder, who suffered cardiac arrest during a Serie B encounter with Pescara exactly a year ago.
This is probably a meeting of the two best teams in Europe currently but regular readers will know about my admiration for Bayern Munich and I sense ‘The Force’ may be with them.
There weren’t many goals about in the Premier League on Saturday but we may see a few here. Villa manager Paul Lambert won’t have earmarked this fixture as one he expects to get anything out of, and he might as well have a go.
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