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Soccer Saturday's Jeff Stelling provides his predictions on each featured Super 6 game this week.
Hamilton or Rosberg? Will Merc maintain their perfect run? Can Ferrari prove Bahrain was a one-off?
David Moyes could be in for a mixed reception when he returns to Goodison, writes Vinny O'Connor.
Luis Suarez has 11 goals in his last four games against Norwich. Can he improve that total?
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard believes manager Brendan Rodgers can build a legacy of success at the club.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho fired a thinly-veiled criticism at the officials after the 2-1 home defeat to Sunderland.
Tottenham dented Fulham's Premier League survival hopes with a 3-1 win over their London rivals at White Hart Lane.
England's new head coach Peter Moores has insisted he does not blame Kevin Pietersen over their rift in 2009.
Jamie Redknapp and Glen Hoddle assess Chelsea's bad luck after Jose Mourinho's brief reaction post match, and assistant coach Rui Faria's reaction to the penalty decision.
Matthew Stanger believes Jose Mourinho must take the blame for Chelsea's stuttering title bid.
Re-live a great night in Manchester as Scott Quigg won in style and Anthony Crolla beat John Murray.
Check out our player ratings from Sunderland's shock win at Chelsea and give your own verdict here.
Sandro spat is farcical but with the right boss there’s lots to work with at Spurs, writes Adam Bate.
Ted Kravitz reviews an absorbing qualifying hour in Shanghai as Lewis Hamilton claimed pole.
Nasser Hussain backs Peter Moores to fulfil his 'unfinished business' with England.
Man Utd's men with a point to prove can take advantage of Everton's midweek blow, says Jamie Redknapp.
Bob Willis hopes Peter Moores will provoke a more aggressive Alastair Cook in the post-Pietersen era.
Ugo Ehiogu talks about the problems with Aston Villa and why England need to develop a style of their own.
Paralympic sprinting sensation Hannah Cockroft speaks to Game Changers about her journey so far.
Glenn Hoddle tells Fenners and Merse how close he came to taking over from AVB at Spurs.
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Congratulations to Gus Poyet and Sunderland on getting three fantastic points in your quest for survival. I am not going to whine about decisions not going our way. If you have over 30 attempts at goal then the success rate has to...
I agree with most of the comments that have been posted, like some have said a backward step in appointing Peter Moore's who had his time. ECB should have looked beyond these shores there are a few coaches out there who may have...
Sorry, but as an England fan I am unhappy with this appointment. I would have wanted a coach who was more ruthless, forward thinking and allowed our boys more freedom to play their natural game. Let us not forget, some of...
I think the one question which most likely got him the job was Do you agree to never bring KP back.. Muppets the whole lot of them.. I think its back to the dark days of getting bowled out for 50 plus. How i wish im wrong. A team...
Surely 23 & 24 are too old for young player of the year? It should be for teenagers, no more than 21 in my opinion, but it will probably go to Hazard who is 23. Defeats the object of young player of the year.
If we base on the Overall performance in this season, Suarez deserve to be PFA player of the year without any doubt. He is for sure ahead compare to rest of the nominee base on his contribution on the field especially goals scored,...
Chelsea has more staying power, boosted by their solid defence. The physiological and psychological to win at least one trophy, if not two is going to weaken them. Liverpool and Real Madrid will triumph. Chelsea die heart. RZ
Quite simply Liverpool can afford a draw at Chelsea and still win league by a point ;regardless of goals if they win other fixtures,but as Brendan Rogers says each game as it comes for LFC who will i think win the title at Palace...
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