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Chelsea team predicted: Eden Hazard to start against Arsenal

The former Lille man was also suggested as a possible target for Barcelona this summer, though an ankle injury appeared to put paid to any move this summer. The 26-year-old missed the start of the new season because of a broken ankle sustained while on worldwide duty with Belgium in June. "But I dont play for that... Read More »

National Basketball Association sets a date to vote on draft lottery reform


Simply put, the league would adjust the lottery odds so that the lowest-ranked teams have lower chances of landing the top picks. The punishment for losing the draft lottery is also slightly worse. This has become particularly a worry for small market teams who have no choice but to build their roster through the draft, given how the last few years have provided a good sample size of putting free agency decisions in the players' hands, making it increasingly hard to retain talent. Read More »

Choupo-Moting brace holds Manchester United at Stoke


Close-season signing Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting is working hard to be fit to face United after returning from global duty with Cameroon nursing a slight hamstring injury. "They defended well, they counterattacked and in set pieces they are powerful". "We didn't allow them as much space and everything I asked the guys to do, they fulfilled". Read More »

Chris Hughton: 'Brighton & Hove Albion must build on confidence from first win'


Chris Hughton hopes Brighton's first win of the season against West Brom last weekend will lift his squad for the challenge ahead. Brighton got their first Premier League victory last week against West Brom. Bournemouth is a team that has a lot of heart and they have shown this is the way that they have been playing all season and in the past few season. Read More »

Billy Joe Saunders' son punches opponent Willie Monroe Jr at weigh


A security guard and a member of Monroe's entourage eventually separated the cheeky youngster while Saunders ignored the entire incident. Billy Joe Saunders' son certainly isn't afraid of a scrap ... A native of Hertfordshire, England, Saunders possesses the only one of four recognized middleweight titles not now owned by Gennady Golovkin, who will face Canelo Alvarez in Saturday's pay-per-view bout. Read More »

UEFA charges Cologne with four offences, Arsenal with one after Emirates chaos

The case will be dealt by the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body on 21 September but Arsenal issued a full statement explaining their version of events. Scuffles broke out inside the ground as it emerged Cologne fans had gained access to home sections once gates were opened, with Metropolitan Police deploying additional officers and dogs to the stadium in response. Read More »

Guardiola: Toure Still Key For City, Watford Will Be Tough

Pep Guardiola refuses to confirm whether Yaya Toure will be a part of Manchester City's squad against Watford , having yet to use the Ivorian this season. In the League and Champions League there are a lot of games. Th former Barcelona and Bayern Munich gaffer expressed satisfaction in his team's improvement in the attacking third. Read More »

Wenger reveals key man in Arsenal turnaround


The visitors were issued with 3,000 tickets but around 20,000 Cologne fans are believed to have made the journey to London . The Metropolitan Police confirmed the violence, noting they sent in extra officers to keep he peace. "We live in a 100 per cent security society and I thought they would not take a gamble to play this game". The team's meeting a year ago marked the turning point in a season that finished with the Premier League title heading to Chelsea . Read More »

Arsene Wenger tells Arsenal to forget about recent struggles at Chelsea


Like numerous players, Mertesacker's first concern was for his family, with some suggestion from team-mates that they should have stayed at home, but he was pleased to know they were ok and that the game could eventually proceed. "Inside the stadium it became apparent that Cologne fans were getting into an Arsenal section behind the goal at the south end of the stadium". Read More »

Man City boss Pep Guardiola admits Brahim Diaz could make move


However, Toure has again been left out of the squad by Guardiola and the manager raised fresh doubts over the veteran midfielder's future by refusing to make public why. The manager hinted ahead of Wednesday's win in the Netherlands that he'd spoken to the midfielder about why he'd been omitted from the squad, blaming "sporting reasons" and insisting there had been no disagreement personally. Read More »

NFL Wants Ezekiel Elliott Appeal Put On Fast Track


Some legal experts have said they think it is likely Elliott will remain eligible to play all season under the injunction. However, the powers that be in the National Football League aren't standing pat, seeking the 5th Circuit as a place where the ruling can be overturned, since Mazzant, the man who made the initial deicison, is unlikely to overturn it himself. Read More »

Corey Oates Knocked Out After Sickening Collision


Watch the horrific collision here. The Toowoomba talent has played halfback all season but has a hamstring injury ahead of the today's semi-final against the Panthers. Penrith ensured a nervous finish when impressive prop Reagan Campbell-Gillard marched up the middle to score in the 64th minute and cut the deficit to 12-6. Read More »

Jose Mourinho Provides Injury Updates On Manchester United Defensive Duo


Mourinho has also put the complete blame of Pogba's injury on the player himself, as a outcome of not listening to the medical advice over what is a "long-standing issue". "They are a team with incredible investment, a team that wants to play for the title, so I'm sure their objective is the top four". Ahead of the game, Jose Mourinho has been speaking to the media at his pre-match press conference this afternoon and he's provided a team news and injury update. Read More »

Arsenal manager Wenger praises 'exceptional' Alexis


Meanwhile, Wenger does not believe Chelsea will have any physical advantage over his team ahead of their trip to Stamford Bridge, despite having 48 hours extra rest after thumping Qarabag 6-0 in their Champions League opener on Tuesday night. Read More »

Fernando Llorente: 'Mauricio Pochettino behind Chelsea snub'


The 32-year-old is one of a number of players to have rejected a move to the champions, instead deciding to join London rivals Spurs from Swansea City in a £14m deal. "They have done very well in the last few years and I fit very well with this project". "He was at the end of his career and I was just starting out". Read More »

Lakers to Reportedly Retire Kobe Bryant's Jersey Before Warriors Game in December


During that time, Bryant sent Lakers' records for games played with 1,346, points with 33,643, and three pointers made with 1,827 among others. When he got drafted by the Charlotte Hornets and then traded to the Lakers in 1996, he wanted the number 33 but he couldn't have it because it had already been retired for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, number 24 was also unavailable so he decided on number 8. Read More »

Former footballer Clark Carlisle declared 'missing' in Manchester


Carlisle helped Burnley gain promotion to the Premier League in 2009 and also played for Leeds United and Watford among others during a 16-year professional career. "She said: "#Missing Clarke's last known whereabouts was Manchester City Centre at 6am. "If you see him please get in touch". Anyone with information can contact Lancashire Police on 101 quoting 0235. Read More »

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Limited's (NYSE:TEVA) "Hold" Rating Reiterated at Cantor Fitzgerald

The company's market cap is $18.64 billion. Tightening the gaze, stock performance for the last 5 trading days is 21.52%. It has outperformed by 14.45% the S&P500. WARNING: This news story was published by Week Herald and is the sole property of of Week Herald. The ex-dividend date is Tuesday, February 28th. Investors sentiment decreased to 1.17 in Q4 2016. Read More »

Indians set AL record with 21st straight win


The Indians extended their winning streak to 22 games on Thursday night against the Royals , turning a 2-1 ninth-inning deficit into a 3-2, 10-inning, walk-off victory . The Tigers drew to within one run in the sixth inning. Andrew Romine hit a sharp grounder to third. Nick Goody entered and escaped the inning. The Indians added a run in the seventh. Read More »

High School Volleyball roundup: Wallkill holds off FDR for sweep


Allie Lane added 10 kills and Cameron Blankenship notched eight kills for Bassett (6-3, 3-2). Flanagan tops Fisher: Kayla Vanwedden had six kills and two blocks for Flanagan-Cornell in a 25-17, 25-19 over visiting Fisher. Macy Mershon's time of 25:26 was good for 16th place. Makenna Asher added 14, Chloe Mccauley had 11 and Lexi Vertin five. Jordan Engbrecht chipped in with five digs, four kills and three aces. Read More »

Liverpool's Sadio Mane will not change style despite ban


They lack a Virgil van Dijk, dare I say, but I have been told in recent days that Southampton will not sell their the Dutch defender to Liverpool under any circumstances, so they should have at least tried to get someone else in who could have done a job. Read More »

Singapore will host F1 races until 2021


The Singapore Grand Prix , whose 10th edition is on Sunday, has quickly become one of Formula One's best known races and is often compared to Monaco's classic street grand prix. Ticket sales fell a year ago to around 73,000 for each of the three days of the race weekend. "The Singapore race is clearly a signature race.it's also our gateway into Asia which is important for our future and our growth", Carey said today. Read More »

Lukaku sends goal warning ahead of Everton reunion


He had been restricted to just 15 Premier League starts in his final campaign, during which he broke the club's goal scoring record. Paul Merson is confident Manchester United will extend their unbeaten run against Everton at Old Trafford on Sunday. Read More »

Tables are turned as Arsenal face Chelsea

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger does not believe Chelsea will have any physical advantage for their Premier League clash despite having 48 hours extra rest following the pair's European exploits this week. If we can get him fit and firing, we stand a great chance at retaining the title. "In three days I feel we can recover and overall that should not be a problem". Read More »

Four finish a priority: Wenger


Cologne took the early lead in the game when Jhon Cordoba lobbed fellow Colombian David Ospina from 40 yards. Our first European fixture on a Thursday night will see us play German side Cologne, who would probably ring a few bells with most of us seeing as that's where we got Lukas Podolski from. Read More »

Trump Praises Media During Florida Visit


Before the hurricane smashed into the U.S. mainland over the weekend, it struck northern Caribbean islands, leaving at least 44 people dead, authorities said . Power outages affected over 5 million homes, organizations, and businesses in Florida - including gas stations, which need the electricity to keep pumps working. Read More »

Arsenal mayhem as 15000 Cologne fans storm the Emirates


Arsenal came from behind to see off the challenge of Koln and secure their first victory in the Europa League with an impressive second half performance at the Emirates. Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez fired his way back into Gunners fans' hearts as his solo goal lit up a Europa League comeback win against Cologne that was nearly called off due to crowd trouble. Read More »

Jaipur, Haryana play out thrilling draw in PKL-5


Puneri Paltan scored their fourth tackle point of the night as they led 5-4 after 11 minutes. Haryana Steelers are now top of the table in Zone A with 49 points from 15 games. Haryana inflicted an all-out in the 15th minute to lead 14-7. Haryana Steelers couldn't get on the scoresheet as often as they did in the first half as they could score just 6 points in the first 12 minutes of the second half. Read More »

ICC backing Pakistan's bid to host full cricket series


Moreover, the Sri Lankan cricket board has also agreed to send its players to Pakistan for a single T20 match off the back of this tournament-if it is satisfied with the security arrangements made for the World XI . "I think the next step is to grow capabilities, improve capabilities to areas and cities outside of Lahore itself to build the confidence of teams like Australia and England, and all other teams, that it's safe to tour Pakistan on a more regular basis and for much ... Read More »

Right time to face Arsenal is now- Courtois

Batshuayi, who hasn't started since the Premier League defeat to Burnley on the opening weekend of the season, also features in the XI, replacing the in-form Alvaro Morata . Chelsea , on the other hand, have once again learned from their mistakes to put together a three-match winning run following a shock opening-day home defeat by Burnley. Read More »

Aaron Finch may miss opener after aggravating injury


In the steamy city of Chennai , the venue of the first One-Day International, the touring Australia side is now sweating over the fitness of one of its batting mainstays, that too, with just a couple of days before the series begins here. "His training ethic is as good as you'd get so it's a good reward for him". "Hopefully [there will be] the chance to go up the order again. It was nice to get some time in the middle the other day", Head said while addressing the scribes on Thursday. Read More »

Jesus brace helps Man City ease past Liverpool


Ederson was down for several minutes while being attended to by the physios, and it's certainly possible that he suffered a concussion during the collision. "If the leg is not where it is, it is a foul from the goalie. I hope people see it for what it is". "We had one of these days where everything so obviously goes against us". Read More »

Ryan Truex hopes to race his way into Trucks playoffs on Friday


From here on in, a win for any of the playoff contenders will see them advance straight to the next round, but that won't stop any non-playoff drivers from stealing a win if they get the opportunity. Of those still in doubt to get into the playoffs, Blake Koch , Michael Annett and Brendan Gaughan now hold the final positions by virtue of points. Read More »