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Cold war in prospect as Mourinho faces Villas-Boas


London: All eyes will be on Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho and Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas as the former friends meet in a bitter grudge match on Saturday.
Any derby between Spurs and Chelsea off

Inter stay in the hunt


Inter Milan came from behind to beat Fiorentina 2-1 in an entertaining match in the Italian league on Thursday and stay in touch with leaders Roma.

Blues, Spurs renew rivalry


Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur will put their Premier League title credentials to the test when they renew their rivalry at White Hart Lane on Saturday.

India U-16 rout Lebanon 4-1 in AFC Qualifiers


Kuwait City: India colts produced a clinical performance to rout Lebanon 4-1 in their second encounter of the U-16 AFC Qualifiers at the Sabah Al-Salem Stadium here.
Nuruddin (9th minute), Jayananda

Royals continue victory march

Rajasthan Royals took another big step towards a CL20 semi-final berth with a clinical 30-run win over the Highveld Lions to extend their blemishless 2013 record here on Wednesday evening.

Man City continue riot


Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur breezed into the League Cup fourth round on Tuesday, while Sunderland began life without Paolo Di Canio by beating Peterborough United.

Neymar opens account as Barca extend win streak


Barcelona extended their winning start to their title defence to six games when Neymar scored his debut La Liga goal and Lionel Messi netted his seventh of the season in an entertaining 4-1 victory at

Hernandez ruins Suarez's Liverpool return

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London: Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez ruined Luis Suarez's long-awaited return from suspension as the Mexican clinched a 1-0 win against Liverpool in the League Cup third round on Wednes

Liverpool look to inflict more pain on Man U

Buoyed by Luis Suarez’s return, Liverpool will visit Manchester United in the League Cup on Wednesday eager to inflict more misery on a team reeling from a brutal derby defeat.

E. Bengal edge out Padang to enter semi-finals

The drive to succeed was writ large on East Bengal players’ faces as they scripted history of sorts after securing their maiden berth in the AFC Cup semi-finals, overcoming a spirited Semen Padang playing in front of a vociferous home crowd here on Tuesday.

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