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Newcastle United players and staff asked to avoid handshakes to contain spread of coronavirus
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Newcastle United players and staff asked to avoid handshakes to contain spread of coronavirus

The United Kingdom now has 19 confirmed cases of coronavirus and Bruce said the club were not taking any chances

Premier League: Mohamed Salah's lone goal helps Liverpool extend lead to seven points; West Ham United sink Arsenal
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Premier League: Mohamed Salah's lone goal helps Liverpool extend lead to seven points; West Ham United sink Arsenal

Mohamed Salah's second-half penalty moved Liverpool seven points clear at the top of the Premier League thanks to a 1-0 win away to Brighton.

FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifiers: Ireland, Denmark play out a goalless draw in 1st leg of play-off
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FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifiers: Ireland, Denmark play out a goalless draw in 1st leg of play-off

The closest both Ireland and Denmark came to a goal was when Pione Sisto fired wide in the first half for the hosts, while Yussuf Poulsen saw a 90th-minute header saved by Darren Randolph.

Euro 2016: Zlatan Ibrahimovic-led Sweden need goals as Belgium finally look menacing
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Euro 2016: Zlatan Ibrahimovic-led Sweden need goals as Belgium finally look menacing

Reinvigorated by Romelu Lukaku's goals, Belgium take on under-par Sweden on Wednesday, with both sides still in the hunt for a Euro 2016 last-16 berth.

Euro 2016: Has the expanded format resulted in more ordinary and undistinguished matches?
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Euro 2016: Has the expanded format resulted in more ordinary and undistinguished matches?

When UEFA decided eight years ago to expand the European Championship from 16 to 24 teams, its then president Michel Platini promised the standard of the tournament would not drop.

Euro 2016: Like it or not, Italy have made a working model out of 'paint dry' football
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Euro 2016: Like it or not, Italy have made a working model out of 'paint dry' football

Italy have made a working model out of a dull style of play, and this is double espresso football made in Turin – distasteful to some, authentic to others

Euro 2016: Playing to Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s strengths alone hurt Sweden in draw with Ireland
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Euro 2016: Playing to Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s strengths alone hurt Sweden in draw with Ireland

Sweden failed to impress for the majority of the game and really need to up the ante for them to be a real threat in this tournament.