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Chelsea boss Antonio Conte accepts Spurs are back in title race

And we're saying that basically they can just fall apart? Bournemouth , who are seven points off the drop zone, have picked up 35 points so far this campaign, seven short of their last season's tally. If one day we are in the Europa League and in the Premier League the distance is too big then we have to prioritise and nobody can criticise us if we do it in a different way in the last matches of the league.


Crystal Palace: Allardyce picks out key to Palace revival

Crystal Palace: Allardyce picks out key to Palace revival

Despite not having a minute of Premier League action under his belt, Sakho has been a solid addition to the defence, making six top-flight appearances and helping keep four clean sheets. Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish believes Britain's exit from the European Union represents a "fantastic opportunity" for English football to address what he considers an imbalance within club academies, and to the benefit of the England team.


Leicester City bid to ruin chances against Atletico Madrid again

Leicester City bid to ruin chances against Atletico Madrid again

And Shakespeare is prepared to rest and rotate players at Selhurst Park with midfielder Daniel Amartey, who was in the African Nations Cup team of the tournament after playing for Ghana at centre-back, possibly playing in defence. Uruguay global Godin has played with a several of the best forwards in the game for club in country, including Luis Suarez, Edinson Cavani, Sergio Aguero, Radamel Falcao and Diego Costa, and feels Vardy is of the same ilk.



Antonio Conte: 'Premier League title race is 50-50'

The Portuguese got Ander Herrera to follow the Chelsea playmaker all over the pitch, and regularly storm all over him, although that was obviously greatly helped by the fact Hazard did not have the injured Marcos Alonso bombing down the left to distract defenders.


Athletics-Kenyans shine in strong wins at Boston Marathon

Athletics-Kenyans shine in strong wins at Boston Marathon

American Jordan Hasay, running her first competitive marathon, came in third in the women's field and Japan's Suguru Osako finished third in the men's race. But if she could run the distance in practice he promised to take her to Boston . "After the 30km mark, I tried to push before breaking away with 5km to go, I made a decision to push further even after they failed to react when I broke away", Kiplagat said.