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Arsene Wenger Dismisses Impact of Top Four Miss On Transfer Plans

Arsene Wenger Dismisses Impact of Top Four Miss On Transfer Plans

The Gunners, who are up against Sunderland on Tuesday night, are now fifth in the Premier League table with 69 points from 36 games. "The referee was so fearless in making the decision", City manager Pep Guardiola said. You do not want to watch any more of the same old, same old. That means Arsenal face the possibility of finishing on 75 points and still ending up outside the top four, which has never happened in the Premier League before.



Pakistan win third Test to clinch Windies series

Devendra Bishoo and Alzarri Joseph also offered some resistance but it was Gabriels defiance through eight nerve- jangling overs with Chase that nearly took the West Indies to safety and a drawn series. "I thought that really was the key, seeing that he was there all series, so once I got through him it was a little easier for me to play the other bowlers".



Lallana says Hammers win proves Liverpool's Champions class

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge starred against them for West Ham United. Liverpool's new diamond setup seemingly got the best out of him, so should Klopp stick with it for his side's final game of the season against Middlesbrough next weekend? But while the Reds have tasted success at Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea, there is one Sheffield stadium where they have never enjoyed a win during the history of the Premier League.



Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger: missing top-four not 'disastrous'

If we don't have the results I am disappointed but what is not excusable is to not give your best". Now there are calls for mass boycott of Tuesday's match at home to Sunderland. Sunderland have failed to score in 10 of their last 15 Premier League away matches and Arsenal will be confident of securing victory over Moyes' men, even if they have several injury worries ahead of the match.


Nadal beat battling Thiem to claim fifth Madrid Open crown

Nadal beat battling Thiem to claim fifth Madrid Open crown

While Djokovic is yet to announce the replacement - although Andre Agassi is being mentioned in the press - it is unlikely that he'd have anyone on board till after the clay court season. Men's world No. 1 Andy Murray may have wowed the crowds previous year when he bossed Novak Djokovic in the final to claim his maiden win in the Italian capital.


Madrid nod for Nastase blasted

Madrid nod for Nastase blasted

The second was equally high quality and, having done well to stay with Halep, Mladenovic bravely won the tie-break 7-5 to ensure the match went the distance. The Romanian edged out the Frenchwoman 7-5, 6-7 (5), 6-2 in a summit clash that lasted two hours and 45 minutes. All of a sudden, a season that started on a bad turn is back on an upward trajectory, set to peak at the French Open, where Halep will look to do one better than her finalist showing in 2014.