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Gary Neville: This is why Man United fans should be very happy

Tottenham now trail them by four points with six games to go and have the superior goal difference. We have a 50 per cent probability of winning the league. "They are phenomenal in counter-attack". We need to realise it's not over, we need to realise there are points to play for, and we have to dig in. "Mourinho has masterminded plenty of wins in big games down the years, but he usually does it with a defensive approach and by setting up with a team that, first and foremost, is very hard to ...



Trump's popularity test in Georgia

Democrat Jon Ossoff is running for Congress in the special election contest for the seat vacated by Tom Price in Georgia's 6th Congressional District on April 18, 2017. Handel has treated Trump gingerly throughout, rarely mentioning him unless she's asked and even then cautioning she isn't a "rubber stamp" for anyone.



Easy choice: Browns CB Haden wants Garrett with No. 1 pick

For the Chicago Bears and GM Ryan Pace, these preparations include making a decision on what to do with the third overall pick. He struggled with consistency on the field and was surrounded by controversy off. The Eagles added Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith in the offseason, but they are both on deals that are not guaranteed past this upcoming season and Jordan Matthews's contract also expires after this season.


Those who loot poor will have to return it: PM

Those who loot poor will have to return it: PM

The Indian Government had requested the United Kingdom in February to extradite Mallya, who left India a year ago amid attempts banks to recover around Rs. However, the Indian government revoked his passport last April and filed formal fraud charges against him. Under Article 9 of the Extradition Treaty, Mallya has recourse to several grounds to oppose India's request.



Indiana Pacers Riding Hot Streak Into NBA Playoffs

If the Cavaliers were to make it to the conference championship series or even the NBA Finals and find themselves in a situation where they do not have the home court advantage, it would be a tough feat to pull off a series win against one of the NBA's elite.


Arsène Wenger defiant despite Arsenal's 'damaging' defeat at Crystal Palace

Arsène Wenger defiant despite Arsenal's 'damaging' defeat at Crystal Palace

However, the ex-Wales striker now feels changes are needed at the Emirates after yet another humbling defeat. Arsenal produced another terrible away performance in losing at relegation-threatened Crystal Palace 3-0 in the English Premier League on Monday, further damaging the team's chances of qualifying for next season's Champions League.