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Ed Sheeran shows his colours at Portman Road during Ipswich Aston Villa clash

Pop sensation Ed Sheeran went back to his roots this weekend and showed his footballing colours alongside fiancee Cherry Seaborn.

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Watford vs Crystal Palace LIVE score updates - Premier League

Roy Hodgson's Crystal Palace travel to Vicarage Road for a crucial clash which could have big bearing on the fight for survival. Stay with Sportsmail for all the action as it unfolds.

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Hibernian 2-1 Celtic: Maclaren and Slivka delay champions' coronation

Celtic's Ladbrokes Premiership title celebrations were put on hold following a stunning 2-1 defeat by Hibernian at Easter Road. A high-energy Hibs side pressed the visitors to great effect.

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Robert Pires, Raul and Luis Figo team up as legends star in Match for Solidarity in Geneva

The deadly trio were joined by fellow former greats such as Ronaldinho, Andrea Pirlo and Dida for the UEFA- United Nations charity game in Geneva.

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Post Up: Pacers, Wizards And Bucks Hold Serve At Home

Pacers 92, Cavaliers 90 (Pacers lead 2-1) These Pacers just don’t stop fighting. Despite Cleveland holding a 17-point halftime lead, Indiana came all the way back in the second half, holding the Cavs to 33 points in the game’s final two quarters to grab a crucial series lead. On a relati...

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How Arsene Wenger changed English football and their perception of foreign coaches forever

THE NUMBERS GAME: Arsene Wenger will leave English football after more than 800 Premier League games, three titles, seven FA Cups and an umistakeable influence on out game.

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Lionel Messi is an 'alien', says Sevilla manager Vincenzo Montella

Sevilla face Lionel Messi and Barcelona at Atletico Madrid's Wanda Metropolitano Stadium on Sunday evening looking to avenge the 2016 final, when they were beaten 2-0 after extra time.

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Konta brings Great Britain level against Japan after Watson loses

British No 1 Jo Konta drew her side level 1-1 with Japan in their Fed Cup World Group II play-off in the Bourbon Beans Dome in Miki after Heather Watson lost in straight sets to Naomi Osaka.

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Sean Dyche preparing to play party-pooper in Arsene Wenger's farewell match

Burnley have never beaten Wenger's Arsenal in the Premier League era with Dyche overseeing five straight defeats - some controversial, some late and some a combination of the two.

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Jurgen Klopp insists Trent Alexander-Arnold is ready to play for England at the World Cup 

DOMINIC KING: Jurgen Klopp insists Trent Alexander-Arnold is ready to play at a World Cup — but would prefer Liverpool’s right back to have a summer of rest.


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