Europe

Monday, 25 May 2015

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The Valencia shot-stopper tore his anterior cruciate ligament and meniscus in Saturday's 3-2 win at Almeria and must now go under the knife

Sunday, 24 May 2015

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The Magpies owner gave a rare televised interview on Sunday and insists that he will not be looking to cash in on the club despite their slip down the standings

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The home side have to win to have any chance of staying up, while the Red Devils need a victory to boost their hopes of pipping Arsenal to third place

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All eyes will be on the departing Steven Gerrard and contract rebel Raheem Sterling as the fifth-placed Reds can book their place in next season's Europa League

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Stamford Bridge will be in party mode as Jose Mourinho's men are set to lift the Premier League trophy, while the Black Cats will also be buzzing after avoiding relegation

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The Gunners need a point to ensure that they finish ahead of fourth-placed Manchester United but the visitors will be buzzing after routing Chelsea on Monday

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Spurs go into the final game of the season just a point behind fifth-placed Liverpool in the Premier League table but have failed to win on their last seven visits to Goodison

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The Saints are hoping to claim a place in the Europa League while the hosts will wave goodbye to Frank Lampard as he leaves the Premier League for New York City

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The Magpies have been in free-fall for months but must pick up three points to guarantee their Premier League survival and they are facing a side with nothing to play for

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The hosts will be on a high after gatecrashing Steven Gerrard's going-away party at Anfield last week, while the hosts are looking to add to their record points haul

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The Foxes can enjoy an end-of-season party after pulling off a remarkable late escape from relegation but their opponents are already down

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The visitors have already been relegated and while Tim Sherwood's men are safe, his players will no doubt be desperate to impress ahead of the FA Cup final

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The Austria international has revealed that he is leaving the club, adding fuel to speculation that he will be replaced the iconic Italy international

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On Saturday, the Norwegian eclipsed the likes of Raul, Samuel Eto'o and Javi Garcia when came off the bench to debut at just 16 years and 156 days against Getafe

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The 37-year-old insists he will play on for at least one more season but has confirmed that it will not be at Stamford Bridge, where he has now won four Premier League titles

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The legendary former Magpies manager insists the Sports Direct boss must leave St James' Park this summer regardless of Sunday's result against West Ham

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The Norwegian teenager became the club's youngest ever player at 16 years and 156 days after replacing Cristiano Ronaldo in their victory over Getafe