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According to the warning "more than 20cm may have accumulated in places in some eastern counties of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland from a culmination of Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday's snow showers". Overnight temperatures will fall to -2C and a widespread groundfrost is likely. However, the Arctic front will dominate from tomorrow night with temperatures dramatically dropping off from Tuesday onwards.
  • Guardiola reveals secrets ahead of Arsenal clash

    Guardiola reveals secrets ahead of Arsenal clash

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    However, with a Premier League fixture against the same opposition at the Emirates on Thursday, Guardiola is keen to keep his players in tip-top condition. Aaron Ramsey has won his fight to be fit for Sunday's Wembley showdown. There was better news on Brazilian forward Jesus who has not played since the final day of 2017, having suffered a knee injury, with Guardiola saying he is improving every day.
  • Germans dejected after coming so close to gold medal

    Germans dejected after coming so close to gold medal

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    Despite the display of national pride, the Russians will still be without a country, so to speak, in the closing ceremony for the Pyeongchang Olympics later Sunday. The Russians found themselves evenly matched by a German team who surprised the hockey world by making it to their first Olympic final. A victory by Germany would surely go down in hockey history as one of the greatest upsets ever alongside the Americans' "Miracle on Ice" in 1980.
  • Paul George reacts to Zaza Pachulia's fall on Russell Westbrook

    Paul George reacts to Zaza Pachulia's fall on Russell Westbrook

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    That's because of an incident in the second half involving Russell Westbrook and Zaza Pachulia . Now, Westbrook himself is claiming the play was intentional, and that Pachulia tried to injure him. In Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals against the San Antonio Spurs, he had stepped under All-Star forward Kawhi Leonard's legs that caused him to aggravate his ankle sprain and eventually get shut down for the rest of the playoffs.
  • Jayhawks wins 14th straight Big 12 title

    Jayhawks wins 14th straight Big 12 title

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    The Red Raiders (22-6, 10-5) have never won a Big 12 title in men's basketball and they're just three seasons removed from a 3-15 mark in conference play. Zhaire Smith scored 20 points and fellow freshman Jarrett Culver had 18 for Texas Tech, which dropped its second straight game since reaching the highest ranking in school history.
  • Arizona coach Sean Miller sits out Saturday's Oregon game following wiretap report

    Arizona coach Sean Miller sits out Saturday's Oregon game following wiretap report

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    The news about Miller and Arizona appears to have one top recruit thinking about his future, as Shareef O'Neal tweeted out the following message after the report surfaced Friday night. OR coach Dana Altman said the Wildcats "came out mad" after they hit eight of their first 10 shots, held the Ducks without a rebound for the first eight minutes and led by 12 twice in the first half.
  • Growing fears Isis cell have kidnapped British couple in South Africa

    Growing fears Isis cell have kidnapped British couple in South Africa

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    The Hawks, South Africa's elite police unit, said the force was investigating the kidnapping, which took place on 12 February, but said it was unaware of anything linking the crime to terror groups. The "terrorism" section was updated this week after two South African-British nationals were reprtedly kidnapped in Vryheid in KwaZulu-Natal earlier this month in a case with alleged links to terrorism.
  • Liverpool FC vs West Ham Injury Report: Clyne, Lanzini, Reid, Fonte

    Liverpool FC vs West Ham Injury Report: Clyne, Lanzini, Reid, Fonte

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    The Austrian so almost produced a stunning goal in the first-half too, breaking past Joel Matip down the right-hand side before unleashing a lofted shot from long-range. "We change the system every game, so sometimes I play second striker and sometimes I play on the right and sometimes I play on the left", he added.
  • Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond wins bronze medal in figure skating

    Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond wins bronze medal in figure skating

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    Osmond entered the free skate portion of today's competition only trailing two skaters, Alina Zagitova and Evgenia Medvedeva, both Olympic Athletes from Russian Federation. It was a jump she picked up once back from her broken leg and even Osmond conceded that she did a "little mental leap", once she got it down before reeling herself back in.
  • Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitzky stripped of Winter Olympics bronze medal for doping

    Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitzky stripped of Winter Olympics bronze medal for doping

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    The payment of the fine is one of the IOC's key criteria in deciding whether to lift Russia's suspension before the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics closing ceremony on Sunday. The IOC, however, stated that doping-free athletes from Russian Federation could go to the 2018 Olympic Games under the classification of neutral athletes, or the OAR status, which stands for 'Olympic Athlete from Russian Federation'.
  • Mohamed Salah sets out his Liverpool FC targets

    Mohamed Salah sets out his Liverpool FC targets

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    As I've noted , despite the positive result in the Champions League against Porto, this weekend's clash against West Ham is most certainly cause for concern. Yes, probably. We need an atmosphere to be ready for that - the players, coach, staff, crowd. I am not like this. "I was sure from the first second there was nothing for him to be scared about.
  • FA charges Guardiola for yellow ribbon protest

    FA charges Guardiola for yellow ribbon protest

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    It added that the ribbon had breached the FA's kit and advertising regulations. Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has been charged by the Football Association for wearing a political message. Guardiola has ignored two formal warnings from The FA, staying true to his beliefs, and has now been charged. They will be wary too of an Arsenal side who, despite their lack of a credible title challenge in recent years, have made a habit of rising to the occasion in big one-off finals.
  • Curling: United States rock Sweden to win first gold medal

    Curling: United States rock Sweden to win first gold medal

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    Edin's final throw landed on the hammer, surrounded by four US stones, and Shuster, like he's done so much the last four games, came through. "But then days like this happen". "During the entire end we could kind of feel it building". The U.S., with Shuster, Tyler George , Matt Hamilton and John Landsteiner , had two strategies coming in - limit Sweden's scoring and avoid the big end, and messy up the house with yellow rocks to force Sweden to make plays.
  • Chelsea boss Conte defends Willian management

    Chelsea boss Conte defends Willian management

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    Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has hailed the maturity of Andreas Christensen and has dubbed the player as a future captain for the club. After the West Ham game, Liverpool have only 10 league matches left and with the exception of Manchester United and Chelsea , all of those games are against teams in ninth place or below.
  • United States men's curling awarded wrong medals after winning gold

    United States men's curling awarded wrong medals after winning gold

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    It was a full redemption for team skip John Schuster, who was cast aside by the USA Curling organization as the program's leader after disappointments in 2010 and 2014 but formed his own team that earned its way back to the Olympics. Team USA took a huge lead late in the match when skipper John Shuster hit a ideal shot in the eighth end. "Who'd have thought it though - gold for the United States of America, silver for Sweden, bronze for Switzerland - and Canada miss out".
  • UFC on Fox 28: Emmett vs

    UFC on Fox 28: Emmett vs

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    He fought a good one". As much as Stephens wants a shot at the gold, he will likely have to wait in line behind the victor of the UFC 222 co-main event between Frankie Edgar and Brian Ortega. Latifi beat Saint Preux to the punch for the better part of the fight before landing the clean left hand that led to the finish. Preux. Griffin Upends Favored Perry Former Tachi Palace Fights champion Max Griffin recorded the most significant victory of his career, as he took a unanimous decision ...
  • Lionel Messi's Ronaldinho-esque free kick surprised Barcelona

    Lionel Messi's Ronaldinho-esque free kick surprised Barcelona

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    Wide and ahead of Willian could draw Willian to move forward and press him, which would open space behind for Suarez to move into (for passes to feet ahead of the Chelsea's backline) or to run behind Azpilicueta. MF Ousmane Dembele , 8 - Making his first start in over a month after a hamstring injury, the France worldwide got better and better as the game went on.
  • Chelsea boss Antonio Conte regrets Manchester United transfer

    Chelsea boss Antonio Conte regrets Manchester United transfer

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    However, they have only won two of their last nine away matches in all competitions. After the West Ham game, Liverpool have only 10 league matches left and with the exception of Manchester United and Chelsea , all of those games are against teams in ninth place or below.
  • First responders describe scene of mass shooting at Florida school

    First responders describe scene of mass shooting at Florida school

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    A series of new details emerged Thursday , more than a week after 17 people died in one of the deadliest mass shootings in modern USA history. "Our police department has continued to work alongside the Broward Sheriff's Office to assist in any investigation pertaining to this incident", the department said later in a statement.
  • Selfie diplomatic Ivanka Trump with Kim Jung-sook

    Selfie diplomatic Ivanka Trump with Kim Jung-sook

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    The measures targeted 27 shipping and trading companies, 28 vessels and one person, all suspected of helping North Korea circumvent current sanctions. The big question is this: After seeing some final events and glad-handing some American athletes, will she be placed in the same position as Pence - in a VIP box with a North Korean delegation? And if so, how will she respond? And if so, how will she respond and will she, unlike Pence, choose to interact? The answer will provide a coda to an ...
  • Marvin Bagley III returns for Duke, but doesn't get start

    Marvin Bagley III returns for Duke, but doesn't get start

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    Of course, it helped to have Bagley back for the first time in two weeks. As Syracuse (18-11, 7-9) stayed below the 30-point threshold until there were less than 10 minutes to play, the Blue Devils kept at it defensively. Also in double-figures for Duke are Allen (15.6 PPG), Gary Trent (14.9 PPG), Wendell Carter (14.5 PPG) and Trevon Duval (10.9 PPG). The Blue Devils possess a combination of skills that frequently troubles the Orange.
  • Ford Names Kumar Galhotra as Raj Nair Replacement

    Ford Names Kumar Galhotra as Raj Nair Replacement

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    Jim Farley, Ford global executive vice president and president, showered Galhotra with praise upon the announcement. Nair, 53, was among a handful of top Ford executives who a year ago received a retention bonus valued at $5 million if he stayed through the end of the decade.
  • Watford down Everton at home

    Watford down Everton at home

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    A remarkable late equaliser nearly arrived deep in stoppage time as Pickford charged up for a corner and headed into the path of Dominic Calvert-Lewin, but the substitute could not scramble the ball in as Everton's miserable away record extended to one win from 22 top-flight games.
  • India post 172/7 in 3rd T20I

    India post 172/7 in 3rd T20I

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    Even though Dhawan struggled to get going, Raina made sure that the runs kept pouring in for India as they completed the Powerplay overs at 57/1. South Africa women: 112 all out in 18 overs. To add to their misery, Bhuvneshwar Kumar packed Hendricks inside third over to bring JP Duminy on to the crease. Dhawan was on 9, and India 54 for 1 in the sixth over, when he cut a Chris Morris ball to short third man, where all Shamsi had to do was accept, but he was unstable as the ball ...
  • Norway's 'PyeongChangnam Style' parody even more proof of Winter Olympics domination

    Norway's 'PyeongChangnam Style' parody even more proof of Winter Olympics domination

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    Speaking of Russian Federation, the nation's athletes finally have their first gold of PyeongChang , as 15-year-old Alina Zagitova edged teammate Evgenia Medvedeva for first place in the women's figure skating event . That boosted Korea's medal total to four golds, four silvers and four bronzes, with all but one coming on the ice in speedskating. What a difference three days make.
  • Arsenal boss Wenger: Guardiola not so special; it's about money

    Arsenal boss Wenger: Guardiola not so special; it's about money

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    We will decide the best one for the game, knowing our team, knowing the opponents. They continue to excel. "It's more hard, without Gabriel , without Raz, it's so hard". They've looked vulnerable with a back four, particularly as they've got attack minded full-backs. He has come to feel like an escapologist. Ramsey spoke to Arsenal's website and emphasized that they will put up a good show against City and they have previous experiences at the Wembley which will help them.
  • Shaq's son, Shareef, decommits from Arizona amid scandal

    Shaq's son, Shareef, decommits from Arizona amid scandal

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    Shareef O'Neal has reopened his recruiting in the wake of the latest developments regarding an ESPN report that says there are wiretaps of Sean Miller discussing paying DeAndre Ayton. O'Neal didn't sign a Letter of Intent in November, instead opting to sign non-binding scholarship papers. The 6-9, 200-pound forward at Crossroads School in Los Angeles is a four-star recruit and ranked the 28th top prospect in the 2018 class by Rivals.com.
  • Kentucky, Duke, UNC, Michigan State named in FBI's NCAA probe

    Kentucky, Duke, UNC, Michigan State named in FBI's NCAA probe

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    A new report from Yahoo's Pat Forde and Pete Thamel released early this morning provides more details, including names of players and programs, that are involved in the FBI's investigation of college basketball . The "Pina" document says Whitehead received $37,657 and was "setting up payment plan". Yahoo Sports provided a quote from a lawyer named Stu Brown who has a history of representing schools in NCAA compliance cases.
  • Butland howler gifts Leicester an equaliser

    Butland howler gifts Leicester an equaliser

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    The England worldwide diverted in Marc Albrighton's cross into his net to deny Stoke City their first win from their last four games. Claude Puel's men did not look as though they would find an equaliser with Butland mostly untested in the Stoke goal, before his horrendous error cost Paul Lambert's men a vital three points, with Harry Maguire and Matty James nearly winning it for Leicester , their efforts both thudding against the woodwork.
  • Aruna Reddy bags bronze for India at 2018 Gymnastic World Cup

    Aruna Reddy bags bronze for India at 2018 Gymnastic World Cup

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    Aruna will also contest in the final round of the floor event. The 22-year-old from Hyderabad scored 13.649 average points to win the bronze in the women's vault event at the FIG World Cup in Melbourne . Like in the case of most middle-class athletes in Indian sports, Aruna's is also "a story of struggle", says Pavani. "Her father was a very busy accountant".
  • Lukaku tipped for 'big things' by United team-mate Matic

    Lukaku tipped for 'big things' by United team-mate Matic

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    For a young player it's not an easy situation because everyone expects you to score in every game. "It is not easy to deal with that expectation but as he's shown already he's doing well", Matic said in an interview with Sky Sports on Friday.
  • Ronaldo strikes twice as Real thrash Alaves

    Ronaldo strikes twice as Real thrash Alaves

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    Talk of a crisis at Real Madrid is over for now, but the form of Gareth Bale remains a cause of concern ahead of this weekend's meeting with Alaves in La Liga. "We want to continue on this great run and tomorrow we want to put in a good performance". "I'm very sorry", Zidane reiterated, adding that Ceballos must have patience.
  • Saluting the gold medal winning US Olympic women's hockey team

    Saluting the gold medal winning US Olympic women's hockey team

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    Jocelyn Larocque, the Canadian defense-woman, immediately showed how displeased with the matches outcome even before leaving the rink. During the postgame medal ceremony, Larocque took off her silver medal nearly immediately after it was put around her neck.
  • Conte, Mourinho play down war of words ahead of Old Trafford clash

    Conte, Mourinho play down war of words ahead of Old Trafford clash

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    Despite his somewhat fractious relationship with current Chelsea coaching staff and fans, Mourinho remains on good terms with the club's board. Conte chose to drop both Alvaro Morata and winter signing Olivier Giroud against Barcelona and when quipped whether the latter could start at Old Trafford, the Italian said , "I think Olivier is working very well with us, I am pleased because he will stay with us for a long time ".
  • Scots' shock Six Nations win over England

    Scots' shock Six Nations win over England

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    But Scotland captain John Barclay saw his forecast that Russell, well below his best in the side's opening 34-7 loss to Wales, would have a big match vindicated in style. Just before half-time the Scots brought Murrayfield to its feet with their third try when Jones burst through England's midfield and held off the despairing tackles of fullback Mike Brown and wing Anthony Watson before going under the posts.
  • Canada's Toutant crowned in men's snowboard Big Air at PyeongChang Games

    Canada's Toutant crowned in men's snowboard Big Air at PyeongChang Games

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    Parrot and McMorris were considered medal favourites for big air, which was making its Olympic debut. Riders were evaluated on the difficulty of the tricks, execution of the run, amplitude of the techniques and landing of the jumps. Great Britain's Billy Morgan took the bronze. Justin Kripps, from Summerland, B.C., and his four-man bobsled of Alex Kpacz of London, Ont., Jesse Lumsden of Burlington, Ont., and Ottawa's Seyi Smith sit just off podium position in fourth place after the first two ...
  • Klopp proud of Firmino during FA investigation

    Klopp proud of Firmino during FA investigation

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    Liverpool manager Klopp was convinced throughout the 47-day process that Firmino would have no case to answer but was frustrated that he could not speak on his behalf until the FA concluded their investigation. "We were in talks with him, we spoke to him and we were all pretty sure", said Klopp. I like Stevie's desire, how he's doing a really good job there.