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Soccer – Koeman demands total focus

Everton manager Ronald Koeman is determined that his players are not complacent when they visit struggling Hull City. The Tigers are at the bottom of the Premier League table after losing 3-0 at home to Manchester City on Boxing Day while Everton are on a high after recording a 2-0 victory at Leicester City in their last match. However, Koeman is wary of a Tigers side that contained Manchester City for 70 minutes before conceding three late goals on Monday

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Soccer – Puel insists duo will stay at St Mary’s

Claude Puel is in no doubt that impressive central defensive duo Virgil van Dijk and Jose Fonte will not be leaving Southampton in next month’s transfer window. Dutch defender van Dijk has been linked with Chelsea and Manchester City recently while Everton and Manchester United are believed to be interested in signing Portugal international Fonte. However, Saints boss Puel said: “Of course they will both stay

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Cricket – Anderson misses Chennai finale

England fast bowler James Anderson will not be risked for the fifth and final Test match against India in Chennai, which gets under way on Friday. The tourists, already 3-0 down after four matches of the five-game series, are unwilling to gamble on the fitness of Anderson, who only recently returned to action after long-term shoulder problems. Captain Alastair Cook, admitted that the call may have been different had the series still been in the balance, but is adamant that the decision is the right one for both the player and the team in the long run.

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Soccer – Mane expects Liverpool to cope

Liverpool forward Sadio Mane firmly believes the team will continue their Premier League title challenge during his month-long absence at the Africa Cup of Nations. The 24-year-old is the Reds’ eight-goal top scorer this season, but he will depart Anfield after their festive fixtures against Stoke, Manchester City and Sunderland to link up with the Senegal squad ahead of next month’s tournament in Gabon from 14th January.

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Formula 1 – Ricciardo to stick with Red Bull

Red Bull have been boosted by Daniel Ricciardo’s pledge to see out the next two years of his contract despite being linked with a move to Formula 1 rivals Mercedes. The Silver Arrows are looking to replace Nico Rosberg in their driver ranks for 2017 after the German quit the sport less than a week after becoming world champion for the first time in his career at the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on 27th November.

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Soccer – Parish refuses to be hasty

Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish insists there will be no rush to appoint a new manager after parting company with Alan Pardew on Thursday. Sam Allardyce is 1/10 with bet365 to be Palace’s next permanent manager but Parish is keen to take his time before naming Pardew’s successor. The Eagles are just one point above the relegation zone ahead of a Boxing Day clash against Watford, which they are 9/1 to win 1-0

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Soccer – Klopp cool on title talk

Liverpool head coach Jurgen Klopp has played down talk of his side stuttering in their pursuit of the Premier League title, with the Reds 7/1 with bet365 to be crowned champions. The Merseysiders could only draw at home to West Ham on Sunday, meaning they are now six points behind Premier League leaders Chelsea, who edged out West Brom 1-0 at Stamford Bridge earlier on in the day. Klopp, however, was keen to stress the need to stay focused on the job in hand and not be too concerned at losing ground to a Blues outfit who have won nine in a row.

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Horse Racing – Cue Card targeted by Bradstock

Sara Bradstock is confident that Coneygree has got the pedigree needed to defeat Cue Card if the two horses meet in the King George VI Chase at Kempton on Boxing Day. 2015 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Coneygree was well beaten by Colin Tizzard’s charge in the Betfair Chase at Haydock last month, but Bradstock insists there is better to come from her charge. Looking ahead to Kempton, where Coneygree is 4/1 with bet365 to win the King George, Bradstock has no doubts about how the race will need to be run tactically if they are going to down the reigning champion.

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