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(Reuters) - Leicester City defender Jonny Evans has said it is too early to consider his side as Premier League title contenders despite an impressive 2-0 win over Arsenal that saw them move up to second in the table.
LIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) - Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp says being nine points above Manchester City feels "completely new" and praised his side's intensity after a 3-1 victory over their Premier League title rivals at Anfield on Sunday.
(Reuters) - Manager Juergen Klopp has said Liverpool will not play their League Cup quarter-final tie if it cannot be rescheduled to a suitable date that avoids clashing with the Club World Cup in December.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - ACT Brumbies coach Dan McKellar has ruled himself out of the running to replace Michael Cheika as coach of Australia, saying he is not ready to step up to test level.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand Rugby (NZR) boss Steve Tew has poured cold water on the prospect of Warren Gatland coaching the All Blacks due to his commitment to the British and Irish Lions.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - With the meek quarter-final exit from the Rugby World Cup marking the definitive derailment of Michael Cheika's roller-coaster tenure as Australia coach, the Wallabies are moving quickly to secure a replacement.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Inaugural champion Justin Thomas staved off a challenge by Danny Lee to claim his second CJ Cup title in three years with a two-shot victory over the Korean-born New Zealander at Nine Bridges on Sunday.
(Reuters) - Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne and John Stones could be in contention for Saturday's Premier League trip to Crystal Palace, manager Pep Guardiola said.
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton sent his fans a burst of positive energy on Friday after he started the week by saying he felt like "giving up on everything" because the world was in such a mess.
TOKYO (Reuters) - All Blacks coach Steve Hansen said cancelling Saturday's World Cup match against Italy due to Typhoon Hagibis was a 'no-brainer' but he also had sympathy for the Azzurri after they were denied a chance to play for a place in the quarter-finals.