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Leicester v Crystal Palace could be postponed, admits Premier League CEO Richard Masters – Daily Mail

A regional flare-up of coronavirus cases means Leicester will not emerge from parts of lockdown as swiftly as the rest of England. The Foxes are unclear whether this will have an impact.

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Gary Neville REFUSED to pay £14.95 to watch Man Utd win over Newcastle on Sky Box Office after slamming club – The Sun

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MANCHESTER UNITED legend Gary Neville has revealed he refused to pay £14.95 to watch the club’s 4-1 win at Newcastle on Saturday.
The 45-year-old – who blasted the Red Devils for joking about fans not being allowed into St James’ Park prior to kick-off – instead followed the match on Sky Sports News.
Gary Neville uploaded this snap during Manchester United’s win against NewcastleCredit: [email protected]
Neville stated that he did not pay £14.95 to watch the encounter, though he did show his deli…

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10 riders to watch at the 2020 Vuelta a España – Cyclingnews.com

Primoz Roglic, Thibaut Pinot, Richard Carapaz to clash in final Grand Tour of 2020

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The Vuelta a España kicks off on Tuesday, with a unique 18-stage edition that runs until Sunday November 8. 
While the Tour de France and the ongoing Giro d’Italia swapped positions, the Vuelta is again the final Grand Tour of the season and has attracted a typically eclectic field of riders. 
From those who are in search of a second chance after the Tour de France, to others who are about to ride the 18 most important days of their seasons, there are plenty of big names and big storylines in …

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Kenny Miller in Celtic mole claim as Rangers hero ponders source of Parkhead leak – Daily Record

Neil Lennon admitted his frustration on Saturday after his side to face Rangers surfaced online hours before kick-off.

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Kenny Miller reckons the Celtic mole could prove fiercely difficult to track down.
Parkhead boss Neil Lennon was left furious on Saturday when his team to face Rangers surfaced online hours before kick-off.
His side went on to suffer an abject 2-0 defeat and Miller believes the advance warning proved a useful leg-up for the Ibrox men.
The former Rangers and Celtic striker doubts any of Lennon’s squad would be responsible and admits there are so many potential avenues that it’s difficult to pi…

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