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Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United: Premier League – live! – The Guardian

Minute-by-minute report: Will West Ham maintain their recent good form in north London? Daniel Harris has the latest

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Presidential debate: Key takeaways from the Trump-Biden showdown – BBC News

The mute button changed the tone but did not stop the candidates from launching stinging attacks.

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Anthony ZurcherNorth America [email protected] Twitter
media captionWhat you missed – the best bits from Trump and Biden’s final debate
The mute button, or at least the threat of it, seemed to work. In the second presidential debate, Donald Trump and Joe Biden were more restrained.
The candidates allowed each other to speak. They used respectful tones. Even when they went on the attack, they did so in a calm, deliberate manner.
After a pugnacious first debate, during which Donald Trump’s constant…

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Presidential debate live: watch the final Trump-Biden duel with our columnists – Financial Times

The last debate: As Joe Biden and Donald Trump go toe-to-toe, join our columnists Edward Luce and Rana Foroohar and US managing editor Peter Spiegel for context…

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Peter Spiegel, US Managing Editor
Can a second presidential debate really alter the course of an election? If history is any guide, it’s usually the first debate that gets the biggest audience and sets the tone, which would be bad news for Donald Trump, whose first debate performance may go down as one of the most fatal in presidential history.
John Kennedy was able to look young and vigorous in the first-ever debate in 1960, and Richard Nixon never really caught up. Al Gore rolled his eyes and…

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Jurgen Klopp facing Diogo Jota conundrum as Liverpool consider Fabinho rethink – Liverpool Echo

Liverpool entertain Sheffield United in the Premier League on Saturday with Jurgen Klopp facing some selection posers

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Liverpool began their Champions League campaign in winning fashion against Ajax on Wednesday.
A freak own goal was enough to give the Reds a 1-0 win in their Group D opener in Amsterdam.
The Premier League and world champions now turn their focus back to top flight, with Jurgen Klopp considering a number of alterations.
And here we look ahead to the changes the Reds boss could make for the visit of Sheffield United on Saturday.
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