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Premier League

SATURDAY 10TH SEPTEMBER 2016

  • Man Utd12:30Man City

  • Arsenal15:00Southampton

  • Bournemouth15:00West Brom

  • Burnley15:00Hull

  • Middlesbrough15:00Crystal Palace

  • Stoke15:00Tottenham

  • West Ham15:00Watford




Eriksen signs new Tottenham contract

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The 24-year-old has committed to the club until 2020, reiterating his belief that the Premier League side have a great future



Christian Eriksen has committed his future to Tottenham, signing a four year contract with the Premier League side.

The 24-year-old Denmark international is a key figure for Spurs, having helped Mauricio Pochettino's team to mount a genuine challenge for the Premier League title last season, ultimately finishing third behind Leicester City and runners-up Arsenal.

Read more: Eriksen signs new Tottenham contract

CONMEBOL: Argentina draw, win for Brazil

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CONMEBOL minnows Venezuela nearly pulled off a shock win against a Leo Messi-less Argentina, drawing 2-2 in Merida on Tuesday night.

Goals from Juanpi and Josef Martinez had the hosts two up with just over half an hour to play, but Edgardo Bauza's men eventually fought their way into the match.

Read more: CONMEBOL: Argentina draw, win for Brazil

UEFA World Cup Qualifying 2018Review : Swiss surprise Portugal, Dutch draw

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Breel Embolo helped Switzerland defeat Portugal on Tuesday.



Switzerland handed European champions Portugal a 2-0 defeat to begin their World Cup qualifying campaign on Tuesday.

Playing without the injured Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal fell behind after 23 minutes when keeper Rui Patricio parried Ricardo Rodriguez's free kick into the path of Breel Embolo.

Read more: UEFA World Cup Qualifying 2018Review : Swiss surprise Portugal, Dutch draw

Wayne Rooney: England boss Sam Allardyce on his captain's role

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Sam Allardyce’s debut win means the last nine permanent England managers have won their first game in charge of the Three Lions



Sam Allardyce says it is "not for me to say" where Wayne Rooney plays after starting his England reign with a 1-0 World Cup qualifying win in Slovakia.

England struggled against their 10-man hosts before Adam Lallana secured victory seconds from the final whistle.

Read more: Wayne Rooney: England boss Sam Allardyce on his captain's role


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