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BPL (2015-2016) : Newcastle United vs Tottenham Hotspur Preview

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(Game Time 15/05/16  22:00 Brunei)

Tottenham are aiming for a third successive win at St James' Park


Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez could make changes after his side's relegation was confirmed on Wednesday.

Striker Aleksandar Mitrovic may be recalled for his first start in six games, but captain Fabricio Coloccini remains out with a calf injury.

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BPL (2015-2016) : Arsenal vs Aston Villa Preview

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Arsenal vs Aston Villa Preview


Midfielder Jack Wilshere could make his first start for Arsenal since the final day of last season as he steps up his fitness after a broken leg.

Mesut Ozil is likely to play after missing out with a hip injury last weekend, but Danny Welbeck is out for nine months after having knee surgery.

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Ibrahimovic confirms Paris-Saint Germain departure

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The Sweden international took to Facebook to reveal that Saturday's clash with Nantes will be his last at the Parc des Princes after taking the decision not to renew his contract




Zlatan Ibrahimovic has confirmed he will leave Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season.

Ibrahimovic told Goal that he was yet to make a decision on his future earlier this week, but confirmed he was in talks with a host of other clubs.

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John Terry: Chelsea considering 'different role' at Chelsea

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John Terry has won the Premier League four times



Chelsea captain John Terry is considering whether to accept a "different role" at the club after being offered a new one-year deal.

Terry, 35, is out of contract at the end of this season and in January said he would not be extending his stay.

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Ki Sung-yueng to miss Man City game for South Korea military duty

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Ki Sung-yueng was on loan at Sunderland from Swansea in 2013-14



Swansea's Ki Sung-yueng will miss Sunday's Premier League finale against Manchester City to take part in military service in South Korea.

South Koreans must complete two years' compulsory military service before the age of 29 or face being exiled.

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