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Lacazette recalled, Ozil and Guendouzi still out – How Arsenal and Leicester should line-up for clash at Emirates

Lacazette recalled, Ozil and Guendouzi still out – How Arsenal and Leicester should line-up for clash at Emirates

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Arsenal and Leicester face each other at the Emirates on Tuesday night with both sides in search of vital Premier League points. The Gunners are playing catch up in their bid to secure Champions League football and are six points behind Manchester United in fifth, which looks likely to be get the final place due to Man City’s impending Europe ban. Getty Images - Getty Ozil has not played a minute for the Gunners since the restart Leicester are trying to keep the chasing pack at arms length and three points would put the pressure on others. Mesut Ozil has back soreness, according to Arsenal’s latest injury report, and will be assessed ahead of the Leicester game. He is yet to feature for the Gunners since the restart so is unlikely to feature, certain
Tottenham vs Man United LIVE tonight: How to watch Premier League clash – live stream, TV channel, kick-off time, team news

Tottenham vs Man United LIVE tonight: How to watch Premier League clash – live stream, TV channel, kick-off time, team news

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Tottenham and Manchester United will get their seasons up and running again in a Friday night blockbuster.Three months on from the Premier League being forced to stop due to COVID-19, the top-flight is back and ready for a hectic end to the 2019/20 season. Games will come thick and fast over the coming weeks and Friday night will see a huge clash between Jose Mourinho’s Spurs and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s United. Four points separate these two teams in the table and both are still striving to claim a European place. Marcus Rashford scored twice as Man United beat Spurs in December gossip Chelsea news: Havertz tweet excites fans, key midfielder could be sold to fund move
India-China clash: Two sides blame each other for deadly fighting

India-China clash: Two sides blame each other for deadly fighting

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China and India have accused each other of provoking fighting in which at least 20 Indian soldiers were killed in a disputed Himalayan border area.Soldiers reportedly brawled with sticks, bats and bamboo sticks studded with nails in the late-night clash in the Ladakh region on Monday.But both sides insist no shots were fired, as part of a longstanding pact.India's army said that both sides suffered casualties. China confirmed the incident but did not give details.The Indian statement notes that injured soldiers were "exposed to sub-zero temperatures in the high altitude terrain".An extraordinary escalation 'with rocks and clubs'It is the first deadly clash between the two sides in the border area, in the disputed Kashmir region, ...
Valencia fans defy advice on coronavirus and show up in their thousands to support team before Champions League clash with Atalanta at the Mestalla

Valencia fans defy advice on coronavirus and show up in their thousands to support team before Champions League clash with Atalanta at the Mestalla

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Valencia fans turned up in their thousands outside the Mestalla for the Spanish club’s Champions League clash with Atalanta on Tuesday night. Despite the last-16 second leg taking place behind closed doors due to the coronavirus outbreak, and Valencia’s 4-1 deficit form the first leg, supporters still gathered in huge numbers to support their team. AFP or licensors Valencia fans defied government advice Getty - Pool There was an incredible atmosphere outside the Mestalla The number of cases in Spain surpassed 1,000 by Tuesday morning, and Spanish authorities advised that football should be played with no spectators for a minimum of two weeks. Spain’s ministry of health warned against ‘large gatherings of fans’,

US, China clash over head of UN intellectual property agency

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Dozens of countries are voting in a pivotal phase of an election to choose the next head of the U.N.'s intellectual property agencyBy JAMEY KEATEN Associated PressMarch 4, 2020, 10:11 AM2 min readGENEVA -- Dozens of countries are voting Wednesday in a pivotal phase of an election to choose the next head of the U.N.'s intellectual property agency, a contest for a key post in the Digital Age that has pit the United States against China's candidate. The results of the closed-door voting by 83 states on a key committee of the World Intellectual Property Organization to choose its next director-general could come later Wednesday. WIPO's general assembly has final say in May, but it has never rejected a committee nominee since the agency was created in 1967. After the year began with 10 candida...