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Carolina Panthers vs Denver Broncos Super Bowl 50 LIVE: Follow the NFL showpiece action from the Levi's Stadium

Super Bowl 50 takes place in San Francisco on Sunday when the Carolina Panthers face the Denver Broncos. Follow all the action with Sportsmail's Rory Keane. The action commences at 11.30pm.
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£77 for this? You must be joking, say furious Liverpool fans with 'tempers boiling'

The clatter of seats could be heard and out they went in their droves. It was estimated more than 25 per cent of the 44,179 left Anfield in the 77th minute of Saturday's damaging draw with Sunderland.
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Sergio Parisse admits he 'should have been more patient' after botched drop-goal costs Italy against France 

It will be a chastened but spirited Sergio Parisse who will try to stop England in Rome after he was in the unusual position of accepting the blame for Italy's defeat by France.
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Manchester City want to tie Sergio Aguero down to another year before striker heads back home to Independiente

City want another year from the Argentinian, who scored his 18th goal of the season in Saturday’s defeat by Leicester. The striker has said he wants to end his career with his first club, Independiente.
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Eoin Morgan tells Nasser Hussain about the joy of Jos Buttler, our 'flawed' system and why England can win the World T20 

Former England captain Nasser Hussain joined one-day skipper Eoin Morgan for a fascinating conversation in Port Elizabeth to discuss the limited-overs revolution.
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Harry Kane confident Tottenham can end Manchester City jinx at the Etihad

OLIVER TODD AT WHITE HART LANE: Tottenham travel to the Etihad Stadium this week buoyed by Leicester City’s impressive win there, but with the express intention of hunting the Foxes down.
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Claudio Ranieri tells Leicester players 'don't look down' from Premier League summit

‘It’s like a climber,’ said the Italian after a stunning victory at the home of Manchester City had established the 5000-1 outsiders as favourites for the Premier League title for the first time.
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Danny Drinkwater’s title heroics with Leicester City show he can solve England’s defensive midfield problem

MARTIN SAMUEL: The notion that Danny Drinkwater, even more than team-mate Jamie Vardy, could solve a problem for Roy Hodgson this summer is gathering pace.
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Paul Nicholls tips Dodging Bullets for comeback success ahead of Queen Mother Champion Chase 

Paul Nicholls hopes Dodging Bullets’ prolonged absence can ultimately work in his favour with the horse lining up fresh to defend his Queen Mother Champion Chase crown.
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Eddie Jones urges Billy Vunipola to think big and rule the world after England number eight hands out demolition job on Scotland 

After a late flight back from Edinburgh on Saturday, England doubtless enjoyed the ‘five-star beers’ at their Surrey hotel, while knowing a week of hard graft and urgent problem-solving lies ahead.
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Dylan Hartley produced a performance which had shades of World Cup-winning skipper Martin Johnson against Scotland

SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: Same again for Rome. Just because England have a new coach doesn't mean they have to abandon common sense and adopt radical measures and experiment wildly.
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England are out to smack Italy and give them a good hiding, roars Eddie Jones but coach admits Rome test will be difficult

England will follow up their opening RBS 6 Nations victory over Scotland by aiming for a Valentine's Day massacre of Italy, warned Eddie Jones as the Red Rose look to keep Grand Slam hopes alive.
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Robin Goodfellow's Racing Tips: All the best bets for Monday, February 8

Sportsmail racing expert Robin Goodfellow gives his hottest selections ahead of Monday's races at Musselburgh, Fakenham and Wolverhampton...
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Dylan Hartley hit all the right notes... he knew there were people waiting to see him lose his head, but they were waiting in vain 

Try as he might to play it down, Dylan Hartley’s appointment as England captain meant he was under close personal scrutiny. He knew there were people waiting to see him lose his head.
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Thierry Henry: Arsenal should be walking away with the Premier League this season... you have to question their mentality

Thierry Henry has questioned Arsene Wenger’s insistence that Arsenal have the ‘nerve’ to go the distance in the Premier League title race after they beat Bournemouth on Sunday.
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Granada 1-2 Real Madrid: Luka Modric's stunner spares Zinedine Zidane's blushes as side sweat for first away win since November

PETE JENSON: Luka Modric's stunning strike spared Real Madrid's blushes as Granada's valiant efforts proved in vain with Zinedine Zidane's side moving four points off leaders Barcelona.
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Louis van Gaal forced to defend his position again after Manchester United throw away two points at Chelsea

Louis van Gaal launched into another bizarre rant after being questioned about Manchester United's move for Jose Mourinho. The Dutchman lost his cool after being asked about Mourinho.
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John Terry: There is no communication between me and Chelsea regarding my future at the moment 

The Blues captain came out after last weekend's FA Cup fourth round victory over MK Dons and announced that he would be leaving the club at the end of the season.
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Gary Neville is adamant he will find the answer to turn around Valencia's fortunes

Gary Neville has showed no signs of resigning as Valencia manager on Sunday, despite failing to win a league game for the club at the ninth attempt, having witnessed a costly defeat at Real Betis.
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Chelsea have become the Premier League's draw specialists... they look passive and placid without Jose Mourinho's spirit 

IAN LADYMAN AT OLD TRAFFORD: One of the great things about Jose Mourinho at his best was that you could see his personality written in blue and white letters right through his teams.
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Hull 16-16 Castleford: Josh Mantellato last gasp conversion grabs draw for hosts

Josh Mantellato converted his own try with the last kick of the game from the touchline as Hull KR snatched a 16-16 draw against Castleford in the opening round of Super League XXI.
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Granada 1-2 Real Madrid La Liga LIVE: Youssef El-Arabi equalises for the hosts

Real Madrid visit Granada looking to preserve their unbeaten run under new manager Zinedine Zidane and a win would close the gap on Barcelona. Follow Sportsmail's coverage of the 7.30pm kick-off
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Chelsea 1-1 Manchester United PLAYER RATINGS: Thibaut Courtois impresses with string of fine saves

Manchester United's hopes of a top-four finish in the Premier League this season were dealt a blow after they drew 1-1 with Chelsea on Sunday. Here, Sami Mokbel has player ratings for the game.
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Wakefield 16-24 Widness: Setaimata Sa scores two debut tries to down Wildcats

The Vikings enjoyed three comfortable wins over the Wildcats in 2015 but they were made to work hard this time as Brian Smith's new-look side provided glimpses of hope.
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Adam Lallana admits Liverpool only have themselves to blame for throwing away two-goal lead against Sunderland

Cruising at 2-0 up with nine minutes to go after the England international's fourth goal of the season had followed Roberto Firmino's 59th-minute opener they contrived to throw away two points.
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Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma suffers horror knee injury during Manchester United clash 

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Chelsea's indifferent season appears to have taken a turn for the worse with a gruesome-looking injury to defender Kurt Zouma.
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Chelsea 1-1 Manchester United: Diego Costa nets late equaliser after stunning Jesse Lingard strike looked to have sealed victory

MARTIN SAMUEL AT STAMFORD BRIDGE: The injury-time equaliser is becoming a speciality at Stamford Bridge. From nowhere, Chelsea are now a team that fights to the end.
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Wayne Rooney and John Terry are not the players they once were... but they are still key players for their struggling sides 

Over the past decade the two men, England captain past and present, have been talismanic at their clubs, driving Chelsea and Manchester United on to glory. They are still vital to the two sides.
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Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal will state Premier League title credentials against Leicester after victory over Bournemouth

MATT BARLOW AT THE VITALITY STADIUM: Arsene Wenger has no doubt that his team have the 'quality' and 'nerve' to go the distance in this title race after stopping their form rot in Bournemouth.
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Boris Johnson gives David Cameron one-week deadline for plans to win back British sovereignty

Friends of Johnson say he is 'genuinely deliberating' which side of the EU campaign to join. The PM has pledged to bring in new laws to guarantee British sovereignty in bid to woo the London Mayor.
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Two migrant women dead from cold in Bulgaria

Two female migrants have been found dead in a mountainous rural region of Bulgaria after freezing to death in the harsh weather conditions, authorities said Sunday,
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Most badly drawn e-fits include Lego hair and even a Rolf Harris look-a-like

These are among the most badly drawn e-fits released by Gloucestershire Constabulary in the hope of tracking down wanted criminals.
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Halfords staff sacked after leaving racist abuse on a customer's phone 

Two people have been dismissed from Halfords Autocentre in Grays, Essex, after they phoned a customer to confirm a booking - but failed to hang up and left racist abuse on his voicemail.
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Dental nurse who gave her friend a facelift even though she has no qualifications

Adele Royston, 41, from Bradford, could be struck off after she admitted carrying out the procedure in court.
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Moment a family of three are rescued by passers-by when their car is swallowed by a 16ft-wide sinkhole 

These are the dramatic scenes as Edgar Orlando Bartolo Silva and his family are rescued from their car after it disappeared into a sinkhole in Trujillo in Peru last weekend.
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Benoit Violier who committed suicide was 'the victim of a £1million wine scam' 

Reports claim Benoit Violier, 44, who ran the Restaurant de l'Hotel de Ville in Switzerland, was the victim of a scam allegedly masterminded by Swiss wine company Private Finance Partners.
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7 arrested in Spain for 'supplying arms to ISIS' disguised as humanitarian aid

The seven men were arrested in Alicante, Valencia and Spain's north African enclave of Ceuta, accused of sending bomb-making equipment to ISIS leaders in Syria and Iraq disguised as aid.
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David Cameron's EU benefit clampdown could INCREASE the surge in migrants

David Davis, the former Europe minister, said media coverage of Cameron's proposals would encourage EU workers to rush to the UK before the deal can be implemented.
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'Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain seems to be a bit of a joker': Graeme Souness slams Arsenal player for not being serious enough

Graeme Souness has issued a warning to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain saying that the Arsenal player hasn't progressed quickly enough and doesn't take himself seriously.
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Ireland 16-16 Wales: Visitors battle back from 13-point deficit to earn draw in gripping Six Nations encounter at the Aviva Stadium

NIK SIMON AT THE AVIVA STADIUM: Despite playing the best rugby of the opening weekend, both teams saw their Grand Slam hopes cruelly slip away.
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Lord Brittan 'would have been cleared of rape', leaked report concluded

The former Home Secretary was investigated on suspicion of attacking a woman in the 1960s, but the Metropolitan Police decided that there was not enough evidence to charge him.
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Bernard Hogan-Howe will publicly apologise to Lord Bramall

Britain's most senior police officer Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has indicated he will publicly apologise to Lord Bramhall and other VIPs falsely accused of child sex abuse in order to keep his job, it has been claimed.
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Duck axed from Mallard engineer Nigel Gresley statue plans

A sculpture of Sir Nigel Gresely is due to be unveiled at King's Cross Station in April but the removal of a duck planned to be standing at his feet has sparked a bitter dispute among admirers.
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Real Betis 1-0 Valencia: Ruben Castro strike inflicts more misery on Gary Neville 

PETE JENSON AT THE ESTADIO BENITO VILLAMARIN: Gary Neville's week went from bad to worse, as the under-pressure Valencia manager remains without a win in La Liga.
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Alice Cachia found herself on wikiFeet after Googling her name

Alice Cachia, 21, of Maidstone, Kent, was searching for information about herself online while applying for a job when she came across the website ‘wikiFeet’.
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Pilot survives emergency landing after plane plunged into a field in Seine-et-Marne

The small plane’s engine failed shortly after take-off from an airfield in Seine-et-Marne, which forced the pilot into a descent that saw him steer into a field.
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Hospedia doubles cost of NHS hospital TV service

NHS patients are paying up to £40 a week to access TV and internet services in their beds using technology provided by a US company.
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Eddie Howe insists Mathieu Flamini should have been sent off: 'It is a simple decision so I was surprised by the yellow card 

Flamini escaped with a yellow card from referee Kevin Friend for the challenge on Dan Gosling and the visitors went on to win 2-0 with goals from Mesut Ozil and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
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Turkey will open its border to 35,000 Syrian refugees 'if necessary'

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the country would open the borders 'if necessary' in the event of an 'extraordinary crisis' as thousands of Syrian refugees arrive by the day.
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Has Nicholas Soames had a gastric surgery? MP colleagues believe the Tory heavyweight has slimmed down after having an operation

Sir Nicholas Soames is reportedly 'moping' around the Houses of Parliament and complaining that he 'can't even look at food'.