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Scotland get their ticket to France as Euro 2016 hosts announce June friendly in Metz

Scotland are going to France this year after all with the 2016 European Championship hosts announcing Gordon Strachan's side will contest a friendly on June 4 in the northeastern city of Metz.
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Franck Ribery returns to training as Pep Guardiola hails Bayern Munich midfielder a 'warrior' after three months on the sidelines 

Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery has handed Pep Guardiola a boost, by returning to full training for the first time since sustaining a thigh injury back in December.
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Jurgen Klopp 'impressed' by Daniel Sturridge as Liverpool striker nears return to fitness in time for West Ham FA cup tie

Liverpool have received a boost after their manager Jurgen Klopp described injury-plagued Daniel Sturridge's recent training session as 'impressive.'  He could return against West Ham
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Hashim Amla says South Africa facing 'three finals' to salvage ODI series

South Africa are readying themselves for the first of 'three finals in a row' as they try to avoid adding one-day international series defeat to their Test disappointment against England.
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British tennis flying high with six players boasting positions in top 100 and the Davis Cup in the trophy cabinet... our stars are product of their own hard endeavours

British tennis could still boast that, as of Monday morning, it has three players of either sex in the world’s top 100 singles ranking for the first time since 1979.
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Real Madrid had just 11 fans attend their win at Granada... but why are the Spanish so averse to travelling to away games?

Real Madrid had 11 men on the pitch for their match against Granada on Sunday and only 11 in the stands watching them. There are explanations, and exceptions to this strange phenomenon.
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Memphis Depay, Pedro and Christian Benteke feature in our 10 transfer flops of the Premier League season 

As the Premier League season moves into its final phase, we take a look at some of last summer's arrivals who haven't quite been able to make their mark in England's top flight. 
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Chelsea determined to keep hold of Andreas Christensen as Borussia Monchengladbach push for permanent transfer 

Chelsea are ready to block Borussia Monchengladbach's attempts to sign defender Andreas Christensen. The 19-year-old is on a two-year loan and scored twice on Friday night.
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Neil Redfearn sacked by Rotherham after just four months in charge

Championship strugglers Rotherham United have sacked Neil Redfearn after appointing him as manager in October. Redfearn won just five of his 21 games in charge of the Millers.
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Heavyweights Ben Rothwell and former champion Junior dos Santos to headline UFC Fight Night 86 in Croatia

Exciting emerging American heavyweight Ben Rothwell and former champion Junior dos Santos will headline the first UFC event to held in Croatia on April 10.
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Katie Price's wedding day to Peter Andre was all 'a blur' due to depression

The 37-year-old model spoke candidly on Loose Women, where she is a host, about her struggles in the face of mental health issues and how it affected her marriage to Peter
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Amanda Holden swears and throws her microphone across the stage at BGT

She's well-known for her roles in musical theatre, but not everyone is a fan of Amanda Holden's singing skills. 
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Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny praises 'important' win over Bournemouth as his side prepare for crunch Leicester clash

Laurent Koscielny has urged Arsenal to kick on from their vital win at Bournemouth and put themselves firmly back into the Barclays Premier League title picture.
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Arsenal snap up scout Ben Wrigglesworth from Premier League leaders Leicester

Arsenal have completed the capture of Leicester’s highly-rated scout Ben Wrigglesworth. Sportsmail revealed the Gunners swoop for the Foxes’ head of technical scouting on January 15.
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England captain Eoin Morgan rules out Kevin Pietersen making T20 return

Eoin Morgan has unequivocally ended any faint hopes Kevin Pietersen might have had of being selected in England's ICC World Twenty20 squad on Wednesday
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Thierry Henry continues coaching work at Arsenal's London Colney training base - a day after questioning whether they are good enough to win the Premier League

Less than a day after questioning Arsenal's title credentials, Thierry Henry has been back at his old club to run a training session for the Under 19s. 
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'We don't want fans to leave': Klopp says Liverpool are working on solution to ticket problems... but club cancel planned Q&A over pricing dispute 

Liverpool have cancelled a question and answer session with supporters on Twitter as the furore over tickets prices continues to rumble on after Saturday's mass walk-out from Anfield.
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Stadium ban and police action for Ajax fan who lynched effigy of Feyenoord keeper Kenneth Vermeer as 'appalling' crowd behaviour at De Klassieker is condemned

The fan who hung a repulsive effigy of former Ajax keeper Kenneth Vermeer, now at Feyenoord, before Sunday's De Klassieker clash has been banned from Amsterdam ArenA.
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Stoke must take more risks, insists manager Mark Hughes as side go four Premier League games without scoring 

Stoke City players should start taking more risks to end their four-game winless streak in the Premier League, manager Mark Hughes said after Saturday's 3-0 drubbing at the hands of Everton.
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Jose Mourinho as Manchester United manager... Sportsmail addresses the pros and cons

Talk of Jose Mourinho finally ending up as Manchester United manager this summer continues apace. Sportsmail looks at the pros and cons of his potential appointment.
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England are in a 'brilliant place' at the moment, says bowler Reece Topley as they look to secure ODI series win 

PAUL NEWMAN IN CENTURION: England’s have the chance to become the first team since Australia in 2002 to complete wins in both the Test and ODI series on tour in South Africa.
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John Terry displays control around the green with impressive chipping display hours after draw with Manchester United

As the highest scoring defender in Premier League history, John Terry dispelled the belief long ago that those at the back, lack composure in front of goal, struggling to find the target.
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Win a pair of tickets to meet and greet the Liverpool squad and watch them train, courtesy of Carlsberg

MailOnline has teamed up with Carlsberg to give a one lucky reader the chance to meet the Liverpool squad and to watch them train.
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Chelsea set to miss out on Ezequiel Lavezzi with Paris Saint-Germain forward poised for Shanghai Shenhua move

Chelsea target Ezequiel Lavezzi is expected to finalise a move to Shanghai Shenhua over the next 24 hours. The Paris St Germain forward is out of contract in the summer.
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Chelsea chase Antoine Griezmann as Atletico Madrid star eyes move to the Premier League

Chelsea have been dealt a key boost in their pursuit of Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann. The France international, if he leaves Spain, will prioritise a switch to the Premier League this summer.
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‘Gary go now’: Valencia fans make their feelings known after yet another defeat damages Neville’s reputation even further 

The ‘Gary go now’ songs took a while to be heard. But on returning from their last two away days, the English boss has heard them loud and clear as the team coach pulls into the club’s training ground.
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Manchester City stars take part in Chopstick Challenge to celebrate Chinese New Year... but which player got the better of Joe Hart? 

Manchester City welcomed in the Chinese New Year by taking part in a Chopstick Challenge this week. Sergio Aguero, Kevin De Bruyne, Joe Hart and Fabian Delph went head-to-head.
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Sunderland can replicate Leicester last season by avoiding relegation - our team spirit is great, insists Jermain Defoe 

Sunderland striker Jermain Defoe is looking to Leicester City for inspiration as his relegation-threatened club bid to stay in the Premier League.
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Raheem Sterling a neighbour of Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester City star moves into £3.5m Cheshire mansion nearby rivals Manchester United's legendary manager

Friendly Manchester rivalry is set for the streets of Cheshire after Raheem Sterling netted a £3.5million mansion close to Sir Alex Ferguson's.
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West Ham boss Slaven Bilic 'well prepared' for whatever Liverpool team Jurgen Klopp sends out ahead of FA Cup replay

Slaven Bilic says he is ready for whatever Jurgen Klopp throws at his West Ham side with the Liverpool boss prepared to rotate again in Tuesday’s FA Cup replay.
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Ireland prove strength in depth in draw with Wales, says Rhys Ruddock as depleted Six Nations holders begin title defence

Joe Schmidt's defending champions Ireland can still set the RBS 6 Nations standard, even without a raft of injured frontline stars, according to substitute flanker Rhys Ruddock.
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Beth Tweddle thanks fans for their support after breaking her back on The Jump

The 30-year-old is currently recovering in a hospital in Austria and has had surgery to fuse fractured vertebrae in her neck.
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Arsenal start losing games they should be winning at this time every season... but this could be their year, says Benik Afobe 

After more than 14 years connected to the club Benik Afobe knows the routine all too well when it comes to Arsenal and the title race. They flatter, they deceive, they fall short and they end up disappointed.
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Leicester City lead the Premier League with Arsenal, Manchester City and Tottenham in their wake... but will they hang on?

ADAM SHERGOLD: We are staring at one of the most remarkable finishes to a top-flight season in English football history. But who will win the Premier League? We look into the crystal ball
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Virgil van Dijk backs Southampton to extend their five game unbeaten Premier League run against Swansea next weekend

Southampton's five-game unbeaten run in the Premier League, which has lifted them to seventh in the table, has halted a worrying mid-season slump, according to defender Virgil van Dijk.
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Manchester City were woeful against Leicester so, who will Pep Guardiola keep and who will be shown the door?

In light of Saturday's defeat by Leicester which leaves Manchester City fourth in the Premier League, Sportsmail looks at who is likely to stay and who is likely to go when the Pep revolution begins.
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Floyd Mayweather satisfies his sweet tooth with Haribos as retired boxer continues European victory tour in Sheffield 

A rigorous diet is part and parcel of a prizefighters training, but for Floyd Mayweather, watching what he tucks into his no longer a concern. Stepping out in style like only he can
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Premier League Team of the Weekend: Mesut Ozil and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are in as Riyad Mahrez impresses again

Mesut Ozil and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain impressed in Arsenal's win over Bournemouth on Sunday as the midfield duo scored in the 2-0 victory.
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Tim Cahill expects Chinese transfer fees to break the £70m mark as European stars are tempted to the Far East

Shanghai Shenhua attacking midfielder Tim Cahill predicts that Chinese Super League spending will only increase as the clubs continue to target Europe's stars.
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Valencia legend Gaizka Mendieta: Under-fire boss Gary Neville won't be sacked... the players must take some of the blame

As Valencia failed to win yet another La Liga clash under Gary Neville, the pressure continues to grow but Gaizka Mendieta believes the former Man United defender will not be sacked. 
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Christian Fuchs dominated David Silva as Leicester beat Manchester City while Jonjo Shelvey has his spark back since moving to Newcastle - 10 THINGS WE LEARNED

After an action-packed weekend in the Premier League and Football League, RALPH ELLIS sifted through the statistics. Here he shares what he has learned this weekend.
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Michelin-starred chef Glynn Purnell hits back at online savaging of tiny portions

Glynn Purnell (pictured) said the review was 'littered with lies' in a scathing reply to the review on Trip Adviser after four customers slammed his restaurant in Birmingham.
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Rochdale child rapist fled to Pakistan half way through his trial

Police have issued an appeal to find Choudhry Ikhalaq Hussain, from Rochdale, who fled the country after he was found guilty of rape. Greater Manchester Police say he could be in Pakistan.
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UK weather experiences Storm Imogen with rail tracks underwater and road chaos

Storm Imogen has battered the South and gave many commuters a horrendous journey to work as trains on various networks were disrupted and ferries across the Channel cancelled.
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Boy identifies as girl in one of youngest gender transition cases

The head teacher of the Nottinghamshire school has written to parents and classmates to inform them of the boy's wish to be treated as a girl.
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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp could be back to face the media on Monday after undergoing surgery to remove his appendix 

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp hopes to be back to work less than 48 hours after an operation to remove his appendix. He missed the 2-2 draw with Sunderland as he was undergoing surgery.
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Super Bowl 50 sees Twitter erupt with memes as Chris Martin gets sidelined

The Coldplay frontman hit the stage at the prestigious half-time slot where he was joined by previous Super Bowl performers Beyonce and Bruno Mars.
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Calais Jungle camp could reappear in Kent OVERNIGHT if Britain quits the EU

The Prime Minister's spokeswoman said there would be 'no guarantee' agreements with France that effectively place the British border in Calais would survive the UK leaving the EU.
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Thomas Davis fought through pain barrier to feature for Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl finale

PETER CARLINE: After breaking his forearm in the NFC Championship game a fortnight ago, Thomas Davis posted a picture of the 12-inch scar on his right forearm.
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Brendon McCullum retires from ODI cricket with a victory after New Zealand dominate rivals Australia

Brendon McCullum bowed out of one-day internationals with a win as New Zealand beat Australia by 55 runs at Hamilton to win the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy.