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Premier League top goal scorers: Who will win the Golden Boot race?

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Harry Kane is aiming to become only the third player to win three consecutive Premier League Golden Boots after Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry in the strongest race in recent memory.

Mauricio Pochettino eases Harry Kane injury fears for Tottenham

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Mauricio Pochettino has eased fears of an injury to Harry Kane, insisting the striker was merely withdrawn from Tottenham's 4-1 Premier League win over Liverpool as a precaution.

Tottenham 4 Liverpool 1: Harry Kane was a 'monster', says Heung-min Son

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Harry Kane was a 'monster' for Tottenham as they thrashed Liverpool 4-1 at Wembley on Sunday, according to Heung-min Son.

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Tottenham break Manchester United's Premier League attendance record at Wembley Stadium

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Tottenham broke Manchester United's Premier League attendance record in Sunday's Wembley clash against Liverpool.

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Arsene Wenger: Mesut Ozil back to his best after man-of-the-match Arsenal display

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Arsene Wenger believes Mesut Ozil is back to his best after inspiring Arsenal to a 5-2 win over Everton.

Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Neymar up for best Fifa men's player award in London

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Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo will be hoping to retain his Fifa men's player of the year crown in London on Monday night.

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Per Mertesacker revels in Arsenal's response to criticism as Mesut Ozil inspires thumping win over Everton

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Per Mertesacker is delighted by Arsenal's response to recent criticism as they scored five times at Goodison Park to pile the pressure on Everton.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic could play past 40, Manchester United star's agent claims

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic's agent has suggested that the Manchester United striker could play on for another five or six years.

EPL Table: 2017-18 Premier League standings for gameweek 9

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Tottenham and Arsenal enjoyed big wins on Sunday as Merseyside rivals Liverpool and Everton were both put to the sword in style.

Everton 2 Arsenal 5: Mesut Ozil ensures a happy birthday for Arsene Wenger and more misery for 10-man Toffees

Mesut Ozil inspired Arsenal as they came from behind to earn an emphatic 5-2 Premier League win against 10-man Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday.

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Deja vu for Arsenal as Wayne Rooney scores another stunning goal for Everton almost 15 years to the day

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Wayne Rooney was desperate to make history on the day he netted his famous strike against Arsenal in 2002 - and the Everton captain scored a remarkably similar goal almost 17 years on to the day.

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Harry Kane responds to Zinedine Zidane after Tottenham star hailed as 'complete player' by Real Madrid coach

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Harry Kane will use Zinedine Zidane's recent praise as a confidence boost as the striker looks to further improve for Tottenham.

Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce ready to 'break the bank' to sign Tottenham loanee Josh Onomah permanently

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Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce is ready to "break the bank" to make Josh Onomah's loan move from Tottenham a permanent deal.

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Lewis Hamilton on pole for US Grand Prix as Sebastian Vettel qualifies second

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Lewis Hamilton will start the United States Grand Prix from pole position after blitzing his rivals in Austin on Saturday.

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The Premier League should not allow Chelsea to have 34 players on loan, says Owen Hargreaves

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Former Manchester United and England midfielder Owen Hargreaves has slammed Chelsea's loan system and called on the Premier League to change the ruling around the number of players clubs can loan out at one time.

Saturday, Oct 21

Antonio Conte not afraid of Chelsea sack after coming through difficult spell

Antonio Conte insists he isn't scared of being sacked by Chelsea.

Chelsea analysis: Alvaro Morata bullied by Watford as Abdoulaye Doucoure outshines Tiemoue Bakayoko

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Michy Batshuayi came off the bench to score twice as Chelsea fought back from behind to win a six-goal thriller against Watford.

Chelsea 4 Watford 2: Substitute Michy Batshuayi scores two as Blues come from behind to win thriller

Michy Batshuayi's two goals inspired Chelsea to a comeback 4-2 win over Watford in a thrilling affair at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

Friday, Oct 20

Lewis Hamilton insists F1 title will be deserved despite Sebastian Vettel woes

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Title favourite Lewis Hamilton has insisted he will be a worthy champion despite Sebastian Vettel's recent implosion clearing the road to glory.

Max Verstappen extends Red Bull contract to 2020 following interest from Ferrari and Mercedes

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Max Verstappen has extended his contract at Red Bull until 2020.

Ascot Champions Day 2017 races: Racecards, results, winners, betting odds

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When QIPCO British Champions Day was launched at Ascot there were protests as traditionalists baulked at the centrepiece, the Champion Stakes, being switched from Newmarket.

Johnny Herbert: Sebastian Vettel's a winner and he'll keep fighting Lewis Hamilton until the very end

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Sebastian Vettel will not have arrived in Austin this weekend with the mindset that this year's world championship is a done deal.

Thursday, Oct 19

Olivier Giroud says Arsenal owe Red Star Belgrade win to 'amazing' goalkeeper Petr Cech

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Olivier Giroud's spectacular winner may have snatched the headlines but the French striker insisted it had been Petr Cech who was Arsenal's Europa League match-winner as they secured a 1-0 victory away to Red Star Belgrade.

FA opens inquiry into Eni Aluko's claim an England coach spoke to her in Caribbean accent

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Eni Aluko's claim that England women's goalkeeping coach Lee Kendall repeatedly spoke to her in a Caribbean accent, is being investigated by the Football Association.

Alex Lozowski signs new two-year Saracens deal despite Exeter interest

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Alex Lozowski, who was linked with a move to Premiership champions Exeter, has ended speculation about his future by signing a new contract that will keep him at Saracens until 2020.

Arsene Wenger risks more Arsenal damage by taking defensive gamble against Red Star Belgrade

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Arsenal have encountered little resistance during their Europa League campaign to date yet Arsene Wenger is still taking something of a defensive gamble in Serbia on Thursday.

Wednesday, Oct 18

FA chairman Greg Clarke blasted by MPs for calling institutional racism 'fluff' at football discrimination hearing

FA chairman Greg Clarke was today blasted by MPs for describing institutional racism as "fluff" as he gave evidence on discrimination in football.

Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall set to sign new long-term contract at Allianz Park

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Mark McCall is set to sign a new long-term contract with Saracens after leading the club to three Premiership titles and successive European crowns.

Toby Olubi: What Lee Johnston said was wrong but there's no way he's a racist

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Exclusive: Olubi says sport is still in the dark ages but Johnston is best man for the job

Tuesday, Oct 17

Maribor vs Liverpool LIVE score: Champions League goal updates and team news

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Klopp seeking first win of the European campaign

Expect David Warner to take Ashes tub-thumping back to its roots again

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David Warner, an idiot who wanders the world in search of unsuspecting villages, has been running his mouth about The Ashes. Which is excellent news.

Christian Benteke injury recovery on schedule as Crystal Palace striker targets return in 'a few weeks'

Crystal Palace forward Christian Benteke has said his recovery from a knee injury is going well and he is hoping to return to action in "a few weeks".

Carlos Takam will 'run through walls' to take Anthony Joshua's crown, warns Eddie Hearn

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It was a twist of fate which handed Anthony Joshua his early opportunity to become world heavyweight champion last year. Now he has been warned he faces a fighter who will "run through walls for this one" as Carlos Takam stepped in as a…