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Former title rivals Spurs, Leicester face off in clash of contrasting centre-backs

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson and Steve Nicol say Spurs are struggling to score without Harry Kane in the lineup.

They meet as opposites and equivalents. When Tottenham host Leicester on Saturday, it is not merely a reunion of the 2015-16 Premier League title rivals. It's a clash of ideas about how to prevent goals from being scored. The match should offer an example of completely contrasting centre-backs, but with the caveat that last season showed that very different methods can both be successful.

Leicester's Wes Morgan and Robert Huth are the throwback duo, all brawn and bulk. Tottenham's Toby Alderweireld...

 By Derek Bilton

Eden Hazard and Chelsea to continue strong Prem form under Conte

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Eden Hazard has been backed to continue his good scoring form when Chelsea visit Southampton.

A look at the weekend's action in the Premier League ....

Hazard on target on the south coast

Antonio Conte's Chelsea head to Southampton on Sunday in relatively good spirits despite a midweek EFL Cup defeat at the hands of West Ham.

Last weekend they humiliated Manchester United 4-0 at Stamford Bridge and will be buoyed by the fact they have lost just one of their last eight visits to Southampton in the Premier League, winning five and drawing two.

Conte came in for some criticism over his touchline...

Pardew, Crystal Palace need to stop the bleeding

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew reacts after James Tomkins missed a chance to score 

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After back to back defeats, the pressure is starting to mount on Alan Pardew and his new style of play.

Alan Pardew is a manager haunted by his past. Whether it's the long-term difficulty he faced at Newcastle United, or the more recent form at Palace, it creeps up on him whenever there's a sign of something going wrong.

The problem that he faces is multifaceted -- a mixture of mistrust, a lack of accountability and a record for streaks of poor performances. It happened at Newcastle, and it's happening again at Crystal Palace.

Pardew laboured in the North East under an owner intent on selling the...

 By Nayib Moran

Chivas Guadalajara on course to wreck Club America's centennial

Chivas overcame rivals Club America in a penalty shootout at Estadio Azteca to advance to the Copa MX final.

MEXICO CITY -- Club America is living through one of its worst chapters in recent memory, and the main perpetrator of their pain is none other than archrivals Chivas Guadalajara.

In front of its home crowd, America once again lost to Chivas, this time in the Copa MX semifinals, where El Rebano Sagrado beat Las Aguilas via the penalty spot 4-3 after drawing in regular time 1-1. For Chivas, it was the first time since 1943 that they were able to walk away with a Clasico Nacional win in Copa MX competition.


 By Mark Lovell

Muller drought continues while Philipp Lahm carries Bayern Munich through

Carlo Ancelotti has backed Thomas Muller after the German striker missed a penalty in Bayern Munich's 3-1 Pokal win over Augsburg.

Record German Cup winners Bayern Munich, chasing a 19th success in the competition, stuttered past Augsburg 3-1, courtesy of first half goals from Philipp Lahm and Julian Green.

After each side exchanged missed penalties, Ji Dong-won reduced the arrears for the visitors, before David Alaba settled the home team's nerves with a goal in the final seconds of added time.

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A fine debut goal for Julian Green, while Juan Bernat continues to impress on his sporadic appearances in an experimental...

Emmanuel Boateng, Alan Gordon are LA Galaxy's unlikely heroes

MLS Cup Playoffs: Emmanuel Boateng (34') LA Galaxy 3-1 Real Salt Lake

The LA Galaxy cruised past Real Salt Lake 3-1 in the first round of the MLS Cup playoffs, setting up a second-round matchup with the Colorado Rapids.

Emmanuel Boateng scored twice, and Alan Gordon added a goal and two assists to lead the Galaxy to victory. Real Salt Lake's Joao Plata momentarily leveled matters with a first-half penalty, but the Galaxy were soon back on top, and overall, they were too much for RSL on the night.

Here are three thoughts on LA's triumph:

1. Boateng, Gordon torment RSL