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Easier test for Roma's defence

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 By Paul Murphy

Tunez inspires Buriram United to third consecutive Thai Premier League title

Buriram United won their third successive Thai Premier League title on Saturday.

Buriram United are Thai Premier League (TPL) champions once again after a 3-1 victory at Bangkok Glass on Saturday sealed a third successive title with three games to spare.

It was lucky 13 for the side from north east Thailand as they won their 13th game in a row to kill off the challenge of nearest rivals Muang Thong United. And for 10 straight games, Alexandre Gama's side have scored at least three goals, emphasising their fearsome attacking prowess.

An early goal from Koravit Namwiset put the...

Tuchel must get Dortmund back on track after successive defeats

Borussia Dortmund lost for the second game in a row this week following defeat to Krasnodar.

After suffering their first back-to-back defeats under new boss Thomas Tuchel, Borussia Dortmund will hope to bounce back in their home match against VfB Stuttgart on Sunday.

On paper at least it seems to be a feasible task for BVB, who will face the team with the worst defence and the worst away record in the league.

Dortmund CEO Hans Joachim-Watzke underlined at the club's annual general meeting on Saturday that qualifying for the Champions League is the target for this season, to make sure his...

 By Mina Rzouki

Why Juventus' match at Palermo is viewed as a derby

Paulo Dybala
Paulo Dybala will return to Palermo for the first time since joining Juventus in the summer.

Juventus' trip to Palermo represents a seemingly ordinary match between two Serie A sides. One is a giant that resides in Turin, the other a smaller club from Sicily. Yet whenever the Rosanero host the Bianconeri, tickets sell out quickly and so many fans can be heard chanting for Juve.

Many have wondered why this match is looked upon as a derby. To the most ardent fans, those who cheer on Juve are nothing short of traitors, but the link between the two sides is a story etched in history and made...

 By Steven Kelly

Jurgen Klopp must seek resolution to Liverpool's suspect home form

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol believes Liverpool will beat Swansea at Anfield on Sunday.

Liverpool achieved their fourth home win by a one-goal margin in normal time this season, against Bordeaux on Thursday. It was another tense finish with a fine Christian Benteke strike separating the two sides in a 2-1 victory.

Swansea are the next Anfield visitors on Sunday and it beggars belief that if the Reds manage to beat the Welshmen it will represent their best win at Anfield so far this season. The previous two Premier League conquests, Bournemouth and Aston Villa, currently prop up the...

 By Chris Wright

Barcelona and Brazil star Neymar nails the rabona challenge

FC Barcelona striker Neymar has been praised as the world's best by his current and former coaches.
The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on Neymar being the second best player on the planet, Liverpool or Tottenham and more.

As one of the most marketable players on the face of the planet, Neymar spends an awful lot of his down time filming commercials and generally lending his image to a whole cavalcade of products and brands.

Indeed, the Barcelona forward's latest commercial endeavour saw him tasked with demonstrating his pinpoint accuracy by clipping a ball through one of several targets cut in a canvas sheet hung in the goalmouth.

Neymar being Neymar, of course he went and dispatched a rabona into the top corner at...

 By Phil Lythell

Chelsea seek win at Spurs to boost faltering season under Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho insists Chelsea have plenty to play for this season despite their lowly league position

After recording back-to-back victories for the first time since September, a small degree of belief has been injected back into the under-pressure Chelsea squad.

While a cutting edge might have been found wanting in the 1-0 win over Norwich and the 4-0 triumph at Maccabi Tel Aviv, the overall standard of play in each match illustrated that performances are moving in the right direction. But while Norwich and Maccabi were both expected to be beaten, now comes the true test of where the Premier League...