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Coach Dooley upbeat as Philippines eye World Cup trip into the unknown

Philippines coach Thomas Dooley wants to focus on finishing second in Group H of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.

The Philippines' path to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia involves strong teams and some long, and potentially troublesome, away trips.

The Azkals are attempting to become the first Southeast Asian country to qualify for football's biggest stage, but standing in their way in the second round are Uzbekistan, Bahrain, North Korea and Yemen.

The harsh reality is that it won't be easy.

Here are three things to know about the Azkals' road to Russia 2018:

1. Tough draw for the Azkals.

However you look...

Barcelona need Messi, Neymar and Suarez for max points vs. Valencia

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on the chances of Barcelona winning the Champions League, and whether Mesut Ozil is unappreciated by fans at Arsenal.

Barcelona face Valencia at the Camp Nou in round 32 of La Liga on Saturday. Although it is clear defeating Nuno's team will be a challenge given the visitors' current 10-game unbeaten run, the Catalans simply can't afford to let any more points slip away if they are to bring the league trophy to the team museum at the end of the season.

Achieving the victory against one of the only three top-half teams left in the Blaugranas' schedule is an absolute must. However, Valencia have become a much more...

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Chelsea plan to use Oscar as makeweight in £60m Paul Pogba deal

Chelsea midfielder Oscar says he is happy at the club and has no plans to leave, amid rumours of interest from some of Europe's top clubs.

As the summer window draws ever closer, the transfer rumours and gossip continue to spread ...

Oscar the makeweight

For some months now, Oscar has continually been rumoured to be the next of manager Jose Mourinho's attackers to add "former Chelsea player" to his title. So frequent has this buzz been that Mourinho took time in his news conference on Friday to insist that he "does not want to sell" the Brazilian.

Yet here we are, analysing another report of Oscar heading to reigning Italian champions...

Edinson Cavani must lead PSG to victory at Nice with Ligue 1 wide open

Paris Saint-Germain manager Laurent Blanc confirms Thiago Silva will not play against Nice due to injury, and Thiago Motta is also likely to miss the game.
Cavani needs to regain form rapidly as PSG face Nice on Saturday with Ligue 1's title race very much wide open.

Paris Saint-Germain's Edinson Cavani was fortunate that he shared the Parc des Princes pitch with a less than semi-fit David Luiz on Wednesday night. Had the Brazilian not been so clearly below the required level of match readiness in the French giants' 3-1 UEFA Champions League quarterfinal first leg defeat to Barcelona, the footballing world would have been ridiculing El Matador instead of his teammate.

While Luiz had the justifiable excuse of injury to explain his disappointing showing, Cavani...

 By Rob Train

Real Madrid need weekend focus for test vs. a talented and pesky Malaga

Karim Benzema limped out of training with a knee problem and now Carlo Ancelotti says he will miss Real Madrid's La Liga game at home to Málaga.

For some time in La Liga, Malaga have fulfilled the honorary role of many people's choice of second team. When The Anchovies met Real Madrid in La Rosaleda last season, the issue of who exactly would be the most supported side on the day was a thorny one: the Andalusian city is something of a hotbed of second-side syndrome with almost as many people professing themselves fans of the Bernabeu club as fried boquerones. The sides share a legend after all: Juanito, Real's Maravilla whose name is chorused...

 By Tim Vickery

Clubs from Venezuela, Peru limp out of Libertadores in very different ways

While the big boys of Argentina and Brazil will be well-represented in the knockout phase, clubs from Venezuela and Peru will watch from home.

The big boys from Argentina -- Boca Juniors, River Plate and Racing -- have all qualified for the knockout stages of the Copa Libertadores, along with Corinthians of Brazil, who should be joined by plenty of compatriots in the next few days.

Mexico, Paraguay and Uruguay also have guaranteed representation in the last 16.

Colombia should, too, as both teams from the country head their group going into next week's final round. Bolivia have two teams still well in contention, and Emelec of Ecuador...