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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Chelsea 19 3 3 60
2 Man City 16 4 5 52
3 Tottenham 14 8 3 50
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Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery to be England mascot - report

Bradley Lowery will lead out his country in March.

Bradley Lowery, the five-year-old Sunderland fan who is battling cancer, will lead England out in their World Cup qualifier against Lithuania on March 26, according to reports.

Lowery, who is terminally ill, has won the backing of football fans across the country during his battle with neuroblastoma.

The five-year-old, who is from Blackhall, County Durham, led out Sunderland against Everton earlier this season, and on that occasion the Merseyside pledged £200,000 to an appeal towards paying...

 By PA Sport

UEFA fines Celtic for setting off fireworks at Manchester City

Police separated Manchester City and Celtic fans at their game in December.

Celtic have been fined €19,000 (£16,051) by UEFA owing to the conduct of some of their fans during the Champions League draw at Manchester City in December.

The governing body announced the sanctions on Friday morning, saying the charges were related to the setting-off of fireworks in the away end at the Etihad Stadium.

Celtic drew the Dec. 6 clash 1-1 but failed to qualify from the group they shared with City, Barcelona and Borussia Monchengladbach.

Raheem Sterling is fast becoming one of Europe's best under Pep Guardiola

ESPN FC's Craig Burley, Alejandro Moreno and Steve Nicol have a go at Pep Guardiola, John Stones and Nicolas Otamendi.

"Raheem Sterling will play good -- I have confidence." That was Pep Guardiola's no-nonsense reply last July when asked about the forward shortly after seeing him in a match for the first time.

Manchester City had just beaten Borussia Dortmund on penalties in a friendly in the sweltering Chinese city of Shenzhen with second-half substitute Sterling looking like a man desperately short of confidence. Almost inevitably, he had missed his spot kick after looking fragile and unsure throughout following...