PARIS: Paris Saint-Germain head into Saturday’s clash at home to a resurgent Montpellier with most eyes firmly fixated on next week’s return leg at Chelsea in the last 16 of the Champions League.
PSG rebounded from losing their 46-game unbeaten domestic run at Lyon last weekend by remaining on course to defend their French Cup crown
th the ACC Basketball Tournament less than a week away, everyone is busy calculating all the possibilities of how Virginia can still be a top seed. The teams to keep an eye on outside of Virginia (12-5) at this point, of course, are Miami (13-4), North Carolina (13-4), and Duke (11-6).
ACC Basketball Tournament Seeding Tiebreaker
AMMAN: The brother of a king and an army major general, Prince Ali bin al Hussein has taken on the toughest of campaigns trying to reach the summit of world football.
The 40-year-old Jordanian royal won praise for his lone challenge to Sepp Blatter in FIFA's presidential election last year. It has not helped win votes for the governing body's
The Italy striker is on loan at AC Milan but they are unlikely to make the move permanent in the summer.
And Liverpool are desperate to find a buyer for the misfit.
The Chinese market has exploded since the turn of the year with staggering sums being spent on the likes of Ramires, Alex Teixeira and Jackson Martinez.
BARCELONA: Barcelona coach Luis Enrique refused to give any hints about his line-up for Wednesday's King's Cup semi-final second leg against Valencia.
Barcelona lead 7-0 from the first leg which should give Luis Enrique the chance to rest players including forward Lionel Messi, who is having treatment for kidney problems.
"We have prepared for the
MOSCOW: Kiki Bertens won a decisive singles rubber in Moscow Sunday, beating Svetlana Kuznetsova of Russia in straight sets to lead the Netherlands into the Fed Cup semi-finals.
Bertens won 6-1, 6-4 in one hour 26 minutes to give the Dutch squad an unassailable 3-0 lead in the opening round tie at the hardcourts of the Olympic indoor arena.
LONDON: Jose Mourinho, sacked as manager of Chelsea in December seven months after winning the Premier League title, has said he is not enjoying his time out of work and will soon be back in management.
He did not comment directly on media reports that have heavily linked him with Louis Van Gaal's job at Manchester United.
But he did say that his
Ross Ford has challenged his Scotland team-mates to set the record straight when they face old rivals England in the Six Nations opener on Saturday.
Edinburgh hooker Ford and front-row colleague Al Dickinson are the only players in the Scotland line-up for this weekend's Calcutta Cup clash who have tasted victory against
BARCELONA: European champions Barcelona continue their quest for a second consecutive treble when Gary Neville’s off-form Valencia visit the Camp Nou in the first leg of their Copa del Rey semifinal Wednesday. Valencia’s run to the last four of the cup has been the only positive of a difficult start for the England coach in his first
MILAN: Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri believes his impressive crop of young stars can achieve even more as they target a club record of 13 successive league wins with the visit of Genoa Wednesday. The four-time consecutive champions have put their miserable start to the season behind them and closed to within two points of leaders Napoli