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Wolves' Pedro Neto became the first teenager to score for the club in the Premier League (19y 298d). Joao Moutinho registered his 14th Premier League assist for Wolves, overtaking Matt Jarvis as the record assist holder for the club in the competition. What next? Watford host League One Tranmere Rovers in the FA Cup third round on Saturday (kick-off 15:01 GMT), Wolves host Manchester United in the same competition (kick-off 17:31 GMT), having beaten them in the quarter-finals last season. For the greater good, we have to finish the season. We have signed up to a broadcasting and sponsorship deal and we don’t know the consequences if we break that deal. The prospect of that is hideous, not just for the EFL but for the PL as well. We also have to finish it for the integrity of the competition. There are clubs mid-table saying ‘why should we finish it?’. Well, the reason is that they have already received money to compete in this league and we might only have 20% back, but I’m sure they won’t be keen on giving that backup the PL or Sky if we didn’t finish. At a meeting earlier this month, Ifab discussed the use of VAR and said there was "a growing demand for more immediate information about the referee's final decision". Any changes to the law would also need to be agreed by Fifa representatives, who also sit on the Ifab board. Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, Fifa's new head of global football development, now has an influence at world football's governing body. Posted at 88' Attempt missed. Leroy Sané (Manchester City) left footed shot from outside the box is high and wide to the left. Assisted by Gabriel Jesus. Posted at 88' Attempt blocked. Bernardo Silva (Manchester City) left footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Kevin De Bruyne with a cross. Posted at 85' Foul by David Silva (Manchester City). Posted at 85' Ashley Westwood (Burnley) wins a free kick in the defensive half. Everton are a very difficult team to beat at Goodison Park and are yet to taste defeat at home this year. They still need to sort that away form out though if they want to get anywhere near neighbours Liverpool. Southampton have had an inconsistent season and home results have been poor until that win over Manchester City. A home win looks the most likely result in this game. We're hoping that they're going to be somewhat optimistic about playing the event this year," Isner told ESPN on Tuesday. I'd love to hear some optimism from them. We may have to come to grips with the fact that we may not be playing Wimbledon this year. Pepe Reina reveals coronavirus struggles Former Liverpool and Spain goalkeeper Pepe Reina, who is currently on loan at Aston Villa from AC Milan, has revealed that he was fighting for his life after suffering from coronavirus. Liverpool both won and conceded in each of their last seven Premier League victories, and with their defensive headaches showing no signs of clearing, we expect that pattern to be maintained this weekend. Football, Germany: Greuther Furth live scores, results, fixtures Karlsruher SC. Greuther Furth. 02.03. 23:30. Greuther Furth. Elversberg. 10.03. 17:30. Hansa Rostock. Greuther Furth. 16.03. 17:00. Greuther Furth. Hamburger SV. Barcelona risks "becoming a new AC Milan or a Manchester United" in being unable to compete for major honours, says club presidential candidate Victor Font. Font is set to challenge current president Josep Maria Bartomeu in 2021. Rivals Real Madrid won their first La Liga title in three years on Thursday. Font said Barcelona risks being "one of the most successful clubs in Europe that is now not able to compete for the top titles". Karlsruher vs Greuther Furth score today - 02.03.2024 2 days ago — Karlsruher vs Greuther Furth score, statistics, and full match live broadcast can be found on azscore.com. All this data is accessible and ... a match in the semi-pro English league where Alverchurch meets Coalville Town. The home team is not playing well this season and is in the bottom of the table with only 13 points and 18-32 in goal difference, after 17 games played. As for the guests, they are much better and are in 5th place in the league with 30 points and 32-18 in goal difference. I don't think Alvechurch has a bigger chance in this clash because Coalville Town has a better team quality. Based on that, I expect a better game from the guests and that the guests win. Excelsior and Maastricht will face each other in the upcoming match in the Eerste Divisie in Holland. Excelsior this season have the following results: 12W, 8D and 8L. Meanwhile Maastricht have 7W, 6D and 15L. This season both these teams are usually playing attacking football in the league and their matches are often high scoring. Vitesse have kept clean sheets in just 14% of their home games and Feyenoord have kept clean sheets in a more respectable 29% of their away games, but both of those stats suggest that each defence is likely to get breached on Sunday. Vitesse have only failed to score in 14% of their home games and the same can be said about Feyenoord’s away games. Incheon united is a team which currently don't have perfect combination to beat the opponent defense. Though they can defense well. They again have great chance to settle this match as another draw. But win is very hard possible things for them in current scenario. They already have two draws in last 3 games. Only consider a goal so far. So we can see this match as a low scoring event. Because Pohang is average team which rely on their midfielder to create chances. We hardly expect a single goal this match. Therefore we see very touch chances here to get goals from both side. Good luck. Arsenal's Mesut Ozil was "deceived by fake news" before criticising China's treatment of Uighur Muslims, says the country's foreign ministry spokesman. Ozil, who is a Muslim, called Uighurs "warriors who resist persecution" in a post on social media and criticised both China and the silence of Muslims in response. But Geng Shuang said the German midfielder, 31, has been "influenced by untruthful remarks" and invited him to visit the autonomous Xinjiang region and "have a look" for himself. The virus outbreak has killed more than 2,200 people in China after originating late last year in Wuhan. We all recognize the gravity of the situation regarding COVID-19," K-League Secretary General Han Woong-soo was quoted as saying by Yonhap. Home openers for teams in Daegu and North Gyeongsang Province will be played at later dates. Posted at 59' Foul by Kirsty Linnett (Liverpool Women). BookingPosted at 58' Jennifer Beattie (Arsenal Women) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. Posted at 58' Foul by Jennifer Beattie (Arsenal Women). Posted at 58' Niamh Charles (Liverpool Women) wins a free kick on the left wing. Posted at 56' Foul by Leonie Maier (Arsenal Women). Ferguson's side, whose relentless pursuit had seen them drop only four points since late January, won 3-0 as Newcastle could only draw with Tottenham. You owe these people out there today," Keegan told his players. These people that have turned up to watch you - you owe them. Then he turned and walked out of the dressing room. Manchester United were back at St James' Park on 20 October, 1996. Victory over the champions would put Newcastle top of the Premier League again. Posted at 67' Nathan Redmond (Southampton) hits the bar with a right footed shot from outside the box. Assisted by Ryan Bertrand with a headed pass. Goal!Posted at 65' Goal! Southampton 2, Wolverhampton Wanderers 2. Raúl Jiménez (Wolverhampton Wanderers) converts the penalty with a right footed shot to the bottom right corner. Posted at 63' VAR Decision: Penalty Wolverhampton Wanderers. Posted at 62' Penalty Wolverhampton Wanderers. I have to say that I am surprised to see odds on the league leaders, that is the guests with a record of 16-1-3 so far this season and with 5 wins in a row in their recent away games which defeated Thistle both at home and away from home as well earlier this term to be rising on their win here in the context that Dundee Utd has no less than 5 wins in a row away from home right now this while the hosts are in danger of relegation. Erzgebirge Aue and Vfl Bochum meet each other in the closing rounds of German Second division. Both teams are closely together in the table. Erzgebirge Aue in 9th place, Bochum in 7th place. Both are separated by only one point. I will give a tip on the draw here. With Europe's top soccer leagues in limbo, the fate of the this season's Euro 2020 championship, starting in June and hosted by 12 cities, remains unclear. Numerous qualifying playoffs are scheduled for the end of March and on Friday the Norwegian Football Federation (NFF) said it did not plan to hold its match against Serbia as most of their squad needed to adhere to the country's new quarantine provisions. Posted at 53' Rachel Rowe (Reading Women) wins a free kick in the attacking half. Posted at 52' Foul by Beth England (Chelsea Women). Posted at 52' Jo Potter (Reading Women) wins a free kick in the attacking half. Posted at 47' Attempt missed. Ji So-Yun (Chelsea Women) right footed shot from outside the box is high and wide to the right. So maybe the top six clubs can reimburse TV money but how can the smaller clubs, like Bournemouth, who have a high wage list but a stadium capacity of 12,000, reimburse TV money and pay their players?"Legally, players' contracts end on 30 June, so if the season goes beyond that there will have to be special contracts which we have not seen before. Since the decision to postpone the Premier League was taken, clubs have remained coy on refunds, saying only that match tickets will be valid for rearranged fixtures. The Toon Army have been highly critical of their team’s lack of productivity in attack, with Brazilian striker Joelinton drawing the most ire, though the Magpies have fared a little better in that department on home turf. I said to them 'without you guys I won't be able to do it'," he said. You have to open the door and believe I can bring something different to the club. We need all the staff to believe as well and if we do that day by day, it will take a long time and the process will not be easy and there will be ups and downs, but they bought into this. That is my feeling, they want to do it and they are starting to enjoy. Posted at 71' Foul by Adam Marusic (Lazio). Posted at 71' Milan Skriniar (Inter Milan) wins a free kick on the right wing. Goal!Posted at 69' Goal! Lazio 2, Inter Milan 1. Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (Lazio) left footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner following a corner. Posted at 69' Attempt blocked. The British champions arrived on the crest of a wave. Five wins on the bounce had installed them as firm favourites for the meeting with Scott's team. Nearly 250,000 people had watched them beat Wales, Ireland and England in the Home International Championship. A Billy Steel double in the 2-0 friendly win against France in front of 126,000 supporters at Hampden Park was the perfect sign off to their American trip. The summer saw defensive reinforcements arrive at Old Trafford, and both Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan-Bissaka have proven their worth so far. However, the departure of Romelu Lukaku and their inability to replace him has left them desperately short of firepower at the other end, resulting in a distinct lack of goals from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side. Full TimePosted at 90'+3' Second Half ends, FC Bayern München 3, Sport-Club Freiburg 1. Posted at 90'+2' Jamal Musiala (FC Bayern München) wins a free kick in the defensive half. Posted at 90'+2' Foul by Amir Abrashi (Sport-Club Freiburg). Posted at 90'+2' Attempt saved. Chang-Hoon Kwon (Sport-Club Freiburg) left footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the centre of the goal. Assisted by Nils Petersen with a headed pass. As ever our priority is the success of team, but we need visibility of the impact across the whole industry, including timings of the transfer window, and the wider financial picture, before we can talk about a return to normality. Woodward has been a key figure in many of the discussions among the Premier League and in Europe about how the game is going to deal with the financial impact of coronavirus. But when you dig into the numbers, it underlines why so many Arsenal fans felt it was time for a change. Problems away from homeAlthough there have been flashpoints at the Emirates in recent weeks - Granit Xhaka's reaction to being booed the most eye-catching - Emery's home record has actually been decent. Only Premier League leaders Liverpool (71) and champions Manchester City (70) have accrued more points since the start of the last season than Emery's Arsenal (58). Benfica have scored in both halves of 75% of their home games and Braga have only kept clean sheets in 29% of their away games, which ties in well with our prediction for a comfortable home win in the Taca de Portugal for the hosts. 38% of Benfica’s home games have produced exactly 4 goals and a majority of Benfica’s wins this season have been obtained with a margin of 2 goals or more (9 wins), which doesn’t bode well for Braga this week. Juventus remain in first place on 36 points, but Inter Milan can move one point ahead of them by beating SPAL later on Sunday. Leonardo Bonucci fired Juve into the lead in the first half, but an exquisite finish from Sassuolo winger Jeremie Boga levelled the scores just three minutes later before Francesco Caputo put the visitors in front after the break following a defensive mix-up and an error by keeper Gianluigi Buffon. Jose Mourinho's Spurs are ninth in the table, a point behind Arsenal in eighth place The two teams come into this game in poor shape and being played behind closed doors, it will be a contender for the most underwhelming derby of the Premier League era. Not to say that it won't be entertaining. If Arsenal don't win the FA Cup then an eighth place finish will be enough for a Europa League spot if Manchester City's European ban is confirmed next week. But what is the situation in the rest of Europe’s major leagues? How Premier League has been hit by pandemicHow the virus has impacted sport across the world'Clubs at every level are at risk'Bundesliga – some clubs return to training Last week, German clubs became the first in Europe to return to training following the suspension of their league. Champions Bayern Munich were among a number of Bundesliga teams to resume work on the training ground, albeit with precautionary measures in place, such as working in groups of five, with contact. That could come on the heels of UEFA criticism of Belgium not waiting to attempt to complete their campaign in the coming months as European soccer's governing body had asked its member associations to try and do. There was also the threat that Belgian clubs might not be allowed to participate in the Champions League and Europa League next season, although this has since been tempered by Belgian and UEFA officials. Belenenses failed to end their winless run last time out as they lost 2-0 away at Gil Vicente while Vitoria Setubal’s 3-1 defeat at home to Sporting was their third match on the run without a victory. Four o the last six meetings between these two clubs have either seen one or both teams fail to score and with three of Belenenses’ and three of Vitoria Setubal’s last six matches also failing to see both teams score, you can see why we have backed a ‘BTTS – No’ bet this weekend. But according to the Sun, Liverpool’s pursuit of Mbappe is dependent on Sadio Mane leaving Anfield for Real Madrid. Can Liverpool afford to offload Mane and achieve? I don’t think they can. Moreover, common sense would also suggest that the club will upset a large section of its community if it goes out and splashes silly money given the events of the last 10 days. Crystal Palace ended their run of draws with a home defeat at the hands of Southampton and I don't think they will win this one either - the Blades are very good on the road. Lawro's prediction: 1-1Georgia's prediction: 0-0 Liverpool v SouthamptonSouthampton have been great of late, and what a story their rise up the table has been. But Saints have to go to Anfield next and, even though they are playing extremely well, it is hard to see them upsetting a Liverpool side who are just cruising along at the moment. Steve Bruce will have been delighted with how his team won 4-1 at Bournemouth, though their opponents are on their way back to the Championship. United had gone six away league games without a win but have now won their last two on the road. Home form has been good too with an unbeaten run of five in the Premier League. Two teams with different ambitions and huge quality and experience gap between them. Espanyol is having a really tough season. They are at the relegation zone and if they don't do something quickly they will be relegated. But still however everything is here at the Real Madrid side. It looks like after a while they will get the title. Barca yesterday again disappointed against Celta Vigo so this is huge chance now for Real Madrid to take that 1st place with plus points. They are showing some very good performances lately and I don't see how can Espanyol at this moment be compared with Real Madrid Bayern Munchen have been unstoppable since the winter break with a 9-1-0 record in the 10 matches dropping only points to third placed RB Leipzig in the league. They have also kept a clean sheet in the last 3 games. This has been the toughest season for Bournemouth since winning promotion to the Premier League," said south-west sports writer Gareth Davies, who has supported the Cherries for 30 years. Howe would be justified to pin the blame for the struggles on an overcrowded treatment room. Because of that, but with survival very much in their hands, you must acknowledge that once again, Howe is conjuring up another Bournemouth miracle. Having conceded six goals in their previous two Premier League outings, the Blades had recently lost some of the confident, attacking swagger they had displayed earlier in the season, but that all came flooding back at the moment they opened the scoring. The goal came from a flowing move that opened up the Tottenham defence before Berge turned in Chris Basham's cutback. From then on, Sheffield United looked much more like their old self - strong in defence and capable in attack - and the win, particularly given the strength of the opponents it came against, will provide a much needed boost as they look to claim a top-six finish - something that would be an incredible accomplishment on their first season back in the top flight. When playing in front of an expectant home crowd, Celtic have been particularly rampant, winning seven out of seven, scoring 27 and conceding just two. Lennon's men are yet to play a game at home without scoring at least twice, while they've now kept four clean sheets on the bounce at Celtic Park. Going forward, alongside Rangers, The Hoops are simply streets ahead of all other teams in terms of attacking quality, but they're also vastly superior at the back too. Celtic have conceded an average of just 0.29 goals at home, they've given away very few clear-cut chances and have surrendered an average of only 1.29 shots on target. Paris St-Germain's Champions League last-16 match against Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday will be played behind closed doors because of coronavirus. Paris police made the decision on Monday in a bid to contain the spread of the virus. The French champions, trailing 2-1 from the first leg, host the German side at Parc des Princes. PSG said it was "fully mobilised" to ensure the match will go ahead in the "best possible conditions".


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