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Chelsea Back In Premier League Top 4

: 02/13/2018 - 08:11

Chelsea are back in the Premier League's Top 4.

The defending champions returned to winning ways with a 3-nil victory over West Bromwich Albion at Stamford Bridge last night.

Eden Hazard scored twice to ease the pressure on manager Antonio Conte, following defeats to Watford and Bournemouth.

The Italian insists he is not worried about his position, but admits the uncertainty could be affecting his players.

Last night's defeat leaves West Brom at the foot of the Premier League table, seven-points from safety.

The last 16 of the Champions League gets underway tonight, with Tottenham and Manchester City both away from home.

Spurs face last season's runners-up Juventus.

City take a trip to Basel.

Both games kick off at 7.45.

The knockout phase of the Europa League also gets underway this evening.

Red Star welcome C-S-K-A Moscow to Belgrade for the first leg of their last-32 tie.

That kicks off at 5.00.

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Tadhg Furlong has declared himself fit to face Wales in Ireland's next Six Nations game.

The Wexford man was replaced after just three minutes of the 56-19 win over Italy at Lansdowne Road on Saturday.

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U-L can reach a fourth Fitzgibbon Cup final in 5-years this evening.

Standing in their way in the semi-finals are D-J Carey's I-T Carlow.

D-I-T are playing their first ever semi final this evening - they take on D-C-U at Parnell Park.

Both ties throw in at 7.00.

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Seamus O'Connor has missed out on a place in the Winter Olympics Half pipe final.

Ireland's flag bearer was just one place off the 12 qualification spots following a promising first run.

He fell, however, during the last trick on his last run, to finish 18th overall.

Skier Pat McMillan lies in 61st position after his first run in the Alpine combined.

Thomas Westgaard finishes 70th in the Cross country individual sprint.

 
A Japanese speed skater has become the first athlete to be kicked out of the 2018 Games for a doping violation.

Kei Saito failed an out-of-competition test, taken before the tournament.

 

 

 

 

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