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Luis Suarez is Real Madrid's top target.
National floorball squad win silver medals at the SEA Games.
Also, Real Madrid keeper Iker Casillas is leading a campaign to increase awareness on social media bullying
FIA drops New Jersey, Mexican and Korean races for 2014 calendar.
Datuk Nicol David advance in Hong Kong.
Also, Juventus' Arturo Vidal signs new contract with the club.
Crystal Palace move off the foot of the Premier League table.
3 Malaysians crash out of the Hong Kong Squash Open.
Arsenal to sign Real Madrid's Alvaro Morata
Napoli beat Lazio in Serie A.
Yaya Toure named the BBC's African Footballer of the Year.
Barcelona lose their second straight game.
Fulham sack their manager.
Along with Van Persie, Vidic could also feature for Manchester United.
Meanwhile, Arsenal open up a 7-point lead at the top of the table.
Also, Hoon Thien How - Tan Wee Kiong have are thru to the semi finals of the Macau Badminton Open.
This is because Ashley Cole has been struggling with a rib injury for 2 months.
Swansea will face Valencia in the Europa League tomorrow morning, without striker Michu and defender Garry Monk.
The Bayern Munich coach was delighted with his team's form in the 3-1 Champions League victory over CSKA Moscow this morning.
Manchester United squad suffered a mid-air scare in Germany.
The Arsenal star will feature in the Champions League tie, despite subdued performances in past games.
Also, Flamini is set to return for Arsenal vs Marseille.
Kobe Bryant signs a new deal with LA Lakers.
Arsenal boosted by Flamini's return.
He also praised the Frenchman's maturity, amid earlier rumours about his place in the team.
Frank Lampard says the Blues are in a good position to rival league leaders Arsenal for the premiership title.
Manchester United boss rues missed chances.
Cardiff come from behind to deny Man United.
New World Chess Champ!
Mercedes top F1 practise in Brazil.
Djokovic beats Nadal again.
Liverpool striker doubtful for Merseyside derby.
Also, Spain won't get any world ranking points from their South African friendly.
The England manager is going to keep on tinkering with his line-ups ahead of the World Cup.
Julio Cesar will be allowed to leave QPR.
Zlatan says World Cup next year, not worth watching.
Also, Steven Gerrard is still undecided about his England future.
Also, there were mixed fortunes for Malaysian shuttlers at the Hong Kong Open.
Arsenal defender condemn England to another defeat.
Malaysia's Asian Cup qualifying campaign nearly over.
Also, Australia's Olympic Council will allow moderate boozing among athletes in future games.
Also, Varane is ruled fit for France's must-win qualifier.
England newbie keeps his place against Germany.
Italy draw with Nigeria at Craven Cottage.
Also, Vettel says he's still not bored after wining next to everything.
Le Bleus are one disastrous match away from missing a major tournament for the first time in 20 years.
Former Chelsea striker to undergo trial at QPR.
Another country books a spot in 2014 football World Cup.
Under-fire goalkeeper may get the nod, following England's friendly defeat to Chile.
Both teams emerged victors in the African qualifiers.
Harimau Malaya boss rues missed chances.
Meanwhile, the Chelsea veteran will receive a commemorative golden cap during tomorrow's friendly for making 103 international appearances.
Also, Terengganu wants to host some of the events in the 2017 SEA Games.
Also, West Brom wants video reviews of contentious penalty decisions.
Also, Malaga have told Manchester City to pay at least 20 million pounds for goalkeeper Willy Cabellero.
Also, Man City will strengthen their defence in January, but won't replace Joe Hart.
Also, Barcelona have extended their shirt sponsorship deal with UNICEF till 2016.
The England and Liverpool skipper says "107 caps isn't bad for someone who isn't 'a top, top player', is it?'
The defender says the Gunners will hit the ground running after the international break.
Also, Arsene Wenger says he would have withdrawn Wojciech Szczesny from the 1-nil defeat to Manchester United, IF the 'keeper had suffered a
AC Milan chiefs assure that Max Allegri's job is safe, despite their disappointing season so far.
Marc Marquez has become the youngest MotoGP world champion.
But Aston Villa face a string of injuries
Edinson Cavani being eyed by EPL bigwigs
Astro will telecast live all 64 matches of the 2014 Fifa World Cup.
Also, the English FA is changing its rules on retrospective action, in response to Fernando Torres face-scratching a Spurs player.
Also, Joe Hart may start in England's friendlies.
Also, Datuk Ong Kim Swee comments on tough SEA Games group.
Malaysia will be up against Laos, Brunei, Philippines, Vietnam and Singapore.
Also, Fulham defender becomes first player to be retrospectively charged by FA.
Also, Usain Bolt and Mo Farah are finalists for the IAAF 2013 World Athlete of the Year Award.
Also, Tottenham boss brushes aside concerns over lack of goals in the Premier League.
Also, Cristiano Ronaldo is Real Madrid's highest earning player.
Meanwhile, Ancelotti says Bale could start in this weekend's el Clasico.
The Manchester United striker also says he's a lot happier now Alex Ferguson is retired.
Ex-Man United captain Roy Keane has hit out at Alex Ferguson, over comments made in the former Man United manager's autobiography.
And Alex Ferguson has described David Beckham has one of his biggest regrets.
Chelsea will have Andre Schuerrle back for tomorrow's Champions League clash against Schalke, after he recovered from a leg injury.
Meanwhile, Ashley Cole is out, as he lacks match fitness following a recent rib injury.
Catch Schalke vs Chelsea from 2.40am, LIVE on Astro SuperSport 2, Channel 811.
Arsenal's Mathieu Flamini is a major doubt for this week's Champions Leauge clash against Borussia Dortmund.
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