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Liverpool eye top spot in the Premier League


Liverpool will be looking to go top of the Premier League table this lunchtime.

They are at Selhurst Park play Crystal Palace.

Even if they do win, they might not be at the summit for long.

Current leaders Arsenal, take on high flying Aston Villa in the evening game.

Manchester United entertain a resurgent Bournemouth at 3 o’clock.

Bottom of the table Sheffield United welcome Brentford to Bramall Lane.

Brighton entertain struggling Burnley.



Munster and Ulster get their Champions Cup campaigns underway today.

Ulster, who come up against Finn Russell and Bath at the Rec in Pool 2 at 3.15

Celbridge native Marty Moore is among the Ulster replacements.

The Thomond Park faithful will have the chance to bid farewell to recent retirees Keith Earls and Andrew Conway this evening.

They’ll take to the field at half-time of Munster’s Pool 3 encounter with Bayonne.

Eadestown’s Tadhg Beirne will captain the side.

Athy’s Jeremy Loughman is on the bench.

Kick-off in Limerick is at 5.30.

Elsewhere in that pool, Toulon take on Exeter.

Connacht suffered a 41-points to 5 defeat to Bordeaux at the Sportsground last night.




There’s a seven-race card at Navan today, with the first off at midday.

It’s Tingle Creek day at Sandown with the Nicky Henderson-trained Jonbon an odds-on favourite.

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