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The Kildare senior hurlers face Wicklow in the Kehoe Cup this afternoon.

The Kildare senior Hurlers are in action today.

The Lily Whites take on Wicklow in the Kehoe Cup.

Throw-in in Bray is at 1pm.

Kfm will have live updates throughout the game.

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The Naas senior rugby team lost against Buccaneers in the Energia AIL Division 1B yesterday afternoon.

The loss see's the Kildare side stay in 7th place with Buccaneers holding 1st place.

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Saracens can look forward to playing in the last-16 of rugby union's European Champions Cup thanks to a 48-28 bonus-point victory at home to Lyon.

Also in Pool A, Leinster hammered Gloucester 49-14 to go top and book their place in the knockout stage, while Exeter will have to wait to progress after a 39-28 defeat away to Bulls.

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Manchester United scored twice in four minutes to complete a 2-1 comeback win against Manchester City last night.

Goals from Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford helped the Old Trafford side to a ninth win in a row, moving them third in the Premier League.

Boss Erik ten Hag says he's pleased with how far the squad has progressed since he arrived at the club.

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Arsenal have the opportunity to go eight points clear at the top of the Premier League table today.

Mikel Arteta's side are away to north London rivals Tottenham in the main game of the day.

The Gunners have not won away to their neighbours in nine years but come into this game having only lost once so far this season.

After Manchester City lost yesterday many are considering them favourites for the title.

Arteta says his side aren't feeling the pressure - and relish contests like today's.

Kick-off in that game is at half-past-4.

Before that Chelsea host London neighbours Crystal Palace at 2-o'clock.

The hosts go into the game 10th in the table with manager Graham Potter under serious pressure.

At the same time high-flying Newcastle welcome Fulham.

A win for Eddie Howe's side would see them go fourth.

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Celtic continued their defence of the Scottish League Cup by beating Kilmarnock 2-nil to reach a sixth final in seven years.

Standing in their way will be either 28-time winners Rangers or Aberdeen, who contest the other semi-final this afternoon.

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Saracens can look forward to playing in the last-16 of rugby union's European Champions Cup thanks to a 48-28 bonus-point victory at home to Lyon.

Also in Pool A, Leinster hammered Gloucester 49-14 to go top and book their place in the knockout stage, while Exeter will have to wait to progress after a 39-28 defeat away to Bulls.

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in Tennis..

Emma Raducanu will put her ankle to the test when she starts her Australian Open tennis campaign at midnight, UK time.

Britain's former US Open champion declared herself fit following the injury scare, and faces German Tamara Korpatsch in the first round.

Jack Draper takes on top seed and defending champion Rafael Nadal in the early hours of tomorrow morning.

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There's an 8 race card on at Punchestown today.

The SkyBet Moscow Flyer Novice Hurdle is the first race on the card starting at 12.10pm.

The Willie Mullins 7 year old, Grangeclare West, is favourite to land the spoils.

Kfm will be keeping you updated on the results as they happen.

 

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