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Sunday Sport Update

City Can Go 6 Points Clear Today; Connacht v Ulster Off; Racing in Leopardstown, Limerick & Downroyal, Ireland v USA Cricket Off Due to Covid

Aston Villa manager Steven Gerrard will miss the visit of Chelsea today in the Premier League, after testing positive for Covid 19 yesterday.

Kick off at Villa Park is at 5.30.

The former Liverpool captain will also miss next week's match against Leeds as he completes his isolation period.

Aston Villa boss Steven Gerrard will miss the visit of Chelsea in the Premier League today.after testing positive for Covid 19 yesterday.

Kick off at Villa Park is at 5.30.

The former Liverpool captain will also miss next week's match against Leeds as he completes his isolation period.

L eaders Manchester City have the chance to go six points clear with a win home to Leicester City from 3pm.

At the same time, West Ham host Southampton,  Crystal Palace go to Tottenham.

Norwich play Arsenal

From 8, it's Brighton against Brentford.

The games between Liverpool and Leeds; Wolves and Watford; Everton and Burnley have been postponed due to Covid.

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Celtic play their final game before the mid-season break in the Scottish Premiership this lunchtime.

They are away to St Johnstone at 12.30pm.

Leaders Rangers host St Mirren at 3pm.

A three-week break will commence i after today's fixtures.


RUGBY

In the  United Rugby Championship  today, third-placed Ulster vs Connacht at Kingspan Stadium today is off.

Munster's clash with Leinster is postponed.


RACING

The Christmas Festival at Leopardstown gets underway today behind closed doors

The Grade One Novice Steeplechase is the feature at 2.20-

Racing begins at 12-noon.

In Limerick, the Grade One action is the Faugheen Novice Steeplechase from 2.40pm.

There's also racing at Down Royal from 12.15

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Rachael Blackmore bids to cap off a remarkable year in style later today.

She's aboard Gold Cup winner Minella Indo for the King George at Kempton at 3.05


CRICKET

The first One Day International between the United States and Ireland has been cancelled due to a Covid-19 case among the umpiring team.

The first of the three game series was set to take place in Florida today St Stephen's Day.

The second and third ODIs, currently scheduled for 28 and 30 December, are set to go ahead as planned

Ireland won the second of the T-20 internationals by nine runs on Christmas Eve.

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