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Man United, Chelsea or Leicester: Who will take the last two Champions League spots?

Jul 26, 2020


The EPL is set for a dramatic finale, as both Champions League qualification and relegation are at stake. 

Man United will be away at Leicester, with both teams hoping to secure a spot in the top four. 

Meanwhile Chelsea will also be gunning for a top-four finish, when they host Wolves. 

Europa League qualification is also up for grabs, with Wolves and Tottenham battling for sixth place.

At the other end of the table, Aston Villa, Watford and Bournemouth will be fighting against relegation

By the end of tonight's round of matches two of them will drop down to the Championship division next season. 

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Honda's Marc Marquez will NOT take part in this weekend's Andalucia MotoGP after all. 

The world champion was recently cleared to compete, after undergoing surgery on an arm that he fractured in the previous round. 

However, he has now withdrawn from the race, after feeling pain in that arm. 

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The Badminton Association of Malaysia may not send a team to the Taiwan Open, which is set to take place in September. 

BAM says there is still a lot of uncertainty over the tournament, the first to take place since the COVID-19 pandemic. 

For now, BAM is not sure if competitors need to undergo 14 days of quarantine upon arrival, and for now it's unclear if Malaysians are even allowed to enter the country.
 

 


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