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Delhi Daredevils will be high on confidence with consecutive wins against Kings XI Punjab and Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League.
Saturday's 1-0 defeat at Everton, courtesy of a first-half goal from Belgium international Kevin Mirallas, left Burnley bottom of the table with games running out in their survival bid.
Eden Hazard's 38th-minute strike gave Chelsea a clinical 1-0 home victory on Saturday that means they will be champions if they win their next two games away to Arsenal and third-bottom Leicester
Arsene Wenger's club will contest a record 19th FA Cup final against Aston Villa or Liverpool thanks to a howler from Reading goalkeeper Adam Federici, who allowed Alexis Sanchez's tame extra-time
Sports Minister� Navin Dissanayake's comments came after the International Cricket Council said the move� appoint an interim committee may amount to government interference, and that it would
World number four Petra Kvitova saw off 58th-ranked Kristina Mladenovic in 6-3, 6-4 in an hour and 21 minutes to take the Czechs within a point of the Fed Cup finals.
Martin Crowe Will Refuse Knighthood  (19 April 10:30 am) 
Martin Crowe led New Zealand to the semifinals in the 1992 World Cup in which they won seven consecutive matches.
The 23-year-old Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova won 4-6, 7-6 (7/4), 6-3 in two hours 28 minutes to record her second win over Sabine Lisicki, who is 19th in the WTA rankings, in as many meetings.
The win, on Saturday, came at a price and Real Madrid suffered a setback before the 10-minute mark when Gareth Bale was forced to leave the pitch with what looked to be a calf injury to be replaced by
East Bengal's fans and others passionate about soccer were denied a chance to watch the match against Mumbai FC on the ground as police expressed their inability to manage a possible large crowd in
Rajasthan Royals take on Chennai Super Kings on Saturday. Both teams are unbeaten in the Indian Premier League.
Andre Russell smashed 66 off 36 balls to power Kolkata Knight Riders to victory with 13 balls to spare against Kings XI Punjab in the Indian Premier League.
Kings XI Punjab lost by 4 wickets after posting 155/9 against Kolkata Knight Riders on Saturday in the Indian Premier League.
Kolkata Knight Riders skipper Gautam Gambhir praised Andre Russell saying that he was a fearless player and exactly the type of player needed in a pressure situation to bail the team out.
I-League: Pune FC Down Dempo FC 2-1  (19 April 08:30 am) 
Pune FC scored a goal in each half through Drako Nikac (9th minute) and Fanai Lalrempuia(68th) at Nehru Stadium, Fatorda.
Naoba Singh's superb long range strike in the last minute proved to be decisive for the hosts, who rallied back twice to tame the table-toppers whose dream to extend the lead at the top of the table
Alexis Sanchez scored two goals to help Arsenal beat Reading 2-1 in their FA Cup semifinal which went into extra-time.
Anirban Lahiri, starting the day at even par for 36 holes, moved to five-under 208 for 54 holes.
Mohammad Yousuf's tirade came one day after Pakistan was beaten by a big margin by Bangladesh in the first one-day international on Friday.
In the doubles match, World No.1 Sania Mirza and Prarthana Thombare helped the home team win the tie and promote India into Asia/Oceania Group I.
Royal Challengers Bangalore have won one and lost one in two games in Indian Premier League 2015 so far.
Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings are both unbeaten at the moment in the Indian Premier League.
Usain Bolt said he was in better shape now than at the same time last year. But he stopped short of saying he could break his own world record of 9.58 seconds at the Brazilian Jockey Club.
Rafael Nadal leads a career record of 23-19 against Novak Djokovic, including two victories over the Serb in the 2009 and 2012 finals in Monte Carlo before Djokovic exacted revenge in the 2013 title
Liverpool native Steven Gerrard has been a one-club man in his 17-year professional career, but he is set to bring down the curtain on his time at Anfield come the end of the season.