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Tottenham odds drift after Kane blow

Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed that Harry Kane will be sidelined until March with an ankle injury.

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Higuain backed for Chelsea switch

Gonzalo Higuain has been made odds-on to join Chelsea this month.

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Ole odds cut as Paddy Power pays out

Paddy Power have paid out on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer being named Manchester United’s permanent manager, after impressing in his caretaker role.

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Football Index Insight – Key Questions Answered

Our Football Index expert Ryan Bradford answers some key questions.

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Most gaming firms using AI to get to know customers

88% of UK gaming firms use artificial intelligence to get closer to punters, Feefo research finds.

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NFL signs up with Caesars

The National Football League has announced they have selected Caesars Entertainment Corporation as the first ever Official Casino Sponsor of the NFL.

Football helping to tackle silence around mental health

Stars of EFL Clubs turned heads at King’s Cross on World Mental Health Day, as part of a live exhibit highlighting the role football can play in tackling mental health problems.

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Huddersfield eye new boss as Wagner departs

Premier League strugglers Huddersfield Town have confirmed the departure of their manager David Wagner.

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Tennis Preview – Australian Open

The Australian Open gets underway with two big favourites in Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams tipped to take the titles.

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Chelsea consider Willian sale, but not Hudson-Odoi

Chelsea are considering whether to sell Willian after Barcelona made a renewed bid to him - but they are digging their heels in over Callum Hudson-Odoi and Bayern Munich's quest to land the winger.

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Spurs hopeful over Eriksen deal

Tottenham Hotspur remain hopeful over the future of Christian Eriksen and they believe he will sign a new deal with the club - despite interest from Spain.

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Mesut Ozil could be a delight for Turkish giants

Mesut Ozil has eyes on a move to Turkey, should he leave Arsenal in January.

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Howe reiterates Wilson stance – but admits it is not his call

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe maintains that he would not sell star striker Callum Wilson at any price.

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