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Preview: Socceroos v South Korea

The Socceroos' date with destiny is here. A full house at Sydney’s Stadium Australia and millions more across Australia and Asia will be glued to their screens when Ange Postecoglou’s exciting young side take on South Korea for the 2015 Asian Cup crown.
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Partick Thistle 0 St Mirren 1: Debutant Dayton the hero

St Mirren climbed out of the bottom two in the Scottish Premiership as debutant James Dayton scored an early goal to sink Partick Thistle.
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Iraq 2 UAE 3: Khalil's brace sees off Iraqis

A brace from Ahmed Khalil saw the United Arab Emirates claim third at the Asian Cup on Friday with a 3-2 win over Iraq.
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Rayo Vallecano 1 Deportivo La Coruna 2: Borges debut double downs hosts

Deportivo La Coruna moved five points clear of La Liga's drop zone after a Celso Borges-inspired 2-1 triumph over Rayo Vallecano on Friday.
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Bournemouth 2 Watford 0: Championship leaders stroll to success

Yann Kermorgant and Matt Ritchie were on target as Championship leaders Bournemouth overcame 10-man Watford 2-0 at Dean Court.
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South Korea claim underdog status

South Korea have won every game they have played at this year's Asian Cup, but Ki Sung-yueng feels Australia are favourites for the final.
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Dordrecht 0 Heerenveen 0: Visitors' woes compounded by Sinkgraven sale

Heerenveen stuttered to a 0-0 draw at rock-bottom Dordrecht in Daley Sinkgraven's final Eredivisie match for Dwight Lodeweges' men.
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Who will start for the Socceroos against South Korea?

​This is it, the big one. The Socceroos have reached a second successive Asian Cup final and now face one of the most important matches in their recent history.
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5 reasons why the Socceroos can win this time

It was South Korea who emerged victorious when the two nations met in the Asian Cup group stage, but the Socceroos would have learned some valuable lessons from that 1-0 defeat.
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Wolfsburg 4 Bayern Munich 1: Dost and De Bruyne at the double as hosts honour Mandala

Bas Dost and Kevin De Bruyne sink Bayern Munich 4-1 as Wolfsburg honour Junior Mandala on a memorable Bundesliga evening.
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Paris Saint-Germain 1 Rennes 0: Lavezzi goal enough for champions

Paris Saint-Germain go into their Coupe de la Ligue semi at Lille on the back of five consecutive wins after beating Rennes in Ligue 1.
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Palace confirm Souare capture

Crystal Palace have signed defender Pape Souare from Lille.
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Fletcher in West Ham talks

Louis van Gaal has confirmed Darren Fletcher is in talks with West Ham about a move away from Manchester United.
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Wenger unlikely to risk Sanchez, could start Gabriel

Gabriel Paulista could make his Arsenal debut on Sunday, but Alexis Sanchez is unlikely to feature due to a hamstring injury.
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Costa hit with three-match ban

The Football Association has banned Chelsea striker Diego Costa for three matches for violent conduct after a failed appeal.
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Barcelona v Villarreal: Xavi looking to put high-flyers in their place

Villarreal head to Camp Nou on Sunday in fine form and Barcelona star Xavi is looking to halt their unbeaten run at 18 matches.
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Simeone denies gesture towards referee

Diego Simeone has denied making an offensive gesture to the match referee during Atletico Madrid's Copa del Rey defeat to Barcelona.
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Ben Arfa ineligible to play for Nice

Nice will take their case to tribunal after French football's authorities ruled Hatem Ben Arfa will be unable to play for them this season.
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Ginola calls time on FIFA presidency bid

It was a tale of "mixed emotions" for David Ginola after he failed to secure the five nominations needed to stand for the FIFA presidency.
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Cork seals Swansea switch

Midfielder Jack Cork has completed his move from Southampton to Premier League rivals Swansea City.
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