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  • Sunday’s European Football Round-Up

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  • Rukudzo Vengesa In the EPL YESTERDAY, Manchester United lost further ground on leaders and neighbours Manchester City following a dire goalless draw away at Chelsea. Neither side was at their best with chances at a premium. Chelsea had the best chance but United keeper David de Gea made a great one-handed save from Hakim Ziyech in the second half while the Red Devils will feel aggrieved that they were denied what appeared to be a stonewall penalty in the first

In the EPL, the action gets underway with runaway leaders Manchester City hosting in-form West Ham in the early kick-off. The Hammers are building a fantastic season that has them firmly in the hunt for CL football next season, but this will surely prove to be too great a challenge against a City side gunning for 20 wins on the spin in all competitions.Sunday has a whole host of great matches – 3rd placed Leicester City entertain fallen giants Arsenal

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