Conte looks on course to replicate Raneiri's achievement of winning the Premier League, with Chelsea still seven points clear of Tottenham at the top of the division. They are now top of the pile and have a seven point lead over nearest rivals Tottenham with only eight fixtures remaining. Conte's current assistant first-team coach, who also acts as number two to England boss Gareth Southgate, is set to end his eight-year spell at Stamford Bridge this summer in order to concentrate fully on ...
Fortunately, several who spoke with Sky Sports just now say that the track is drying, with McLaren driver Stoffel Vandoorne saying that the back of the Shanghai International Circuit even has some dry spots. "I was trying to hang on obviously, but I don't think it was a fight I was ever going to come out winning". "Also, Turn 6, 7, 8, always trying to go around the outside or inside".
He shot a steady 1-under 71 to remain in striking distance, a stroke behind co-leaders Justin Rose and Sergio Garcia. He took a double and is part of a three-way tie at 4 under, two out of the lead. "I certainly know anything can happen on Sunday", said Spieth, referring to his collapse past year. "I plan to play aggressive because at this point, it's win or go home".
The Blues secured a vital 2-1 win against Manchester City on Wednesday, Eden Hazard scored both the goals to keep Tottenham at bay. "Honestly it's disappointing when, in the end, you find yourself thrown on the front page with people talking about you", he told Sky Sport Italia .
Dunford invited Mr. Kushner and Mr. Bossert to meet with Iraqi leaders, US advisers and visit with USA forces in the field to receive an update on the status of the counter-ISIS campaign in Iraq and Syria", Hicks said . Dunford's delegation also met Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, whose office said their talks focused on the ongoing battle to retake the city of Mosul from Islamic State and USA -led coalition assistance, including aiding civilians displaced by the fighting.
Red Sox play-by-play man Dave O'Brien left the ballpark during the middle of Sunday's game after getting sick, too. The Red Sox trailed the Tigers four separate times but bounced back on all four occasions, finally breaking the game open in the eighth to go up for good.