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SOCCER - PL
Manchester City's Premier League points record is safe for another year.
Champions Liverpool won't be able to surpass 100 points following last night's 2-1 defeat at Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.
Reiss Nelson scored the winner for the Gunners, with their manager Mikel Arteta admitting afterwards he has "big concerns" about whether he'll be given transfer funds to improve his squad in order to compete with the top teams next season.
Wolves' European hopes suffered a serious blow as they were held to a 1-1 draw at Burnley.
VAR awarded a contentious injury time penalty following a handball by Matt Doherty allowing Burnley to level.
Tottenham Hotspur are just a point off the top six following a 3-1 win at Newcastle United.
While Bournemouth's hopes of survival are all but over after a 2-1 defeat at Manchester City.
The battle for a top-four place continues tonight.
Fourth placed Leicester City welcome Sheffield United to the King Power Stadium for a 6pm start.
Fifth placed Manchester United are away to Crystal Palace at 8.15.
Elsewhere, Aston Villa can move to within a point of safety with a win at Everton,
And Brighton travel to Southampton.
Leeds United can take another step towards promotion to the Premier League this evening.
They welcome Yorkshire rivals Barnsley to Elland Road for a 5pm kick off.
Even if they win, they'll have to wait for promotion because of Brentford's victory over Preston North End last night.
Brentford still have hopes of gaining automatic promotion from the Championship.
They're within a point of second placed West Brom this morning thanks to a 1-nil win against Preston.
Swansea are three points adrift of the play-off spots following a 2-all draw with Nottingham Forest.
GAELIC GAMES - Kieran O’Connor RIP
Kieran O'Connor has been called one of Aghada's 'greatest clubmen'.
The 2010 All Ireland-winning footballer with Cork has sadly died at the age of 41.
O'Connor had been battling a rare form of bone cancer.
GOLF - Memorial
Rory McIlroy, Shane Lowry and Graeme McDowell are in the field for the Memorial Tournament on the US PGA Tour in Ohio later today.
McIlroy plays alongside Tiger Woods, who makes his return to competitive golf for the first time since the season resumed.
McIlroy says he’s feeling refreshed after taking some time off to work with his coach.
There's a seven-race card at Leopardstown this evening.
The first goes to post at 4.15.
Football's lawmakers have confirmed teams will still be allowed to use up to five substitutes next season.
The measures were brought in to protect player welfare when action resumed after the lockdown.
The Premier League is yet to decide if it'll adopt the rule in the next campaign.
UEFA say only three substitutes can be used in the 2020-21 Champions League and Europa League.