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Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool can deal with Philippe Coutinho blow

Klopp has ruled Daniel Sturridge and Adam Lallana out of the midweek tie with injury, while he will wait and see on the fitness of Roberto Firmino , who took a kick to the calf in the Sunderland game. 'We expected that we will win against Sunderland but also we knew it wouldn't be easy, ' Klopp said. "I don't have to make a decision until tomorrow".



US health care tab hits $3.2T; fastest growth in 8 years

For those who do not maintain that care, Price's plan would institute state-level high-risk pools to help cover them. Looking at Price's record, we see he voted for House Speaker Paul Ryan's budget plan, which would replace Medicare with a voucher system, aka coupon care, meaning seniors would pay significantly more for health care.



Du Plessis: ICC using me as scapegoat

South Africa's interim Test skipper Faf du Plessis was fined for ball-tampering on Tuesday but was cleared to play the third and final Test against Australia. But he soon adopted a straight face as he explained that he did not deliberately chew a mint in order to add a sticky coating to the saliva he uses to polish the ball - which in theory would make the ball swing more and be more hard for Australia's batsmen to face.


Lyon keeper Lopes suffers 'acoustic trauma' after firecracker

Lyon keeper Lopes suffers 'acoustic trauma' after firecracker

As players and medical staff rushed over to help another firecracker landed next to Lopes and exploded next to the goalkeeper and a club doctor. The players pleaded with the fans to behave themselves, but the match officials deemed it too risky to continue and the game was called off.



Rookie Wentz struggles again in 32-14 loss to Bengals

The Cincinnati Bengals (4-7-1) defeated the Philadelphia Eagles (5-7-0) 32 - 14 Sunday in a Week 13 match-up at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati , OH. WR Dorial Green-Beckham suffered a rib injury in the fourth quarter and went for X-rays. Had 3 TFL in last meeting. DE WALLACE GILBERRY had sack, TFL & FR-TD in last meeting.


Redblacks win thriller at 104th Grey Cup

Redblacks win thriller at 104th Grey Cup

The 2016 Redblacks are just the third team to reach the Grey Cup with a losing regular-season record. Redblacks quarterback Henry Burris overcame an injury in warm-up to lead his team to victory and was the named the game MVP. "If you don't like ups and downs and all that kind of stuff, then football's not a good profession to be in", Ottawa coach Rick Campbell said. "I think you know the answer to that question", he said.