Red Dawn worth the wait in last race

Larry Foley's comments on today's Kranji Meeting

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HONG KONG RACING

Designs on Rome set for second QE II Cup

"He looks set to defend his QE II Cup crown following a good fourth in Dubai last month despite an unsuitable pace." - Phillip Woo, on Designs On Rome (above)
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Fellaini: I wanted to leave United

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Sorry Reds, Devils rule in Singapore

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EPL

'Giggs will be next boss'

Van Gaal likens Welshman to his former assistant Mourinho

GIGGS THE GAFFER:
 Louis van Gaal (left) says Ryan Giggs (left) is learning the ropes as a manager quickly.
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Double blow has Burnley on brink

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EPL

Dogged Albion stand firm to frustrate Reds' European bid

Toothless Liverpool in stalemate

CRUNCH: West Brom defender Craig Dawson halts Liverpool striker Raheem Sterling with a heavy challenge.
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Leboeuf: Hazard's the best in EPL

Former Chelsea star Leboeuf says Belgium playmaker will silence Gunners tonight

FRANKLY: Frank Leboeuf (near right), answering questions during a session with fans at Courts Tampines megastore yesterday, believes Eden Hazard is on the same level as 
Lionel Messi.
Eden Hazard.

With a month left in this EPL campaign, Chelsea are charging towards the English Premier League title.

Holding a 10-point lead at the summit, the Blues are on the brink of landing a third league title under Jose Mourinho.

Beat second-placed Arsenal in their own den at the Emirates tonight and Mourinho knows they will be just three points from glory.

Former Chelsea star Frank Leboeuf, who made over 200 appearances in his five-year spell at Stamford Bridge, believes John Terry and Co. can silence the Gunners, because they have the best player in the EPL — Eden Hazard.

Leboeuf, who was part of the 1998 World Cup-winning France side, is in town as part of Courts Singapore’s celebrations for SG50 and met fans at the retailer’s megastore in Tampines yesterday.

Speaking to The New Paper, the 47-year-old former defender identified Hazard as the man to watch in tonight’s London derby, even elevating the 24-year-old Belgian to the same level as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Read the full report in our print edition on April 26.

Subscribe to The New Paper, now available in print and digital, at http://bit.ly/tnpeshop.

Hazard the Player of the Year: Dalglish

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EPL

Statistics don't matter to Mourinho

Blues boss sees tonight's clash as a one-off despite his unbeaten record against Wenger

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