Moreira back with 3 winners

Joao Moreira
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Night to remember for Walker, Kieser

THE SMILE SAYS IT ALL: Trainer Mark Walker leading in his 200th Kranji winner Fiscal Wings (jockey Manoel Nunes astride).
THEO KIESER: Trains his 100th Kranji winner with newcomer Super Winner.
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SIA cup-winning jockey Spencer to retire at 34

JUBILATION: Jockey Jamie Spencer celebrating his win in the 2001 Singapore Airlines International Cup on Endless Hall.
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Last-start winner Orujo can score again in Race 5

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City to pip pool

GOALS GALORE: With the last eight encounters between City and Liverpool producing 27 goals, City's Sergio Aguero (above) can be expected to be among those on target. 

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What they say about Mario Balotelli

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Why Balo can be pool's halo

Trust Rodgers to tame the beast in the man-child

BEEN THERE, DONE THAT: Mario Balotelli has bags of experience, having played for Inter Milan, Manchester City, AC Milan and represented Italy.
BEEN THERE, DONE THAT: Mario Balotelli has bags of experience, having played for Inter Milan, Manchester City, AC Milan and represented Italy.
BEEN THERE, DONE THAT: Mario Balotelli has bags of experience, having played for Inter Milan, Manchester City, AC Milan and represented Italy.
BEEN THERE, DONE THAT: Mario Balotelli has bags of experience, having played for Inter Milan, Manchester City, AC Milan and represented Italy.
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Lennon tipped for Palace job

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Cardiff want LMA boss to quit over Mackay statement

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No place to hide for Foxes at Stamford Bridge

Mourinho won't allow newly-promoted teams to pour ice on his title charge

SPORTING: Nominated by striker Didier Drogba, Jose Mourinho (above) takes up the ice bucket challenge to raise awareness for neurodegenerative illness ALS, better known as Lou Gehrig's disease.

Chelsea will look to build on their excellent start to the season by crushing their second newly-promoted team of the week in west London tonight.
Leicester City, winners of the Championship last season, will have their work cut out if they’re to take anything from this encounter.
Jose Mourino’s side are the title favourites, a status they did not earn by slipping up in winnable home games.
The Foxes could be pleased with their start last week, a late Chris Wood goal securing a point against Everton, but this will be a very different proposal.
There will be a level of excitement at Stamford Bridge, not least because of the way in which the Blues dismantled Burnley on Monday.
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