• WATCH, STREAM: Premier League TV schedule – Week 9

    WATCH, STREAM: Premier League TV schedule – Week 9

    Week 9 of the 2016-17 Premier League season is here. It all kicks off with Bournemouth hosting Tottenham Hotspur (7:30 a.m. ET live NBCSN andonline via NBC Sports.com) at the Vitality Stadium with two teams full of young English players to go head-to-head. Then Arsenal welcome Middlesbrough (10 a.m. ET live NBCSN and online via NBC Sports.com) to the Emirates with Arsene Wenger‘s side searching for a seventh-straight win in the PL, while Boro have won just one of their opening eight games. Rounding things off on Saturday, Liverpool and West Brom clash at Anfield (12:30 p.m. ET live NBC and online via NBC Sports.com) in a battle between two different styles. Can Tony Pulis‘ pragmatic approach

  • Qatar World Cup stadium worker dies
    AFP4 hours ago

    Qatar World Cup stadium worker dies

    Qatar's World Cup organisers have announced that a worker employed in the construction of one of the stadiums for the 2022 tournament has died in a "work-related" incident. It is the first time World Cup organisers in Qatar have announced a work-related death in regard to the tournament. "A full investigation is underway to determine the factors which contributed to the death of one of our workers," it added.

  • Barzagli angry with AC Milan defeat
    Omnisport5 hours ago

    Barzagli angry with AC Milan defeat

    Juventus defender Andrea Barzagli was left fuming after the Serie A champions suffered a 1-0 defeat to AC Milan at San Siro. A stunning strike from Manuel Locatelli in the second half sealed a win for the home side that takes them to within two points of Juve at the top of the table. The visitors were furious when Miralem Pjanic's first-half free-kick nestled into the far corner, only for the officials to disallow the goal after Milan players had complained about offside infringements from Medhi Benatia and Leonardo Bonucci.