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# Still Alive

Last year
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Everton earn priceless win in Premier League relegation battle
Frank Lampard’s side beat Chelsea 1-0 at a raucous Goodison Park.
All time
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Ten-man Juve beat champions Inter to keep top-four hopes alive
Juve played most of the second half a man down and scored an own goal with seven minutes remaining but still claimed a crucial win.
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McIlroy produces strong finish but slips three shots behind in Mexico
Three birdies in the last five holes saw McIlroy sign for a two-under-par 69. He’s three shots behind American leader Bryson DeChambeau.
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Saracens escape points deduction and are fined just €50,000 at hearing
The English club are free to face Leinster in the quarter-finals, although EPCR can appeal the decision.
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Ireland Sevens open with surprise defeat to Canada but bounce back against Spain
The Men’s side will face France tomorrow but they need Spain to do them a favour against Canada too.
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Tuilagi dots down on the double as rampant England thump Italy
It made for Italy’s 21st successive defeat in the Six Nations, while England kept their title hopes alive.
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'The better team won' - Glasgow's Townsend gracious after defeat to Munster
The Warriors head coach believes his side can make the Champions Cup quarter-finals.
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Juve stage heroic comeback after conceding twice to Bayern
Paulo Dybala and Stefano Sturaro made it 2-2 after Thomas Muller and Arjen Robben had scored in tonight’s Champions League last-16 first leg.
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Connacht advance into Champions Cup play-off against Gloucester
Pat Lam’s men will need to win two more games if they’re to reach Europe’s top tier next season.
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'We’re still alive' - Foley proud of Munster's fight to secure bonus point
The Munster head coach did rue missed opportunities in attack in the first-half.
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All-Ireland 'wide open' as McCaffrey's Dubs look to quarter-final
The Dublin captain would not fear meeting Kilkenny again.