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Lamb started a couple of early-season games in the absence of Toby Flood

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Leicester, the reigning English champions, have some serious rugby ahead of them over the next month: a humdinger derby with high-performing Northampton this weekend, quickly followed by a horribly difficult Heineken Cup trip to Belfast, a must-win home match with Treviso in the same competition and an awkward Premiership contest at Wasps – a game they will have to play without their England personnel, who will be in red-rose camp by then.

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Former Wimbledon finalist David Nalbandian has announced his retirement from tennis, citing a shoulder injury as the reason behind his decision.

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Footballer Ledley King coaches children last month. Many children don’t get enough exercise

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Luis Suarez made his return to Liverpool action against Manchester United on Wednesday

Brendan Rodgers tips Liverpool striker Luis Suarez to hit the ground running on his Premier League return against Sunderland

The Uruguayan made his return after his 10-match ban in the 1-0 Capital One Cup defeat to Manchester United

Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge pictured together in training

Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez backed to combine and create a 'real threat' for Liverpool, says Brendan Rodgers

The England striker has shown his best form during Suarez's suspension

Arsenal set to be boosted by the return of Tomas Rosicky, Santi Cazorla and Lukas Podolski in the coming weeks, confirms Arsene Wenger

The Gunners sit top of the Premier League table despite a lengthy injury list

Luis Suarez pictured on his return for Liverpool

Luis Suarez says 'it's very important I'm back' and vows to give his all after returning for Liverpool

The striker was unable to stop his side losing to Manchester United in the Capital One Cup

Loïc Rémy celebrates one of his two goals for Newcastle

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Luis Suarez owes a debt to Liverpool fans, says Breandan Rodgers

The Reds saw their unbeaten start to the season come to an end although increasing injury concerns have been lessened by the impending return of Suarez on Wednesday

Jack Wilshere sitting alongside Aaron Ramsey at the Arsenal squad photo shoot

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger confident that Jack Wilshere will soon be back to his best as he is not yet match fit

Wenger has linked Wilshere with his club team-mate Aaron Ramsey after the Welshman made a brilliant start to the season having come back from a horrific double-leg break

Andrew and Lesley Reeve, who will today be sentenced at Teesside Crown Court

Couple sentenced over theft of £95,000 from godmother's life savings

The woman's godmother, who suffers with dementia, allowed the man to become a signatory on her bank account

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