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In noting that Ruler Of The World had not been burdened with such a portentous name by accident, John Magnier apologised at Epsom on Saturday for the number of colts owned by the Coolmore partners – George Washington apart, presumably – that had failed to live up to their implicit expectations when named after American presidents. The christening of Stubbs, however, suggests that they may have a masterpiece on their hands after his impressive success at Naas yesterday.

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Arsenal v Chelsea third place play-off: Date set for potential showdown

Villa Park will host match next Sunday in event the sides are level

Theo Walcott restored Arsenal's lead after latching onto a Cazorla cross

Chelsea v Arsenal third place play-off: Petr Cech perplexed by potential for Premier League showdown

The sides could realistically end up level on points, goal difference and goals scored

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O’Shea believes league positions will have no bearing on who lifts the season’s first silverware

Conor O'Shea refuses to wear 'favourites' mantle

Harlequins director of rugby Conor O'Shea has rejected the tag of favourites ahead of today's LV= Cup final against Sale at Sixways.

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