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Tottenham are now just one point behind rivals Arsenal

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Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp feels his team are "coming back strong" at the right time but was never overly concerned about their form.

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Wasps director of rugby David Young is confident his team can evade relegation from the Premiership after leaving the Recreation Ground with a losing bonus point from Saturday's 17-12 defeat against Bath.

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Tom Cleverley should make his first United start since August tonight

Ferguson delighted to pick brains of 'clever' Cleverley

The talk behind the scenes at Old Trafford yesterday was of sustainability. The stadium is the first of its size in Britain to be awarded an environmental quality mark, though that did not feature in Sir Alex Ferguson's discussion of where English sides now feature in the continental pecking order.

Tom Cleverley should make his first United start since August tonight

Ferguson delighted to pick brains of 'clever' Cleverley

The talk behind the scenes at Old Trafford yesterday was of sustainability. The stadium is the first of its size in Britain to be awarded a prestigious environmental quality mark, though "ISO 14001" – to give it its full title – understandably did not feature in Sir Alex Ferguson's discussion of where his and other English sides now feature in the continental pecking order.

EDINSON CAVANI: The Napoli forward scored two in his side’s 3-0 victory at Fiorentina

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Napoli secured an excellent 3-0 away victory at Fiorentina in Serie A prior to their Champions League last-16 home tie with Chelsea tomorrow.

Smiles better: 'It’s a great moment to be England manager,' says David Bernstein

We do believe the hype over Harry: he's 'amazing'

FA chairman Bernstein gives broad hint over who is first choice to be England manager – and insists there will be no 'penny-pinching' with Spurs over compensation

The Diary: Car park problems are starting to drive the peers mad

The House of Lords is a sedate place where little disturbs the calm, but there are two major issues currently endangering their lordships' blood pressures.

Universities, including Oxford, pay an average £14,000 in staff expenses

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investigation reveals subsidies for global travel and entertainment as colleges face swingeing cuts and student fees treble

Round-up: Cotterill relishing rapid response as Forest fire

Steve Cotterill has called his Nottingham Forest side "fantastic" after a 2-1 win at Blackpool maintained his 100 per cent start as manager. Forest were in the relegation zone when Cotterill took charge but the former Portsmouth boss has produced instant results, with Saturday's result the second win in as many games.

White Denim, Electric Ballroom, London

The last time I saw White Denim they were a formidable psychedelic power trio who delivered one of the most blistering aural assaults I'd heard in ages.

Album: Example, Playing In The Shadows (Ministry Of Sound)

At times, Example's third album gives the impression that this hip-hop malarkey is just too easy for him, spraying out lines that other MCs would give their tongue for.

Album: Wretch 32, Black and White (Levels/Ministry of Sound)

In the wake of last week's riots, the North London rapper Jermaine Scott, aka Wretch 32, is bound to be tagged as the Voice of Young Tottenham, though there's much more going on in his rhymes – both musically and lyrically – than that kind of simplistic link might suggest.

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