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Mourinho: History not a factor

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho insists his personal 13-match unbeaten record against Arsene Wenger's Arsenal is irrelevant ahead of Sunday's Community Shield at Wembley.

Lambert scores brace on Baggies bow

Liverpool striker Rickie Lambert is on his way to West Brom

Rickie Lambert enjoyed a whirlwind start to his West Brom career on Friday as hours after passing a medical and signing a two-year deal he marked his debut with two goals.

Finn revels in dream return

Steven Finn, right, took five wickets on day two at Edgbaston

Steven Finn has had a long and difficult road back to the Test arena but after bringing England to the brink of an Ashes victory at Edgbaston he admitted he was finally having fun again.

Rose blooms while Woods makes gains

Justin Rose is the defending champion at the Quicken Loans National

Justin Rose began the defence of his Quicken Loans National title with a compelling five-under-par 66 as Tiger Woods showed flashes of his best form at the event he hosts.

Delighted Koeman avoids complacency

Ronald Koeman was a happy man as Southampton beat Vitesse 3-0

Southampton could not have wished for more on their return to European football, but Ronald Koeman will not let complacency slip in against Vitesse Arnhem.

Valencia knee worry for Bilic

West Ham boss Slaven Bilic was sent from the stands as his side drew 2-2 with Astra Giurgiu.

Slaven Bilic saw his 10-man West Ham let slip a two-goal lead and was sent to the stands on Thursday night - but he was left worried by a potentially serious injury to Enner Valencia.

Saints shine on European return

Shane Long celebrates after scoring the third goal

Southampton enjoyed a dream return to continental football, hitting three past Vitesse Arnhem as they secured a first European win in nearly 34 years.

Ten-man West Ham draw with Astra

Mauro Zarate celebrates scoring West Ham's second goal

West Ham boss Slaven Bilic was sent to the stands after seeing his side let a two-goal lead slip as they once again toiled with 10 men and their quest to reach the Europa League group stages lurched on.

McLean strike gives hope to Dons

Derek McInnes praised his team's reaction in Kazakhstan

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes praised his team for coming out fighting after a poor start in Kazakhstan - but he still rates Kairat Almaty as favourites following a 2-1 Europa League defeat.

Anderson suffers side problem

James Anderson walks off the field after hurting his side at Edgbaston

James Anderson will be assessed by England's medical staff overnight after leaving the field with a "tight side" on day two of the third Ashes Test.

Newcastle net Mbemba deal

Chancel Mbemba has been cleared by the FA to join Newcastle

Newcastle have announced the signing of Chancel Mbemba and hope he will be granted a work permit in time to start the Premier League season at the club.

Luiz looks forward to Angel arrival

Angel Di Maria is said to be closing in on a move to PSG

David Luiz still regards Angel di Maria as one of the best footballers on the planet and is looking forward to playing alongside him once he completes his transfer from Manchester United to Paris St Germain.