Following Friday's straightforward victory over Lithuania, Roy Hodgson's side face a must sterner test in TurinRead the full story ›
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Arsenal and Chelsea are the best attacking midfielders in Europe this year, according to figures powered by Opta and published by the CIES Observatory.
Based on performances of player who have featured in more than 66% of matches since January 1st, the Premier League rivals each scored 100 and were followed by Jesus Navas of Man City.
The six key performance indicators specified were rigour, recovery, distribution, take on, chance creation and shooting.
See the full results here.
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Top seed Serena Williams advanced to the quarter-finals of the Miami Open as Venus Williams upset fourth seed Caroline Wozniacki.
Serena beat 24th seed Svetlana Kuznetsova 6-2 6-3, while her elder sister Venus, who is the 16th seed, beat former world number one Wozniacki of Denmark 6-3 7-6 (7/1).
Venus will play Carla Suarez Navarro, the 12th seed, in the last eight after the Spaniard saw off seventh seed Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland 5-7 6-0 6-4.
Next up for Serena is a clash with Sabine Lisicki of Germany after her 6-1 6-2 defeat of Italy's Sara Errani.
Amir Khan has promised to end British boxer Kell Brook's career, but warned his rivals he will have to wait.
Khan, who has fought just twice in the last two years, is set to name his next opponent in the coming days but says he would love a clash with Brook at some stage.
However, the Bolton man is in no hurry to face his compatriot, with both boxers still holding out hope of taking on either Floyd Mayweather or Manny Pacquiao, who meet each other on May 2.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Khan said:
I'd love to go in the ring and fight Kell Brook because it could be his last fight against me, because the thing is I would give him so much of a beating that it could end up being his last fight.
And maybe that's why he wants it, because he knows that one fight against me will financially secure him for the rest of his life.
But it's all about timing. If I've got a different route and I want to face the likes of the Mayweathers or Pacquiaos out there, then Kell Brook will have to wait.
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