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As the UK’s general election approaches, it’s said that future general elections could be decided by voters casting their ballots online.

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The Battle of the Bridge

Chelsea Barcelona is this week's most compelling Round read more

Chelsea Barcelona is this week's most compelling Round of 16 match up in the Champions League and we look ahead to what should be a pulsating encounter at Stamford Bridge. We've also been in conversation with former Wisden Cricketer of the Year, Ravi Ashwin, who shares his views on India's recent test series with South Africa, the prospects of a test championship and his bid to master leg spin. Russell Sissing, the head coach at Ashwin's Gennext Academy at King's School Barsha, joins us to discuss the growth of cricket at grass roots level in the UAE, and explains how the renowned spin bowler is planning to grow his coaching empire

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VAR from perfect!

We revisit the VAR debate during a busy read more

We revisit the VAR debate during a busy show in which former Barcelona and Chelsea forward Eidur Gudjohnsen helps us preview tomorrow’s tantalising Champions League fixture between the two clubs. Eidur also weighs in on Pep and Jose, as the UAE’s biggest Chelsea fan joins us for a chat - and this gentleman is armed with the stats that he claims should herald a Blues win!

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In conversation with Eidur Gudjohnsen

Former Chelsea and Barcelona star Eidur Gudjohnsen has read more

Former Chelsea and Barcelona star Eidur Gudjohnsen has some unique perspectives on the beautiful game. As one of only a few men to play under both Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho, his insight into the modern club game borrows some its greatest managerial lights. And as for Iceland’s national team, Gudjohnsen lifts the lid on how they made it all the way to Russia. 

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Real put Paris in their place

They’re the would-be Kings of Europe, but Paris read more

They’re the would-be Kings of Europe, but Paris St Germain were second best against the reigning champs Real Madrid last night. We pour over some remarkable scoring stats and wonder whether Unai Emery could be on borrowed time. Meanwhile, Chris joins us on the line from Sweden ahead of the Ultimate footballing fairytale, lowly Ostersunds’ Europa League tie with Arsenal!

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Greg Rutherford returns!

Our Olympic gold-medal winning long jump correspondent is read more

Our Olympic gold-medal winning long jump correspondent is back in studio - and he’s also filling in as the resident Man United fan in Chris’s absence! The Champions League is back, and the Winter Olympics are well under way, with Greg lending his unique insight as an Olympic athlete into events over in South Korea

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What’s wrong with Man United?

Another turgid team display, another lacklustre performance from read more

Another turgid team display, another lacklustre performance from their big names, all is not well at Manchester United and their woes are the first port of call for Robbie, Dale and Sean. We also cross to Spain for a preview of the crunch Champions League fixture between Real Madrid and Paris St Germain, plus debate the merits of Kevin de Bruyne’s Ballon D’Or prospects

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Local sport at an elite level

Mark Cavendish is back in the winners’ circle read more

Mark Cavendish is back in the winners’ circle on Stage Three of the Dubai Tour and local heroes of an inaugural elite amateur race have joined in studio to share their stories. We also catch up with a pair of top triathletes ahead of this month’s TriYas event to discover what more about the local triathlon and Ironman scene.

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In conversation with Greg Rutherford

We’re joined by Olympic, World and Commonwealth gold read more

We’re joined by Olympic, World and Commonwealth gold medal winning long jumper Greg Rutherford to talk all things athletics. Greg reflects on his finest hour as an integral part of London 2012’s ‘Super Saturday’, reveals the whereabouts of his medal and discusses the future of the sport. 

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Monday Night Football: Salah or De Bruyne for POY?

Chris has a gripe about Harry Kane’s penalty-winning read more

Chris has a gripe about Harry Kane’s penalty-winning antics to get off his chest, and Robbie has an ill-conceived solution to the seemingly never-ending controversy over high profile penalty decisions. Plus, we ask if Mo Salah has usurped Kevin De Bruyne as the league’s best player and debate the future of Antonio Conte - just where has it all gone wrong at Chelsea?

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Our tech expert and T-break.ae’s Senior Editor Nick Rego joins us in the studio every Wednesday to answer all of your online and tech related questions. Send ’em in!!


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