The GiveMeSport Report - January 28

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Juan Mata prepares for his Manchester United debut in the Premier League.

Newcastle set to lose a world-class midfielder to PSG.

Radamel Falcao vows to fight for World Cup fitness.

Formula 1 testing begins in Jerez ahead of 2014 season.

After signing for the Red Devils on Saturday, Mata is expected to feature at some stage for the Premier League champions against Cardiff City tonight.

The Spaniard is starting a new chapter in his career at Old Trafford, but admits he left Chelsea with a heavy heart after two great years in particular.

One player also set to start a new chapter is Yohan Cabaye, after the Toon agreed a fee with Paris Saint-Germain for his services.

The French international moved to Tyneside from Lille back in 2011, but is set to move back to Ligue 1 for an initial £19million.

Newcastle begin life without Cabaye at Norwich, whilst Liverpool’s clash with Everton is the pick of the Premier League fixtures on Tuesday.

Elsewhere in world football, striker Radamel Falcao has vowed to fight back from a knee injury which has put his World Cup participation in doubt.

The Colombian international is facing a race against time to feature in this summer’s showpiece event, but will be doing everything he can to make it to Brazil.

And finally, in Formula 1, a new era begins today with testing in Jerez.

The practice session in southern France offers teams, fans and the media an opportunity to look at the cars ahead of a season full of rule changes and technical modifications.

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