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Thibaut Courtois says Chelsea haven't won the Premier League yet

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Football: Courtois insists that Chelsea don't have the league wrapped up

Boxing: Manny Pacquiao confirms that he will fight Amir Khan

Golf: Rory McIlroy claims legal battles won't affect Dubai form

Courtois insistence

Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has insisted that his side aren’t in the clear just yet with regards to the Premier League title, and that the Blues could slip up if they don’t maintain optimum concentration levels.

The Belgian international claimed the Premier League was very difficult, and refused to rule out the likes of Manchester City gaining ground on them despite their faltering early form.

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Pacquiao vs Khan

Manny Pacquiao has revealed that he would be open to fighting British boxer Amir Khan, even if it means travelling to the UK to do it. The Filipino multi-division champion told how he wanted to retire in the next few years, but was willing to fight anyone at this current moment in time.

McIlroy confidence

And in golf Rory McIlroy has insisted that his legal battles will not affect his form in Dubai, despite the fact he’s been holding talks with his lawyers. The world number one is set to face an in-court fight against his former management firm Horizon Sports Management, with the dispute scheduled to go to commercial court in Dublin next year.

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