Empezó la Champions League

Con los duelos eliminatorios para pasar a la ronda de grupos arrancó la Champions

Premier League: Wo kann ich Brighton & Hove Albion gegen Chelsea im Livestream sehen?

Zum Auftakt des 24. Spieltags der Premier League empfängt Brighton & Hove Albion den FC Chelsea . Während die Blues ihren Champions-League-Platz behaupten wollen, geht es für Brighton darum, Punkte gegen den Abstieg zu sammeln. SPOX liefert euch alle wichtigen Infos zur Partie und verrät euch, wo ihr das Spiel im Livestream und Liveticker verfolgen könnt.

UFC 220 predictions: Who emerges from Miocic vs. Ngannou, Cormier vs. Oezdemir?

Can Francis Ngannou and Volkan Oezdemir dethrone Stipe Miocic and Daniel Cormier respectively become UFC champions?

NASCAR revamps Rookie of the Year points system in national series

The new points system reflects how series champions are determined.

NASCAR revamps Rookie of the Year points system in national series

The new points system reflects how series champions are determined.

Sobhy, 15-year-old Stefanoni in Grand Central squash tourney

Cesar Salazar, left, of Mexico, returns a shot from Marwan El Shorbagy, of Egypt, during the JP Morgan Tournament of Champions professional squash competition at Grand Central Terminal in New York, Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Sobhy, 15-year-old Stefanoni in Grand Central squash tourney

Simon Rosner, right, of Germany, competes against Daryl Selby, of England, inside a glass enclosure during the JP Morgan Tournament of Champions professional squash competition at Grand Central Terminal in New York, Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Sobhy, 15-year-old Stefanoni in Grand Central squash tourney

Simon Rosner, right, of Germany, competes against Daryl Selby, of England, inside a glass enclosure during the JP Morgan Tournament of Champions professional squash competition at Grand Central Terminal in New York, Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Sobhy, 15-year-old Stefanoni in Grand Central squash tourney

Simon Rosner, left, of Germany, returns a shot from Daryl Selby, of England, during the JP Morgan Tournament of Champions professional squash competition at Grand Central Terminal in New York, Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Sobhy, 15-year-old Stefanoni in Grand Central squash tourney

Marwan El Shorbagy, left, of Egypt, returns a shot from Cesar Salazar, of Mexico, right, during the JP Morgan Tournament of Champions professional squash competition at Grand Central Terminal in New York, Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Marwan El Shorbagy, left, of Egypt, returns a shot from Cesar Salazar, of Mexico, right, during the JP Morgan Tournament of Champions professional squash competition at Grand Central Terminal in New York, Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Cesar Salazar, left, of Mexico, returns a shot from Marwan El Shorbagy, of Egypt, during the JP Morgan Tournament of Champions professional squash competition at Grand Central Terminal in New York, Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Simon Rosner, right, of Germany, competes against Daryl Selby, of England, inside a glass enclosure during the JP Morgan Tournament of Champions professional squash competition at Grand Central Terminal in New York, Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Simon Rosner, right, of Germany, competes against Daryl Selby, of England, inside a glass enclosure during the JP Morgan Tournament of Champions professional squash competition at Grand Central Terminal in New York, Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Simon Rosner, left, of Germany, returns a shot from Daryl Selby, of England, during the JP Morgan Tournament of Champions professional squash competition at Grand Central Terminal in New York, Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Welterweight fighter Errol Spence celebrates after knocking out Alejandro Barrera during the Premier Boxing Champions at Bomb Factory on November 28, 2015 in Dallas, Texas

Welterweight fighter Errol Spence celebrates after knocking out Alejandro Barrera during the Premier Boxing Champions at Bomb Factory on November 28, 2015 in Dallas, Texas

US aims to groom tennis champs at national campus in Florida

In this Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017, photo, indoor tennis courts available for practice are seen at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Fla. The National Campus is where dozens of professional tennis players go through preseason preparations, and train during the season when the ATP and WTA tournament schedules permit. It's where promising juniors can go so that, in theory, America's future tennis champions will be groomed in the hopes of repeating results such as at last year's U.S. Open _ where all four female semifinalists were from the host nation for the first time since 1981. (AP Photo/John Raoux)

In this Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017, photo, indoor tennis courts available for practice are seen at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Fla. The National Campus is where dozens of professional tennis players go through preseason preparations, and train during the season when the ATP and WTA tournament schedules permit. It's where promising juniors can go so that, in theory, America's future tennis champions will be groomed in the hopes of repeating results such as at last year's U.S. Open _ where all four female semifinalists were from the host nation for the first time since 1981. (AP Photo/John Raoux)

First-Grade Class Sends Jaguars Game Plan for How To Beat Patriots

The key to stopping the Patriots from going to back-to-back Super Bowls might just be a folder of notes put together by the first-grade class at The Bolles School in Jacksonville.

The young students sent Jaguars coach Doug Marrone pages of advice on how to dethrone the defending champions Thursday, according to Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com.

"I've got to get through this," Marrone told reporters. "This is from the Bolles first grade and this has the answers that maybe I'm looking for, maybe how we can stop the Patriots."

Marrone added the team is "taking as much advice as we can because we need it."

What if this folder labeled "Dear Jags, Want to beat the Patriots? Here's how......... Advice from your #1 fans in Bolles First Grade!!" actually does have the answers on how to slow down Bill Belichick and Tom Brady?

Think about what types of exotic blitzes a first-grader would scheme up. Or the the amount of trick plays they might have designed.

It would be shocking if there isn't at least one fake punt in that folder and it's hard to believe Belichick would be ready for the types of plays a six-year-old would imagine.

Marrone might get better advice from Jaguars vice president of football operations Tom Coughlin, who was 4-4 in the playoffs as the Jaguars coach and beat Belichick in two Super Bowls.

But who is to say these kids didn't create a game plan that will knock Brady off his game? Never underestimate the youth.

NFL playoffs: Each remaining team's chances of advancing to Super Bowl 52

AccuScore predicts the conference champions and participants in Super Bowl 52.

Howard Webb Replaces Peter Walton as General Manager of PRO

Renowned former referee Howard Webb has been promoted to general manager of the Professional Referee Organization, which oversees games in the U.S. and Canada, SI.com can confirm. The New York City-based Webb, who joined PRO last March and has overseen the implementation of the Video Assistant Referee program in MLS, replaces Peter Walton, who has been the GM since 2014 and will remain a consultant with the organization. ESPN first reported the news on Thursday.

Webb, originally from England, had a long and successful career as a referee and is best known for working the UEFA Champions League final and FIFA World Cup final in the same year (2010).

Webb spoke in detail about VAR last year on the Planet Fútbol Podcast. Give it a listen to learn everything you need to know about how it works.

Jones insists weakened England can challenge for Six Nations hat-trick

Reigning Six Nations champions England are hampered by injury and suspension, but Eddie Jones remains defiant in the face of pessimism.

Champions Cup : Clermont peut-il tout perdre ?

Nick Abendanon et Isaia Toeava / AFP

Previa Inter Vs Roma - Pronóstico de apuestas Serie A Italiana 2017-18

Una vez alcanzado el ecuador de la Serie A italiana, Nápoles y Juventus se han desmarcado del resto y parece ser que el título se decidirá en un mano a mano. Por detrás han quedado los equipos de la capital, Lazio y Roma, además del Inter de Milán. Entre estos tres equipos saldrán los dos cupos restantes para Champions League, el otro deberá conformarse con la segunda competición continental, la Europa League. Este domingo 21 de enero a las 15:45 horas, se enfrentan dos de ellos. El Inter de Milán recibe en el estadio Giuseppe Meazza a la Roma.

Chelsea Reignite Interest in Former Target Fernando Llorente & Spurs Fans Are Loving it

g it ​Chelsea are ready to reignite their longstanding interest in Fernando Llorente - and Tottenham fans want the deal to happen. The ​Independent has reported that Antonio Conte wishes to finally be united with the striker he has chased for the past two transfer windows. Spurs pipped London rivals Chelsea to the £12m capture of Llorente despite the Premier League champions chasing him all summer long - another dagger in the heart of Conte who had missed out on other potential targets last...