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Football: The English Premier League is heating up as top teams such as Liverpool, Manchester City, and Chelsea continue to jostle for positions at the top of The Sun News Today table. Manchester United’s inconsistent form has seen them drop to 7th position, while Tottenham Hotspur’s injury crisis has left them with an uphill battle to maintain their top 4 position. The race for the Golden Boot is also getting tighter, with Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy currently leading the way with 14 goals so far.

In the international scene, Euro 2020 is fast approaching and the participating teams have been revealed. With France, Portugal, and Germany making up the ‘Group of Death’, the tournament promises to be an exciting affair. Meanwhile, in South America, the Copa America is set to take place in Argentina and Colombia, with Brazil, the reigning champions, looking to retain their title. Basketball: In basketball, the NBA continues to provide thrilling games with the likes of the Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Lakers, and the Brooklyn Nets leading the way in their respective divisions.

The race for the MVP award is also heating up, with the likes of LeBron James, Giannis Antetokounmpo, and Kevin Durant in contention. Meanwhile, in the college basketball scene, the NCAA tournament is set to take place in March and will feature some of the best teams in the country battling it out for supremacy. Gonzaga, Duke, and UCLA are among the favorites to win the coveted title. Tennis: The Australian Open has come to an end, with Novak Djokovic and Naomi Osaka emerging as the winners of the men’s and women’s singles titles respectively.

Djokovic’s win saw him extend his record of Australian Open titles to nine, while Osaka won her fourth Grand Slam title.

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