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Football: English Premier League leading scorers

Leading scorers in English Premier League after Tuesday's match: 29: Suarez (Liverpool) 20: Sturridge (Liverpool) 18: Toure (Man City) 15: Aguero (Man City), Rodriguez (Southampton), Rooney (Man Utd) 14: Hazard (Chelsea), Giroud (Arsenal), 13: Gerrard (Liverpool), Lukaku (Everton), Remy (Newcastle) 12: Bony (Swansea) 11: Dzeko (Man City), Lambert (Southampton), van Persie (Man Utd) 10: Adebayor (Tottenham), Benteke (Aston Villa) afp

Dutchman Willems ruled out of World Cup

(Reuters) - Netherlands fullback Jetro Willems will miss the World Cup after picking up a knee injury in PSV Eindhoven's league defeat by Feyenoord at the weekend, his club said on Tuesday. The 20-year-old, the youngest player to appear at a European Championship tournament two years ago, suffered a cartilage tear, PSV said in a statement on their website (www.psv.nl). A scan on the knee revealed damage that will keep him out for "several months," the statement added.

Football: Kewell's farewell game ends in loss to Wanderers

Western Sydney Wanderers scored twice in the last nine minutes to defeat Melbourne Heart 3-2 and spoil Harry Kewell's farewell A-League match in Melbourne on Saturday. Late goals to Brendon Santalab and Dutchman Youssouf Hersi claimed all three points for the Wanderers to finish second on the final standings and avoid the opening round of the post-season finals next week. Australian international Kewell, 35, the former Leeds United, Liverpool and Galatasaray star, had announced this would be his last match after 18 years in the game.

Football: Ajax on brink of 33rd Dutch title

Dutch giants Ajax can clinch their fourth successive Eredivisie title this weekend with three games of the season remaining if results fall in the Amsterdam side's favour. Ajax are p;aced six points clear of Feyenoord and will be crowned champions if they manage a better result than their closest pursuers on Sunday. This would be the 33rd title for the club managed since 2010 by Frank de Boer who also picked up five league titles as an Ajax player in the 1990s.

Football: Ajax on brink of 33rd Dutch title

Dutch giants Ajax can clinch their fourth successive Eredivisie title this weekend with three games of the season remaining if results fall in the Amsterdam side's favour. Ajax are placed six points clear of Feyenoord and will be crowned champions if they manage a better result than their closest pursuers on Sunday. This would be the 33rd title for the club managed since 2010 by Frank de Boer who also picked up five league titles as an Ajax player in the 1990s.

Football: Dutch league results

Dutch league results on Friday: FC Groningen 2 NAC Breda 1 afp

Football: English Premier League leading scorers

Leading scorers in English Premier League after Monday's match: 29: Suárez (Liverpool) 20: Sturridge (Liverpool) 18: Touré (Manchester City) 15: Agüero (Manchester City), Rodriguez (Southampton), Rooney (Manchester United) 14: Hazard (Chelsea) 13: Gerrard (Liverpool), Giroud (Arsenal), Lukaku (Everton), Rémy (Newcastle) 12: Bony (Swansea City) 11: Dzeko (Manchester City), Lambert (Southampton), van Persie (Manchester United) 10: Adebayor (Spurs), Benteke (Aston Villa) afp

Football: English Premier League leading scorers

Leading scorers in English Premier League after Sunday's matches: 29: Suárez (Liverpool) 20: Sturridge (Liverpool) 18: Touré (Manchester City) 15: Agüero (Manchester City), Rodriguez (Southampton), Rooney (Manchester United) 14: Hazard (Chelsea) 13: Gerrard (Liverpool), Giroud (Arsenal), Lukaku (Everton), Rémy (Newcastle) 12: Bony (Swansea City) 11: Dzeko (Manchester City), Lambert (Southampton), van Persie (Manchester United) 10: Benteke (Aston Villa) afp

Football: Boyd eases Hull's relegation fears

Hull eased their fears of relegation from the Premier League as George Boyd's header earned a 1-0 home win against Swansea on Saturday. Steve Bruce's team moved nine points clear of the bottom three after Boyd bagged the winner in the first half at the KC Stadium. The Tigers will play in their first FA Cup semi-final since 1930 when they take on Sheffield United at Wembley next weekend and will do so with their top-flight status almost certainly assured.

Football: Dutch league results

Dutch league result on Friday: FC Zwolle 0 FC Groningen 1 afp
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