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Football: Saints held by Hammers in stalemate

Southampton were forced to settle for a 0-0 draw as West Ham goalkeeper Jussi Jaaskelainen came to his side's rescue at St Mary's on Sunday. Mauricio Pochettino's team had the better of the few chances on offer, but Jaaskelainen made several fine saves to ensure a dour encounter ended in stalemate. West Ham's only real chance fell to James Collins in the closing minutes, but the Welsh defender shot high over the crossbar. The draw left both teams in mid-table in the Premier League with five points from their four matches.

Football: Oliech left out of the Kenyan squad to face Malawi

Dennis Oliech's international future as Kenyan captain appeared to be over after he was left out of the squad for Wednesday's World Cup against Malawi in Blantyre.

Football: Stokes sends Celtic into Cup final

Substitute Anthony Stokes headed Celtic into the Scottish Cup final as they needed extra time to see off Dundee United in a thrilling 4-3 win at Hampden. There was barely 80 seconds on the clock when Kris Commons opened the scoring for Celtic for the fourth match running with a superb strike. Mikel Lustig hit the post with a header before a breakaway move saw United grab a 24th minute equaliser through Gary Mackay-Steven.

Football: Stokes sends Celtic into Cup final

Substitute Anthony Stokes headed Celtic into the Scottish Cup final as they needed extra time to see off Dundee United in a thrilling 4-3 win at Hampden. There was barely 80 seconds on the clock when Kris Commons opened the scoring for Celtic for the fourth match running with a superb strike. Mikel Lustig hit the post with a header before a breakaway move saw United grab a 24th minute equaliser through Gary Mackay-Steven.

Football: Kenya can stun Nigeria in World Cup - Wanyama

Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama says Kenya can stun Nigeria in Calabar this weekend when the 2014 World Cup qualifiers in Africa resume. The clash of the Super Eagles and the Harambee Stars appears a mismatch as the 2013 Cup of Nations champions are 33 places higher on the CAF rankings, enjoy home advantage and there is a three-point gap between the teams. Nigeria beat Namibia at home and held Malawi away in Group F last June to collect four points while Kenya secured just one after a home draw against Malawi and a loss in Namibia.
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