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Elche v Levante

Elche v Levante

Incredibly, Elche have the second best home defence in La Liga, second to Atletico and better than that of Barcelona and Real Madrid. They have not conceded a goal at home in their last seven league games, which is some record. Meanwhile, Levante have failed to score in four of their last six outings and it will be little shock if they come up short again. Despite their impressive defensive record, Elche are in desperate need of points. Just three points separates them and the relegation zone, so they will be desperate to secure the share of the spoils.

Nantes v Marseille

Nantes v Marseille

José Anigo has admitted his players were under stress due to the uncertainty that reigns at the club, with Marcelo Bielsa set to take over next season with his own staff. Marseille have conceded at least one goal in each of their last 12 league games on the road. The visitors stand 3 points behind fifth-placed Olympique Lyonnais, holder of the last qualifying spot for the Europa League. The pressure will be on Marseille, but Les Phocéens are unbeaten in 4 games and proved to be stronger than expected, which could make the difference against a motivated but diminished side.

Zurich classic

Zurich classic

Ben Martin treated a tiny gallery to a course-record round, shooting a 10-under 62 on Thursday in the first round of the Zurich Classic. Martin’s 10th birdie was his most spectacular shot in a round full of them as he chipped in from 55 feet on the par-3 17th hole. That came a hole after the 26-year-old former Clemson player he hit the flag on a chip from behind the green, setting up a tap-in par. The previous record at TPC Louisiana was a 64, accomplished many times, including once earlier Thursday, when Andrew Svoboda did it to take a lead that held up until Martin surged past late in the day.

World Championship Round 2

World Championship Round 2

Runner-up to John Higgins in Sheffield in 2011, Trump was well beaten in the semi-finals by Ronnie O’Sullivan last year and has endured a distinctly mediocre 2013-14 season, with a run to the German Masters final his best achievement by far. Welsh snooker ace Ryan Day will now face Trump who survived a test of nerve on a day his form deserted him to edge through to the second round of the World Championship. Elsewhere Hong Kong ace Marco Fu set up a second round clash with former world champion Shaun Murphy at this year's snooker world championships with a fine 10-7 win over Englishman Martin Gould. Fu, seeded seven, had lost to Gould on the previous two occasions they had met at the championships, bowing out in the first round in 2010 and 2011.

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