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Tuesday 11th December



Aberdeen have an early chance to make up for their weekend defeat to St Johnstone as they welcome Livingston to Pittodrie tonight. A victory for the Dons would see them leapfrog their visitors and back into the top six in the SPL table.


There is a top of the table clash in League Two this evening as second placed Peterhead travel to take on leaders Edinburgh City. Should the Blue Toon leave the capital with all three points it move them a point clear of their hosts at the top of the table.


It's a crucial night in the Champions League for both Liverpool and Tottenham. The Merseysiders need to beat Group C leaders Napoli if they want to progress to the knockout stages of the competition. Spurs have to equal or better Inter Milan's result to go through but that could mean having to beat Spanish giants Barcelona. Inter are playing already eliminated PSV Eindhoven.


Ronnie O'Sullivan has successfully defended his title at snooker's UK Championship.  It was his eighth final at the event in York - and he becomes the first player to win seven UK Championship titles. He beat Mark Allen 10-6 in the best of 19 frames contest.


Francesco Molinari has been named European Tour's Golfer of the year. The Italian won this year's Open Championship and starred at the Ryder Cup winning all five of his matches.  He also finished the year by winning the European Tour's Race to Dubai.


Toro Rosso have signed British born driver Alexander Albon to compete their line-up for 2019. It means there will be four drivers of British origin on the grid next year. Albon was born in London but races under a Thai flag.  He replaces New Zealander Brendon Hartley at the team.

Vietnam will host a Formula One race for the first time ever in 2020. It will take place on the streets of the capital Hanoi. The event will be fourth in the Asian round of the F1 calendar, joining existing races in China, Singapore and Japan.


The draw for the opening stages of the PDC World Darts Championships has been made. Scotland’s Gary Anderson will face Paul Nicholson or Kevin Burness in his opening game while fellow Scot Peter Wright will come up against Toni Alcinas or Craig Ross. Top seed Michael van Gerwen takes on the winner of the match between Alan Tabern and Raymond Smith. The tournament gets underway at London's Alexandra Palace next month.







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