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Gold fearing the worst
West Ham United co-owner David Gold admits he is expecting the club's four England stars to leave Upton Park in the summer if the Hammers are relegated.
West Ham are 2.75 with bet365 to finish bottom and 1.33 to be relegated after a dismal run of form which has left them at the foot of the Premier League table, three points from safety with only three games of the campaign remaining.
England internationals Scott Parker, Carlton Cole, Robert Green and Matthew Upson are all part of Fabio Capello's plans at present but Gold is under no illusions as to where the quartet will be playing next term.
"It's unfair to tell a player to forego your potential England career to come down and play in the Championship," he said.
"It impacts on his career. Would I try (to stop them)? Of course, I would try but you would have a one in 10 chance."
Murray suffers shock defeat
Andy Murray is now 17.00 to win the French Open after being knocked out of the Madrid Open in straight sets by world number 36 Thomaz Bellucci.
The Brazilian eased to a 6-4 6-2 victory in the third round as the British number one struggled to find any sort of form.
Murray has failed to impress since being beaten by Novak Djokovic in the Australian Open final in January and now heads to Italy for next week's Rome Masters completely out of form, with the French Open and Wimbledon looming.
Despite this, the Scot can be backed at 5.50 to succeed at SW19.
Murray has been sidelined for the last fortnight with an elbow injury and preferred to look to the positives after his exit, saying: "I'm happy that physically I progressed.
"I've got to look more at the week as a whole, I was coming back from an injury that wasn't serious but an elbow injury isn't easy for tennis players."
On-song Mickelson in contention
Phil Mickelson showed his rivals that he could be returning to form after carding an opening round 69 at the Wells Fargo Championship.
Some fine putting on Quail Hollow's tricky greens helped move Mickelson, who is 11.00 with bet365 to win next month's US Open, alongside a group of players including Sergio Garcia and Padraig Harrington on three-under-par, five strokes behind first-round leader Bill Haas.
But some errant driving was again a feature in the world number four's round and cost him a number of shots on Thursday.
Mickelson's lack of accuracy off the tee was the main reason for him failing to mount a serious title defence at last month's US Masters when he finished down the field in joint 27th place.
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