Saturday sport: Brighton stun Chelsea; Katie Taylor in Wembley

Saturday Sport: Brighton Stun Chelsea; Katie Taylor In Wembley
Brighton and Hove Albion's Leandro Trossard celebrates scoring their side's first goal of the game during the Premier League match at the Amex Stadium, Brighton. Picture date: Saturday October 29, 2022.
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The second half has just gotten underway in the final Premier League game of the day.

Liverpool have welcomed Leeds to Anfield where it's 1-1.


Rodrigo put the visitors ahead in the fourth minute before Mo Salah equalised 10 minutes later.

Newcastle's impressive run this Premier League season continues.

They beat Aston Villa 4-0 at St James' Park to remain fourth in the table.

Callum Wilson scored twice - once from the penalty spot with Joelinton and Miguel Almiron also finding the back of the net.


Tottenham meanwhile came from 2-0 down to beat Bournemouth 3-2 at the Vitality and are third.

Brighton beat Chelsea and their former manager Graham Potter 4-1 at the Amex.

While Brentford and Wolves played out a 1-1 draw and Crystal Palace beat Southampton 1-0 at Selhurst Park.

It's scoreless after just over an hour of play at Craven Cottage between Fulham and Everton.


Republic of Ireland captain Seamus Coleman has started for the visitors.

Then in the final game of the day Liverpool take on Leeds at Anfield from 7.45pm.

Manchester City sit top of the table meanwhile.

Pep Guardiola's side beat Leicester City 1-0 in today's early game.



Finn Harps were condemned to relegation to the SSE Airtricity First Division last night.

Despite taking the lead at home to fellow strugglers UCD, they lost 3-1 in Ballybofey.

Dundalk’s 2-1 victory at home to Bohemians saw them bag a return to European football.


St. Pat’s missed out on that money-spinning third spot with a 1-0 loss away to Sligo Rovers.

Jack Moylan and Sean Boyd both scored twice as Shelbourne thrashed Drogheda 6-0.


This season’s Women’s National League comes to a thrilling conclusion this evening, with three teams still in with a shout of the title.

Shelbourne lead Wexford Youths by a point, and they meet at Ferrycarrig Park.

Athlone need to beat Bohemians this evening, and hope there’s a draw in Wexford to force a playoff with Shels.

Both of those games kick-off at 5.20pm.

At the same time, Galway’s final game before folding comes at home to Peamount.

Elsewhere, Treaty United play Cork City, and DLR Waves go to Sligo Rovers.


Waterford take a 4-1 lead back to the RSC for this evening’s First Division playoff second leg with Treaty United.

That’s underway at 7.45pm.


It's 1-1 between Rangers and Aberdeen at half-time in their Scottish Premiership game at Ibrox.

A win for the home side would see them reduce Celtic's lead at the top of the table to just one point.

Gaelic Games

There's a number of games in the Galway Senior Hurling Championship on today, including Sarsfield v Portumna in Ballinasloe.

At the All-Stars award ceremony, David Clifford capped an incredible year with being crowned Footballer of the Year.

The Kerry All Ireland-winner beat competition from Galway duo Shane Walsh and Cillian McDaid.

Galway’s Jack Glynn was named Young Footballer of the Year.

Limerick’s All Ireland-winning wing-back Diarmaid Byrnes was crowned Hurler of the Year.

And in a year for defenders, Kilkenny corner-back Mikey Butler won the Young Hurler award.

Limerick dominated the Hurling All Star team of the Year, with seven players contained within.

Kilkenny came away with four All Stars, Clare took three, and Galway one.


Katie Taylor looks to make it 22 wins from 22 fights as a professional boxer on Saturday night.

The undisputed world lightweight champion defends her IBF, WBA, WBC and WBO titles against Argentina's Karen Elizabeth Carabajal at Wembley Arena.

It's Taylor's first bout since defeating rival Amanda Serrano six months ago while Carabajal is undefeated in her 19 fights to date.


Connacht lead the Ospreys 19-12 early in the second half of their United rugby Championship game in Wales.

Caolin Blade, Alex Wootton and John Porch with the tries for Andy Friend's side.

Ulster lead Munster 15-14 after just over an hour of play at Thomond Park in the United Rugby Championship.


Seamus Power is 5-under-par thru nine holes of his third round at the Bermuda Championship on the PGA Tour.

That leaves him 17-under-par all round and second on the leaderboard.

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