Sport Headlines 18th October
Cork City boss John Caulfield has conceded defeat in the title race.
His side were beaten 3-1 by Saint Pat's last night in Dublin, while leaders Dundalk won 3-0 away to Longford.
The result means City are 7 points behind Dundalk with just three games to play.
and speaking after last night's game, Caulfield admitted it was all but over - click PLAY
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho stood by his defensive tactics after holding rivals Liverpool to a goalless draw at Anfield in the Premier League.
They managed just one shot on target throughout the game - but United goalkeeper David De Gea only had two serious saves to make.
Mourinho tells Sky Sports News, they did well to frustrate their hosts - click PLAY
Later tonight, the focus returns to the group stages of the Champions League.
Tottenham go to Bayer Leverkusen in Germany.
And Leicester will look to continue their impressive start to Group G as they play host to FC Copenhagen.
Kick-off across Europe is at 7:45pm.
and in the RedFM Senior Hurling League
Erins Own take on Newtownshanfrum in their quarter final - that's in Mallow at 7.30
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