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Luton Town vs Chelsea: where to watch, schedule and lineups of the FA Cup match

Seeking to recover after the defeat in the FA Cup final to Liverpool, Chelsea visit to face Luton Town this Wednesday, at 16:15 (Brasilia time), for the FA Cup. The Blues are big favorites against the 2nd division team.

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WITHOUT THINKING ABOUT ANOTHER ENDING
- Let's not think about the next final without thinking about the next game. We have some obstacles and goals to score if we want to win. We need the right motivation and attitude. We need full commitment. It's a lot of demand, but we need it from the athletes - said Thomas Tuchel.

HOW THE TEAMS ARRIVE
Chelsea reach the round of 16 after beating Chesterfiel 5-1 and beating Plymouth Argyle 2-1 in extra time. Luton Town thrashed Harrogate Town 4-0 on their debut and defeated Cambridge United 3-0.

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Luton Town vs Chelsea

Date and time: 3/2/2022, at 4:15 pm (Brasília time)
Location: Kenilworth Road, Luton (ENG)
Where to watch: ESPN and Star+

PROBABLE SCALE:
LUTON TOWN (Coach: Nathan Jones)
Steer; Naismith, Burke and Lockyer; Bree, Campbell, Mpanzu, Berry and Bell; Cornick and Adebayo

Embezzlement: Sonny Bradley (injured)

CHELSEA (Coach: Thomas Tuchel)
Kepa; Chalobah, Rudiger and Sarr; Hudson-Odoi, Jorginho, Saul and Alonso; Pulisic and Werner; lukaku

Missings: Hakim Ziyech, Andreas Christensen, César Azpilicueta and Ben Chilwell (injured)

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São Paulo: meet Lorenzo and Nathan, young people from the base enrolled in Paulistão

Last Saturday (26), São Paulo registered two youngsters from the base in the Paulista Championship: goalkeeper Lorenzo and right-back Nathan. Therefore, both are available to coach Rogério Ceni for the next matches in the state. THE THING! shows the trajectory of the pair.

Let's start with Lorenzo. The 18-year-old arrived at São Paulo in June last year from Internacional, where he was considered a promising goalkeeper. For Tricolor, acting in the under-20 team, he participated in three matches, all for the Paulista Championship.

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Lorenzo played the second half of the 6-0 victory over Grêmio Osasco, played in 22 minutes in the 2-0 victory over São Bento and was a starter, being substituted in the second stage, in another victory over São Bento, this time 3-0. That is, in 130 minutes, he did not concede a goal for São Paulo.

Nathan, on the other hand, is better known to the São Paulo fans. He had already been observed several times in the professional's training sessions held at the Barra Funda CT, still at the time of Fernando Diniz and Vizolli's command. In April last year, he was listed in the 3-0 victory over Ituano. Afterwards, he was enrolled in Libertadores.

His debut as a professional took place in the defeat to 4 de Julho-PI, by 3 to 2 for the Copa do Brasil. At the time, he entered in the second half, replacing Vitor Bueno. It was his only game for the pro.

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Rostock: Coach Härtel uses Ukrainian Sikan from the start

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For Danilo Sikan, the only Ukrainian player in German professional football, it was a moving but certainly not so easy moment. The minute's silence before the start of the second division game of his club Hansa Rostock against 1. FC Nürnberg (0:2) due to the events in his homeland should have strengthened Sikan's thoughts about the safety of his relatives in Schitomir.

"We spoke to him intensively again on Friday. I think it's best for him to distract himself, to do what he's really good at and what his passion is," reported Hansa coach Jens Härtel on NDR and Sikan left the decision to play against the club: "It helps him to ignore the situation a bit."

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Sikan wanted to play and made his first start against Nürnberg. A week ago, the professional saved a point for Rostock with his goal as a substitute in the 1-1 draw at Darmstadt 98. Sikan was substituted against Nuremberg in the 66th minute of the game.

The Ukrainian international was only loaned out by Shakhtar Donetsk on January 31.

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Champions League final changes venue due to war between Russia and Ukraine

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The great decision of the Champions League will have new headquarters. The armed conflict between Russia and Ukraine has prompted UEFA to take the decision to relocate the final, initially scheduled to be held in St. Petersburg, Russia.

Thus, now the match in which the champion of the main continental competition in the world will be decided will be played in France, at the Stade de France. The match will be played as scheduled on Saturday, May 28 at 9pm local time.

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It's not the first time the location has changed. Lisbon and Porto would host the last two editions, but on both occasions Istanbul was the chosen venue. The coronavirus pandemic prevented the decisive game from being held in the Turkish city, which will host the 2023 final.

"UEFA would like to express its thanks and appreciation to the President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron, for his personal support and commitment to bringing the most prestigious game in European club football to France at a time of unprecedented crisis. UEFA will support fully the efforts of various stakeholders to ensure the rescue of football players and their families in Ukraine who are facing horrific human suffering, destruction and displacement," the UEFA statement reads.

The UEFA Executive Committee has also decided that Russian and Ukrainian clubs, in addition to the national teams of these countries, which compete in UEFA competitions, must play their games as home teams in neutral stadiums.

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Uefa moves Champions League final from St Petersburg to Paris

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(Reuters) - UEFA moved this season's Champions League final from St Petersburg to Paris following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, European football's governing body said in a statement on Friday.

UEFA also said that home games of Ukrainian and Russian clubs and teams competing in UEFA competitions would be played at neutral venues "until further notice".

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The governing body thanked French President Emmanuel Macron for his "personal support and commitment" in taking over the venue for the tournament's final.

It added that it would "fully support multi-stakeholder efforts to secure the rescue of football players and their families in Ukraine facing terrible human suffering, destruction and displacement."

The Champions League final was scheduled for Saint Petersburg's Zenit stadium on 28 May, with thousands of fans from across the continent waiting to see the game that is the biggest showcase for European club football.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on a conference call: "It is a pity that such a decision was taken. St. Petersburg could have provided all the favorable conditions for this football festival to take place."

UK Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries, responsible for sport, supported UEFA's decision.

"I welcome Uefa's decisive action to withdraw this year's Champions League final from St Petersburg," she said.

"Russia must not be allowed to exploit sporting and cultural events on the world stage to legitimize its unprovoked, premeditated and unnecessary attack against a sovereign democratic state."

Petersburg stadium is known as the Gazprom Stadium after a sponsorship deal with the Russian state energy company, which also sponsors the Champions League and Euro 2024, two tournaments promoted by UEFA.

The final move comes after calls from a group of European lawmakers who asked UEFA on Thursday to change the venue and stop considering Russian cities for major international football competitions.

Lawmakers also called on the entity to end Gazprom's sponsorship of the continent's elite club competition. However, Uefa's statement on Friday made no mention of Gazprom.

The 2023 Champions League final will be played in Istanbul, with Wembley in London hosting the following year and Munich's Allianz Arena hosting the final in 2025.

(Reporting by Simon Evans in Manchester, Dmitry Antonov in Moscow and Shrivathsa Sridhar in Bengaluru)

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