Valtteri Bottas believes he can beat Lewis Hamilton to the 2017 Formula One title after declaring he has not joined Mercedes to settle for second place.
Hamilton will be partnered by the 27-year-old Finnish driver for the new season, which gets under way in Melbourne next month.
"I feel it is possible," said Bottas when asked if he could get the better of Hamilton. "Nico Rosberg showed beating Lewis is possible."
Mane says Reds can finish strongly
Liverpool winger Sadio Mane says the confidence which has returned to Jurgen Klopp's team can propel them towards a strong end to the season.
The Reds, who beat Spurs 2-0 on Saturday, are fifth in the Premier League table, three points behind second-placed Manchester City.
"We had three or four difficult weeks but we are out of that now," said Mane. "It's too early to speak about what's going to happen but the confidence is back in this team now."
No Gotze for Dortmund
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Injured Mario Gotze has not been included in the Borussia Dortmund squad for Tuesday's Champions League last-16 first leg at Benfica.
The midfielder, 24, is struggling with a leg injury that kept him out of Dortmund's surprise 2-1 defeat at Bundesliga bottom side Darmstadt.
Dortmund's form has faltered since December, with the German side winning just two of their previous nine games in all competitions.
They have only lost once in that time but Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel is hoping for a convincing win in Portugal to revive their campaign.
Pressure on Emery
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Paris St-Germain boss Unai Emery will be all too aware of the importance of performing in Europe after last year's sacking of Laurent Blanc.
Frenchman Blanc won 11 of the 12 domestic trophies available during his three campaigns in Paris, but was fired after falling at the Champions League quarter-finals for a third consecutive year.
PSG's Qatari owners hired Emery on the back of the three consecutive Europa League titles he won with Sevilla, but the Spaniard does not have a good record against Barcelona, with 16 defeats in 23 games.
"Knowing Unai, I know he will try to make our life complicated," said Barca boss Luis Enrique.
"He knows us perfectly, he knows exactly what we have to offer. Our goal will be to keep the ball and create space because they will be taking risks."
Champions League is back
The Champions League returns later with the last-16 stage, with Barcelona's trip to Paris St-Germain the evening's stand-out match.
For PSG and manager Unai Emery, the tie is a daunting test of their place in Europe's elite, made more vital by the £600m spent on transfers since 2011.
Emery has won once in 23 games against Barca, whose striker Luis Suarez faces Uruguay team-mate Edinson Cavani. In Tuesday's other 19:45 GMT kick-off,Borussia Dortmund visit Benfica.