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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp does not see any reason why striker Daniel Sturridge cannot play every game for England at the European Championships next month. Sturridge appears to have recovered from a string of injury problems and was able to start in successive games last week when Liverpool lost to Swansea and then progressed to the Europa League final with victory over Villarreal at Anfield.Klopp, who has confirmed Jordan Henderson will be fit for England at the tournament in France in June, expects Sturridge to feature in his sides two remaining Premier League games and the Europa League final against Sevilla. Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp expects Jordan Henderson to back for Euro 2016 Ahead of Liverpools clash with Chelsea, live on Sky Sports 1HD on Wednesday, Klopp said: With Sturridge I am pretty sure everyone liked what we did, with him playing here and resting there.I think its the most consistent hes been fit since Ive been here. Hes at a high level from the first to last minute so yes, of course he will be ready for the European Championships. Jordan Henderson of Liverpool (14) will be fit for Euro 2016, says Jurgen Klopp With Henderson, its only nine days until the final so its not sure that he will play our game, because its a short time. But 100 per cent he will be fit for the Euros.Liverpool host Chelsea still with a chance of finishing fifth in the Premier League, but Klopp is aware they must strike a balance with the Europa League final in Basel looming large on the horizon. Liverpools Jordan Henderson says he wont rush back from injury but is hoping to play a part in the Europa League Final The Chelsea game is a a very important one. Its two really big clubs and I am really looking forward to it, he said.We balance things how we always do - we bring the fittest players. What I have learned this year is to rotate. Im not world champion at this but Im quite good. 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After falling 5-0 on home ice in a game that could have tied them for second in the wild card standings, Washington head coach Adam Oates had some strong words for Capitals superstar Alex Ovechkin.MONTREAL - When they were 1-7 in August, it was far-fetched even to think about the Montreal Alouettes making the playoffs.But a 17-14 win over the Toronto Argonauts on Sunday afternoon lifted the Alouettes to 9-8 to clinch a home playoff date. They have a chance to finish first in the CFL East Division with a regular season-ending win on Saturday in Hamilton.Its going to be a great Grey Cup documentary, said receiver Duran Carter, who had career highs of 11 catches and 181 yards. Highlights, low lights, all of it.We feel pretty much unstoppable. Weve got one more week in the regular season and were not going to take our foot off the gas.Carter scored the game-winning touchdown on a 23-yard toss from Jonathan Crompton at 5:41 of the fourth quarter. A relentless Alouettes defence did the rest, holding an opponent to 17 or fewer points for a sixth game in a row, all wins.They will be the first CFL team ever to finish at or above .500 after being six games below .500.A win in Hamilton would give Montreal first place and a bye to the East final, while a loss may drop them to second and see them host the East semifinal against a crossover team from the West Division.The loss pushed Toronto (7-10) to the brink of elimination. They must win their finale against Ottawa and hope Montreal beats the Tiger-Cats (8-9) to stay alive.We werent good on second and medium, said Argonauts coach Scott Milanovich. Coming up a yard short, not getting to the sticks. That is why we werent able to score more points.Too many times in the second half we werent able to get enough to keep the drive moving.Tyrell Sutton ran in a TD for Montreal and Sean Whyte had a field goal, although his string of 21 in a row ended with a 45-yard attempt against a stiff wind.Mike Bradwell caught a one-yard TD pass from third string quarterback Mitchell Gale and Swayze Waters had two boots for the Argonauts.Starting quarterback Ricky Ray, who completed 26 of 35 passes for 209 yards and was sacked three times, left with 2:29 to go in the game after he was slammed into the turf by John Bowman to end Torontos comeback hopes. Milanovich had no update on his condition.As the game ended, the crowd of 22,013 at Percival Molson Stadium stood and cheered the Alouettes, as much for what theyve done over the last three months as for winning the game.Coach Tom Higgins said the turnaround came on a road trip to Regina and Winnipeg in August. While they didnt win those games, they felt were playing better and vowed to try for an 8-2 record over the final 10 games to make the playoffs. They are 8-1 since then.I feel good for the organization, said Higgins. Its an organization thats used to winning and wrapping up a playoff spot a lot earlier.It just took us a little while and we got it done. But its a neat story thats being written by this football team. They just dont give up. Thats the sign of a champion.ddddddddddddThe turnaround coincided with Crompton taking over as the starting quarterback. While he isnt the slickest QB in the league, he has managed to move the ball enough and put up enough points to win, thanks largely to the defence.He completed 13 of 26 passes for 251 yards, nearly all of them to Carter. There was one completion each to Eric Deslauriers and S.J. Green, and third stringer Tanner Marsh completed one to Green.But Crompton overthrew a wide open Carter on what would have been a sure touchdown, and a trick play saw Green fire a 50-yard pass that went off a wide open Carters fingertips.Weve been waiting to run that forever and they finally call it and I just misjudged it, said Carter, who also had a fumble on his record. I thought it was coming right in my hands and it was little bit far.Its terrible. I owe receiver money for that. If you ask me, I had a bad game. Im just fortunate they trust me with the ball.Crompton said he was looking for whoever Toronto left open and that happened to be Carter most of the time.That says a lot about him and about our receiving corps not to staying anything, said Crompton. They knew that if were getting one on one, no matter who it is, were going to take a shot. The guys did a good job running their routes, and especially blocking on the run game.Sutton carried 23 times for 135 yards.Wind was a factor and Toronto got the only points of a flag-free first quarter on Waterss 21-yard kick.The Alouettes used the wind on a six-play 69 yard drive capped by Suttons 17-yard TD run up the middle 4:02 into the second.A punt single off Carters fumble and a 56 yard drive into the wind led to Bradwells one-yard TD catch at the end of the second quarter gave the Argonauts an 11-7 half time lead.Waters added a 25-yard boot 12:09 into the third after the Alouettes lost a gamble on third and 3, when ball carrier J.C. Beaulieu came up a yard short.Montreal got three back to open the fourth, and then Crompton led a four-play drive topped by a toss over the middle to Carter.Toronto got a last chance with the ball when Waters got to his own punt for an extra set of downs, but backup QB Trevor Harris was unable to move the ball.At the beginning of the year, everybody wasnt on the same page, said Alouettes defensive tackle Alan-Michael Cash. We were missing too many tackles, blowing assignments. But as the year went on, we came together. I think we are the best defence in the CFL.Montreal defensive back Geoff Tisdale left late in the first half with a concussion after a kick in the head while defending a pass. Higgins said holding him out was a precaution and Tisdale may be ready to return against Hamilton.The Argos lost defensive tackle Marcus Thomas (foot) and defensive back Vincent Agnew (left leg) to injuries. In the fourth, linebacker Matt Ware was helped off. 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