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Planning on catching a live EPL game when the action resumes? These are the best grounds to visit

One thing the current world circumstances have taught us is that sitting around the house all day watching TV is not the paradise we thought it was. When the world returns to normality, you can be sure that many people will be consulting their bucket lists and eagerly getting out and about in the world. Attending a Premier League game is likely to be near the top of the agenda, so let’s look ahead to better times with this run…
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Will England look any different at Euro 2021?

The news that football fans have been expecting has finally arrived. The Euro 2020 Championships will be moved to the summer of 2021 to allow domestic leagues the time to finish their fixtures this summer. This is all due to the current lockdown around Europe because of the coronavirus outbreak.  From a purely footballing standpoint, this move has the ability to change things for a number of countries that are taking part, but how will the delay affect England and…
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La Liga season to be suspended for indefinite term

It appears to be somewhat boorish discussing football thinking about what's going on around the globe because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Individuals are becoming ill and suffering because of the awful infection. In any case, football is something that has the ability to bring grins to faces. That is the reason it is known as the excellent game. With the vast majority of the significant European leagues suspended, there is the inescapable inquiry of when they will return. One that…
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Liverpool 2020 v Manchester City 2018 position breakdown

Liverpool’s defeat at the hands of Watford means that their quest for an invincible season is over, but their surge towards their first Premier League crown is all but assured. Jurgen Klopp’s men boast a huge lead over Manchester City. The quest now for the Reds is to try to beat City’s record points’ tally of 100 earned in the 2017/18 campaign in Pep Guardiola’s second season at the Etihad Stadium. Their recent wobble aside, Liverpool have a strong chance…
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Could the corona virus precipitate the adoption of a summer season?

With the decision that senior football will be closed down until at least 3rd April following the outbreak of coronavirus, the game’s authorities will face the enormous challenge of restoring normal service whenever on-field activities resume. Top of the list is the conundrum of what becomes of the 2019-20 season? Should it be declared null and void, be considered as finishing when play was halted on 13 March or must the remaining games be played, come what may? Whichever view…
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Settled, confident and attracting attention – which five Championship signings stand out the most?

The transfer window is a period of excitement and exasperation with deadline day, in particular, attracting a copious amount of coverage. Live cameras outside stadiums track potential moves as clubs enter into a late frenzy. The Championship, particularly, is a hotbed of speculation. Gambling sites like https://www.johnnykash.com/en offer punters tips and promotions throughout the transfer window but some transfers, though, hit the headlines for their surprising nature. Here are the five best Championship signings that were made prior to the…
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The three teams who could steal France’s World Cup crown

The next FIFA World Cup is less than two years away and, though much of the attention has been on Qatar’s preparations for staging the tournament, including the rapid construction of stadiums and more controversial issues like working conditions, there is also the small matter of the action on the pitch. Defending champions are France, who overcame an energetic Croatian effort in the 2018 Final thanks to goals from Antoine Griezmann, Paul Pogba, Kylian Mbappe and an own goal from…
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FA Cup fifth round thrills, spills and upsets

Think English football, the first thing you think of is the FA Cup. First played during the 1871-72 First Division season, the FA Cup is one of the most talked-about and excitable competitions in the world and is England’s most prestigious trophy. There have been some fantastic FA Cup fifth round games from over the years, and, even at this early stage, Manchester City are once more favourites to retain the trophy with odds of 15/8 whilst lagging behind are…
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The new Invincibles? How Klopp has changed the game for Liverpool

The Premier League crown has always been just out of reach for Liverpool, but after a flawless run this season, that all looks set to change. Peter Watton, from matched betting experts OddsMonkey, shares his take on why the Mighty Reds have proven just about unbeatable this season. We'll give you a hint: it has something to do with a certain man from Dortmund with a dazzling grin… It’s only February, but to judge from the way things are going,…
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The Premier League’s American heroes

The UK and USA are close allies off the field, but even on it, a number of American and English footballers have crossed the Atlantic in a bid to further their careers. And, despite that number being quite small, those Americans that have graced the Premier League have left a mark on the game. Christian Pulisic and DeAndre Yedlin are the only two Americans left in the top flight at present, but both are firing on all cylinders for their…
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