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Mohamed Salah called out for diving

Liverpool have yet to secure a place in the top four of the Premier League this season.  That is the minimal aim and if the club fail to beat Real Madrid in the Champions League final and fall out of the top four, there will be no Champions League football at Anfield next season. (more…)
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Liverpool and Arsenal chasing European glory for England

Liverpool and Arsenal each face tricky looking ties as they bid to reach the finals of their respective European competitions this season. Jurgen Klopp's side have been drawn against Roma in the last four of the Champions League, while the Gunners will face Atletico Madrid in the Europa League. Read on as we take a look at their chances of progressing to Europe's top club finals. (more…)
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Liverpool – Champions League chances 2017/18 season

Liverpool look a revitalized team this season with the lethal combination of Salah, Mane and Firmino. They have virtually secured a top four finish in the Premier league as they continue to pick up points. They are currently sitting in third behind the two Manchester clubs with 60 points from their 30 games played.  So what are the chances of Liverpool winning Europe’s premier competition this season? Liverpool are around 9/1 to win the competition behind the likes of Manchester…
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Premier League update – the race for the top four

With 14 to games to go in the Premier League there's a big race to secure a top four spot and a place a next season's Champions League. Manchester City are long odds on to claim the title, while Manchester United show no signs of relinquishing their grip on second place. Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal complete the top six, but only two of that quartet can join the Manchester duo in Europe's top club competition. Bookmakers rate Chelsea…
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Man City fancied to march on at Liverpool

Manchester City visit Liverpool on Sunday aiming to take another big step towards winning this season's Premier League title. City currently lead neighbours Manchester United by 15 points, with Chelsea and Liverpool lagging further behind in third and fourth places. The visitors are priced at 5/4 to win the game, with Liverpool on offer at 21/10. The draw can be backed with Fun88 at 53/20. City's Gabriel Jesus is still out with a knee ligament injury, although he could return…
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Who will finish in the top four of the Premier League?

With just twelve matches played in this season’s Premier League, we are already getting a good idea of who the main contenders are to lift the trophy in May 2018. So let’s have a look at which teams stand a good chance of ending the season in the top four positions of the Premier League. Manchester City Few people would be willing to bet against Manchester City’s chances of winning the Premier League. Pep Guardiola’s side have shown a goalscoring…
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The clubs that could make Football Manager 2018 the best season yet

  [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="3902"] Source: Wikimedia[/caption] Football Manager is undoubtedly one of the most popular and exciting simulation games in the world! Since its release in 2004, we’ve been eagerly awaiting each season for the chance to take control of some of the biggest football clubs, manage the superstar players and face the challenge of working up the division to premier and champions league glory! The release date for the 2018 version is yet to be announced, but here…
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Liverpool FC: Transfer Signing and Rumours this Transfer Window

The winter transfer window is never the busiest one, but some clubs do beef-up their options in the areas that they?ve identified weak links in their sides through the first half of the season. It often takes January signings a while to settle in, and they often don?t perform at their optimum levels while they get used to the physicality and busy fixture list in the UK. Many of the big clubs have struggled in one position or another and…
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