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  • Up Top, Bottom’s Up: Two Matches to Watch This Week at PL

    2015-12-18 17:31

    As the middle of the season is getting closer, the Premier League games are getting more and more interesting, and the Week 17 has two matches that are an absolute must on your football watching schedule: one at the top of the League – Arsenal v Man City – and another at the bottom – Chelsea v Sunderland. 

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  • Leicester City: Can We Keep Saying They‘ve Lucked Out?

    2015-12-14 09:24

    Tonight, it‘s Chelsea vs Leicester City, and if last year it would have been an obvious game, it is sure to grab everyone‘s attention this time around. The Foxes had claimed the #1 spot in the Table last week, while the defending champions lagged behind with their lousy 14th position, and absolutely cannot afford to lose. 

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  • PL Week 15: Victory in Line for Man City, United and Liverpool?

    2015-12-04 15:44

    The Boxing Day is getting closer, and there are still quite a few teams that have very good chances at snatching the title, or just making it to the Top 4. While Man City is leading the League, other teams are fighting to catch up – Man United and Liverpool just to name a few, who are all going to have pretty interesting games during the weekend.

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  • Man City vs Liverpool: Is the Victor Already Clear?

    2015-11-20 15:22

    The wait is finally over! The international break felt like forever, but now the Premier League can continue as per usual. Without further ado, let’s take a look at the most interesting match of Week 13: Man City against Liverpool.  Could Klopp’s squad take a bite out of the golden team? 

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  • Premier League Week 9: Wounded Klopp’s Squad vs the Spurs

    2015-10-16 17:17

    Klopp is starting his Liverpool journey with one tough cookie: not only are they going to face a proper difficult contender Tottenham Spurs, but they will also have to do that without Danny Ings and Joe Gomez who are both out with injuries for the rest of the season. Christian Benteke and Robert Firmino are not well enough yet to play vs the Spurs, either.

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