Liverpool fancied to retain unbeaten record at Manchester City

Liverpool fancied to retain unbeaten record at Manchester City

Liverpool visit Manchester City on Thursday aiming to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League standings. The Reds hold a six-point advantage over second-placed Tottenham Hotspur heading into the game, with the reigning champions a further point behind in third. The home side will be without defenders Joe Gomez and Joel Matip for the game, but James Milner is back in contention after returning to training this week. City are sweating on the fitness of midfielder Kevin …
Why there’s every reason to believe Liverpool can win the league

Why there’s every reason to believe Liverpool can win the league

Supporting this Liverpool team is a real joy at the moment. After an incredible December, the mighty Reds sit at the top of the table. A healthy 7 point lead over nearest rivals City. If that kind of lead had been offered to any Liverpool fan a month ago, every fan would have bitten your hand off. Yet here we are. Destiny awaits It seems harsh that after such a tremendous end to a memorable year another serious test awaits …
Manchester City v Liverpool Preview - This is the big one...

Manchester City v Liverpool Preview - This is the big one...

The Details Venue - Etihad Stadium, Manchester Referee - Anthony Taylor Date & Time - Thursday, January 3rd @ 20:00 Current Odds - Manchester City 26/25, Draw 14/5, Liverpool 13/5 Form Manchester City Form December proved to be a tough month for Manchester City as they suffered two league defeats in a row, at home to Crystal Palace and then away to Leicester City. City have only won two of their last five in all competitions, needing a penalty shootout to overcome Leicester City …
Can Momentum Be Liverpool’s Greatest Title Weapon?

Can Momentum Be Liverpool’s Greatest Title Weapon?

No team thrives more with momentum behind them than Liverpool. We are an emotional fanbase and when things are going well, the Reds can become an unstoppable force, as we have witnessed throughout history. Using modern examples - I know, football existed well before 1992 - nothing stands out more than 2004/05 in that respect. Nobody even gave Liverpool the slightest chance of glory in the Champions League that season, with countless teams ahead of them in the favourites' pecking …
Liverpool 0-0 Manchester City: Mahrez miss costs Citizens rare Anfield win

Liverpool 0-0 Manchester City: Mahrez miss costs Citizens rare Anfield win

Liverpool kept their unbeaten Premier League start intact, just, as Riyad Mahrez's late penalty miss cost Manchester City the chance for a first league win at Anfield since 2003. A stalemate was the last thing expected between the country's two finest teams, but a mutual respect between Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola saw chances few and far between as the two teams suffocated each other in possession. City had the better of the chances, culminating in Virgil van Dijk's challenge …
Liverpool v Manchester City Preview - Reds and City face-off in potential thriller

Liverpool v Manchester City Preview - Reds and City face-off in potential thriller

The Details Venue - Anfield, Liverpool Referee - Martin Atkinson Date & Time - Sunday, October 7th @ 16:30 Current Odds - Liverpool 13/8, Draw 13/5, Manchester City 17/10 Form Liverpool Form Liverpool's form has taken a definite hit over the last week or so. Yet, the most important fixture, in my view, was when Jurgen Klopp's men attained the most positive result of the last week - with Daniel Sturridge bagging a late equaliser at Stamford Bridge to maintain The Reds' unbeaten league …
Rampant Reds have no reason to fear European group

Rampant Reds have no reason to fear European group

7. The number of combined league games lost by Paris Saint-Germain, Napoli and Red Star Belgrade Crvena Zvezda last season. 91. The number of points Napoli picked up in Serie A last season. 108. The number of league goals scored by PSG last season. 0. The number of fucks you should give, I'm giving or Jurgen Klopp will give. Liverpool are cruising through Group C of the 2017/18 UEFA Champions (and 2nd, 3rd, 4th placed) League. You might be worried. …
Klopp's Liverpool and Doing Things the Fun Way

Klopp's Liverpool and Doing Things the Fun Way

Playing the Liverpool way. It’s a fairly common trope, perhaps an oxymoron when every football club seems to have a “way” these days – there’s even a “Norwich way”, apparently. For Liverpool fans, however, identity is everything. Football is bound together by its unique fan culture, the interconnectedness of the football landscape means stories are perpetuated, and Liverpool’s story is one of decorated trophy cabinets and an envied atmosphere. Perhaps Anfield’s atmosphere hasn’t lived up to its hype recently. But …
Premier League 2018/19 Season Preview

Premier League 2018/19 Season Preview

After an enormously entertaining World Cup full of drama and decadence, we the football faithful have been cast into the darkness of a month without the beautiful game. This has not stopped the majority of the big Premier League clubs from making money moves in anticipation. Ahead, we preview what to expect from them this season. Arsenal Arsenal’s relatively early business in securing the tenacious Lucas Torreira (aptly auto-corrected to terrier), supplemented with the earlier additions of Borussia Dortmund’s spine, …
Why Liverpool Can Win The League (Redux)

Why Liverpool Can Win The League (Redux)

Last summer I wrote a piece on how I thought it was possible Liverpool could win the Premier League title. I felt most of the points that I made in that article were largely valid, although of course things didn’t pan out the way we hoped. Overall, the lack of a centre-back signing, Phil Coutinho turning into a huge snake and Man City going full cheat mode were the big reasons we didn’t end up winning the league, but here …
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