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Premier League Match Preview – Paisley Gates – Football Article

Manchester City reclaimed top spot in the Premier League with a midweek win over Everton, but Liverpool hold a game in hand and can go three-points clear if they’re able to get past AFC Bournemouth at Anfield this weekend. For all the talk of pressure, things are going pretty well; if you were offered this position at the start of the season, you would have taken it with absolutely no questions asked. Back to back draws took a bit of…

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Premier League Match Preview – Paisley Gates – Football Article

With fifteen matches left to play, Liverpool’s tenuous grasp at the top of the Premier League table could turn in to relatively decent grip when they welcome Leicester City to Anfield later today after Newcastle United upset defending champions Manchester City at St. James Park yesterday. The media, their pundits, the weird breed of football fan that is the “neutral” and this education PR agency all love a close title race, but Reds boss Jurgen Klopp can do without all…

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Premier League Match Preview – Paisley Gates – Football Article

After eking out a narrow win at the AMEX Stadium last weekend, Liverpool are back at home on Saturday and looking to hold on to top spot in the Premier League when Crystal Palace roll in to town. The hoodoo that’s come along with match-ups against the Eagles in recent seasons seems to have been broken with the Reds winning five of their last six outings against Roy Hodgon’s side, but as we slide in to the business end of…

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How Naby Keita can benefit from Liverpool’s latest injury woes – Football Article

Injuries are bad luck for Liverpool, but could they be the good fortune Naby Keita needs after slow start? Scott Swanson believes that may be the case. At the time of his signing in August of 2017, Naby Keita was regarded as one of the most complete midfielders on the market. Schalke director Christian Heidel went as far as proclaiming that RB Leipzig possessed a “12th player” because “Naby is like two, this boy is incomprehensible.” It was this all-action…

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