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There was disappointment for both Merseyside teams in Europe this week. On Tuesday night, Liverpool allowed a 3-0 half-time lead to disappear in Seville, leaving them needing a result in the final match of their Champions League group in order to reach the last sixteen. The result was described as feeling like a defeat, but with… Continue reading >

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A dramatic injury time winner from Andy Carroll gave Liverpool a first league win since their 3-0 victory over Everton in early March. And the two Merseyside rivals face each other on Saturday, this time with an FA Cup final place up for grabs. Even throughout a miserable run of league results during the first… Continue reading >

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Champions/Top 3 It’s difficult to see beyond the two Manchester teams and Chelsea for the 2011/12 Premier League winner. Man City weren’t entirely convincing last season and have the added challenge of Champions League football this time around. But they have the most expensively assembled squad in the league and one which should have enough… Continue reading >