Premier League 2018/19

#2686

Dubravka filled his grundies there

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#2687

Rafa is seething. I was about to post that if Wolves were there til next week they wouldn’t score

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#2688

Time wasted with a substitution took up most of the first extra minute.

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#2689

I’m not anti anyone. Not even liverpool or tyrone

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#2690

I don’t believe you (re Tyrone)

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#2691

Two dodgy goals for the Hammers, from one down to 2-1 up

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#2692

Move over Jordan Henderson, Declan Rice is the new English Modric.

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#2693

Jurgen klopp is mentally ill.
Q,E,D,

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#2694

indubitably

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#2695

Turf Moor by 'eck

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#2696

Nice day for it

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#2697

Pathetic

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#2698

Imagine paying to go and see Burnley play. Lolzers.

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#2699

:popcorn:

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#2700

Did i meet you in the crown this evening ?

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#2701

You did not. I was with another couple of Irish-Angloe parents.

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#2702

I met three irish lads who were at it funnily enough

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#2703

We’ll close the circle soon eough

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#2704

ah unreal, a great spot for a match, great result too

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#2705

Liverpool’s 11 remaining fixtures are as follows:

HOME (6):
Watford
Burnley
Tottenham
Chelsea
Huddersfield
Wolves

AWAY (5):
Everton
Fulham
Southampton
Cardiff
Newcastle

Manchester City’s fixtures are as follows:

HOME (5):
West Ham
Watford
Cardiff
Tottenham
Leicester

AWAY (6):
Bournemouth
Fulham
Crystal Palace
Manchester United
Burnley
Brighton

Manchester City’s list definitely looks that bit trickier. Both teams have Tottenham and Watford at home, Fulham away and Burnley and Cardiff.

Liverpool have Everton away and Cheslea at home which are massive matches. But Manchester City still have to go to Old Trafford, and West Ham, Bournemouth, Crystal Palace and Leicester are the sort of tricky mid table teams who are capable of tripping up a top team on their day.

Liverpool have a 6-5 home/away split whereas Manchester have a 5/6 split.

Still advantage Liverpool, but only just.

A huge amount will obviously depend on April, and Manchester City’s has the potential to be hellish.

Manchester City could, worst case scenario, be faced with something like this:

Apr 3: Real Madrid (H)
Apr 6: Manchester United (N)
Apr 9: Real Madrid (A)
Apr 13: Crystal Palace (A)
Apr 16: Cardiff (H)
Apr 20: Tottenham (H)
Apr 24: Manchester United (A)
Apr 28: Burnley (A)

Laporte and Fernandinho are out for a couple of weeks each after picking up injuries in today’s game.

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