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Liverpool Should Do City A Favour & Beat Chelsea

Saturday's Premier League results didn't go according to plan for several clubs chasing a top 4 finish but if Liverpool beat Chelsea later today then I for one might suddenly spring into a Highland fling!

As the table currently stands last years champions have two games in hand over Manchester City and five points behind BUT, if Liverpool manage to rise to the occasion and take points of the Stamford Bridge lot perhaps Roberto Mancini's title aspirations, especially finishing the season in the top 4 are all the more increased.

Saturday 5 February Premier League results

Aston Villa 2-2 Fulham
Everton 5-3 Blackpool
Man City 3-0 West Brom
Newcastle 4-4 Arsenal
Stoke 3-2 Sunderland
Tottenham 2-1 Bolton
Wigan 4-3 Blackburn
Wolverhampton 2-1 Man Utd



Sunday 6 February fixtures

West Ham v Birmingham - 1:30pm
Chelsea v Liverpool - 4pm

Come 6pm I will be looking for an kilt in preparation for my promised Highland fling. Wish me luck!



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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 6 2011

Time: 9:10AM

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And Liverpool win. Not a bad weekend for City fans!
Johnny Baguette
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06/02/2011 18:20:00

Fernando Torres - 66 minutes on the pitch, 29 touches, the least of any outfield player. I know it's early doors, but 50million? What a waste of money!
fifthcolumnblue
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06/02/2011 18:42:00

I dunno, they messed up their system. Both Drogba and Torres excel as lone strikers and have for years, and suddenly have to play together? And both were crap.
StuMCFC
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06/02/2011 21:48:00

 

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