League Cup

Tuesday, 27 January 2015

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The former Swansea City goalkeeper, who joined the club in the summer, made a decisive error against Leicester on Saturday but will retain his place against Sheffield United

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After being shell shocked in the FA Cup, the Blues look to book their place in the League Cup final, with our tipster backing Brendan Rodgers' side to offer a stern resistance

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The two sides are set to meet in the League Cup semi-final second leg on Tuesday evening in what promises to be the latest in a long line of classic clashes between the clubs

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The Belgian midfielder was on target in last week's semi-final first leg tie and our tipster is backing the 24-year-old to find the net for Jose Mourinho's side again on Tuesday

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COMMENT: Neither are likely to have the all-round impact at Anfield as the legendary 34-year-old, but for Brendan Rodgers to build a trophy-winning team, they won't need to

Monday, 26 January 2015

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The Chelsea and Liverpool managers, who share the same birthday on January 26, were once good friends, but their top-of-the-table clashes have fired up a degree of animosity

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The Blues were beaten by the League One outfit at Stamford Bridge on Saturday and the Portuguese has demanded that his side put that loss behind them in the League Cup semi-final

Saturday, 24 January 2015

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The 25-year-old has been sidelined since Liverpool's 3-0 win over Tottenham on August 31 with thigh and hamstring injuries, but is back in full training and recovering well

Thursday, 22 January 2015

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With the Red Devils currently struggling to hit top form, Al Hain-Cole thinks that Richard Money's resolute team can make life difficult for them at the Abbey Stadium

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The Belgium international was in sensational form against Liverpool in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday and insists he is part of a squad that can win four trophies this season

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Spurs struggled to see off Sheffield United in their League Cup semi-final first leg at White Hart Lane, with the Togolese frontman a surprise starter and captain on the night

Wednesday, 21 January 2015

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A second-half penalty from Andros Townsend gave Spurs a 1-0 home victory over Sheffield United in their League Cup semi-final and the manager expects a fight to confirm progress

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Andros Townsend's second-half penalty gave Spurs the narrow first-leg lead but the visitors can leave with pride after a hugely competitive showing at White Hart Lane

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Spurs were made to work, with few clear-cut opportunities, but a Jay McEveley handball gave the England international the chance to take a lead into the return at Bramall Lane

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The League One club have a developed a knack for upsetting the form book and beat Mauricio Pochettino's old club, Southampton, to book a place in the semi-final of the League Cup

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The goalkeeper was in outstanding form to make sure Tuesday's encounter ended 1-1 and is hopeful the Stamford Bridge atmosphere will help the Blues over the line

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The north Londoners are clear favorites for tonight's semi-final and Phil Kitromilides thinks backing over 1.5 goals in the second 45 minutes is the bet way to make some profit

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A 1-1 draw with Chelsea in Tuesday's first leg at Anfield leaves the Reds needing to secure their place the hard way at Stamford Bridge but the 20-year-old remains upbeat

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The Portuguese was "frustrated" to come away from Anfield with just one goal, blaming his side's sloppy transitions, and insists an unprecedented four-trophy haul is out of reach