England

Monday, April 7, 2014

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The Blues boss says the striker has a chance of playing against the French champions, saying his team needs its goal-scorers to complete a comeback.

Sunday, April 6, 2014

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The champions have won just seven times at Old Trafford under David Moyes but boast the most points accrued away from home in the Premier League this season.

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The Gunners shot stopper insists his side still has plenty to play for and says it must now focus on beating Wigan at Wembley

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The Hammers boss questioned referee Anthony Taylor's decision to award the league leaders a second penalty but did concede the hosts were lucky with their first half equalizer.

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The 34-year-old twice stepped up to beat Adrian from the penalty spot as Liverpool recorded its ninth consecutive victory and returned to the top of the table.

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The Reds skipper led by example to score two penalties, on a day when Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez failed to fire, to send the Merseysiders to the Premier League's summit.

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The midfielder struck twice to fire Brendan Rodgers' side back to the top of the Premier League but says next Sunday's fixture at Anfield will not decide the title

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Goals from Steven Naismith, Romelu Lukaku and an own goal from Mikel Arteta saw the Toffees ease past Arsene Wenger's faltering side to boost their top four hopes.

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The Canaries have lost four of their last six games - including Saturday's 1-0 loss to West Brom - to leave them five points off the drop zone with just five games remaining.

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Two penalties from Steven Gerrard helped Brendan Rodgers' men record their ninth consecutive victory and return to the top of the Premier League at Upton Park.

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Luis Suarez and Jon Flanagan won penalties either side of a controversial Guy Demel equalizer to keep the pressure on Manchester City and Chelsea in the title race.

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Romelu Lukaku thrived at Goodison Park as the Toffees boosted their hopes of finishing above Arsene Wenger's faltering side in the table.

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Goals from Steven Naismith, Romelu Lukaku and an own goal from Mikel Arteta means Champions League qualification is now in their own hands

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The reigning Ligue 1 champions are within touching distance of retaining their crown, but the Argentine says talk of winning the title again is still premature.

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The 25-year-old required surgery on a cruciate ligament injury but is aiming to make his comeback in time for the new campaign.

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With Manchester City reportedly lining up a move for the Uruguay international, the Reds' managing director is convinced the star striker will remain at Anfield.

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Steven Naismith, Romelu Lukaku and an own goal from Mikel Arteta move the Toffees within one point of the visitors, who also have a game in hand on Arsene Wenger's faltering side.

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The Toffees moved into pole position to claim the fourth and final Champions League berth as Romelu Lukaku ran riot after a tactical masterstroke from Roberto Martinez.