Liverpool kept their top-four hopes alive after a resounding 3-1 victory over the out-of-sorts Arsenal as their unbeaten record against top-six sides continued… Continue reading “Liverpool put three past sorry Arsenal to keep top-four hopes alive”
In the ‘do or die’ match, Manchester City could afford nothing less but a win against second place Tottenham Hotspur the following weekend after suffering a devastating 4-0 defeat at the hands of Everton the previous weekend…
As we finally reached the stage of the FA Cup 3rd round, it was about time that we saw some new clubs getting into the spotlight as they contested some of England’s elite clubs.
The start of a new year and a fresh start but what was Chelsea’s New Year resolution going to be after it seemed impossible for any team to catch up with them, how would they fare against an excelling Tottenham side, who had won four in a row.
Christmas was over, but the excitement wasn’t as we were treated to traditional Boxing Day football- one of those days every football fan looks forward to. There were some vital matches for teams at both ends of the table as they all knew that they couldn’t afford anymore slip-ups.
Chelsea were flying high with another solid performance while it seemed that Arsenal were gradually drifting away from the top with their second defeat in five days. Liverpool, on the other hand, remained in touching distance with the leaders after a narrow 1-0 victory in the Merseyside derby.