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Pressure? What pressure?
So Utd beat struggling Boro to go six clear at the top and Chelski beat Fulham to go equal on points with us in second.
All of which means we have to beat Newcastle at Anfield tomorrow lunchtime.
This was always the scenario whatever way today’s results panned out so lets beat the Magpies to keep pressure on purple-nosed Ferguson and to keep the goose off our backs.
For some reason, I am worried about playing Newcastle tomorrow.
I have a feeling they will be throwing everything at us, as they have to in order to avoid the drop.
Hull are in the same position and they gave us a hell of a game last Saturday so I expect the same from Alan Shearer’s side tomorrow afternoon.
I believe Torres’ hamstring injury has struck again so he may not be involved which will be a big loss, but with Steven Gerrard due back from a groin injury, lets hope we have enough firepower to beat Newcastle and narrow the gap on Utd to three points again.

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