When it comes to the final six weeks of the Premier League season, most teams will have that one game which routinely they would win but, in the pressurised environs of the run-in, seems fraught with danger. That game arrives for Liverpool on Saturday lunchtime when they travel to Selhurst Park to take on a […]Read More
Tonight, the final batch of internationals before the culmination of the club season will take place, so for Jurgen Klopp and 19 other Premier League managers, there is just one more uncontrollable batch of nerves to endure prior to getting their players back from now to the third week of May. Which fixtures will Liverpool […]Read More
The 2018 World Cup kick off 12 weeks from tomorrow, so while most football fans will be focused on the concluding weeks of the club season, international managers (and indeed players) will have more than one eye on the summer’s festivities in Russia. This weekend sees the final international break before the World Cup squads […]Read More
No more replays in the FA Cup this season – by Sunday night we’ll know which four teams are heading to Wembley in April with silverware tantalisingly within their grasp. Of the eight sides left in the competition, only one ply their trade outside the Premier League, while three of the current top five in […]Read More
Premier League week 31 preview: Can Reds seize golden opportunity to strengthen Champions League ambitions?
It’s a rather light Premier League programme this weekend, with the FA Cup quarter-finals reducing the league schedule to just four matches, but Liverpool are among the teams in action and, with their other top four rivals all on cup duty, the Reds’ home game against Watford on Saturday evening represents the perfect chance to […]Read More
It was nine years ago this week that Manchester United and Liverpool met at Old Trafford as the top two in the Premier League. While both teams’ title ambitions for 2018 have faded, not since that 2009 epic have they been so similarly placed in the table, making this perhaps the biggest clash of the […]Read More
Aside from Harry Kane’s 94th-minute penalty, February was a perfect month for Liverpool. The Reds have taken a firm grip on a place in the top four and look odds-on to progress to the Champions League quarter-finals, while the fixture list for March doesn’t look overly taxing, save for a visit to Old Trafford. Jurgen […]Read More
By the time they kick off against West Ham on Saturday, Liverpool will have had a 10-day break since their Champions League romp in Porto, the unexpectedly long gap between games giving rise to the opportunity for a training camp in Spain. The Reds go into the weekend on a real high after the 5-0 […]Read More
@_Chris_Hurst_ Talks about Karius’ Recent Performances, the Game Against Porto, Score Predictions and More!
Peter talks all things LFC with our regular Q&A Guest Chris Hurst Hello Chris, firstly, what did you make of the performance down at Southampton and who impressed you the most in that game? Was superb, I thought. We went down and executed our game plan very well. Without a doubt, the plaudits have to […]Read More
Liverpool have the weekend off because of their FA Cup exit to West Brom three weeks ago but, with four of the current Premier League top six in cup action over the coming days, let’s look at what lies in store for the teams still in with a shout of winning the world’s oldest knockout […]Read More