Will the win streak continue? Will Roberto Firmino end his amazing Liverpool career with a win at Anfield?
ManU are currently sitting in 4th place in the Premier League but they can feel Liverpool breathing down their neck after two consecutive disappointing results. In their last match, they fell 1-0 to West Ham United thanks to David De Gea’s blunder between the sticks.
This Sunday we will be blessed with some top 4 action when Newcastle United welcome Arsenal to St. James’ Park.
Liverpool are back at home for their 3rd straight game at Anfield and this Saturday they will be welcoming Brentford.
Another midweek showdown will take place this Wednesday as top 4 outsiders Liverpool welcome middle of the pack Fulham to Anfield.
Boom, boom, boom. I feel like these Premier League games have been back-to-back lately, giving players little to no rest between contests. This Sunday, just 3 days after their clash with Tottenham, Manchester United will welcome Aston Villa to Old Trafford.
Somebody get me some oxygen because I am definitely going to need it after this game.
Liverpool welcome Tottenham Hotspur to fortress Anfield this Sunday in this huge battle for European Qualification. History has been on Liverpool’s side in this fixture and Tottenham have not beaten Liverpool since 2020.
Both teams are coming off disappointing losses, but Newcastle should be coming into this one with confidence as they still have a game in hand. Newcastle will welcome their closest top 4 rivals Tottenham Hotspur to St. James’ park where Newcastle have only lost once this season.
This Saturday Liverpool will welcome Nottingham Forest to the place where away teams go to die: Anfield.