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    Great save de Gea '65


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    Really good game. Tottenham stronger in the second half with some great chances but ManUnited still very dangerous.


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    Another brilliant save by de Gea '70


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    World class performance! Match winner de Gea.

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    Good night

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    Routine win for ManCitywith a 3:0 at home against Wolverhampton. Looks like its only between City & Liverpool. Tottenham once again faltering. ManUnited a much better side now, especially Pogba. Shame that it only came down to Mou and his negative approach but that's the reality

    Top 6
    1 Liverpool 57
    2 ManCity 53
    3 Tottenham 48
    4 Chelsea 47
    5 Arsenal 41
    6 ManUnited 41


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom007:
    Routine win for ManCitywith a 3:0 at home against Wolverhampton. Looks like its only between City & Liverpool. Tottenham once again faltering. ManUnited a much better side now, especially Pogba. Shame that it only came down to Mou and his negative approach but that's the reality

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    1 Liverpool 57
    2 ManCity 53
    3 Tottenham 48
    4 Chelsea 47
    5 Arsenal 41
    6 ManUnited 41
    Credit to Mou, he did predict that Man Utd could be a top four team by the end of the season, he just missed off "if they sack me".
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    Quote Originally Posted by hullexile:
    Credit to Mou, he did predict that Man Utd could be a top four team by the end of the season, he just missed off "if they sack me".
    Players straight up quit on Mou. And why wouldn't they? They were getting paid one way or another and Mou was always throwing them under the bus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom007:
    Routine win for ManCitywith a 3:0 at home against Wolverhampton. Looks like its only between City & Liverpool. Tottenham once again faltering. ManUnited a much better side now, especially Pogba. Shame that it only came down to Mou and his negative approach but that's the reality

    Top 6
    1 Liverpool 57
    2 ManCity 53
    3 Tottenham 48
    4 Chelsea 47
    5 Arsenal 41
    6 ManUnited 41
    City with a relatively easy schedule until Feb. Liverpool host the two clubs that recently beat City (Leicester and Palace). In fact, Liverpool's toughest remaining matches are all at home. They are very much in the driver's seat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huja:
    City with a relatively easy schedule until Feb. Liverpool host the two clubs that recently beat City (Leicester and Palace). In fact, Liverpool's toughest remaining matches are all at home. They are very much in the driver's seat.
    Can see Liverpool collecting maximum points (12) until their derby at Old Trafford on Matchday 27

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    Matchday 23

    Saturday
    Wolves v Leicester - 8:30pm
    Bournemouth v West Ham - 11pm
    Liverpool v Palace
    ManUnited v Brighton
    Newcastle v Cardiff
    Southampton v Everton
    Watford v Burnley

    Sunday
    Arsenal v Chelsea - 01:30am
    Huddersfield v ManCity - 9:30pm

    Monday
    Fullham v Tottenham - 00:00am

    [all games live on NowTV 620-626 / LeTV]

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