The English Premier League is regarded as one of the world's most competitive domestic football leagues and is known to have some of the best players in Europe. During the weekend a lot of exciting match fixtures were played by English clubs in the match week-8 fixtures of the league.
Liverpool football club will have to execute their premier league match on Sunday against Leeds United without three of their key players due to the FIFA ban invoked on them. Photo Credit: HITC.com The 3 Liverpool key players which include Allison Becker, Fabinho and Roberto Firmino will miss the match this weekend.
Manchester City recovered from a goal down to secure a 6-1 over League 1 side Wycombe Manchester United were knocked out of the competition after Manuel Lanzini gave West Ham a 1-0 win at Old Trafford. Chelsea defeated Aston Villa on penalties to progress to the next stage after playing out a 1-1 draw after 90 minutes
Premier league Champions Liverpool, welcome Manchester United to anfield on Sunday in a top of the table clash, and Jurgen Klopp has been putting his side through paces as many big decisions lie in wait for him to made. Liverpool overcome a young Aston Villa side in the FA cup a fortnight ago and attention has since then been shifted to the encounter with Manchester United as they return to winning ways in the league and arrest a poor run of form. Ole Solskjaer side are yet to lose an away league game for almost
Claudio Ranieri's Watford side will face a powerful Liverpool side at Vicarage Road on Saturday afternoon, in what will be his first game back in the Premier League. In Xisco Munoz's final game in charge, the Hornets were defeated 1-0 by Leeds United, while Jurgen Klopp's side drew 2-2 with Manchester City.
Liverpool's boss, Jurgen Klopp expressed his satisfaction over his goalkeeper, Caoimhin Kelleher after their 1-0 win over Ajax. Recall that Liverpool's goalkeeper, Allison Becker sustained a hamstring injury in their clash with Brighton and was forced out if the pitch. But despite the sad news, Liverpool FC was still made it out victoriously on Tuesday night! Klopp in his interview with BT Sport expressed how happy he was after selecting Kelleher over Adrian. "I really think Adrian has done a fantastic job for
The UEFA Champions League continue with the match week five, some teams have already booked places in the knockout stage while others are yet to do so. We’ve picked the best XI from matchday 5 of the Champions League group stages, putting together a team of the week from the competition’s most impressive performers. Caoimhin Kelleher Klopp dropped a bombshell before kick-off by handing 22-year-old Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher his Champions League debut, later revealing that first-choice
Liverpool will be traveling to Carrow Road to take on Norwich City in the third round of the English Football League's Cup (EFL). Liverpool will be looking forward to continuing with their good run of the new season when they face Norwich later on today. Norwich City, on the other hand, will be looking to cause an upset, making this a very interesting match to watch.
Liverpool grabbed all three points against Watford in today's match to go above Chelsea to seat at the top of the league table for the while though. Here's the only reason why Liverpool won Watford in today's match. Jurgen Klopp's Brilliant Tactics Liverpool gave Watford absolutely no chance today, they barely got a shot at Caoimhin Kelleher.
Chelsea will be playing Liverpool today and they will be looking forward to keep their unbeaten runs intact, these will be race for the top four finish.Well let wait and see how things unfold between these two team today.
Liverpool is set to face fulham later this evening, and they definitely will be looking to win more games so as to climb to the top of the table. This game looks like a easy game for Liverpool as Fulham has had a poor start so far this season. Liverpool are beginning to have their players back from injuries which is a good thing for them. Alexander Arnold is back as he featured in the second half of the game against wolves. Van dijk and Joe Gomez are still out, but Liverpool have matip and fabinho to fill the
Matchweek eleven kicked off at the Turf Moor Stadium as Burnley played a 1-1 draw against Everton. Tottenham are still leading the race after their 2-0 victory against Arsenal in the North London Derby. Liverpool hosted Wolves at Anfield. The Reds won 4-0 and are 2nd on the Premier league table followed by Chelsea and Leicester City in the 3rd and 4th position. Sheffield United(20th), Westbrom(19th) and Burnley(18th) are at the bottom of the league. The following players made the Game week eleven team of the
Liverpool on Tuesday evening, held the annual squad Ping-pong tournament at their training camp in Evian. The highlights of the tournament were published on Saturday, August 7. The Liverpool players and staff paired up for the Ping-pong showdown during their rest time at the training camp.
Liverpool have the luxury of going into their final Champions League group game with their position in the last 16 as winners of the pool already secured. The six-time winners of the competition take on Danish champions FC Midtjylland, who are guaranteed to finish bottom of the group regardless of what happens on matchday six. Last week, Liverpool beat Ajax 1-0 at Anfield thanks to a goal from Curtis Jones. That, coupled with Atalanta drawing 1-1 against Midtjylland in Bergamo, meant that Liverpool were
Liverpool has come so far this season with so many players out injured this season, and they are hoping to pull another league title win again this season. Tonight they would be going against wolves and they still be without a lot of players still, and even news coming that Alisson too will be out in the game against wolves tonight and will be replaced with the new under 23 goal keeper, Caoimhin Kelleher, who was present in the net in the game against Ajax on Tuesday who happens to keep a clean sheet in that
It will be a major advantage to Liverpool FC as their right-back, Trent Alexander-Arnold returns to feature in their Sunday clash with Wolves. Alexander-Arnold returned to training on Friday after being absent in some of their previous matches due to injury. He is likely to start alongside some of the defenders, like Nathaniel Phillips and Andy Robertson. Although Liverpool's goalkeeper, Alisson will still not feature in the game due to the injury he picked, Caoimhin Kelleher will be there to fill the goal in
Liverpool has been one of the clubs that has been serious hit with injuries this season. The Reds haven't had it easy defending their Premier League title that they won last season. Although, Jurgen Klopp has strongly admitted that he's players are suffering from the congested fixtures which has forced them into injuries. It's been gathered that the Reds had to call up some youth players from their academy to fill up the gaps on match days. Liverpool will welcome back their number goalkeeper Alisson Becker ahead
Liverpool in advanced talks with 18-year-old talented youngster Anderlecht star Marco Kana says that he is aiming for a transfer to the Merseyside giants in the future as he wants to move to England later in his career. U21 Belgium international says that he would like to play abroad away from Belgium and would love to join a top-five club in the PL, with the Reds his perfect destination. Marco says that the Merseyside giants dominate everything, making it his dream transfer. ‘I can’t understand’: Rio
It’s pretty difficult for a goalkeeper to deputize in the absence of a top-class goalkeeper and scale through the huddles of criticisms and morale draining comments from the fans immediately after the game. Not many young goalkeepers could rise to the occasion in a high-level competition after bringing the ball out of his own net seven times, in a far lesser quality (PL2) game, against Manchester City’s U23 team. Less than a week after his horrendous outing, a certain young goalkeeper from Northern Ireland,
Official: Liverpool Completes the Signing of a 15 Years Old Midfielder from Birmingham City Academy.
Liverpool have finished the marking of 15-year-old safeguard/midfielder Calum Scanlon from Birmingham City's football institute for a detailed charge of £500,000. As Noel composed yesterday, the two clubs had evidently agreed, and Scanlon affirmed the move by means of Instagram today when he shared an image of himself marking his Liverpool contract. The U-15 England International is fit for playing at left-back or in the midfield, and this flexibility was likely extremely speaking to the Liverpool training