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How Bernardo Silva has become virtually irreplaceable in Pep’s starting XI

Why the Portuguese star is now City’s main man: Another day, another trophy, another easy 90 minutes for Bernardo Silva. Scratch that, it was 120 minutes against Chelsea in the final of the Carabao Cup, after which there was the small matter of dispatching a penalty. Nothing to fear for  Pep

Big Match Preview – Manchester United vs Liverpool

Written by - Anirudh Madhavan and Kabir Ali With 89 major titles, 201 games and a history that transcends football between them, this, the biggest game in English football, hardly ever requires a back story. But Liverpool’s fall from the summit in the Premier League era and Manchester United’s relative struggles

FPL- Understanding the blank and double GWs, tips on optimizing your chips – 3 Possible approaches

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Senior writer and in house FPL analyst Anirudh Shenoy examines the unfavourable gameweeks approaching FPL managers from GW 30. He takes us through what lies ahead and the possible approaches managers can utilise to use their chips. Deducing the chip strategy For most FPL managers, getting the chips right in the game

Chelsea need to buck the trend and back Maurizio Sarri for long term stability

It is imperative that Maurizio Sarri is given full backing at Chelsea - Letting go of the Italian will change nothing at a club in dire need of managerial stability. Aman Sridhar shares his thoughts on the current state of affairs at the club. In the Roman Abramovich era, Chelsea have

Using the odds to guide your football betting tips

One of the most important factors that make a significant impact on your betting activity is the odds you’re being given from the selections you’re interested in. They’re likely to be different depending on which bookmaker you choose to bet with, but with only minor changes from looking elsewhere, the

Should Tottenham cash in on Eriksen in the manner Liverpool leveraged Coutinho?

Mauricio Pochettino has not been provided with any funds to delve into the transfer market. With that in mind, would it be the right move to sell Christian Eriksen and utilize those funds to bring in a new brand of young and talented footballers from Europe? The Taylor brothers discuss

Raúl Jiménez – The Mexican nomad finding his home at the Molineux

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by Jacob Thorburn Every season, the Premier League rollercoaster offers twists and turns for its viewers. We’ve seen dramatic title slip-ups, title-sealing goals, controversial decisions and newly promoted underdogs upsetting the big boys. For the latter, we have been spoiled for choice in recent memory, with Watford, Bournemouth and Leicester all

Premier League Monthly Recap – January

Manchester City - Not Backing Down Yet After ending December with consecutive defeats against Crystal Palace and Leicester City, Pep Guardiola’s men found themselves chasing Liverpool for the top spot on the Premier League table. Manchester City are not backing out of this gripping title race just yet, bouncing back in the

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