DGW32 is almost upon us and most managers have been waiting forever to use arguably the most powerful chip in the game, the Free Hit which gives you the ability to make unlimited transfers that are reflected only for that particular game week.
So today, with the International break drawing to
Manchester City vs Liverpool promises to be an exciting affair and one that could determine the fortunes of both clubs in the Premier League this season. A truly season-defining game in every sense of the word, it promises to be an ultimate clash between the two best sides of the
City look to break Anfield hoodoo
Competition: Premier League, Matchday 8, Venue: Anfield
Referee: Martin Atkinson
Timings: Sunday, 7th October 2018, 4:30 PM BST/WAT (UK & Nigeria), 11:30 AM EST, 8.30AM PT (USA), 9 PM IST (India), Telecast: Star Sports Select 1
The Premier League serves up an early season title six-pointer right before the international break
With Liverpool and Chelsea playing each other, some of the league's big hitters might be up against a stern challenge and might make us look elsewhere for captain options. Eden Hazard did score in the week against Liverpool, and Mohammad Salah and Sadio Mane will fancy their chances against a
“Step by step, we will get our best condition. To start with 10 points from 12 is a good start for us and I am so satisfied.”
Vintage City were not on show at the Etihad as Pep Guardiola’s men ground out a hard-fought 2-1 victory over the Magpies.
With the likes
It was business as usual for Manchester City as they swatted away a lacklustre Arsenal side in a solid, if not spectacular 2-0 victory at the Emirates.
While an acid test of the magnitude of facing the Premier League’s one and only centurions is daunting enough, the newly appointed Unai Emery’s
Liverpool was the club to watch out for during the 70s and 80s when legends Bill Shankly and Bob Paisley led the club to 11 League titles and seven European trophies. However, to the dismay of the supporters, the club was unable to find a figure who could lead the