Liverpool vs Crystal Palace Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

Liverpool vs Crystal Palace Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

These two clubs have both started well and find themselves in the top half of the table, which gives them a platform to push on over the winter. Liverpool will have hopes of pushing for the top four, especially with Jurgen Klopp at the club and the performance that they gave against Chelsea. Meanwhile, Alan Pardew has continued to do a good job at Selhurst Park and they will be boosted after getting better of the goalless draw against Manchester …
The Other Danny.... Danny Ings

The Other Danny.... Danny Ings

The game against Norwich was supposed to be about the return of one Danny. Danny Sturridge. The Liverpool number 15 was making his long awaited return and Liverpool fans (and management) hoped he'd be one to light the fire for the Liverpool attack that's been terribly lacking in the opening five games. However it was the other Danny, Danny Ings, that fired the Reds into a second half lead and generally impressed in his 45 minute cameo. With the attention …
Why Manchester United v Liverpool is the biggest game in the Premier League

Why Manchester United v Liverpool is the biggest game in the Premier League

Manchester United welcome Liverpool to Old Trafford this weekend and Dean Smith of Top10bet.com takes a look at why games between these two clubs are the biggest in the Premier League. When Rio Ferdinand scored a last minute winner against Liverpool for Manchester United back in 2006, his team-mate Gary Neville was so elated that he couldn’t help himself from running towards the away section of the crowd, tugging at his shirt and gesturing towards the visiting supporters. When a …
Milner & Ings: Good, but more needs to be done by Liverpool

Milner & Ings: Good, but more needs to be done by Liverpool

Liverpool's signing of James Milner and Danny Ings has invoked a lot of criticism, primarily from the Reds' fans; a lot of laughs from rival fans and some cynicism and doubt from elsewhere. Why do Liverpool never target 'top class', 'marquee' players? Why do the Reds love to swim in mediocrity? Why are the second most successful club in league terms "doing an AC Milan" and wrapping up these s**t free transfers? There's no doubt that Liverpool require significant rebuilding …
Where Next For Charlie Austin and Danny Ings?

Where Next For Charlie Austin and Danny Ings?

This season has been a breakthrough for both Charlie Austin and Danny Ings in their debut campaigns in the top flight. However neither were able to prevent their side from getting relegated, thus both will be on the move this summer with Premier League football crucial in their future developments. There is plenty of interest in both and given their homegrown status, it isn't surprising that a lot of top flight sides are looking at the pair. Ings is leaving …
Aston Villa v Burnley Preview | Team News, Key Men and Stats

Aston Villa v Burnley Preview | Team News, Key Men and Stats

It doesn’t seem that long ago that the Premier League season was beginning but as we reach its final day, the game between Aston Villa and Burnley will be effectively nothing more than a shoot around. Having guaranteed their league survival last weekend, Aston Villa can finish off their good season-ending run under Tim Sherwood with a victory in front of their own fans this weekend. The club can still finish above Leicester City in 14th place if results go …
Is Danny Ings Good Enough to Audition for the Role of Luis Suarez?

Is Danny Ings Good Enough to Audition for the Role of Luis Suarez?

Losing a player of Luis Suarez’s ability would unsettle the very best of teams. If Suarez were to walk out of Barcelona this summer, the club’s on field activities would suffer, and that’s even with the familiar faces of Lionel Messi and Neymar Jr to fill the void. If the departure of Suarez would cause such disruption to this star studded team, imagine the pain Brendan Rodgers felt when he reluctantly allowed the Uruguayan to depart his side for the sunny shores …
Most Likely to Strike in the Relegation Scrap - Defoe, Austin, Nugent, Ings and Benteke

Most Likely to Strike in the Relegation Scrap - Defoe, Austin, Nugent, Ings and Benteke

With the end of the season only weeks away, we find ourselves at that stage when the foot of the table starts to make for interesting viewing. It seems that Chelsea are going to be crowned League Champions this season, albeit without a calamitous run of form in coming weeks, but whenever we think we know who the certainties for relegation are it changes in an instance. Just two games ago I would have told you that Leicester City were …
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