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Sahin, welcome to Anfield...
Image: telegraph.co.ukLiverpool welcome Mancini's side to Anfield on Sunday as they look to
improve on their performance against West Brom last weekend. Most fans looking at this fixture
would agree that anything is a bonus and so the pressure is somewhat off, this is the kind of game
last season that we'd come out in and we always seemed to fair better against bigger opposition,
but will it be the same again for Brendan this year?
Steve looking chuffed with his new job...
Image: expressandstar.comBrendan Rodgers faces a relatively kind start to his Premier League
season as Liverpool travel to the Midlands on Saturday to face West Bromwich Albion. The pre season
friendlies and the start to the Europa League provided some relief to those football withdrawal
symptoms but it's safe to say we're very close to being in full swing now.
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Having successfully survived the first round of matches and had a good look at the teams, the time has come for some predictions on the outcome of the group stages. It's the easiest thing in the world to predict the outcome before the tournament starts because, and let's be completely honest with ourselves, hardly anyone has seen enough of the teams to really know what the hell they're talking about.
Could Carroll get a start?...
Image: guardian.co.ukHearts are the opposition for Liverpool on Thursday night as they continue
their attempts to proceed through the Europa League rounds. The Reds will look for a result to take
back to Anfield and with Manchester City looming at the weekend they will surely want to go about
this in the easiest way possible.
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It's time for the World Cup predictions, to determine which teams will advance from each of the
first round groups and which country will go on to win the biggest prize in world soccer β the
World Cup trophy.
Up until now, I've held off on providing my predictions namely because I wanted to wait unless
there were any last minute injury scares.
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