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NFL: Super Bowl LII – New England Patriots v Philadelphia Eagles: Can Brady’s Bunch Claim Another Ring at the Big Dance?

Both teams ended the Regular Season as the number one seeds in their respective conferences; however, Philadelphia have made the journey to Minnesota without their starting quarterback, Carson Wentz. Nick Foles took over the reins in Week 15, and has led the Eagles to another Super Bowl – for which he deserves great credit.

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Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United: Back Red Devils to Shine at Wembley

After a slow start to life at their temporary Wembley home, Spurs seem to have settled into their new surroundings and currently enjoy a long unbeaten run at this famous old stadium. That record will be severely tested on Wednesday as Manchester United, who haven’t quite given up on their title ambitions, travel to London […]

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Liverpool v Manchester City: Can Sterling Outshine Salah as City Look to Break Anfield Hoodoo?

Manchester City stand head and shoulders ahead of the chasing pack so far this season – 15 clear of second placed, Manchester United. A Sunday win over the Reds would put the two clubs 21 points apart, in spite of Liverpool still being amongst the Champions League qualifying spots.

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FA Cup 3rd Round: Liverpool v Everton – Merseyside Rivals Collide in Friday Night Clash

Liverpool currently lead Everton by 17 points in the Premier League table, but ‘the magic of the FA Cup’ can provide surprises at any time. With the heavy fixture schedule that both clubs have had to endure over the Christmas and New Year period, both teams are unlikely to be at full strength, which may offer more hope for the blue half of Merseyside.

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West Bromwich Albion v Manchester United: Tight Affair on The Cards at Hawthorns

After suffering defeat to neighbours, and title rivals, Manchester City last weekend, United got back to winning ways in midweek with a narrow 1-0 win over Bournemouth. United currently sit second in the Premier League standings, and nothing less than a victory will do against struggling Albion if their faint hopes of catching City are to be realised.

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