2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
20-5-1, 2nd in English Premier League
Extra Time: Son vs. Mane, precious football trinkets (8:57)
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17hGlenn Price

Klopp planning for Bayern match without Lovren

Lovren, who has been sidelined with a hamstring injury since Jan. 7, did not travel to Spain for Liverpool's warm-weather training camp.

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2dGlenn Price

Liverpool No. 2 on Salah's role change

Liverpool assistant manager Pepijn Lijnders believes Mohamed Salah's willingness and ability to change his role is what makes him one of the best.

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3dStephan Uersfeld

Mane and Keita: Werner should join Liverpool

Liverpool stars Sadio Mane and Naby Keita have urged Germany attacker Timo Werner to move to Anfield should he decide to leave Leipzig this summer.

Extra Time: What's happened to Alexis Sanchez, bar food & more (7:49)
Prem top goals of Week 26: Wijnaldum's cheeky chip (2:48)
Extra Time: Sterling or Salah, Rabiot's future & more (8:48)
Premier League: 31 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
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4dJonathan Smith

Man City's Silva: Better if Man Utd beat Liverpool

"Of course it is better if [Liverpool] lose some points," Manchester City's Bernando Silva said, when asked about the Reds' game against United.

ICYMI: Liverpool & Man City win big, Madrid derby drama & more (1:32)
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6dRaphael Honigstein

Neuer confident he will be fit for Liverpool clash

Manuel Neuer missed Bayern Munich's last two matches with an injury to his right thumb and only used his feet in a recent open training session.

Mariner: Liverpool still favourites to win the title (1:39)
Wijnaldum, Firmino the catalysts in Liverpool win (1:52)
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6dGlenn Price

Wijnaldum, 8/10, leads the way for Liverpool

Georginio Wijnaldum was superb in the Liverpool midfield and scored an elegant goal as the Reds returned to the top by thumping the Cherries.

Liverpool 3-0 Bournemouth: Reds back on top (1:19)
Firmino & Salah combine for Liverpool's third (1:18)

2018-19 Prem Standings

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Manchester City272124+5465
Liverpool262051+4465
Tottenham Hotspur262006+2960
Manchester United261565+1751
Arsenal261556+1650
Chelsea261556+1650
Wolverhampton Wanderers261169+139
Watford261079037
Everton279612-333
West Ham United269611-733
AFC Bournemouth2610313-1033
Leicester City269512-332
Crystal Palace267613-727
Brighton & Hove Albion267613-1127
Burnley267613-1827
Newcastle United266713-1225
Cardiff City267415-2325
Southampton265912-1624
Fulham264517-3317
Huddersfield Town262519-3411