Manchester United can seal its place in next season’s Champions League by beating Liverpool on Sunday but the Merseyside club badly needs a win to stay in the hunt for a top-four place.
Liverpool’s inability to win at ‘fortress’ Anfield in 2021 could see it become the worst defending champion in the Premier League era as it could end the season 39 points fewer than from its title-winning season.
A history lesson and why Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis finally gave in to temptation and bought a bread maker.
Twentytwo13 speaks to Manchester United and Liverpool fans to get their prediction for the big FA Cup match on Monday morning.
Liverpool-born Steve Darby is happy Manchester United resisted calls by keyboard warriors to sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the Norwegian has turned things around after a poor start.
The FA Cup resumes tomorrow morning with Covid-19 threatening to wreak havoc with the fixtures.
Fitness coach Sheldon Xavier was crushed upon learning of Gerard Houllier’s death earlier this week. The Malaysian had a close relationship with the former Liverpool manager and is happy Houllier witnessed The Reds lift the Premier League title earlier this year.
Former National Sports Council and National Sports Institute chief Datuk Dr Ramlan Aziz was 14 months old when Tottenham Hotspur last won England’s top-flight league title in 1961. Could this be the year the Londoners end the drought?
Much-travelled coach Steve Darby is back home in Liverpool and can’t hide his excitement ahead of tomorrow’s Merseyside derby. He says this is the Blues’ strongest team in a decade but jokes the Toffees are the weakest side Carlo Ancelotti has ever managed!
The first ‘big six’ clash of the new Premier League will see Chelsea hosting Liverpool on Sunday night with Reds fans excited by the prospect of Thiago Alcantara joining the English champion.
Malaysian artist Ganeswaran Segar surprised to hear his work is much admired by Liverpool assistant manager.
Liverpool finally wins a league title after 30 years, creating plenty of excitement and banter among Premier League fans throughout the day. Also in a celebratory mood are spa operators, tuition centres and travel and trade fair organisers. But what lessons can Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim learn from the Reds?
Chris Whitty, Chief Medical Officer for England, says the country should prepare to face disruption to many normal activities for quite a long period.