Liverpool looks to take a giant step towards the Premier League crown with victory over Manchester City but a nine-point gap this early in the season is not insurmountable.
It will be battle of the ‘reds’ as Manchester United hosts Liverpool in the English Premier League today while fans of both teams can get a chance to meet their former heroes at a viewing party in Kuala Lumpur.
One of the most decorated wrestlers on the World Wrestling Entertainer’s (WWE) roster, Sheamus made a quick visit to Kuala Lumpur to talk about local sensation Nor ‘Phoenix’ Diana, retirement rumours and Liverpool.
Three Arsenal fans are confident the Gunners can shoot down Liverpool in the English Premier League’s match of the week at Anfield.
While Liverpool and Manchester United fans argue over who has the most trophies, journalist Bob Holmes launches his latest book and it is all about the current European champions.
The English Premier League begins at 3am (Malaysian time) with Liverpool hosting Norwich. Astro subscribers will get to watch all 380 matches while Coca-Cola has some great prizes, including a trip to watch your favourite Premier League team live.
Life-long Liverpool fan M.Zulkifli A.Jalil fulfilled an item on his bucket list when he joined 750,000 fans at Liverpool’s Champions League victory parade last Sunday.
Subdued Gawai ‘feel’ in Bau, Kuching, livened up by Liverpool’s Champions League victory over Tottenham Hotspur.
Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool teach us to keep going as you’re never alone if you have hope in your heart following 4-0 victory over Barcelona in the Champions League semifinal.
Liverpool and Manchester United fans to ‘support’ bitter rivals in ‘Manchester Derby’ on Thursday morning.
Sami Hyypia excited Liverpool has four excellent defenders in Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez, Dejan Lovren and Joel Matip but reckons van Dijk is best of the lot.
Liverpool legends Steve McManaman, Sami Hyypia and Jason McAteer, however, believe Liverpool can score full points in remaining matches and that the future is bright for the English club.
Former Barcelona player Luis Garcia says the Spanish club must not take Manchester United for granted in the Champions League quarterfinals.